Planet ComiCon 2013

Editor’s Note: This piece is written by guest contributor, Neil Figuracion. Thousands of nerds converged last weekend in the heart of Kansas City. Fans dressed as their favorite comic book heroes, video game icons, and ca...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: Red Dwarf Comics

It all started in the early 1990’s. Taking a break from cleaning my bedroom, I tuned in to HDS (Hell Dimension Service) to see what was on.  The show I tuned in to was Red Dwarf.  This was my first obsession before my c...
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Cosplayer of the Month: An Introduction

Hi! This is the first ever Cosplayer of the Month! However… we’re starting off with an explanation. There are still many people who don’t know or understand what cosplaying is, so this will be the base to build our Cospl...
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Dark Horse Reviews: HellBoy: The Storm #1, Conan The Cimmerian #22

Hellboy: The Storm Publisher: Dark Horse Writer: Mike Mignola Artist: Duncan Fegredo Colors: Dave Stewart Hellboy: The Storm is the final arc in the saga that began with Hellboy: Darkness Call, and continued with Hellboy: The...
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Thor the Romantic, and Why He’s Needed

After witnessing multiple characters across different comics die in increasingly gruesome ways, I’ve started to become a fan of more light-hearted titles. I don’t know if it’s the lack of fear that the charact...
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Retro Review: Marvel Fanfare #1-#2

Marvel Fanfare #1-#2 Published March-April 1982 Writer:  Chris Claremont Artist:  Michael Golden     I recently stumbled across some issues of Marvel Fanfare that I’ve had for awhile now but never got around ...
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Gotta Have It! Statue Edition: Premium Format Emma Frost Figure

Well, after a rough patch, we are back and hopefully permanently with Gotta Have It! Anyway, to get back on track, we’ll kick off the New Year with one of my favorite characters in statue form, Emma Frost. Sideshow recently r...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: Clerks Comics

In 1994, Kevin Smith created the movie Clerks. It was filmed in black and white, with a modest budget of $27, 575.   Clerks. launched Kevin Smith’s career, and also became the first of many films set in the View Askewniv...
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Titan Books Reviews: The James Bond Omnibus 002

The James Bond Omnibus 002 Writer: Ian Fleming Artists: John McLusky, Yaroslav Horak Publisher: Titan Books Original Publication Dates: 1960, 1962-1965 Bond. James Bond. Fewer names in popular fiction evoke the same imagery as ...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Boondocks Season 1 (Part 3)

In The Boondocks Season 1 Part 2, there were stories focused mostly on the supporting cast members.  Tom Dubois was accused of a crime, and Riley met Gangstalicious.  Meanwhile, Huey created a Christmas play and met Martin L...
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“The Walking Dead” to Feast on AMC Audiences

Variety recently announced that yes; The Walking Dead, by Robert Kirkman, is finally getting the silver screen treatment. The “Dead” will shamble on AMC with The Green Mile and Shawshank Redemption writer Frank Dar...
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Doctor Who: Room With a Deja View

Doctor Who: Room With a Deja View Writer: Rich Johnston Artist: Eric J Colors: Kris Carter Letters: Neil Uyetake “Warning: parts of this comic may read better backwards rather than forward.” is a disclaimer you can ...
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