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Judge Anderson Makes Her IDW Debut

This August, IDW will expand its Judge Dredd universe with upcoming series Judge Anderson: Psi-Division, which chronicles the early adventures of Mega-City One’s favorite telepathic Judge. Written by 2000AD editor Matt Smith with Carl Critchlow on art, the series takes place before IDW’s main Judge Dredd title. The first story arc, “King of the Six…

feature image, Terrific, terrific comics, public domain, September 1944

Incredible Indie Tuesday: Archie, Muppets & Dark Fantasy

  Archie Announces Creative Team for Horror-Themed Sabrina the Teenage Witch Series Following the success of Afterlife with Archie, publisher Archie Comics has announced that series writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa will be writing the upcoming horror-themed Sabrina series.  Think less Sabrina the Teenage Witch, more dark terrors of the unknown.  With Robert Hack as the artist, issue #1 will be out…

Stories from Comics Academe: The Culture of Production in Marvel’s Media Franchises

On May 1, 2014, I attended Derek Johnson’s lecture, “My Hero?: The Practices and Politics of Sharing Worlds in Marvel’s Media Franchises” presented by the University of California at Irvine Humanities Collective. Johnson is a professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who researches identity and hierarchy in the production of…

Review: Ms. Marvel #4

Review: Ms. Marvel #4 Continuing the review of the premiere arc of Marvel’s newest superheroine, Kamala Khan. “Past Curfew” I did a reread of all three issues before working on reviewing issue #4 so I could go write with my head fully in Kamala’s world. SPOILER WARNING! This series is as much recap as review,…

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