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Guide to NYCC At Home

New York Comic Con, the largest pop culture event on the East Coast hosting the latest in comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, toys, movies and television as well know is going virtual this year. So ReedPop is presenting fans with a once in a lifetime digital experience METAVERSE! New York Comic Con x MCM Comic Con’s …

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SAGA: COMPENDIUM ONE SURPRISE DROPS IN STORES TODAY

*Courtesy of IMAGE COMICS PORTLAND, Ore. 08/20/2019 — Image Comics is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated Saga: Compendium One trade paperbackby Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, which was initially announced with a September release date, has arrived in stores early and will be available for sale on Wednesday, August 21. Longtime fans of the …

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Artist Spotlight: Sara Woolley

BODYMOD: Are you woman enough to survive Bitch Planet? Imagine a world where women are subject to punishment for being “non-compliant” and sent away to prison, literally on another planet! That is the premise of the smash hit Sci-fi series “Bitch Planet.” In this dystopian universe, when women are seen as being defiant and resistant …

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New Must-Read Titles From IMAGE Comics

Image Picks: Happy Comic-Book Wednesday!! I picked up some new titles last week and here are some of my recommendations for new releases from IMAGE Comics.    OBLIVION SONG Story: Robert Kirkman Art: Lorenzo De Felici, Annalisa Leoni Cover: Lorenzo De Felici Published: March 7, 2018 Age Rating: T+   Oblivion Song the new thrilling action/adventure comic from Walking …

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FREE Comic Book Day: spoiler free exclusives

Attend Free Comic Book Day on Saturday, May 6!! This Saturday is FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!  Yes, FREE! This annual event started 16 years ago, with participating Comic book shops around the world giving away FREE comics. All you have to do is show up! The event is held the first Saturday in May, just …

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Comics: Diamond’s Top Products For August

Diamond Comics has announced their top products for August 2016. Let us know which of these products you picked up and what you think about it it/them in the comments below.   DC Entertainment had nine of the month’s top ten best-selling comics; in addition to Harley Quinn #1, Scott Snyder and John Romita, Jr.’s …

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Outcast: Possession is just the beginning

From the creative mastermind of the Walking Dead comes the new dark and twisted Horror series Outcast. Based on the SKYBOUND/IMAGE comic book series by Robert Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta, the TV series follows Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit), who has been tormented by demonic possessions all his life.  In Outcast we delve into Kyle’s dark past, and …

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“Madly Ever After” Why You Will LOVE I Hate Fairyland

  Once, upon a time…..MUFFIN FLUFFER!!! “I Hate Fairyland”; currently my new favorite comic book is written and drawn by New York Times Best Selling cartoonist Skottie Young. Don’t let the cute characters and pretty bright technicolor rainbows fool you. This hilarious yet dark twisted and extremely violent fairytale is not intended for children!!! Think …

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Ken’s Comic Ramblings #18: Hannibal, Comics & the Grand Guignol

Okay, this week’s topic isn’t exactly about comics, but it does deal with finding inspiration from other mediums to strengthen one’s work. Yeah, let’s go with that. Tonight will see the conclusion of one of the most interesting and surreal shows on cable, NBC’s Hannibal. With a magnificent cast, clever writing and excellent cinematography and …

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Top 10 Favorite Creator-Owned Comics of 2014

Now that we’ve discussed some of the better comics owned outright by companies, it’s time to put on our “Screw the System!” pants and take a look at some of the favorites from the creator-owned comics scene.   NOTE: This is all opinion based. Put your favorites in the comments below!         …

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Different Flavors of Horror: American Vampire and Wytches

(NOTE: This is a first impressions examination of two series, one that is into the mid-forties in terms of issue quantity and the other that just had its second issue released)   Horror has begun to have a Renaissance in the comic scene over the last couple of years. With the extreme popularity of The …

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East of West #10 Review

You should fear what the future holds.   It always feels so long between issues of this series. Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta’s apocalyptic western epic has been taking the slow burn these past several issues. It has been more focused on world building as well as developing the characters of the “Chosen,” people in …

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Zero #5 Review

Ales Kot takes everything you thought you knew of Edward Zero and flips it all around in one issue. It will be a long wait until Issue #6.

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