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Review: Marvel Avengers Alliance

Marvel Avengers Alliance is the latest video game release from Marvel, available now via Facebook. Unlike the latest console releases, this game focuses on social interaction, instead of super powered moves and the latest in graphics. You play as an [...]

March 4, 2012 Reviews
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Editorial: Archie Comics’ Liberal Agenda

Archie Andrews has been around since 1941, and during that time, his greatest concern has been whether Archie will finally choose between Betty or Veronica. After all these years of dealing with the issue of blond or brunette, the comic-book [...]

February 22, 2012 Features, Reviews
By Chris Yost and Ryan Stegman

Review: Scarlet Spider #1

Marvel has returned the Scarlet Spider to comic book fans. Ben Riley, the original Scarlet Spider and the clone you hated to love, died way back in Spider-Man #75. Long time web heads will recognize crazier clone Kaine coming in [...]

January 12, 2012 Reviews

Review: OnLive Gaming App For Android

OnLive, the cloud gaming service, has launched an app bringing cloud gaming to Android devices. Just for downloading the mobile app, a free copy of Lego Batman was included with this launch.     My phone the Samsung Nexus S, [...]

December 8, 2011 Reviews

A Comic Booked Christmas Giveaway

It’s the holiday season and here at Comic Booked we believe in the spirit of giving. So, over the next few weeks we will be giving away some FREE gifts! If you like free gifts then you will be wondering [...]

December 7, 2011 Reviews

Overweight Comic Characters

The onslaught of calories that the holidays bring are just beginning. A little time off of work and a full belly means catching up on some overdue comic book, reading, and video game playing for the average fan. Whether you [...]

November 22, 2011 Features

Dark Horse Android Survey

Dark Horse Comics wants to know your opinion on an Android app. An official Android app from Dark Horse has been eagerly awaited by fans. With their reputation for contests and giveaways, it’s sure to be a must for any Dark [...]

November 21, 2011 Reviews

Women of Wonder 2011

On October 30th for the past six years and in three cities across the nation, Women of Wonder has been raising money and awareness about domestic violence. Dressing up as the amazonian princess may not be your idea of  helping [...]

October 30, 2011 Reviews

Review: Spider-Man Edge of Time

Released Oct. 4, Spider-Man: Edge of Time is the latest release from Activision. The same company that brought us the last Spidey game on console, Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions. Miguel O’Hara makes a return to video games as someone from his [...]

October 25, 2011 Reviews
Batman/Superman #85: Who Cares?!

Batman/Superman #85: Who Cares?!

When a Gotham City reporter is murdered to keep Batman’s true identity a secret, Clark Kent departs for Gotham to work the case. The story arc for Batman/Superman #85 is titled “The Secret”.  Normally this is where I, a considerate [...]

June 23, 2011 Reviews

2011 Eagle Awards Winners

This last Saturday May the 27th, the 2011 Eagle Awards were presented at the London MCM Expo. Judging the best of the U.K. and the U.S. took place with Grant Morrison winning Favorite Writer. Artist J.H. Williams III won both Favorite Artist -Pencils and Favorite artist – [...]

June 1, 2011 Reviews

Is the New Venom a Haunt Rip Off?

Reading the new Venom story-arc, one gets a feeling of deja vu.  Something seems strangely familiar here. If you have read Image Comics current run of Haunt, that may go a long way in explaining this phenomena. Is the new [...]

March 30, 2011 Features, Reviews

Zenoscope’s Girl of the Year: Brieanna Brock

Zenoscope has named their cosplayer girl of the year and it’s Brieanna Brock! IF you are lucky enough to make it down to the San Diego Comic Con this year, be sure to stop by the Zenoscope booth where she [...]

March 5, 2011 Reviews
MvlANDGrph Bring Marvel to Android

*UPDATE* has already sent out apology emails. Stating in the email “thank you and we’re sorry”  “We appreciate your patience. Especially when the app doesn’t work correctly.” Apologizing for the force closes and multiple bugs. In an effort to [...]

February 23, 2011 Reviews

Flames of the Human Torch

The cosmic mishap that caused Johnny Storm to become the Human Torch happened to Johnny when he was still  a teenager. Like most young adults (even super powered ones) Johnny’s attentions were divided between two things, romance and everything else. Over [...]

February 23, 2011 Reviews

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