Film Fatale: Whiteout

Based on the comic by writer Greg Rucka and artist Steve Lieber, Whiteout is directed by Dominic Sena, who also directed such classics as Swordfish… and we all know what a great movie that was. Originally the film was sla...
by The Movie Lady
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Artist of the Month: Sam Kieth Part 2

Welcome back for part two of my interview with Sam Kieth [part 1]. Those who are familiar with Sam’s stories have probably noticed a consistent theme of injured or dead pets/animals within his books. Even those who are so...
by Josh
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Decapitated Dan’s Best of 2013

Well it’s the end of the year, and what better way to recap it than by making a list! So check out what I liked best in 2013! ____________________________________ Writer of the Year: Mark Kidwell You want to talk about bringi...
by DecapitatedDan
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Oni Reviews: Courtney Crumrin Tales #1 and #2

Courtney Crumrin Tales #1 and #2 Writer: Ted Naifeh Design: Ted Naifeh and Keith Wood Publisher: Oni Press I have been a fan of Ted Naifeh’s Courtney Crumrin series for years. When I heard there were two new books availab...
by Mac
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ComicAttack.net’s Best of 2015 Comic List & Fan Poll!

Once again it’s that time of year for our Best Of… Fan Poll where YOU decide who comes out in the top five in each category! After submissions taken from the CA.net staff and fan emails you’ve got a lot to ch...
by InfiniteSpeech
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Princess Powerful Attacks: Clerks Comics

In 1994, Kevin Smith created the movie Clerks. It was filmed in black and white, with a modest budget of $27, 575.   Clerks. launched Kevin Smith’s career, and also became the first of many films set in the View Askewniv...
by admin
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The 2011 Ghastly Award Nominees

The 2011 Ghastly Award Nominees The Ghastly Award Judges are proud to announce the 2011 Nominees. The nominees, which were chosen by the entire comic creating community, reflect the wide range of horror material being published...
by DecapitatedDan
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Read Comics Online: Easy, Fast and often Free

Americans have always been obsessed with speed. We just can’t seem to do anything fast enough, because we’re constantly coming up with ways to make our machines, vehicles, and computers faster. Even right now, as you read t...
by Kevin
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Tales from the Water Cooler: Episode #24

Welcome to the 24th episode of Tales From the Water Cooler! Join Infinite Speech, Decapitated Dan, and the Southern Sensation each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. This week the guys ...
by DecapitatedDan
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Ninjago, Polly and the Pirates, and SD Gundam!

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, No. 83: It’s A Boy’s Life As I sit here writing your favorite all-ages column this week, I’m on break from directing a musical review called Burtonesque, which is based off ...
by Drew
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New York Comic Con 2011: The Experience!

Have you ever heard the phrase “A deer in the headlights”? Well, after attending the Big Apple Comic Con a few years ago, and the Lehigh Valley Comic Con several times, I thought I was ready for anything. Well, gues...
by Billy
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Superman and Yo Gabba Gabba!

You know, if in real life I met a group of creatures like the Chilly-gang in The Labyrinth, where they could rip off their heads and body parts, all while singing their crazy lil’ songs, I’d freak out. I’d pro...
by Drew
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