Sam Kieth: Artist of the Month Part 4

Welcome back to this installment of Artist of the Month, for part four of my in-depth interview with Sam Kieth! Those of you who follow Sam’s blog will notice that he apologized for what appeared to be a “never en...
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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...
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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...
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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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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: The Shade

Welcome to another edition of Unsung Characters of Comicdom! This week’s anomalous profile is dedicated to AC Comics’ supramundane sensation known as the The Shade! First Appearance: Americomics #1 (1983) Alias/ Cod...
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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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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...
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Artist of the Month: Sam Kieth Part 3

First of all, I want to say thank you to all the Sam-heads out there for the overwhelming positive feedback that I’ve received concerning part one and part two of this installment of Artist of the Month. There will be ...
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Artist of the Month: Denys Cowan

  In 1992, Milestone Comics hit the shelves. It was a blend of characters of unparalleled diversity that had not been achieved before or since by any publisher. Although, in some circles of fandom, these comics were labele...
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Wacky Comic Wednesday: A Bug’s Gift

A Bug’s Gift is a comic ‘one-shot’ produced by the educational comic publisher Discovery Comics in 1991. It’s written by Scott Deschaine, who is best known for writing 12 page educational comics for the ...
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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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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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