• DC To Release Anthology Comics in Walmart

    DC To Release Anthology Comics in Walmart0

    Starting July 1, DC Comics will be partnering with Walmart to sell four monthly anthology comics. Each issue will be priced at $4.99, and will be 100 pages of both new and reprinted material. Each issue will have one new story, and three reprinted issues. Some of comics biggest names are set to contribute, with

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  • DC Pubwatch June

    DC Pubwatch June0

    Oh hey! A new look, a new schedule, and a lot less stress on your DC beat writer! We decided to move to a monthly column rather than weekly, and to only fully review a handful of books a month. The ten books I liked most, as well as the five books I liked least,

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  • The Many Ages of American Comics

    The Many Ages of American Comics0

    Recently, I saw someone on Twitter talking about classic Golden and Silver Age Iron Man stories. I just about leapt out of my skin. I didn’t want to be that person, but it really bugged me. Why, you ask? Because Iron Man didn’t exist in the Golden Age. In fact, almost all the iconic Marvel

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  • 80 Years of Leaping Tall Buildings: Action Comics #1000

    80 Years of Leaping Tall Buildings: Action Comics #10000

    Action Comics #1000 Covers by Jim Lee and Scott Williams (Main), Steve Rude (1930s), Michael Cho (1940s), Dave Gibbons (1950s), Michael Allred (1960s), Jim Steranko (1970s), Joshua Middleton (1980s), Dan Jurgens (1990s), Lee Bermejo (2000s) DC Comics April 18, 2018 The issue eighty years in the making. Action Comics is the first mainstream comic to

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  • Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty

    Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty0

    Happy May everyone and welcome back to your weekly comics news. It’s been a long week full of a variety of announcements and events. Let’s take a look!

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  • The Wedding Issue: April Fool’s Edition

    The Wedding Issue: April Fool’s Edition0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?”, no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got their

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