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Why I Care About Death In Comics

The following article is based on the opinions held by its writer, Victor Correa. The opinions are not necessarily reflected by ComicBooked.com, its contributors or sponsors. This article is coming hot off the heels of Batman Inc. #8. Even though this issue [...]

March 7, 2013 Features, ZDONOTUSE
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Make Mine Marvel Again: Introduction

I know what you’re all thinking.  “Crap.  Jeff’s going to talk about Marvel and how they’ve crossed him yet again.”  But chill for five and hear me out.  Travel with me, if you will, to a time not long ago, [...]

February 7, 2013 Features
Marvel Now Captain America #1

Review: Captain America #1

Though free of Marvel’s requisite Post-Crossover Sadness Time, the latest Captain America #1 never makes for anything more than mild curiosity. A comic that delights in its own anachronism, but it’s only an ironic pose. Overeager to show off its [...]

November 25, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Artist Profile: Mitch and Bettie Breitweiser

Mitch and Bettie Breitweiser are nothing short of an artistic power couple. Since 2005, they have been drawing their way through dozens of Marvel titles with Mitch laying down the pencils and inks and Bettie providing the colors.  Mitch and Bettie [...]

November 23, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Cover to Uncanny Avengers #1

Review: Uncanny Avengers #1

A brain surgery is one way to start a reboot.  At least, that’s how Rick Remender and John Cassaday open ​Uncanny Avengers​, the image of Scott Summers as Phoenix shown in the eye of a patient–who turns out to be [...]

October 12, 2012 Features
Bill Siekiewicz

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Artist Spotlight

This week’s Comic Revolt takes a look at game-changing artists in the medium of comic books. Let’s face it. Without the artists, we would have no comics. Since there is an incredible number of artists that have or continue to [...]

October 4, 2012 Features
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Review: Avengers vs. X-Men Round 12

Warning: Spoilers Ahead If you still haven’t read the last issue Avengers vs. X-Men #11, Cyclops killed Charles Xavier and took down his girlfriend Emma Frost to make Scott Summers the new Dark Phoenix. Yes they even went so far [...]

October 3, 2012 Features
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Review: Avengers vs. X-Men #11

There is no way for me to talk about this issue without giving away some spoilers.  It’s completely impossible for me to review this issue without doing so.  You have been warned!   Avengers vs. X-Men has all led up [...]

September 14, 2012 Features
Daredevil vs. Archangel

FURIOUS OUTRAGE:Avengers vs. X-Men

Jean Grey is loved and adored by fans worldwide.   I need people to understand that I get that.  She is one of the founding team members and she is incredibly special to fans and comic writers alike.   As [...]

September 9, 2012 Features
Spider Man

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Spider-Man Turns 50

Comic Revolt pays tribute to the outside-the-box thinking that Stan Lee and Steve Ditko used in creating Peter Parker, the amazing Spider-Man. In the year 2012, it’s hard to imagine Spider-Man as anything but your archetypal comic book character with [...]

August 30, 2012 Features
DC Comics, Batman, Hero Complex, Kickstart Comics, Marvel, Jack Kirby

Comics Portal: The Story’s the Thing

As a “seasoned” comics reader (meaning I’ve been buying comics for years numbering in the decades), I’ve noticed that the way I choose my books has changed over time. When I first began, all I cared about was the character [...]

August 21, 2012 Features
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Review: Avengers vs. X-Men #9

To recap: Namor attacked Wakanda and pretty much destroyed the place.   The Avengers were able to defeat Namor and caused the Phoenix Force to leave him but made the remaining 4 X-Men even stronger.   The Avengers retreated to [...]

August 14, 2012 Features
Captain Marvel #1

Review: Captain Marvel #1

For the first time in what feels like ages, a Marvel comic is released without being stuffed to the gills with advertisements.  That might actually speak to a problem in the publishing world of securing advertisers, but it’s welcome to [...]

July 19, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Comic Confidential #7- How Can We Save Printed Comics?

    In a recent installment of “Comic Confidential,” I talked about the death of the printed comic and the rise of digital sales.   I also talked with fellow comic creator Mike Hall about education comics and how that could [...]

May 26, 2012 Features
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Comic Confidential #6 – Education Comics With Mike Hall

In the last installment of Comic Confidential, I chatted with Michael Hall about his current indie comic Helldorado.   Here’s the second part of the interview.   We talk about his work in educational comics.   Personally I think it’s a great idea that can grab a lot [...]

May 18, 2012 Features

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