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  • Marvel Announces Landmark Wedding in Astonishing X-Men!

    Marvel Announces Landmark Wedding in Astonishing X-Men!
    After I read the following press release from Marvel Entertainment, the first thing that came to mind was "it's about time!" Read it and then catch up with me at the bottom of the post: Save The Date—Marvel Announces Landmark X-Men Marriage...
  • E3 2012 Booth Spotlight: Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment

    E3 2012 Booth Spotlight: Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
    From the big guns to the little guys, E3 is THE PLACE for game companies to show off the newest upcoming releases while beating you over the head with a mallet of pure hype. in these Booth Spotlights, we take a quick look at the standouts we saw at this...
  • Hey Alan Scott! Welcome to the Geek Gay-borhood!

    Hey Alan Scott! Welcome to the Geek Gay-borhood!
    When it was announced about a week ago that DC Comics was "re-creating" Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, as a gay character, the news was met with mixed reactions. Of course you had those who decried it, those who applauded it, and those who -...
  • Graphic novels

    Graphic novels
    The Batman Files Matthew K. Manning Andrews McMeel, $100 A vivid assortment of "files" on everything in Bruce Wayne's world — gadgetry, enemies, police records, dossiers — collected by Wayne as a guide for helping his future successor....
  • Jerry Robinson, key creator behind the Joker and Robin, dead at 89

    Jerry Robinson, key creator behind the Joker and Robin, dead at 89
    Jerry Robinson, a pioneer in the early days of Batman comics and a key force in the creation of Robin the Boy Wonder; the Joker;  Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred; and Two-Face, died Wednesday afternoon in New York City. He was 89. The illustrator with...
  • Jesus Christ, Superhero?

    Jesus Christ, Superhero?
    A graphic novelist, best known for soldiers, samurais and superheroes, turns his attention to what he calls "the greatest superhero" in his newest work. It's "A Child is Born," retelling the birth of Jesus. "A Child is Born" is the first publication of...
  • Comics Review: Batman Earth One

    Comics Review: Batman Earth One
    SourceURL:file://localhost/Users/chris/Desktop/Batman%20Earth%20One.doc Batman Earth One By Geoff Johns (text), Gary Frank (pencils), Jonathan Sibel (inks), Brad Anderson (coloring). DC Comics hardcover, July 2012.     The title reads Batman Earth...
  • Nolan-free 'Justice League' raises questions for Warner DC films

    Nolan-free 'Justice League' raises questions for Warner DC films
    Warner Bros. will need a new hero to invigorate its DC Comics brand on the big screen, now that director Christopher Nolan’s successful Batman trilogy comes to an end with next week's "The Dark Knight Rises." Home to such superheroes as Superman,...
  • Baltimore Comic-Con 2011: Stan Lee has no super powers, but plenty of super ideas

    Baltimore Comic-Con 2011: Stan Lee has no super powers, but plenty of super ideas
    Stan Lee is one proud father these days. You'd be proud, too, if your progeny included Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor and the Fantastic Four — characters whose films routinely bring in a few hundred million dollars at the movie box office. Not that Lee...
  • Curiosidades: Colección heredada de historietas podría valer unos $2 millones

    Una notable colección de historietas que amasó un estadounidense durante su juventud, que incluye algunos de los ejemplares más preciados publicados hasta la fecha, podría recaudar más de 2 millones de dólares en una subasta esta semana. Las 345...
  • Comic books net $3.5 million at auction

    Comic books net $3.5 million at auction
    A stash of classic comic books -- the kind that most kids tossed in the back of their closets -- was sold for $3.5 million at an auction Wednesday in New York, according to USA Today. The top price of about $523,000 was paid for a copy of Detective Comics...