Celebrating 90 Years of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!

Today, December 19th, 2009 marks the 90th Anniversary of the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not comic panel that is still being published! Now some may debate and say it’s the 91st birthday since the panel started a year ea...
by Drew
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Sequential History: The Birth of Sequential Art (Pre-History to the Platinum Age)

What is sequential art? Who were the first people to use this art form to tell stories? How did it evolve into what we can pick up today at our local comic shop? Over the course of the next few Sequential History columns, IR...
by Eli
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Worth 9 Lives: Heathcliff

Heathcliff. Some may love this orange cat with an attitude. Some may not. Some may see him as Garfield’s rival (in reality Heathcliff predates Garfield, starting publication 5 years before the other orange cat came onto t...
by Drew
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Titan Books Reviews: James Bond 007: Nightbird

James Bond 007: Nightbird Written By: Ian Fleming Art By: Jim Lawrence, Yaroslav Horak, and Neville Colvin Our friends at Titan Books have produced yet another fantastic collection that reprints a handful of story lines from th...
by Drew
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Interview with Matt Whitlock and Shane Houghton of the new Peanuts!

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, NO.81: Interview With Vampires…Okay, Not Really, Actually With The “Peanuts” Guys Hey readers and welcome back to another edition of our all-ages column, where this week we...
by Drew
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Ferd’nand and The Green Hornet

Welcome back to From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! This week we take a peek at some awesome Sunday fun with Ferd’nand and the classic serial epic of The Green Hornet! Sundays Rock:  Ferd’nand Ferd’nand is th...
by Drew
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Dark Shadows, Smurfs and Plastic Man!

This week I decided to take yoga for the first time ever. I was in a hot room that was 105 degrees for 90 minutes. Surely as Viz used to pitch for the Fatal Fury anime OAV and Movie, “The Human Body Is Still Man’...
by Drew
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Adventures of Venus, Ernest and Rebecca and Garfield!

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, No.101: A.K.A. FFGTGR Point One So here we go, the hundred and first time we are back for all-age comics coolness with From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays. In the tradition of when things star...
by Drew
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Dark Horse Reviews: Flash Gordon Archives Vol. 2 HC

Flash Gordon Archives Vol. 2 HC Publisher: Dark Horse Written By: Archie Goodwin, Larry Ivie, Bill Pearson, Alex Raymond, and Al Williamson Art By: Dan Barry, Frank Bolle, Reed Crandall, Ric Estrada, Gil Kane, Mac Raboy, Al Wil...
by Drew
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It’s A Boys’ Life

Like anything in the world of art, there are these little hidden gems we find on occasion. John Lennon covering a song by Buddy Holly, Quentin Tarantino playing a cameo in a Takashi Miike film, and for comic-art it’s the ...
by Drew
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New York Comic Con 2010: Titan Books’ Schedule

Hey gang! Here’s another schedule for the upcoming New York Comic Con. This time, Titan Books has offered up information on their booth locations, special releases, panels, and autographs. Jim Lee fans, pay attention! [UP...
by Kristin
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Titan Books Reviews: Modesty Blaise: The Double Agent

Modesty Blaise: The Double Agent Publisher: Titan Books Written By: Peter O’Donnell Art By: Neville Colvin Peter O’Donnell was a Shakespeare with his pen for comics. I don’t think that is too high a praise fo...
by Drew
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