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Five Things We Need to See More of in Kids’ Movies

After my review of How to Train Your Dragon 2, I got to thinking about the kinds of movies I used to watch when I was young, and although I ...
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Justice League of America #232

Lament of a Longtime Reader

Those that know me well know that I am a huge comic reader. I would not say collector, per se, but reader. Of the large quantity of comics I own, I ...
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To Cosplay Or Not To Cosplay

Welcome to Adventures In Cosplay: From Amateur To Fanatic! At every single Con event every year, fans and comic creators alike like to come to ...
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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 ...
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This is one of the first things that shows up when you Google image search "tie-in".

The Fine Art of Tie-Ins

Tie-in comics are aimed at both established and potential fans. They can act as publicity, so to speak, by crossing mediums to expose the brand (or ...
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DCNU- Thoughts From A Long-time Reader

The purpose of this editorial is not to pass judgement on the DCnU. I haven't read enough of the new books to do that yet. I've only read Justice ...
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Stop SOPA PIPA

SOPA Dies, PIPA Stalls

It’s official, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is dead! Following a wave of online protests on Wednesday, including the unprecedented blackouts ...
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What’s Wrong With SOPA?

“Everything,” if you prefer the flippant answer. And sadly, that’s not as far from the truth as we might like to believe. If you’re ...
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The Greatest Batman Game You’ll Never See

It used to be that licensed video games for Batman were “meh” at best. I remember being so excited to play Batman on the NES as a kid, to ...
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What Grinds My Gears? Unnecessary Comic Deaths and Manufactured Events!

Something has been nagging at me for some time now: gimmicky comic book marketing ploys.  We all saw the damage this practice did to the industry ...
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