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Humble Beginnings: Ed Brubaker's "Scene of the Crime"

In some sense, Scene of the Crime birthed the universe of grifters, drug runners, and unlucky bar flies that help make Ed Brubaker's books what they are…

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Bendis & Maleev Reclaim the Hidden Tensions in 'Moon Knight'

It's been a rough road to define a workable character arc for the Moon Knight character. The new creative team might just be the equal of the estimable run by crime writer Charlie Huston. That is, if writer Brian Michael Bendis has truly returned to top form.

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Animated Part 1: The PopMatters Exclusive with Full Clip's Schwarz Brothers

The real story of the Schwarz brothers isn't their improbable and meteoric rise from being marginalized by the Australian film industry to Hollywood. But the generational shift they bring to traditionalist thinking in the media of both comics and film.

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The Devil's Due: What Ed Brubaker Did to Reinvent Daredevil

Could Ed Brubaker have written the definitive version of a character renowned for its production of 'definitive' visions?

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The Death of Captain America

"The Iconographies" is a series of weekly features focusing on iconic moments, creators, characters or publications in the ongoing 'biography' of graphic literature. This edition looks at the 2007 death of Marvel superhero, Captain America.

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Daredevil #95 - Hanging in the Air

Daredevil launches himself into danger once more.

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Criminal Vol. 2

With its second story-arc it has cemented itself as one of the best modern books and, likely, as one that will long be regarded as an example of the medium's artistic potential.

Greg Oleksiuk
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Criminal, Vol. 2: Lawless

Being bad has never been so good.

Greg Oleksiuk
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Coward

Let’s face it folks, civilization is addicted to crime.

Alex Muller
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The Immortal Iron Fist #1-6

This book will grab you, flip you over and kick your butt all the while leaving you begging for more.

Greg Oleksiuk
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Criminal #1-5

Brubaker gives enough surprises to keep you interested, but not only that, you also care for the characters and what happens to them no matter how dark and seedy they may be.

Greg Oleksiuk
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Daredevil: The Devil, Inside and Out Vol. 1-2

This is a man making complex choices and compromises; no longer the devil-may-care swashbuckler with the simple liberty of always doing what’s right.

Jason A. Zwiker
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Captain America #25

What do we dream of, who are our heroes, and what does it mean when we lose them?

Jason A. Zwiker
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X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1-6

I really am not interested in characters I grew up with being sullied.

William Gatevackes
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