Represent & Make Room: The Story of FlameCon 2016

                Representation is a funny thing: it’s not a thing you think about at all until the world makes you. The world defines you by the incidental parts of your existence,...
by Cameron Crump
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Ink Stains 83: Radion 7

Back for round 2, Tom Mason with Radion 7! Radion 7, July 1978 Editor and publisher, Tom Mason What?  Tom Mason won’t go away? This guy again, you say? Yes, I say! I was just recently gifted with issue 7, the cover of w...
by kenmeyerjr
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Ink Stains 82: Fantastic Fanzine 6/7

Gary Groth strikes again! Fantastic Fanzine 6/7, present yourself! Fantastic Fanzine 6/7: April/May 1969 Editor and publisher: Gary Groth   If you follow Ink Stains, you will have seen several issues showcased already of G...
by kenmeyerjr
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Tales From The Water Cooler #238

Welcome to Tales From the Water Cooler! Join The Comic Book Clergyman, Infinite Speech and SpidermanGeek each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. Listen in this week as special guest Kei...
by SpidermanGeek
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Ink Stains 81: Radion 6

Tom Mason has been working as a professional writer in the entertainment field for awhile now, before that, Malibu Comics. But, before that, there was…Radion! Radion 6: August, 1977 Editor and publisher: Tom Mason  ...
by kenmeyerjr
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Batman: Bad Blood Premiere at the Paley Center for Media (Beverly Hills)

Similar to my colleague Cameron Crump, I, too, was invited to the premiere and red-carpet interviews for Warner Brothers’ newest animated feature, Batman: Bad Blood, at the Paley Center for Media. However, I lucked out a ...
by Martin Thomas
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Stay Tooned Sundays: BATMAN: BAD BLOOD Premier at The Paley Center for Media in NY

  n a chilly Wednesday night in the heart of New York City, DC Animation premiered their first blockbuster offering of 2016 to an excited crowd of both lucky fans and eager press. With the coming schedule of big name comic...
by Cameron Crump
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Ink Stains 79: RBCC 134

RBCC was one of the longest running and most consistently excellent fanzines around, come see why! RBCC 134: March 1977 Editor and Publisher: James Van Hise I have covered one other issue of this incredibly consistent publicati...
by kenmeyerjr
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BBW: Interview with Manga Creator Arina Tanemura (via Anime Fest)

At this year’s Anime Fest (over Labor Day weekend, 2015), I had the privilege of interviewing Japanese manga creator Arina Tanemura. Tanemura is a well known creator in America, with nearly all of her titles published in ...
by Kristin
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Movie Multiverse: Marvel VS DC: How Perception Makes All the Difference

Marvel VS DC: How Perception Can Make All the Difference With the impending arrival of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice there has been a lot of talk about the difference between the DC Extended Universe and the Marvel Cinemat...
by Aaron
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BBB: Interview with Udon’s Stacy King, Manga Classics Editor

I have a special treat for you guys this week! UDON Entertainment, the publisher who brings us amazing video game art books and comics like Street Fighter, gave me the privilege of joining a blog tour to promote their Manga Cl...
by Kristin
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Dark Horse Interviews: Alex de Campi

Today is the release of the final issue of Archie Vs. Predator, written by Alex de Campi and art by Fernando Ruiz, Rich Koslowski, and Jason Millet. This was the comic that turned a lot of heads then proceeded to snap them o...
by Dr. Bustos
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