In the Age of Meaningless Comic Deaths, This Is How You Kill Superheroes

Warning: full spoilers for House of X #4!

If you show me a superhero death in a comic, then I’ll show you a comic reader rolling their eyes in response. Death has become so impermanent in Marvel and DC’s stories that even the loss of a fan-favorite hero won’t do much to get an earnest reaction out of people. But Marvel’s House of X #4, by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Pepe Larraz, manages to buck that trend by embracing the profound emotion of the characters’ final moments rather than trying to make a spectacle out of their demise.

The issue sees the X-Men assaulting a nefarious, human-run space station orbiting the sun. Their goal: to destroy the Mother Mold Sentinel so it won’t bring about the end of mutantkind, as those pesky purple robots always seem to do. Despite the experience and power level of the strike team, the human defenses prove lethal. An unexpected detonation takes two of the mutants out in a flash. It’s not long before one more is overwhelmed by guards and another is sucked out into space, leaving Wolverine and Nightcrawler to finish what has now become a suicide mission.

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Comic Fans: Get 3 Free Months of Amazon Kindle Unlimited, But Hurry

Here’s a great deal for Amazon Prime members who enjoy reading comic books (or any books, really): Between now and July 31, you can get three months of Kindle Unlimited for free. Considering the subscription normally costs $ 9.99 per month, you’re spending nothing to get a $ 30 value. And if you don’t want to keep the subscription after the trial ends, you can cancel it before you get billed. It’s a win-win situation.

Kindle Unlimited is like Netflix for digital comics, magazines, and ebooks. It grants you access to over one million Kindle books and over 20,000 digital comic books you can download and read at your leisure, for no additional cost. These include massively popular titles like The Walking Dead, Sandman, The Boys, Batman, Spider-Man, Swamp Thing, X-Men, and many, many more.

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Diamond Select’s Comic Con 2019 Cache Contains John Wick, Westworld, and More

Check out all these cool collectables from Diamond Select’s display at Comic Con – from Thanos to Rey to Cap to John Wick!

In the slideshow below you’ll see a sweet selection of licensed goods from Star Wars, Marvel, DC, and more. Come for the creepy Pennywise figure but stay for the wicked Westworld warriors.

IGN is making sure everyone who can’t attend Comic Con 2019 is getting an up-close look at the show floor so be sure to check out Prop Store’s Marvel Netflix costumes, all of McFarlane Toys’ new collectibles on display, see Mattel’s new X-Men Barbie dolls, take a look at the biggest Transformer figure ever, and stay tuned for much more from the show.

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7 Big Changes The Avengers Comic Is Making to the Marvel Universe

Marvel’s Avengers comic series relaunched in May 2018 and in a mere 13 issues (as of this writing) has made some massive changes to the Marvel Universe. These developments concern the new Avengers team but also characters from the depths of the ocean to the land of Wakanda, not to mention some rather terrifying villains. Writer Jason Aaron is building out quite the epic Avengers saga with artists like Ed McGuinness, David Marquez, and Sara Pichelli, and he appears to be setting up some important events to come, so here’s a list of the most significant happenings thus far.

Warning: full spoilers for The Avengers ahead!

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Marvel Reveals New Captain Marvel Comic for 2019

Today Marvel Comics revealed that Captain Marvel will be getting a new ongoing comic just in time for her MCU debut. The new series, simply titled “Captain Marvel,” will debut in January 2019 following the conclusion of The Life of Captain Marvel.

As revealed by The New York Times, the new volume of Captain Marvel will feature a brand-new creative team, including writer Kelly Thompson (West Coast Avengers), artist Carmen Carnero (X-Men Red) and colorist Tamra Bonvillain (Doom Patrol).

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Batman’s Wedding Comic Delivers Plenty of Drama

Note: Because it’s difficult to discuss this issue in much depth without addressing the ending, this review will contain spoilers for Batman #50. I’ll add a spoiler warning where necessary.

Batman #50 has quickly become one of the most controversial DC releases of the year, even before its actual release. No doubt many readers are coming into this book ready to hate it, judging from the widespread backlash to the spoilers revealed by The New York Times over the weekend. DC did itself absolutely no favors there. But looking beyond the spoilers and whether or not the outcome of Batman and Catwoman’s wedding actually lives up to the marketing hype, Batman #50 is one of the strongest chapters of King’s run yet. It delivers another emotional, heartfelt look at two lovers and their intertwined lives. It also serves as a fitting climax to this particular phase of King’s run while simultaneously setting the tone for what’s to come in the next 50 issues.

