• Previously in Comics: Excelsior!

    Previously in Comics: Excelsior!0

    The comics world honored the lives of three men this week, each lost at very different points in their lives. One gone far too soon, lost in his twenties; another in middle age, having spent some 30 years bringing comics into the public eye; and the last, among of the first to have a hand

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  • Excelsior! WWAC Says Farewell to an Icon

    Excelsior! WWAC Says Farewell to an Icon1

    On Monday, it was announced that Stan Lee had passed away at the age of 95. TMZ broke the news first, with The Hollywood Reporter following up with a detailed obituary. Considering his age and the health and care concerns that had plagued him over the past years, his passing should not come as a

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  • Great Power Verbs Great Responsibility

    Great Power Verbs Great Responsibility0

    It is common knowledge that Spider-Man’s heroism is driven by the realization that “with great power comes great responsibility,” but that tagline hasn’t always existed in that form. In the first appearance of Spider-Man in 1962’s Amazing Fantasy #15, the final panel of the story introducing the new superhero is overrun with words. It says,

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  • Previously on Comics: Respect for Graphic Novels

    Previously on Comics: Respect for Graphic Novels0

    Happy Monday the 13th, which I figure is like Friday the 13th but 100% more cursed because Monday. I don’t know, just go with it. Anyway, news!

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  • Previously On Comics: Arresting Developments

    Previously On Comics: Arresting Developments0

    I’d like to tell you that this week we only have fluffy, happy, good news and a basket of puppies for every reader, but unfortunately this is Comics. So instead, you’ll be getting the standard, “abandon hope all ye who enter here” treatment. The week started with Stan Lee’s business manager and partner Keya Morgan

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  • The Wedding Issue: Bruce Banner and Betty Ross

    The Wedding Issue: Bruce Banner and Betty Ross0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” nothing gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, Bride-to-Be Rebecca Henely and her Maid of Honor Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got

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