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Comic Releases of August 7, 2013

After not a huge release week last week as it was the 5th week of the month, we’re back on track with another fairly week of releases from all of our favorite mass-market publishers! Let’s see what we can expect [...]

August 5, 2013 Reviews
DC Comics

DC News Roundup – July 30 2013

In the last couple of weeks, there’s been a lot of information coming out of the publishers. A number of them made a ton of announcements before the con, which allowed for some questions to be generated for the panels [...]

July 30, 2013 News
IDWLogo

IDW Comes To Boston

For the first time, IDW is making an appearance at the upcoming comic con in Boston, MA. With this visit, we’ll have the creators of the popular IDW title Locke & Key present for their last public hurrah at a con [...]

July 30, 2013 Reviews
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Comic Releases for July 31, 2013

July has that not-so-frequent occurrence of having 5 Wednesdays in the month, so this – the final new comic day – doesn’t have as much on the plate as other weeks might. But, even still, there’s bound to be something [...]

July 29, 2013 Reviews
Samurai Jack

Jack’s Back!

IDW has had some amazing announcements of late but if you’re a fan of those zany cartoons from earlier in this century then you’re in for a treat. One of the most popular cartoons of the era is now returning [...]

July 26, 2013 News
SolForge

SolForge Takes The Digital Nerd Experience Up A Notch

So you may be looking at this article and wondering why we are doing a post on a game when Comic Booked is now all about comics! Well, I’ll tell you… Even though Comic Booked  has split away from what [...]

July 24, 2013 Features
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Comic Releases for July 24, 2013

It’s almost that happy day again! Yes, that day when you walk into your local comic shop and peruse the week’s newest releases! As always, we wanted to give you some insight as to what you can expect when you [...]

July 22, 2013 Reviews
Nightcrawler

SDCC ’13: Nightcrawler Returns with a Bamf!

A lot of information was revealed at various panels over the course of SDCC this last week, and we’re still trying to both collect it all together as well as absorb it ourselves as lovers of the medium! One of [...]

July 22, 2013 News
Hell's Kitty

Independent Spotlight: Hell’s Kitty

Ever heard of the web series Hell’s Kitty? If you haven’t, you’re missing out. It’s a great little series that covers both the comedy and horror genres and focuses on a guy and his cat… but it’s not your general everyday [...]

July 20, 2013 Reviews
Red Sonja 1 (Nicola Scott)

Review: Red Sonja #1

There’s been a lot of talk about the new Red Sonja book from Dynamite, with a story written by Gail Simone (Batgirl, Birds of Prey) but I’m always one for giving new books a try and, to be honest, I have been [...]

July 18, 2013 Reviews
Doctor Who

IDW Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who

I’m a long-time fan of Doctor Who, having grown up watching it as a kid (with Peter Davison being my first Doctor) and loving the revamped series that began in 2005. I really got into the recent generation of the Doctor [...]

July 17, 2013 News
My Little Pony #9 (SDCC Exclusive Cover)

IDW Launches Special SDCC Editor for My Little Pony

Although it’s not a book that is in my list of interested reads, I do appreciate what IDW does for many major franchises. They have done a fantastic job in maintaining the energy and excitement of the G.I.Joe and Transformers franchises in [...]

July 17, 2013 News
The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone Gets New Life From J. Michael Straczynski

Hot on the heels of the Heroes announcement yesterday, Dynamite is now announcing that they have another TV franchise coming under its wing: The Twilight Zone. I loved the old TV series starring Rod Serling, but I also have a [...]

July 17, 2013 News
Robotech

It Had to Happen: Robotech Meets Voltron

2 of the most recognizable anime franchises to children of the 1980s and 90s come together for the first time! Apart from the toys that I (and undoubtedly many others) used to create this crossover the first time round, we [...]

July 17, 2013 News
The Heart of the Beast

“The Heart of the Beast” Celebrates its 20th Anniversary

20 years ago, the graphic novel The Heart of the Beast was published. It combines a gothic setting of yesteryear with more of a modern feel… well, modern for the 1990s. The book was written by Dean Motter and Judith Dupré, [...]

July 17, 2013 News