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10 Best Flash Comic Books

The Flash, DC Comics’ fastest man alive, has decades of comics to his name, so after doing some speed-reading through his catalogue, we’ve selected the best of the best that every fan of the Scarlet Speedster needs to check out.

Here are the 10 best Flash comics to get you up to speed on the adventures of Barry Allen, Wally West, and the rest of the Flash family.

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Shadowman Seeks Redemption in Valiant’s Next Big Comic

For Valiant Comics, 2017 was the year of X-O Manowar. A new creative team re-launched the character’s solo series with an accessible story and planned out over two years worth of issues. Now that we’ve crossed over to 2018, it’s Shadowman’s turn.

Writer Andy Diggle (Green Arrow: Year One, The Losers) has similarly planned a multi-year story that starts off on a fresh point easy for readers to jump on board. Shadowman, real name Jack Boniface, is coming back from a self-imposed exile in the Deadside, a dark dimension where spirits dwell and time operates differently. He retreated there because he went too far using the voodoo magic from which he derives his power, but now the real world needs him once more.

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Comic Book Reviews for December 20, 2017

2017 may be winding down, but the comic book industry sure isn’t. This week saw the release of another stellar issue of Batman, the latest chapter of Dark Nights: Metal, and the debuts of Marvel Two-In-One, X-Men: Grand Design, Backways and the relaunched Quantum & Woody.

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Comic Book Reviews for October 25, 2017

The comic book industry wrapped up the month of October with more major releases. DC celebrated Halloween with the release of the DC House of Horror anthology and released several new Dark Nights: metal tie-ins. marvel welcome more books into the Marvel Legacy fold and delivered the long-awaited finale to Dan Slott and Mike Allred’s Silver Surfer run. IDW also had a huge week, as the First Strike crossover wrapped up with a major twist ending and TMNT reached its 75th issue.

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Will This Batman Comic Kill the Dark Knight?

Writer Scott Snyder is currently in the midst of his most ambitious Batman story yet thanks to Dark Nights: Metal, but that didn’t stop him form teasing his next (and potentially last) Batman project at NYCC this weekend. Snyder and artist Sean Gordon Murphy are planning to reunite on a new series called Batman: Last Knight.

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Comic Book Reviews for September 27, 2017

The comics industry closed out September with another big week. Marvel’s Legacy relaunch officially began, while two more key Generations one-shots also saw release. DC delved deeper into some huge Rebirth mysteries in Wonder Woman #31, Action Comics #988 and Detective Comics #965 while also putting the spotlight on another Dark Knight in Batman: The Murder Machine #1. Elsewhere, Image delivered another issue of Saga, IDW moved closer to the climax of the First Strike crossover and Valiant began the next phase of Aric’s yearlong journey in X-O Manowar #7.

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Tomorrow Studios to Develop Japanese Comic ‘One Piece’ As Live-Action TV Series

The best-selling manga series in history is coming to TV. Marty Adelstein has inked a deal for the adaptation of Japanese comic series “One Piece” through Tomorrow Studios. “I’ve been a fan of ‘One Piece’ for 20 years. I am so honored that Shueisha and Oda-san have entrusted me with such a cherished iconic property,” said… Read more »

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Comic Book Reviews for July 12, 2017

It was another big week of comics. DC delivered another critical prelude to Dark Nights: Metal, brought back fan-favorite series The American Way and welcomed a new creative team on board Wonder Woman. Marvel continued to flesh out the Secret Empire conflict with various tie-in books and kicked off the long-awaited Spider-Men II.

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Comic Book Reviews for June 28, 2017

It was another big week of comics. DC wrapped up their Justice League/Looney Tunes crossovers with the surprisingly excellent Batman/Elmer Fudd Special #1, while Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp and Bilquis Evely said farewell to Wonder Woman. Marvel delivered another chapter of the main Secret Empire mini-series while also drawing Amazing Spider-Man into that massive conflict. Elsewhere, Image gave us a new chapter of Saga and the return of Black Magick, IDW kicked off a new Clue comic and Valiant debuted their latest new series with Secret Weapons #1.

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Comic Book Reviews for June 21, 2017

It was another big week of new comics. DC kicked off “The War of Jokes and Riddles” in Batman #25 while also delivering two more DCU/Looney Tunes crossover books. Marvel launched a very new reader-friendly new Spider-Man comic and delved ever deeper into the Secret Empire conflict. BOOM! Studios wrapped up a major Power Rangers storyline. And Image launched two promising new creator-owned titles in Crosswind #1 and Shirtless Bear-Fighter #1.

