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Need a New Super - Hero?
Tomorrow is release date for the new movie the Iron Man. as apposed to Most super Hero's we know, He is nothing near perfect and the world he lives in isn't so black and white either. Robert ...
by copper
The boys
The Boys is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson. The series is set in a contemporary world very much similar to real one, with ...
by Jane
The Money Making Machine Swindlers Reprinted
courtesy of Alan Light One of my favorite crime comics is finally reprinted. Read it here and as a long time sucker for crime comics and for Kirby's work I couldn't be happier to have all the ...
by Jane
About Waimea
When i read doctor-k100-blog {a great blog BTW} a bout a week ago i saw Dr. K posted a link to Waimea.Waimea is a serialized-biweekly graphic novel that tells the story of three people who find ...
by Jane
Famous Monsters of Filmland
Famous Monsters of Filmland was a genre-specific film magazine started in 1958 by publisher James Warren.Famous Monsters of Filmland which quickly became known to fans as simply FM was originally ...
by Jane
Wrong about Thor
Thor is a Marvel Comics superhero, based on the thunder god of Norse mythology. The superhero was created by editor Stan Lee and penciller Jack Kirby and first appeared in Journey into Mystery #83. ...
by Jane
Pep comics
The publication Pep Comics was a comic book series from Archie Comics. The first issue introduced a line of superheroes and other characters: The Shield, The Comet by Jack Cole, Sergeant Boyle and ...
by Jane
The Bizarro World
The Bizarro World also known as Htrae is a fictional planet in the DC comics universe. Introduced in the early 1960s, Htrae is a cube-shaped planet, home to Bizarro and his companions, all of whom ...
by Jane
Chris Schillig, Left On Cyber Center: An Interview
This is an interview with one of my favorite blogers in the field of the comic. Chris Schillig from the Left On Cyber Center blog. I hope you'll enjoy his blog and his experience as much as I do. ...
by Jane
What Makes A Good Superman Writer?
I found this discussion of Joe Kelly on The Fortress Of Soliloquy I like Joe Kelly a lot. In fact, I think he's one of the most underrated writers in mainstream comic books. His run on JLA had a ...
by Jane
Everything About Luthor
Do you know that lux was intentionally intended to have a red hair and was portrayed bald in the comic strip due to the artist's mistake? Lex was originally Alexei Luthor, a Russian first name ...
by Jane
How Many Comics Do You Own
courtesy of paperbackwriter I've just read that Tom has 10,000 comics books and I must say that I've never seen such a huge collection. My own library is much more modest. How many comics book ...
by Jane
Whatever happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
I am 32 years old and I have been an avid Superman freak since I was a kid, but The Man of Tomorrow's popularity is unfortunately diminishing among today's techno-savvy kids. Only the Movie (Superman ...
by arul.mahanta
Hooked On Smallville
If you are as hooked on Smallville as I am, I'm sure you enjoyed the episode where Lex is taken through memory lane and we can see his good and bad side. Lex is getting a lot of attention in the last ...
by Jane
Getting Perspective, Here's How
I've never knew, or maybe I didn't remember, but ape and gorillas had a very important part in the comics of the 60th and 50th. Just read a strange post about the whole monkey business in the ...
by Jane
The Politics Of The Comics Industry That You Never Took The Time To Understand
Heroins of colors going white can be very annoying for some women if fact it can lead to a small unrest among those of us that are looking at the comics books with our eyes open. Karen Healey from ...
by Jane
Galactus rules.
Galactus is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appears in Fantastic Four #48 (March 1966), the first part of a three-issue ...
by Jane
Imagine The Next Step
After the finale of the seventh season we are left with many open stories which are described beautifully at the The CW Source. All we know about the next season is that Lex won't return and that ...
by Jane
The Superboy Right Fight, Explained
It is all very confusing for someone like me but even I know that Siegel filed a lawsuit claiming rights for the term superboy that refers to the young Clark Kent that lived in Smallville. When ...
by Jane
Last Girly Post For Now
This new character that was introduced on Air Gear chapter 206 in Japan is called John Omaha. . If you want to read the post check here. I was actually reading blogs@newsarama when I decided to ...
by Jane
The Best American Comics For 2008, DC Are Out
In case you've wondered DC banned the inclusion of the great comics "Batman Year 100" from the Best American Comics of 2008". Valerie from Occasional Superheroine says: I would think the ...
by Jane
clash of genres
photo credit creative common license capturian The Justice League JLA for short, is a fictional DC Comics superhero team. The League originally appeared with a line-up that included Superman, ...
by Jane
No Hero #2 review.
