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All posts by Michael Wirth

Remembering the victims of the Aurora CO attack

Vilifying Pop Culture In The Wake of Aurora, CO

[The following is the opinion of the writer and does not reflect the opinions of Comic Booked as a whole.] July 20, 2012 was a day that many people looked forward to for a long time. As the release date [...]

July 20, 2012 Features
Grace Randolph is the writer of BOOM! Studios' Supurbia

Grace Randolph Gets Comic Booked!

Super hero stories tend to get a lot of flak these days. It seems everyone has a gripe about the genre, from the stunted characterization to the lackluster story arcs. And for the most part, these complaints are valid; the [...]

June 3, 2012 Features, Interviews
Buddy Scalera will be writing Richie Rich for Ape Entertainment

Buddy Scalera Gets Comic Booked!

Many comic book professionals can be accurately labeled with the term “Jack Of All Trades”, and that phrase specifically describes comic writer Buddy Scalera. Having started in the industry with news magazine Wizard, Buddy has gone on to work on [...]

May 24, 2012 Features
The Action Room interviews Grant Morrison

The Action Room Interviews Grant Morrison!

If you’re a fan of comic books, you’ve no doubt heard of Grant Morrison. The Scotsman has worked for Marvel writing a few of their flagship characters like the X-Men and Fantastic Four as well as DC Comics, having worked [...]

April 17, 2012 Interviews
Avengers Spotlight: Hawkeye

Avengers Spotlight: Hawkeye

HYDRA FILE 152-7       SUBJECT: Hawkeye REAL NAME: Clinton Francis “Clint” Barton ALIASES: Ronin, Goliath, Golden Archer ABILITIES: Proficiency with bow and arrow, swords; no known super powers THREAT LEVEL: Medium GENDER: Male HEIGHT: 6’3” WEIGHT: 230 lbs [...]

April 3, 2012 Features
We Are Young is an appropriate anthem for many different comic book series'

Music To Read By: We Are Young by fun.

Music means something different to everyone. A song may be meaningless to one, but for someone else, that same song may become irreversibly tied to a person or an event, conjuring up wonderful memories each time the first few bars [...]

March 26, 2012 Features
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Brandon Easton Gets Comic Booked!

Brandon Easton is a guy who has his thumb in a lot of pies. At first his dreams took him down the road to be a screenwriter, enrolling himself in Boston University’s Film & TV Screenwriting program. After a few [...]

February 15, 2012 Interviews
By Nate Piekos

Web Comics Wednesday – Fantasy

There are no set rules to the FANTASY genre. Basically, if you can think it, it fits. Whether it’s swords and sorcery, an enchanted guitar, or a boy dressed like a cat, the idea of fantasy can encompass nearly anything. Today’s Web [...]

February 1, 2012 Features
Zenescope celebrates the holiday with a special Grimm Fairy Tales

Review: Grimm Fairy Tales Holiday Edition 2011

Most people don’t realize just how dark and violent the original Grimm Brothers fairy tales actually were. The stories that were heard growing up are toned down Disney versions, changing the tragedy of death and loss into the happy tales [...]

December 24, 2011 ZDONOTUSE
Evil Inc by Brad Guigar

Web Comics Wednesday! – EVIL

Long time readers of Web Comics Wednesday will be aware that the very first edition of this section was dedicated to HEROES. Well, I figured it was only fair to give some facetime to the flip-side of that equation, and [...]

November 22, 2011 Features
Get a kit. Make a plan. Be prepared.

CDC Supports Zombie Preparedness

The CDC, or the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, are raising the public’s awareness of the American governmental entity by offering free Zombie Preparedness posters to the public. As part of the current Zombie craze, and probably as a [...]

October 24, 2011 Features
Written by Kurt Christenson with art by Reilly Brown

Review – Power Play

Some artists dream their whole lives of getting the chance to draw the iconic characters, like the X-Men or Spider-Man, that they grew up with and idolized as children. Other artists would rather spend their time creating the next big [...]

October 5, 2011 Features
School Bites by Holly G.

Web Comics Wednesday Halloween Edition! – VAMPIRES

It’s Halloween again, and in honor of this cherished month, Comic Booked brings you a special edition of Web Comics Wednesday. Well, that’s not entirely true… We’re bringing you an entire month of special editions. For our first Halloween Edition [...]

October 5, 2011 Features
Despite the foaming blood, Dex-Starr is easily the cutest Red Lantern

Review: Red Lanterns #1

After the success of Blackest Night and the surprising popularity of Dex-Starr, the Red Lantern Corps have garnered a certain fanbase since their creation in 2007. Seeing the audience they draw, and figuring that there could be a certain quality [...]

September 16, 2011 Features
DigiCon happens September 10th and 11th.

Interview: Ryan Fisher Talks About DigiCon

I recently had the pleasure of getting the chance to chat with Ryan Fisher, the creator and coordinator of a new kind of Comic Con, called DigiCon. Known for his work on the hilarious webcomic Gin and Comics, Fisher took [...]

September 7, 2011 Interviews

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