Listen to Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s ‘Locke & Key’ audio (comic) book for free right now

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  Don’t have time to read the award winning horror best seller, Locke & Key, by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez?  The same company that brought you Jamal Igle’s Molly Danger audio book, AudioComics, adapted the New York Times best seller for Audible. I don’t feel comfortable calling this 13 1/2 hour full production an audio book […]

Check out these new ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ stills

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Why wait for the September issue of Empire when you can meticulously critique some fresh Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice images right now on your phone? I’m sure there will be more images of the highly anticipated Warner Bros. film in the print edition, but this is the best we can for now.

Shocker: Paul Rudd admits actual ants died during ‘Ant Man’ filming

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Howard Stern fans got a candid interview with Paul Rudd the star of the well received and latest semi-successful Marvel film, “Ant-Man.” The interview took place on Monday after Stern admitted that he tried to buy the film rights because he believed in the character well before anyone else did, and Rudd discussed how he […]

SDCC ’15: Win rare ‘Fight Club 2’ signed variants and swag by scratching and sniffing bookmarks

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Dark Horse wants to put your senses to the test. Fans of Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 will have the chance to win some signed rare comic books, collector’s edition novel and the collected hardcover graphic novel by scratchin’ & sniffin’ some bookmarks and supporting your local comic book retailer. This is like Fight Club except you can talk about it. 

SDCC ’15: Mike Tyson ‘I like Donald Trump. He has balls.’

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Doctor Mike Tyson is giving the people what they want, and speaking his mind because everyone knows his secrets. The former boxing heavyweight champ returned to San Diego Comic-Con to promote the upcoming season of his Adult Swim animated comedy Mike Tyson Mysteries. He couldn’t really get into the details on what we can expect because then […]

SDCC ’15: Conan O’Brien steals preview night “Mad Max” style

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The inaugural day of  San Diego Comic-Con will be hard to beat because Conan O’Brien set the bar freakishly high. O’Brien has brought his late night TBS talk show to San Diego’s Spreckels Theater to give his fans an unforgettable comic-con show for the ages. The show started with a hilarious sketch of Conan, Andy […]

Jamal Igle talks Molly Danger, Supergirl, and overcoming failure

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Jamal Igle didn’t expect to receive the support he got when he decided to work on his creator owned project, Molly Danger. Igle raised $50,329 to self publish the first installment of the story about the world’s most powerful 10-year-old girl. Kickstarter comics were booming in 2012, and a lot of industry favorties like Igle were making a lot […]

Alex de Campi donates book sales to spite “the Taxman”

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The Phoenix Comicon looked like a blockbuster success. The attendance figures are predicted to hit over 80,000 passes sold, but there were some issues the fans wouldn’t have noticed. The Arizona Department of Revenue were on site making sure all the exhibitors had acquired a Phoenix Privilege (Sales) Tax License before the con opened it’s doors. The Phoenix […]

On the scene: Phoenix Comicon 2015

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Phoenix Comicon took place on Thursday, May 28 through Sunday, May 31. Apparently, preview night and Sunday were the best days. Honestly, I felt like I was going to Emerald City or San Diego Comic-Con, but I can park near the venue. The parking fees raised, but they’re fairly reasonable considering the location. Downtown Phoenix […]

PREVIEW: ‘High Crimes’ #10 is a chilling read

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  The latest issue of Monkey Brain‘s digital first comic High Crimes is available at Comixology. I have read the review copy and it’s exceptional and chilling. Page one gives you the same cold feeling when you open a walk-in freezer. Christopher Sebela’s striking and circumstantial words pair with Ibrahim Moustafa’s art on various levels. Lesley Atalnsky’s colors have a […]