Big Dynamite sale on ComiXology ends tomorrow

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Looking for some summer reading? Dynamite has a big sale on ComiXology, with ALL Dynamite single issues for just 99 cents — ending tomorrow so get on over there. Dynamite Entertainment offers fan favorites and iconic characters including Vampirella and Red Sonja, John Carter, Dejah Thoris, The Spirit, Preacher creator Garth Ennis’ A Train Called Love, multimedia […]

Alan Moore’s Secret Q&A Cult Exposed! Part III: This Will Completely Change Your Life!!!!

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Deep in the deepest deep bit of the Interwebs, where the nice people don’t go, 50 people in anoraks with awful social lives called The Really Very Serious Alan Moore Scholars’ Group meet to compare notes. Sometimes, if the planets align correctly, they get to ask questions. Not just about what terrible thing happened to […]

#SDCC ’16 Comics of Tomorrow: Has Technology changed the Comic Book Industry for Better AND Worse?

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For the last decade, the status of the comic book industry has been a great concern among both fans and the industry itself. Growing technologies and widening options for digital media are vying for the attentions of consumers. The comic book industry can’t keep relying on their built in fan bases to carry them with […]

#SDCC ’16 First Second’s Gene Luen Yang: The National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature

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By: Nicholas Eskey As one of the most influential graphic novel publishers in the United States, First Second is proud to celebrate 2016 as their their 10-year anniversary. Known for publishing noteworthy stories that also spark conversations, the publisher also does well with making strong connections with their writers and artists. One such writer is […]

SDCC’16: Watchtower Roundup: Slouching Towards Gomorrah, We Stop and Pick Up Swag

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Okay… we’re straightening up here at the Undisclosed Location in Brooklyn (where I spent the weekend dog/house sitting… mmmm…. air conditioning…), and here are the remnants of reports from Comic-Con. It’s been a crazy five days, with lots of Zeitgeists in the air, but we’ll leave that to our crack ground crew who surfed the panel […]

SDCC’16: The cast and creators of INJUSTICE 2 talk about returning to the world of hero vs. hero Kombat

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  The first Injustice: Gods Among Us was a game-changing look at how a mainstream audience could see DC Comics characters. It took a fighting game developed by the makers of Mortal Kombat to do something even DC movies haven’t been able to do: get the bigger audience to buy into dark versions of the […]

SDCC’16: David Mack talks travels, Tyler Durden, and what Kabuki looks like 20 years later.

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As a kid, reading comics in the 90’s was mostly about appreciating pretty pictures drawn by the likes of guys like Jim Lee. As an adult, reading comics became about an engaging story written by the likes of guys like Brian Michael Bendis. Today’s audience, juvenile or adult, has the advantage of creators who are […]