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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Tanks, Beer, and Other Necessities Part 2: A Few Words with Alan Martin

Tank Girl rose like a Phoenix from the ashes in 2007, and Alan Martin is the name of the fire from whence she was reborn. Shortly after her resurgence, Rufus Dayglo took over artistic duties for The Gifting. The result was a ...
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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...
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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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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Deathmark

This week’s profile is dedicated to a Deadpool/ Punisher hybrid who rocks an insulated black unitard. He’s faster than a coffee-weaned feral kitten, has more agility than a cybernetic spider-monkey, and is more deadly ...
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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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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...
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Tanks, Beer, and Other Necessities Part 1: A Few Words with Rufus Dayglo

By taking over the mantle as the official Tank Girl artist, Rufus Dayglo followed in the footsteps of an internationally renowned illustrator and animator (Jamie Hewlett). Simultaneously, he had put himself in the proverbial cr...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Dude Japan

Dude Japan is a character that was created by Sam Kieth for a comic book called Friends of Maxx. It debuted in 1996 and was published by Image Comics. Originally intended to be an ongoing series, it was canceled after the third...
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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...
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Artist of the Month: Shannon Wheeler

When speaking with Shannon Wheeler, I couldn’t help but imagine him as one of his most well known creations, Too Much Coffee Man. Only instead of an actual over-sized mug of coffee on his cranium, there’s a metapho...
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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...
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