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Big Marvel Summer 2015 News

Looks like Marvel Comics is digging deep to bring us a fresh batch of events in 2015. These are things that you would never expect from Marvel! Check out the previews for Marvel Summer 2015. Umm… I think I saw [...]

October 16, 2014 News
Civil War Graphic Audio®

Marvel Comics Goes GraphicAudio®

Marvel Comics Goes GraphicAudio®? Why would anyone want to listen to these stories and not see the glorious pictures along with them!?  My dad loves listening to books but he hates reading so I suppose these would be great for [...]

March 1, 2013 Reviews
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“Level Up” Gaming News – NYCC Edition

NYCC was this past weekend, and of course that means that lots of comic news was unleashed upon the world. But NYCC also had its fair share of gaming news as well, and even some hybrid comic/gaming news. Let’s take [...]

October 15, 2012 Reviews
Civil War ended with Cap arrested for leading the anti-registration resistance

Avengers Spotlight: Captain America

In the weeks leading up to the May 4th U.S. release of Marvel’s upcoming Avengers movie, ComicBooked.com will profile the comic book history of the core members from the super team. If you need to catch up, our initial installments [...]

March 23, 2012 Reviews
Marvel's stories will now be available on Apple's iBooks

Marvel Graphic Novels Now Available On iBooks

Hot on the heels of Image Comics announcement that their hit series The Walking Dead will be made available through Apple’s iBooks store, Marvel has revealed that readers can now purchase many of their titles from the platform as well. [...]

February 28, 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
Obama and Spidey feature

All Art is Propaganda: Politics and Social Issues in Comics

Many people argue that politics have no place in comics.  For better or worse, politics have always been part of comics, as anyone who reads them can tell you.  Sure, we have all seen the faces of political leaders staring [...]

January 10, 2012 Features, Reviews
Stuart Moore will adapt Civil War to prose format for Marvel

Marvel Makes the Move to Prose With Civil War

Marvel is making the move into classic literature. OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but beginning in June, fans will start seeing some of Marvel’s biggest stories on other shelves in their local bookstores. That’s right; Marvel’s going [...]

December 20, 2011 Reviews
Barnes and Noble is proud to announce their partnership with Marvel Comics

Marvel Digital Graphic Novels Available on NOOK Tablet

Barnes and Noble’s new NOOK Tablet has made a splash in the digital world, offering readers a new outlet for their books, web browsing and more. The big news today, however, has been about Marvel and their embrace of the [...]

November 8, 2011 Reviews
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In Marvel Universe, Hammer Wields You!

As is de rigueur with comic book crossovers these days, Marvel’s latest epic Fear Itself will have its own follow-up spin-off Fearless. Beginning in October, the twelve-issue series will serve as a sequel to the storyline. Over on io9, Tom [...]

September 6, 2011 Features, Reviews
What’s it Like Being a Collector these Days?

What’s it Like Being a Collector these Days?

Spider-Man never runs. Batman never smiles. Iron man never drinks. And comic book collectors rarely stop grinning at the stacks of “cool” issue #1s they just bought for pennies on the dollar. They can provide plenty of entertainment, 24/7. I [...]

August 23, 2010 Reviews