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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Steve Niles, Mr. DIY

In this week’s Comic Revolt, I spent time talking with Steve Niles about the never-ending story that seems to be his life and career in comics. The man has more comics in the works than most writers have produced in [...]

September 27, 2012 Features
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Star Trek: The Redshirt’s Tale Review

Redshirts. They’re the butt of infinite jokes involving Star Trek: The Original Series. These were the men and women on the security team who often met up with untimely death in the name of exploration. They were expendable and after [...]

September 18, 2012 Features
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DC Comics And Beyond – Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom #1

In my most recent Comics Portal column, I talked about how I’m giving new characters and situations a chance these days. I did mention that I still enjoy classic heroes as well, and one of my faves is the Rocketeer, [...]

August 22, 2012 Features
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: A Chat with 44 Flood

In this week’s Comic Revolt, I spoke with the collective 44 Flood about the success of their Tome Kickstarter campaign. Their original funding goal was $18,400, but finished at an amazing $132,538 when the final bell was rung. Comprised of [...]

August 17, 2012 Features
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Bullet Reviews Extra: Free Comic Book Day 2012

Well, Free Comic Book day is now a week behind us and we’ve all had a chance to fully enjoy the books and other stuff we got during the event. I personally hope everyone had a great FCBD and I [...]

May 11, 2012 Features
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Comic Confidential #3 – The Future of the Printed Comic.

Warning! Before you start reading this, please read this disclaimer: “Everything you are about to read is an opinion. At no time should you think these are facts or the opinions of Comicbooked.com.” – Raphael Moran There’s no denying it. [...]

April 19, 2012 Features
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Bullet Reviews #52: No Aliens Here, Just a Whole Lot of MUTANTS!

It’s that time again: Bullet Reviews! Covering some of the many fine books that have come out in the last two weeks and, boy, do we have a variety for you this time around: The Culling #1, Elephantmen #38, Fables #115, [...]

April 3, 2012 Features
Comic Booked Best of 2011

Best of 2011: Best Adapted Series

As 2011 comes to a close, it’s safe to say that it has been a banner year for the comics industry and fans alike. Here at Comic Booked, we have always taken our comics pretty seriously, and after a stellar [...]

December 29, 2011 Features
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Alan Robert Gets Comic Booked!

It’s no secret: I’ve been excited about Alan Robert’s Crawl to Me since Issue #1 was given to me by the folks at IDW. Since then, it’s been my pleasure to review the first three issues (review of #1, review of [...]

October 19, 2011 Interviews
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That Hellbound Train Review: The Long and Short of It

There are comic books, and then there are comic books that change everything. I consider Locke & Key by IDW to be one of them.  I jumped on late with this series and was looking for another title to try. [...]

July 14, 2011 Features
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Brian Lynch Gets Comic Booked!

While he may not quite be a household name yet, writer Brian Lynch is certainly not a name that anyone will soon be forgetting. Lynch is best known for his writing work on the comic series Angel: After The Fall; [...]

January 16, 2011 Interviews
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Heroes And Villains: More Than A Comic Book Store

There are 2 comic book stores here in town that I visit frequently, one of them is Heroes and Villains. The staff is very friendly, the owner super cool and Eric is… well Eric, and if you ask him he [...]

October 27, 2010 Features
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Andy Schmidt Gets Comic Booked!

Everyone has one in them, it’s that story that tugs at the heart and isn’t just a story for the purpose of telling one. We all have stories that are important to us and we need to get out, whether [...]

September 7, 2010 Features
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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. [...]

August 23, 2010 Features
Catching up with @Joe_Corroney about the new True Blood Comics!

Catching up with @Joe_Corroney about the new True Blood Comics!

I recently got the opportunity of befriending Joe Corroney, a great artist known for his work on Star Wars comics. Lately, Joe’s been in the limelight for some newer ventures of his – delving into the quirky and catchy world [...]

July 20, 2010 News

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