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Not-So-Epic Showdown: Wolverine #12
What was billed as the biggest fight between Wolverine and Sabretooth to date ends up being a total rip-off. [2.Sep.14]
It Never Happened Again and Again and Again
In his book It Never Happened Again, Sam Alden uses two short comicbook stories to offer a slight twist on the old journey-vs.-destination philosophy. [28.Aug.14]
Quality Time and Honest Mistakes: Wolverine Annual #1
How an innocent camping trip can be ruined by a reasonable misunderstanding [27.Aug.14]
Who Wants to Read Comics on a Computer?
However modest in scope, comiXology's new downloads signals the beginning of the end for strict DRM in digital comics -- and it will change how we view comics. [27.Aug.14]
Not Just a Comicbook: The Multiversity #1
In this story of multiple worlds, fiction is fact and comicbooks are true. [26.Aug.14]
Reviews
What was billed as the biggest fight between Wolverine and Sabretooth to date ends up being a total rip-off. [02.Sep.14]
How an innocent camping trip can be ruined by a reasonable misunderstanding [27.Aug.14]
In this story of multiple worlds, fiction is fact and comicbooks are true. [26.Aug.14]
What I’d hoped would happen is that Trees would be the natural antithesis to those gimmicky summer crossovers with anticlimactic events that seem to written in marketing departments. [25.Aug.14]
In her final issue, writer Gail Simone provides the space for Batgirl to start over in a new world. [20.Aug.14]
Not many readers have put themselves in the headspace of a caped vigilante, but Jon and Suzie, the dynamic duo of deviant thoughts and sexcapades, embody our deepest desires, shame, regrets, and fears. [19.Aug.14]
Character development doesn't need killer robots or time-traveling enemies. It just needs to be fun. [18.Aug.14]
An epic struggle that has all the right ingredients, but not enough of the most important one. [12.Aug.14]
Features
In his book It Never Happened Again, Sam Alden uses two short comicbook stories to offer a slight twist on the old journey-vs.-destination philosophy. [27.Aug.14]
Our Heroes is like a Saturday morning cartoon, only better. It perfectly captures the spirit of the funny superhero. (The Human Mallet Lives!) [22.Aug.14]
We didn’t see Marvel’s iconic Surfer of the Cosmic skyways in the recent Guardians of the Galaxy, but iwe should have. [15.Aug.14]
By Paul Grosskopf
While we can’t always relate entirely to DC’s superheroes, we continue to remain fascinated by them because like “The Sons of the Batman” we too desire to be empowered or shaped by something bigger than ourselves. [14.Aug.14]
Columns
Worlds in Panels
However modest in scope, comiXology's new downloads signals the beginning of the end for strict DRM in digital comics -- and it will change how we view comics. [26.Aug.14]
Themenastics
It's common knowledge that the 'best' superhero is the one in cape and cowl. And that's true. It's just not the one you think. [11.Aug.14]
The Next Reel
Humankind once laughed at The Planet of the Apes -- until it became a critically acclaimed artistic endeavor and had an Academy Award category created for it. Now who amongst us is laughing? [03.Aug.14]
Worlds in Panels
The best creators will find ways to make the best use of whatever medium they are working in. [27.Jul.14]
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