Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Steel Pulse

Danger, excitement, action, victory, violence, humiliation, and mysterious villains! Do I have your attention yet? Well, all of those words grace the cover of Steel Pulse #1, and when I saw them, they grabbed my attention immed...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Marshal Law

Marshal Law was one of the harbingers of the anti-hero zeitgeist of the mid-nineties. The character was obviously inspired by titles such as Marvelman, Watchmen, and the Dark Knight Returns. Co-creator Keven O’ Neil even ack...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Saguarrior

Saguarrior #0 (pronounced Sah-warrior) was published by LoS Comics in 1997. The comic’s namesake is an amalgam of the words Saguaro (a giant cactus indigenous to South-Western North America) and warrior (one who is enga...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: The Thespian

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you mixed a Kabuki warrior, a lucha libre wrestler, and a Victorian musketeer? Well, neither have I, but The Thespian nipped any future curiosities I might have in the bud. He’...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Dude Japan

Dude Japan is a character that was created by Sam Kieth for a comic book called Friends of Maxx. It debuted in 1996 and was published by Image Comics. Originally intended to be an ongoing series, it was canceled after the third...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Fight-Man

The preface to the comic’s title, says it all: Everyone Hates Fight-Man! Co-created, written, and illustrated by Evan Dorkin (Fun with Milk & Cheese), Fight-Man #1 is a fun romp into the world of super hero satire, wi...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Skate-Man

Simply put, Skate-Man #1 is the greatest work Neal Adams ever committed to paper. It was created, written, and illustrated by Adams and was published by Pacific Comics in 1983. Skate-Man is a masterwork of beauty and ridiculous...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Brute Force

Brute Force is a comic that was published by Marvel Comics about a team of animals with robotic exoskeletons who fight Uzi wielding clown mercenaries, carnivorous mutant plants, and godless mad scientists. If you think this ope...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Deathmark

This week’s profile is dedicated to a Deadpool/ Punisher hybrid who rocks an insulated black unitard. He’s faster than a coffee-weaned feral kitten, has more agility than a cybernetic spider-monkey, and is more deadly ...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: The Shade

Welcome to another edition of Unsung Characters of Comicdom! This week’s anomalous profile is dedicated to AC Comics’ supramundane sensation known as the The Shade! First Appearance: Americomics #1 (1983) Alias/ Cod...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Titan

What do you get when you mix He-Man’s body with Eddie Munster’s hair, slap on a van dyke, and dress him in an American Apparel unisex V-neck? Titan, that’s what! Titan comics were created by John Jordan and published by N...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Bubba the Redneck Werewolf

Bubba: The Redneck Werewolf was produced by a publisher in Orlando, Florida called Brass Ball Press (with a monkey straddling a giant brass ball as an emblem). This definitely earns them the award for best publishing company n...
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