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Tales From The Water Cooler #192

Posted  December 19, 2014  by  DecapitatedDan

Welcome to Tales From the Water Cooler! Join Infinite Speech, The Comic Book Clergyman and the Canadian Webslinger each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. Listen in this week as the guys talk the possibility of Spidey being “loaned” out to Marvel during their talks in January, […]

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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 12/10/14

Posted  December 16, 2014  by  Arnab

Batgirl #37 Writer: Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher Artists: Babs Tarr, Cameron Stewart, and Maris Wicks Cover Artists: Cameron Stewart Publisher: DC Comics The new creative team continues to give their Batgirl a more youthful appearance, both in the artwork as well as the direction of the story. This is a little peculiar, given the extensive […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 12/10/14

Posted  December 16, 2014  by  Arnab

Afterlife With Archie #7 (Archie) Infinite Speech: Good to have the series back and it hasn’t lost a step! Amazing Spider-Man #11 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: Spider-Verse has been an amazing (no pun intended) event so far! But doesn’t calling her “Spider-Gwen” negate the secret identity thing? Amazing X-Men #14 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: Remember the story […]

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Bento Bako Weekly: The Garden of Words

Posted  December 15, 2014  by  Kristin

Title: The Garden of Words Author: Makoto Shinkai (story), Midori Motohashi (art) Publisher: Vertical Comics Volume: One volume, $12.95 Vintage: 2013 by Kodansha, 2014 by Vertical Genre: Slice-of-life, drama Akizuki likes to skip class on rainy mornings. He goes to a garden gazebo, where he sketches out designs for shoes. One day his solitude is […]

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Character Spotlight: Cyborg

Posted  December 14, 2014  by  Dr. Bustos

Tis the season for more robotic and cyborg characters! This week we get one of the most popular characters that I think a lot of folks know from the Teen Titan cartoons. He’s part man, part machine, all hero, it’s Cyborg! How does someone get to have all those technological wonders grafted to themselves? Let’s […]

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Quarter Bin Podcast Episode #1: NYCC, Comic Book Movies, & Marvel NOW!

Every quarter, a group of the ComicAttack.net staff gets together for an evening of conversation, cold beverages, and comic books! We call it…the Quarter Bin Podcast! This time, join the SpidermanGeek Dan Briand, Infinite...
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New York Comic Con 2012 pt 5: Cosplayers Galore pt 3!

Not only does New York Comic Con host the awesome talent of the comic industry, it’s also the place where cosplayers from all around the world gather and show off their talents! It’s amazing how they become celebrities them...
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Ye Olde School Café: Avengers: Vision And The Scarlet Witch TPB pt 2

Hello and welcome back t0 another great week in Ye Olde School Café! This week, we’ll conclude our look at the trade paperback Avengers: Vision and the Scarlet Witch! So far, we’ve seen a scary trick or treat nigh...
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The Uncanny X-Piles 112

Welcome to the 112th edition of the Uncanny X-Piles! This week, we say goodbye to “Uncanny X-Men,” Marvel’s longest running X-Men title (despite the renumbering), as well as glimpse at the future of the Marve...
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New York Comic Con 2012 pt 4: Cosplayers Galore pt 2!

Not only does New York Comic Con host the awesome talent of the comic industry, it’s also the place where cosplayers from all around the world gather and show off their talents! It’s amazing how they become celebrities them...
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Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan #115: P.H. Dillard

Horror comics have been scaring readers for years. Is there anyone brave enough to sit down with their creators? This is Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan. Listen in this week as Dan is joined by writer P.H. Dillard to talk...
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Kickstarter Highlight: Home of the Brave

What if the smartest person on Earth was born into poverty & slavery? Meet Aria Monfort, from the world’s poorest nation: America. Catch the promo video here. The Hawaii-based creative team of Jon Lewis and Spencer To...
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FFGtGR: Bravest Warriors and Cowa!

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, No.117: It’s My Party and I’ll Cry If I Want To! Hey web surfers, and welcome back to another week here at From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! It has been a crazy few weeks for me...
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Valiant Reviews: Harbinger #5

Harbinger #5 Publisher: Valiant Writer: Joshua Dysart Artist: Khari Evans, Matthew Clark, & Jim Muniz Cover: Mico Suayan & Moose Baumann With the truth of Harada’s intentions finally revealed to Peter, the action...
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Dark Horse Reviews: B.P.R.D. 1948 #1

B.P.R.D. 1948 #1 Publisher: Dark Horse Writers: Mike Mignola & John Arcudi Artist: Max Fiumara (cover by Dave Johnson) Colors: Dave Stewart As we march toward the big bang that is coming in the BPRD universe, this tale from...
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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 10/17/12

“American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares” #5 (Vertigo) Arnab: I reckon Dracula’s going to be making an appearance in the main title some time soon. Jeff: Glad that’s over…this was quite a disappointin...
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Touring the Cosmos: Eternals: To Slay A God

In 2006, Neil Gaiman reintroduced the Eternals into the Marvel Universe. They had never really left, but were relatively untouched and unused for a few years. The launch quickly spurred on another short series, instigating a ne...
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