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Comic Book Reviews for June 7, 2017

It was another big week of comics. DC delivered a game-changing new issue of Batman while also wrapping up The Dark Knight III: The Master Race. Marvel launched new comics starring Iceman and Darth Vader while bidding farewell to Nova and ending Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo’s Doctor Strange run. AfterShock debuted another promising new series with Babyteeth #1. And Image wrapped up Mark Milalr and Greg Capullo’s Reborn while also releasing new issues of The Walking Dead and Paper Girls.

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Comic Book Reviews for May 10, 2017

It was another big week of comics, as Marvel launched new books like Rocket and Secret Warriors and kicked off the Star Wars crossover “The Screaming Citadel.” DC, meanwhile, added another title to the Young Animal line with Bug: The Adventures of Forager and began a major new story arc in All-Star Batman #10. And Image wrapped up the mini-series A.D.: After Death and debuted Regression.

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Note: We’ll have a review of A.D.: After Death Book 3 up a bit later.

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Comic Book Reviews for April 26, 2017

It was another big week of comics, as Marvel’s ResurrXion relaunch continued, Batman continued his team-up with The Flash in “The Button,” Ben Reilly got his own comic again and Dark Horse debuted a very worthwhile new Aliens comic.

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Comic Book Reviews for April 19, 2017

It was another big week of comics. DC kicked off “The Button” in Batman #21 and wrapped up a major storyline in All-Star Batman #9. marvel delivered several critical Secret Empire prologues and finally gave Nick Fury Jr. his own series. Elsewhere, Dark Horse published another terrific chapter of Black Hammer and Boom’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers saga continues to unfold.

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Superman Blames Batman for Everything in Injustice 2 Prequel Comic Book Series

Writer Tom Taylor is back for the Injustice 2 comic book series, which tells the story in between the first game and leads into the sequel. The comic is a digital-first series that releases weekly chapters online every Tuesday (starting April 11) and will be released in print each month (starting on May 1 for the first issue).

The story of the first game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, showed an alternate world ruled by a tyrant Superman driven to the dark side by the grief of losing his wife Lois and their unborn child, all thanks to an attack by the Joker. The comic explored the five years between when this tragic incident happened and when Superman took rule over the world. It showed how Batman tried to stop him, with each side enlisting the help of various heroes and villains, and the many twists, turns, and deaths along the way.

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Comic Book Reviews for March 29, 2017

It was another big week of comics, as the DC and Hanna-Barbera universes collided, the X-Men and Inhumans began their ResurrXion and the new Power Rangers movie got a graphic novel sequel.

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Comic Book Reviews for March 22, 2017

It was another big week for the comic book industry, as DC wrapped up the “Superman Reborn” crossover and Marvel launched a new Iron Fist comic and answered a big mystery in The Unworthy Thor #5. Elsewhere, IDW kicked off a new Ghostbusters series involving both the original and reboot teams, while Valiant relaunched X-O Manowar to incredible results.

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Comic Book Reviews for March 15, 2017

It was another big week of comics, with Amazing Spider-Man #25 beginning a dark new era of Spidey, Venom #5 paving the way for a major character’s return, Batman #19 continuing the brutal “I Am Bane” storyline and Dark Horse launching their adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods.

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Comic Book Reviews for March 8, 2017

It was another big week for the comic industry, especially where the X-Men line was concerned. Marvel wrapped up the Inhumans vs. X-Men crossover while also delivering key new issues of All-New Wolverine and Old Man Logan. They also welcomed Goosebumps writer R.L. Stine into the fold with Man-Thing #1. Elsewhere, DC continued their “Superman Reborn” crossover with a major reveal in Action Comics #975, BOOM! studios launched the promising new series Grass Kings, and Low finally returned at Image.

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Comic Book Reviews for March 1, 2017

March promises to be a busy month for the comics industry, and it started off strong this week. DC delivered another memorable chapter of Batman while also kicking off the “Superman Reborn” crossover in Superman #18. Marvel debuted their latest ongoing series, America, and officially wrapped up The Clone Conspiracy. Elsewhere, Dynamite relaunched their flagship James Bond comic while Image added more promising books to its lineup with Royal City #1, Extremity #1 and the relaunched Rat Queens.

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Comic Book Reviews for February 22, 2017

This week’s comic book lineup included the debut of Marvel’s new Elektra series, a Clone Conspiracy epilogue in Amazing Spider-Man #24, the real start of DC’s Justice League of America and the first chapter in yet another promising new Image series, The Old Guard.

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Comic Book Reviews for February 8, 2017

February may be cold, but the comics world is heating up. DC kicked off the new Justice League of America and delivered new issues of All-Star Batman, Suicide Squad and Justice League/Power Rangers. Marvel launched a new Kingpin series and brought the Inhumans vs. X-Men crossover closer to its big climax. IDW finally gave us the origin of Rom, while Image had a strong lineup of books that included east of West #31, Black Science #28 and The Wicked + The Divine #26.