Warren Ellis introduces a new kind of superhuman, the so-called New Humans, in the pages of the miniseries "No Hero", "No Hero" tells the story of Carrick Masterson, a protagonist Ellis ...
by Jane
Catwoman Ends And It Is A Little Sad
Will Pfeifer wrote on his blog that he would love to here from readers that followed Catwoman about their comments, thoughts and anything else they want to add. I've enjoyed the series sure it ...
by Jane
Your Most Favorite Comics
I was recently asked what is my favorite comics right now and I had to choose between the comics that I currently read for the one I like best. Trying to answer the question I realized that I have ...
by Jane
The Legion And Superman/Boy Where Do You Stand?
I've read the post on The Legion Omnicom about the Toronto Fan Expo 08 and noticed an interesting sentence: When asked whether or not the room enjoyed a Legion with Superman/boy or as its own ...
by Jane
Supergirl Gets Her Own Fashion Brand?
photo credit creative common license digital rampage From blog@Newsarama: Warner Bros. is looking seriously at Supergirl as a fashion brand. "The whole idea behind the Supergirl shield is a ...
by Jane
Impressions From The San Diego Convention
I wasn't at the convention but I found this video that Patrick Nielsen Hayden <email> just so you can get an idea of the size of the convention site. As I heard from friends I just ...
by Jane
An Article You Should Read
DC selling strategies are being discussed in an interesting article on comics debris. In last week's "Permanent Damage" column, Steven Grant takes the historical approach to analyzing the issues ...
by Jane
Are You Feeling Cheated By DC?
I know that I do. In fact I recently have more criticism than expectations for improvement. I can't stand the way they turn each story to an entire tree of side stories and connecting them all so ...
by Jane
Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four -A Crossover But A Nice One
I have to agree with Tom from Comics Ate My Brain on crossovers: On one hand I don't like crossovers disrupting a regular creative team's groove, especially if that team does Culturally ...
by Jane
For The Simon & Kirby Lover
Just found out that two new books are about to be published in 2009 on Simon & Kirby. For more info on Upcoming Kirby you might want to try the Upcoming Kibrbyblog that inform on a regular ...
by Jane
Heroescom 2008 - Sounds Like A Great Weekend
I couldn't go so naturally I'm writing a post but if you are there and you meet friends I have to know one thing when you return What is W.I.E.R.D? So if you happen to find Chris there just tell ...
by Jane
For The Zombie Comics Lovers
I could never bring myself to reading it up to now but the walking dead is actually a great comics - well there is nothing comic about it - it is scary and insulting and everything that you can ...
by Jane
Superman Boots The True Story
Did you know that superman used to have a strange blue boots when he was first created? I didn't. I just saw this post on the Comic Coverage and thought that it was worth mentioning it here. If I ...
by Jane
The Best Superman Ever
It seems that the question of the best superman actor is not a question to be taken lightly. In fact over the last 60 years there have been quite a few actors and each has his own merits. Each ...
by Jane
Climb Aboard the Superman Time Capsule
One of my favorite comic blogs is Comics Should Be Good. Recently they did a gallery post of ten really cool old superman/batman covers! I couldn't resist bringing some of them to you. For the full ...
by copper
Experience The Thrill Of Iron Man The Movie
Well the movie is finally here and if I'm to judge by the impressions of others as I have to admit that I haven't seen the movie yet then it is a really good movie. Mark Engblom has seen the ...
by Jane
Are You Out Of The Loop On Superman "Real" History
Think about the number of stories that were created to explain the early years of superman, it seems that every time there is a new different story and each series has the liberty to write a past ...
by Jane
Superman Doomsday -DVD For Grownups
After the recent discussion of the age factor in the audience of Superman this animated film that was released only on DVD is really more appropriate for grownups than to children. When I first ...
by Jane

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