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Rico Renzi Debuts MARY JANES 2019 Tour T-Shirt Ahead of HeroesCon

Note: the tour dates are, unfortunately, fake.

Spider-Ham returns in upcoming AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Annual

Do animals talk in this dimension?

Don’t call it a comeback: Vertigo relaunches under Mark Doyle with...

  Vertigo, one of the great, industry changing imprints, is getting a relaunch and a rebrand after a few years of going dark as mostly...

31 Days of Halloween: Unbeatable Squirrel Girl You the Choose Story...

Continuing with our look at Diamond Halloween Comic Fest offerings, here a seasonal adventure by Ryan North, Erica Henderson and Rico Renzi featuring Squirrel...

Interview: Chip Zdarsky on Howard The Duck “I can’t think about...

Marvel's new Howard The Duck #1 comic is on sale today and writer Chip Zdarsky talks about picking up the reigns, integrating the Marvel universe, balancing work and family, and the joys of being a man in comics.

Review: Spider-Gwen #1 Packs a Pun-ch

200,000 pre-orders and many months in the making, Spider-Gwen #1 has finally arrived, bringing with her vibrant artwork and what is surely an outrageous cell phone bill.

Preview: Squirrel Girl #2 —Enter Galactus

With Squirrel Girl, Marvel is proving just how strong the Marvel brand is—so strong that it can do a 180 and it's still part of the fun. Written by Ryan North (Adventure Time, Dinosaur Comics) and drawn by Erica Henderson (Atomic Robo, Marceline and the Scream Queens) this book is as "indie" and charming as comics can get. It even has lovely flat colors by Rico Renzi. Squirrel Girl is Doreen Green a typical college student except that she also has the proportionate speed and strength of a squirrel....and a big bushy squirrel tail, which she stuffs into her pants to keep her secret identity secret. Squirrel Girl was created in 1992 by writer Will Murray and Steve Ditko (!) and the gimmick is that even with powers that sound less than a-list, she can defeat anyone —and so far she's defeated Doctor Doom, MODOK, Terrax, and Thanos, all with the help of her squirrel sidekick Tippy-Toe.

Advanced Review: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Deals With Serious Matters

There’s an air of impossibility surrounding this book. It begins with a song and vibrant neon crime fighting. It deflates the hyper-serious and allows for a sense of whimsy. When I started working behind the desk at a comic shop, something like this would have barely snuck through Marvel editorial as a one-shot - a reaction to an audience that had an appetite for Serious Comics about Things That Matter and very little else. Today things are clearly different.

The Beat Podcasts! More To Come: Brian Stelfreeze, Justin Jordan &...

Straight from the offices of Publishers Weekly, it’s More to Come! Your podcast source of comics news and discussion starring The Beat’s own Heidi...