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Comic Book Reviews for January 18, 2017

It was another big week of comics, as Batman bonded with Catwoman in Batman #15, a major Power Rangers mystery was solved in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #11, Justice League vs. Suicide Squad reached its penultimate chapter and the Marvel Monsters were unleashed.

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Comic Book Reviews for January 11, 2017

This was an exciting week for new comics, as DC and BOOM! Studios launched the Justice League/Power Rangers crossover, All-Star Batman began a major new story arc and the battle raged in Inhumans vs. X-Men #2. Scroll down to see what we thought of these and various other new releases, and be sure to let us know your favorite books of the week in the comments below.

Also, join us in welcoming new reviewer Blair Marnell into the fold.

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Comic Book Reviews for November 9, 2016

It was another big week of comics, as Marvel debuted two of the bigger guns in its new Marvel NOW lineup – Invincible Iron Man and Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows – and kicked off a second Black Panther series. DC completed the Young Animal lineup with the release of Mother Panic #1, and they re-teamed with IDW for a brand new Batman/TMNT crossover. Elsewhere, Titan Comics launched a new Assassin’s Creed manga and BOOM! Studios offered readers a promising glimpse of their new WWE comic.

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Wish you had a not-so-mundane way to keep your tablet protected while you’re on the go… maybe even a super way? This Superman Tablet Mighty Case is perfect! It’s resistant to stains and tears, it’s lightweight and water resistant, just like the Man of Steel! It’s designed to hold the iPad (even accommodating the Smart Cover) but will also hold the NOOK, Kindle & Kindle Fire and many other tablets!
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This Comic Captures The Two Types Of People In Every Relationship

In any relationship, there are two kinds of people: the one who orders the side of fries and the one who claims he or she doesn’t want any, and then promptly goes to town as soon as it arrives. 

Cartoonist Adrienne Hedger of Hedger Humor self-identifies as the second type. 

“I never order French fries because I think I don’t want all those fries,” she told The Huffington Post. “So I just tell my husband, ‘I’ll have a taste of yours.’ And in the moment, that’s my honest intention. Just a few — maybe five — fries. And the next thing you know, you’ve eaten half the fries.” 

Hedger recently created a hilariously relatable comic that captures this all-too-common dynamic. Check it out below:

 

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A Good Relationship Versus A Bad Relationship In One Comic

One way to know you’re in the right relationship? Your spouse finds your little quirks and odd habits endearing rather than embarrassing. 

Cartoonist Sarah Andersen of the website Sarah’s Scribbles highlights that important distinction between a good relationship and a crappy one in the cute comic below: 

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A Good Relationship Versus A Bad Relationship In One Comic

One way to know you’re in the right relationship? Your spouse finds your little quirks and odd habits endearing rather than embarrassing. 

Cartoonist Sarah Andersen of the website Sarah’s Scribbles highlights that important distinction between a good relationship and a crappy one in the cute comic below: 

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The Dead Alive: Or The Double Funeral. A Comic Opera. In Two Acts. With Additions And Alterations. As Performed By

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Marvel’s New ‘Spider-Man’ Comic Series Will Star Miles Morales

When Marvel’s relaunched Spider-Man comic series comes out this fall, a new face will be behind the spidey mask.

The new series, written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by artist Sara Pichelli, will relaunch with Miles Morales, a half-black, half-Latino teenager, as Spider-Man, according to the New York Daily News. Morales has appeared as a version of Spider-Man in Marvel’s offshoot Ultimate Spider-Man series since 2011, which is separate from Marvel’s larger Spider-Man universe where Peter Parker is behind the mask. When the limited comic series Secret Wars ends this summer, however, Morales will re-emerge as the official Spider-Man on the page.

Bendis, the writer and co-creator of the new Spider-Man comics wants fans to know that Morales will indeed be the main superhero and no longer an alternate version of the web-slinger. “Our message has to be it’s not Spider-Man with an asterisk,” Bendis told the Daily News, “it’s the real Spider-Man for kids of color, for adults of color and everybody else.”

This Marvel announcement comes just days after a leaked legal licensing agreement between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Marvel Entertainment was released by Wikileaks. The document describes that one of the “core elements” of Spider-Man is that “he is a heterosexual Caucasian male.” According to Variety, the contract, which went into effect in Sept. 2011, also includes “Mandatory Spider-Man Character Traits.” One states that the character is “not a homosexual (unless Marvel has portrayed that alter ego as a homosexual).”

Marvel and Sony declined to comment.

