Off The Shelf: Marvelous Mythology: How The World’s Greatest Heroes Were Created

Marvelous Mythology: How The World’s Greatest Superheroes Were Created Writer: Todd Frye Publisher: Todd Frye How geek are you? It’s a real and important question in this day and age of wiki pages and network television...
by Cameron Crump
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Gotta Have It!: Doctor Who Edition

Winter logged Whovians rejoice! Spring is coming and SuperHeroStuff.com’s got all the shaggy swag tickle your tardis. In today’s Gotta Have It we’re reviewing BBC’s Doctor Who gear and you don’t have to be a hardcore ...
by Cameron Crump
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DC Animation Preview: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

I think it’s pretty reasonable to say that DC animation has been rocking it pretty hard these past couple of years, with fantastic features like Batman: Year One and The Dark Knight Returns part 1 and 2, plus other non-Ba...
by Cameron Crump
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Special Edition NYC 2014: The Interviews – Jamie S. Rich

Amazing interview with "The Double Life of Miranda Turner" and "You Have Killed Me" author Jamie S. Rich about his most recent offerings: "Archer Coe & the Thousand Natural Shocks" and Madame Frankenstein. We talk High School e...
by Cameron Crump
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Gotta Have It!: Captain America Super Soldier Pullover Hoodie!

Heads up true believers! If you’ve been to the movies and seen what’s on TV then you know the hard truth: HYDRA is back and they have taken down SHIELD from the inside. The news hit me particularly hard as I, being an agent...
by Cameron Crump
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Marvel Reviews: Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man #9

This issue draws to a close the story of Jefferson Davis, Miles’ father and his history with the hidden world of the Ultimate Marvel Universe. Miles's father who spent a few months out of the narrative after finding out that ...
by Cameron Crump
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Artist of the Month: Elena Casagrande

ComicAttack.Net's artist of of the month for September is none other that the ultra talented Elena Casagrande. Read all about her love of deserts and the female form as well as what it was like to work with such industry heav...
by Cameron Crump
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Onrie Kompan Productions Reviews: Yi Soon Shin: Fallen Avenger #2

Yi Soon Shin: Fallen Avenger #2 Publisher: Onrie Kompan Productions Writer: Onrie Kompan Artist: El Arnkleus Remember when RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan directed that Kung-Fu flick awhile back? It was pretty much a love letter to the...
by Cameron Crump
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Marvel Reviews: Deathlok #4

The new Deathlok series is walking weird line for me. There is definitely awesome action, gorgeous artwork from Mike Perkins and several interesting ideas at play setting up Deathlok for some compelling adventures in the future...
by Cameron Crump
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Represent & Make Room: The Story of FlameCon 2016

                Representation is a funny thing: it’s not a thing you think about at all until the world makes you. The world defines you by the incidental parts of your existence,...
by Cameron Crump
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Artist of the Month: Rafael Kayanan

You ever had a friend or just known a guy that made you feel like crap whenever you compared your life to his? Everyone knows that guy; Multi-talented, hardworking, and annoyingly humble. The kind of guy you hate because there ...
by Cameron Crump
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ComicAttack.net’s Best of 2014 Comic List & Fan Poll!

  This year some of the ComicAttack.net staff put their minds together to nominate the 2014 Best Of selections for comic books and more! Below you’ll find the categories to vote for, including the Best Comic Book Momen...
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