Artist of the Month: Evan Dorkin

May’s Artist of the Month is none other than Eisner Award winning artist Evan Dorkin! Throughout his professional career in comics, which spans close to three decades, Evan has often lampooned fandom and pop-culture,...
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Wacky Comic Wednesday: Obnoxio The Clown Vs. The X-Men

Obnoxio The Clown Vs. The X-Men may sound like an obscure Italian film, but it’s actually a one-shot comic that was published by Marvel Comics in 1983. It was written and illustrated by Alan Kupperberg, who had previous...
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Wacky Comic Wednesday: Jell-O Man Part 3, Ads & Games

Now, for the thrilling conclusion to Wacky Comic Wednesday’s look at Jell-O Man & Wobbly! Although the entire comic is nothing more than a thinly veiled advertisement for Jell-O products, it’s jam-packed with...
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Nostalgia Comic Review: Inhumanoids #3

The Inhumanoids pretty much personified my adolescent lust for toys that my Mom couldn’t afford. These massive hunks of plastic towered above my largest toy at the time, which was the Rancor from Kenner’s Star W...
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Wacky Comic Wednesday: Jell-O Man Part 2, Dinosaurs & Aliens

Welcome back for part two of Wacky Comic Wednesday‘s look at Jell-O Man and Wobbly! In part one, I covered  the insane origin of this gelatinous duo. Now, it’s time for a galaxy spanning synopsis of the heroesR...
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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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Wacky Comic Wednesday: Jell-O Man Part 1, The Origin

There’s always room for Jell-O! It’s as true today as it was when Kraft Food Company adopted the slogan in 1964 to promote a variety of delicious gelatinous desserts. Although millions of people continue to slide l...
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Artist of the Month: T. Motley

I discovered Tom Motley’s artwork while doing research for an entry into Comic Attack’s Unsung Characters of Comicdom column. I had the first issue of  Tom’s self-published comic, Steel Pulse, but I didn̵...
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1976 Superhero Catalog

Thanks for picking up Superhero Enterprises’ 1976 Superhero Catalog! You’ve probably seen our ads in your favorite comic books. Although, we can’t confirm this, because we’re not selling any merchandise. That’s why we...
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Wacky Comic Wednesday: Popples #2

Popples were a part of the cultural phenomenon that was synonymous with the numerous toy crazes of the eighties. If you didn’t own one, you knew someone who did. My older sister had a Popple that I wasn’t allowed to play wi...
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Wacky Comic Wednesday: Stone Protectors

The Stone Protectors comic is an anomaly to say the least. There’s nothing odd about a comic book marketing toys to children, but this comic was a whore in the red-light district of toy merchandising. This team of roide...
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Artist of the Month: JK Woodward

JK Woodward is an artist, a traveler, and a man of the people. His first works were self published in Germany, followed by work at BOOM! Studios, IDW Publishing, and Marvel Comics. He’s traveled across the US and abroad ...
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