While Morales may not replace Peter Parker on the big screen any time soon, he has portrayed Spider-Man on the small screen. Donald Glover voiced Morales in two episodes of Disney XD’s series “Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors.”

Bendis told Vulture last year that he hopes to see Morales appear as Spider-Man on the big screen one day, saying that whichever studio is in charge “should pursue it as quickly as possible.” Andrew Garfield also supported passing down the spidey suit to Morales in an interview last year. “Miles Morales was a huge moment in this character’s comic book life. And I do believe that we can do that,” Garfield told Comic Book Resources.

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Mom Creates Comic To Teach 7-Year-Old Daughter To Accept Her Natural Beauty

When 7-year-old Natalie McGriff struggled to embrace her natural black beauty, her mom was the first one to encourage her to love her hair and her beautiful brown skin and to apply the confidence that comes with self-acceptance.

But it wasn’t easy.

Natalie didn’t see herself reflected on TV and among the toys she owned — and because of this lack of representation began to describe herself as “ugly,” said her mother, Angie Nixon.

Nixon was determined to teach her daughter valuable lessons on self-image and self-love.

“I started a Facebook group called ‘Natalie You Are Beautiful’ where strangers and friends could post positive affirmations for her,” Nixon told The Huffington Post. “She enjoyed reading them but it still wasn’t helping her.”

Invested in her mission, Nixon took a more creative approach. She hit on the idea of a comic book that would portray the 7-year-old as a superhero with crime-fighting afro puffs. The hero’s curly hair, a trait that Natalie found hard to accept, became her crowning glory that came with special magical powers.

Natalie was immediately on board. She gave her mom story ideas for the comic and the two made the book together.

Shortly after, the pair launched The Adventures Of Moxie Girl, a comic starring a fictional Natalie who activates the superpowers in her magical puffs to fend off book-eating monsters that attack her local library.

“I was hoping to improve and raise the self-esteem of my daughter. I also wanted to instill in her a love for reading,” Nixon said. “I wanted her to realize how powerful she is and that she shouldn’t have to change for anything.”

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Nixon submitted the comic book to a crowdfunding festival in their hometown of Jacksonville, Florida, where attendees cast ballots on who would take home the large cash prize.

It turned out Natalie wasn’t the only one who fell in love with Moxie Girl — voters championed the idea and daughter and mother took home $ 16,400 to put towards a larger print run for the comic. The book will come out in June, Nixon announced on Instagram.

Now Natalie has much stronger self-esteem — and so does Nixon. She advises other parents to always feed their children positive affirmations and model the self-respect they want their kids to have.

“How can I tell my daughter her hair is beautiful in its natural state, if I alter mine?” she said. “I have to embrace my natural beauty before I am truly able to tell her to embrace hers.”

“We have to work on ourselves as parents first. We have to model the behavior that we want to see in our children,” Nixon said.

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Comic Book Culture

Comic Book Culture


What are super-devoted fans of comic books really like? What draws them together and energizes their zeal? What do the denizens of this pop-culture world have in common’this book provides good answers as it scrutinizes the fans whose profiles can be traced at their conventions, in pages of fanzines, on websites, in chat-rooms, on electronic bulletin boards, and before the racks in comic-book stores. They are a singular breed, and an absorbing interest in comic books (sometimes life-consuming) unites them. Studies have shows that the clustering, die-hard disciples of Star Trek have produced a unique culture. The same can be said of American enthusiasts of comic books. These aficionados range from the stereotypical fanboy who revels in the minute details of mainstream superhero titles like X-Men to the more discriminating (and downright snobbish) reader of idiosyncratic alternative comics like Eightball. Literate comics like Watchman, Radioactiv

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With Memories Of A Comic Comrade, Margaret Cho Helps The Homeless

The comedian Margaret Cho has been busking around her hometown, singing, plinking on her guitar and nearly stripping to raise money for the homeless. San Francisco has pop-up restaurants, art galleries and shops, but Ms. Cho’s may be the first pop-up charity.

Through social media, she has notified fans, who brought coats, pants, shirts, shoes, blankets and lots of socks as well as cash, which she gave away at each event. Her ninth and final performance was on Tuesday.
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Better, Stronger, Faster: San Diego Comic Con, 2014

In 1995 I made my first trip to Comic Con (at the time there seemed to be but one), and I was quite excited, not sure what to expect, and my thought going into the ginormous San Diego Convention Center was: “I’m an adult; what if somebody sees me?” That concern lasted about three seconds. We bought our tickets at the door (imagine that, way back in the 20th century), and immediately we were treated to — I’m just gonna go for it — the biggest, happiest gathering of creative and imaginative souls on this planet.

