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...
by Josh
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A Very ComicAttack.net Christmas!

It may be January 3rd, but Christmas time gets one last gasp here at ComicAttack.net, as some of our staff took photos with their favorite comic-related gifts they graciously received from Santa this year! Check out our schwag,...
by Andy
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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,...
by Josh
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Nostalgia Comic Review: Silver Hawks #1

For the most part, I enjoy reading well written comics that utilize the medium for all it’s worth. Although I love these types of stories, it can be exhausting at times. Especially if it’s been a long day and I̵...
by Josh
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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...
by Josh
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Artist of the Month: Sam Kieth Part 1

Nostalgic Sam Kieth fans may ask the question, where’s that guy who drew the really big feet? What’s he been up to? Fans who currently follow his work with a religious fervor (myself included) know that the approp...
by Josh
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Artist of the Month: Marc Silvestri

Many comic fans may know Marc Silvestri from his days as one of the seven co-founders of Image Comics or from his current role as CEO of Top Cow Productions, but his professional career in comics has spanned nearly three decade...
by Josh
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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...
by Josh
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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...
by Josh
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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...
by Josh
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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...
by Josh
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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...
by Josh
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