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: 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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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Eagle All-Star

Eagle All-Star: Torch of Liberty is an independent ‘one-shot’ comic that was produced by Blind Wolf Studios in 2003. It was co-created, co-written and illustrated by Franco Aureliani and Art Baltazar (the creative t...
by Josh
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Sam Kieth: Artist of the Month Part 5 (finale)

Welcome to part five of my colossal interview with Sam Kieth (parts one through four, here). In this final part, we begin with the standard fare of discussing current projects. Then, we delightfully digress into a conversation...
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: Skate-Man

Simply put, Skate-Man #1 is the greatest work Neal Adams ever committed to paper. It was created, written, and illustrated by Adams and was published by Pacific Comics in 1983. Skate-Man is a masterwork of beauty and ridiculous...
by Josh
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Titan

What do you get when you mix He-Man’s body with Eddie Munster’s hair, slap on a van dyke, and dress him in an American Apparel unisex V-neck? Titan, that’s what! Titan comics were created by John Jordan and published by N...
by Josh
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Bubba the Redneck Werewolf

Bubba: The Redneck Werewolf was produced by a publisher in Orlando, Florida called Brass Ball Press (with a monkey straddling a giant brass ball as an emblem). This definitely earns them the award for best publishing company n...
by Josh
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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 ...
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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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: Jeff Wilson

In the current economic climate, everyone could use a few more ‘dead presidents.’ So, if you’re not receiving a chunk of cash via a stimulus check, may I suggest some ‘not-so-dead presidents’ to ge...
by Josh
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