Will Eisner was just walking around, talking with people. Matt Groening was drawing Bongo over and over again. There were Boba Fetts. There were Wonder Women. I kept wanting to buy everything. It was amazing.

I loved it. I still love it. About a hundred and thirty thousand people join me in loving it (and that’s just in the notorious Hall ‘H’).

If you want to go to dinner sometime, I can blather about this event — this phenomenon! this institution! — from soup to nuts. But for ease of handling, here I simply present a few pix — the photographic equivalent of 20,000 words — with a dash of commentary. I didn’t chase the celebs — plenty of people did that, and did it well — and you know: astonishing things are headed your way from Middle Earth, and Gotham City, and the Pacific Rim, and wherever Mad Max lives. These are just some phone snaps I took as I ran around, loving life. May you know this feeling.

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Here comes the belle of the ball!

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Too easy?

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Screen-used Gonzo from Muppets from Space. Want.

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Playmate of the Year Raquel Pomplun rocks Oculus (à la Game of Thrones) at the Wired party

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Brilliant animator Bill Plympton draws me a picture

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Gandalf grabs some lembas fries

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“You look like Death!” “You’re Dreaming!”

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Geek Trek: The Wrath of God
(This is why there’s the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. And the First Amendment. Remind me to dress up as Galactus and come hassle you at your church.)

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Lest we forget why we’re here

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Merch: How George built his Empire

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Meanwhile, at Starfleet Academy…

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Lou Ferrigno: The Incredibly Nice Hulk

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The Omni Hotel gets a tasteful touch of Marvel mania

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Lookin’ Shape-ly: a herd of Michael Myers (plus witch from fascinating third film) promote the new “Complete Halloween” box set; I made a Shatner reference, but they didn’t laugh

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Apparently some sort of hardcore Utah feminist group

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Legendary author Peter Beagle and publisher Connor Cochran meet the fans

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The world’s largest graphic novel — Romeo & Juliet: The War — courtesy of 1821 Media and Stan Lee’s POW

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Ghostbuster deals with mild Stormtrooper envy

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Incidentally, San Diego’s real purty at night

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And there goes the belle of the ball!

Thanks, everybody! Play nice!

~G
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What REALLY Happens at Comic Con

San Diego’s Comic Con is the premier event for fans of all things comics and action-packed entertainment. Seeing as how there are quite a few fans of “entertaining” things, the crowds that descend on Comic Con are mammoth, creating interminable lines.

How bad are the Comic Con lines? So bad that the seasoned comic veterans DweebCast found themselves with enough time to record a surprisingly good (and hilarious) music video about “What REALLY Happens at Comic Con.”

Watch the video from DweebCast above.

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“Boy Comics“ Comic Book Cover #1 – 1954

“Boy Comics“ Comic Book Cover #1 – 1954


Reproduction of the comic book cover for Boy Comics No. 98, Feb 1954. The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency held televised hearings on the effects of comic books, as well as radio, television, and movies, on juvenile delinquency, April 21-June 4, 1954. There was a four-level rating system for evaluating comic books: ???no objection, some objection, objectionable, and very objectionable.??? From the records of the U.S. Senate, U.S. National Archives. Created in 1934, the National Archives is one of the world???s largest repositories, serving as our nation???s memory and documenting the American experience. All prints include a Certificate of Authenticity from the National Archives. Unframed prints ship in 3 – 5 business days. Framing adds 2 additional production days. Unframed prints 16??? x 20??? and larger ship rolled in a tube.
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In ‘The Devilers’ Comic Book, Exorcists Converge To Stop Hell From Breaking Loose

(RNS) There’s never a better time for a bunch of holy avengers than when all hell actually breaks loose.

The Dynamite Entertainment series The Devilers debuts Wednesday (July 16) as an action-packed supernatural comic book full of demonic beasties, big-picture philosophies and heroes that have to put religious differences aside in order to save Vatican City – and the world – from being turned into brimstone.

“When suddenly it’s ‘Oh that is a giant hellmouth that opened up in front of me,’ that changes your beliefs,” said series writer Joshua Hale Fialkov (The Bunker, The Life After), who’s doing the The Devilers alongside artist Matt Triano.

The main conceit behind The Devilers is the Catholic Church, which has had an armistice with Satan’s forces for hundreds of years to keep the demonic element downstairs, but not surprisingly the deal doesn’t hold. Horrific creatures arise when they stop caring about what mankind and the heavenly host can do to them, thereby beginning a new war on Earth.

Father Malcolm O’Rourke, whose faith has waned since having an otherworldly encounter as a child, is called into action by the church’s head exorcist, Cardinal Michael David Reed, as well as other potential saviors from all over the world.

Every issue of Devilers focuses on a different character in the group, which includes Mossad agent and rabbi Brenda Davide, a pro at revealing true evil; the tricky and persuasive Samir Patel; Raab Al-Fayed, a noted demonologist who controls a powerful entity; Chun-Bai, a woman able to bend nature to her will; and the teleporting man-bear demon Rex.

“As we’re discovering the world, each of them is discovering the world, too, and you get a sense of who they are that way,” said Fialkov, adding that the team readers meet in the first issue may not be there going forward.

The cardinal is a pretty hardcore sort but he in a sense reflects the stakes involved with the hellish situation.

“You can have dogma as much as you like, but when the rubber hits the road, you have to be practical,” Fialkov said.

Even though he had a childhood experience that for most people would be proof positive that there are higher powers at work, Malcolm, the priest and exorcist, is still more practical than spiritual.

“He’s had time soften the one thing that really gave him faith, but now suddenly it’s jammed in front of his face,” Fialkov said. “There’s no arguing with the things he sees.”

While the Devilers has a philosophical side, it’s still as big and crazy as a 1970s X-Men comic, according to Fialkov.

Fialkov’s I, Vampire series for DC Comics merged vampires and a monster world into a landscape of superheroes, and he’s trying to do something similar with The Devilers, an inherently dark book that’s more funny than bleak.

Triano illustrates a frog flipping off the cardinal in the first issue, and the holy man tells an atheist who gets a little too close to Rex, “Don’t kick the demon, son.” “That’s just me being me,” Fialkov said. “Anytime anything feels pretentious, I have to take the wind out of the sails.”

The next couple of issues feature the protagonists journeying through hell, “literally heading toward Satan’s throne room,” Fialkov said. “But the question is, who’s actually sitting on that throne? It might be a surprise.”
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Archie Killed: Adored Comic Book Character To Die In ‘Life With Archie’ (VIDEO)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Not even Archie Andrews is immortal in the world of comics.

Archie Comics announced Tuesday that the famous comic book character will heroically sacrifice himself while saving the life of a friend in a July installment of “Life with Archie,” a comic book series that tells the story of grown-up renditions of Archie and his Riverdale gang. “We’ve been building up to this moment since we launched ‘Life with Archie’ five years ago and knew that any book that was telling the story of Archie’s life as an adult had to also show his final moment,” Archie Comics publisher and co-CEO Jon Goldwater said in a statement.

Archie’s final moments will be detailed in “Life with Archie” No. 36, while issue No. 37 will jump forward a year and focus on his friends Jughead, Betty, Veronica and Reggie honoring the legacy of their red-headed pal.

Archie first appeared in comics in 1941 and went on to become a colorful icon of wholesomeness.

In recent years, Archie Comics has tackled such issues as gay characters and the zombie apocalypse in Archie’s fictional hometown of Riverdale. However, Archie himself won’t need to rise from the grave. The freckle-faced character will still be alive and well in other series.

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Follow AP Entertainment Writer Derrik J. Lang at http://www.twitter.com/derrikjlang .

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Disneyland Cell Phone Crashing As Comic Pranks Callers In ‘The Happiest Place On Earth’

Hate standing next to someone jabbering away on a cell phone? Especially hate it when you’re on vacation? Then this is the video for you.

Comic Greg Benson heads to Disneyland, where he stands next to people talking into their cell phones, pulls out his own device, and starts responding as if he’s the person at the other end of that conversation.

Will the good vibes of a vacation in the kingdom of magic win out? Or will the prank set off a Disney riot? Watch the video and find out.

Benson pulled a similar prank last year at an airport. And for more of his humor, take a look at his MediocreFilms channel on YouTube.
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Golf in the Comic Strips: A Historic Collection of Classic Cartoons

Golf in the Comic Strips: A Historic Collection of Classic Cartoons


As one of the oldest and greatest sports of all time, golf has been the subject of a wealth of humorous depictions. No other sport has been more parodied, satirized, or used as a setting than golf. Golf in the Comic Strips uses the perceptive minds of the world’s foremost cartoonists to capture the wild and woolly, the mysterious and rewarding allure of golf-what it does to its players and what it leaves them in return. Each strip is unique and will leave the golfer and the non-golfer with an extra appreciation for the game, as well as some howls of laughter at the folly of it all. From his collection of over 4,000 cartoons and comic strips on golf, Howard Ziehm shares over 200 beautiful, full-color, rare, and historic comic strips from more than 100 artists. Interwoven is insightful text explaining stylistic innovations, milestones, and artist- or period-related information giving you a sense of what golf and the world was like in each era. Including artists like Clare Briggs (A Piker’s Clerk), Sidney Smith (The Gumps), Richard Outcault (The Yellow Kid), James Swinnerton (Jimmy), Charles Schulz (Peanuts), Johnny Hart (B.C.), and Mort Walker (Beetle Bailey), Golf in the Comic Strips is an essential for all golf lovers, cartoon fans, and humor buffs.

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A Girl Comic and Her Heckler

“Sooo, you’re a comic?” he says, looking me up and down from head to toe. He appears to not believe the answer as he presses his pint of beer against his mouth, smiling into it instead of drinking it. He pauses there for a three seconds. Let’s call him “Craig.”

“Yeah!” I shrug. And glance past him towards the barkeep. Small talk is fun! Where’s the barkeep? Just need a drink.

Craig holds his eyes on mine and he gulps down his IPA. I can hear the stickiness in his mouth as he swallows and lets out a refreshing, “tssaaaahh.” His beer tastes good you guys but it’s not going to distract him from processing that I’m a girl and a comic because he can do two things at once, right? Bro!

“A girl… comic,” he slowly says out-loud like he’s sounding out a word in a foreign language. A girl comic! Out of nowhere my breasts suddenly rejoice. They’re getting the limelight they’ve always desired in my comedy. My breasts are attention seekers that way. They actually perk up at his identification. They even have their own choreography to Alan Thicke’s, “Blurred Lines” after I told them not to, trust me they are so dumb.

I respond again cordially after silencing my percolating and unruly comedy breasts, “Yeah! So I’m a comic.”

“Are you funny,” he says his question more as a statement without understanding that thinking oneself is funny is far from a standard for good comedy. See, funny means so much more than I could ever be alone. Funny is an energy, a potential to deeply connect, a person that has that spark that creates the space where the result is laughter. I answer, “Ya know, I’m grateful that people laugh.”

I glance past Craig at the barkeep, “G&T!” I yell “PLEASE!” I yell. “A double!” I yell. “Like my breasts!” I don’t yell that last part I’m just kidding.

I look over to see Craig still standing near. He leans back, “So, tell me a joke.”

“Come to a set,” I reply inviting him with a time and date of my next show.

See, comics understand this. And I think most people understand this too that comedy isn’t just telling a joke. It’s timing, it’s place, it’s syntax, set up, it’s replacing one syllable words with three syllable words because it sounds different, it’s honesty and authenticity and working and reworking a set. It’s also your mom. Asking a comic that you meet on the street to “tell you a joke” is another way of saying I’d really like you to minimize the maximum potential of comedy in thirty seconds or less so that I may approve your worth in being a part of it. Don’t be that guy.

But today it sounds more like grunting. “Commeee Onnnnn,” Craig grunts.

“Seriously, come to a show.”

“Hey guys! There’s a girl comic here who won’t tell a joke!” he sneers. “OK then, I am going to come to your show and heckle the shit out of you. Just to see if you can handle it.” He continues, high fiving his buddies. “Your fault,” he says assuring me. It is then I realize that I have inadvertently landed myself in a real life circle jerk and I have been caught with only this little girly dildo in this very amazing dick fight oh no what will I do.

I grin. No teeth. “Yeah dude, yeah.” I dig deep. See, this isn’t just comic vs. asshole heckler, this is every day not asshole comic vs. asshole future heckler.

As the night progressed, and each time I’d walk past their group I’d hear him taunt. And each time I’d hide my growing annoyance with a “See ya there!” Comics loathe hecklers for a variety of reasons but we don’t fear them. And for whatever reason it felt important for this guy to make sure I was afraid.

So at the end of the night when it was time to go, I stopped at the coat check and as I’m putting back on the sexiest pant-suit blazer you have ever mother-effin’ seen, I walk over to Craig, looked him square in the eyes and said, “Do you mind if I do something right now?”

And I reached and held him close and gave him the biggest and longest hug and I waited long after it got awkward and I waited until he melted in my arms like a little boy who is seeing his mother for the first time after he was kidnapped for 16 years when he was four. What a shame just old enough to have memories to keep him warm but not old enough to know if he was making them up; and I waited for his chest to slowly rise with relief and fall with trust right into my little lesbian arms and only after he let his guard down and whispered vulnerably with his head against mine, “Wow thanks, I really needed that.” Do I hold him tighter and deadpan into his soul, “Fucking come to my show and heckle me and see what happens.”

He laughed.

“Okay so you are a comic.” he paused, “I have an idea for a joke you could use.”

“Trust me, you’ve given me plenty,” I smiled into the last sip of my rocks glass with a gulp and walked out the door, thankful for my comedy and the tits that go with it.
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