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Stan Lee made an appearance at this weekend's Wizard World Philly

Wizard World Philly 2012: Stan Lee

Let’s face it, Stan Lee is a living legend. I even went so far as to purchase my first VIP pass just for the chance to get a picture with him. As I waited in line for my photo-op I counted at [...]

June 3, 2012 Features, Reviews
Basic CMYK

Valiant LIVE: X-O Manowar #1 Panel – One of a Kind Online Experience

All publishers have held panels at the big conventions, whether it’s to announce important news or interact with their fans, using the Internet to get the information to those who can’t attend in person. Now Valiant is getting ahead of [...]

May 1, 2012 Reviews
Marvel Infinite Comics logo.

Marvel’s Infinite Comics Push Digitial Boundaries

A promo for Marvel’s Infinite Comics format asks, “Are you ready? For the future of comics at your fingertips.” A lot of time has spent talking about the future: of people, culture, medicine, technology, and in this case, comics. Sometimes, [...]

April 12, 2012 Reviews
Print

Conventions vs Internet

I loved conventions (Ok I still do). There is something about seeing different booths displaying comics that I don’t get to see every day. Many Silver Age #1’s and Key Issues were drooled over as I asked to see them [...]

March 16, 2012 Features
GetGlue is a new social media that rewards users for checking in

A Comic Booked Guide To GetGlue

Social media is all the rage these days. With the popularity of websites like Facebook and Twitter, where people can interact with complete strangers and form bonds that they haven’t with even people they went to high school with, it [...]

February 28, 2012 Reviews
By Katie Cook

Web Comics Wednesday – Creatures

Web Comics Wednesday is celebrating the premiere of last night’s television series, The River. As such, we’ve collected five webcomics that focus on the life and times of various Creatures that range from cuddly to devious and every aspect in [...]

February 8, 2012 Reviews
By Nate Piekos

Web Comics Wednesday – Fantasy

There are no set rules to the FANTASY genre. Basically, if you can think it, it fits. Whether it’s swords and sorcery, an enchanted guitar, or a boy dressed like a cat, the idea of fantasy can encompass nearly anything. Today’s Web [...]

February 1, 2012 Reviews
By Nicholas Gurewitch

Web Comics Wednesday – Obscure Humor

Not all webcomics have to have a deep, philosophical story or years of characterization and continuity to be a success. In fact, many webcomics don’t even have to make sense to garner a fanbase. Today, we’ll look at 5 webcomics [...]

January 25, 2012 Reviews
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 of websites ranging from Wikipedia to Imgur, Congress has wasted no time in backing away from a bill [...]

January 20, 2012 Features
Credit to Paul Tassi, Forbes contributor

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 unfamiliar with SOPA (that’s the Stop Online Piracy Act), it’s a piece of anti-piracy legislation currently [...]

January 18, 2012 Features
Story & Art by Brad Colbow & Brad Dielman

Web Comics Wednesday – Tech

Who doesn’t love technology? Waking up Christmas day and unwrapping that new shiny toy that allows you to access the internet from the strangest of places, like a train heading to the big city or the bathroom of a pizzeria? [...]

January 17, 2012 Reviews
Art and story by Bob Scott

Web Comics Wednesday – Animal Companions

Between Peanuts and Calvin and Hobbes, comic strips featuring a young kid and their pet sidekick are a dime a dozen. But regardless of the oversaturation of the premise, there are still many comics that do the concept of Animal Companion well. [...]

January 11, 2012 Reviews
By Scott Johnson

Web Comics Wednesday – Geekery

We’re going to start 2012 off right… By getting back to our roots. For the first Web Comics Wednesday of the new year, let’s take a look at a few comics devoted to GEEKERY. From video games, to comic books, [...]

January 4, 2012 Reviews
By Chris Noeth

Web Comics Wednesday – Heroines

Wow. It looks like 2011 is coming to a close. While it’s going to be business as usual here at Web Comics Wednesday, the end of the year is something to note. But anyway, today’s theme is a celebration of [...]

December 28, 2011 Reviews
Art and Story by Vitaly S. Alexius

Web Comics Wednesday – End Of The World

In case you haven’t noticed, today marks one year until what the Mayans predicted to be the end of the world, December 21, 2012. So what better way to celebrate the final year of existence than by taking a look [...]

December 21, 2011 Reviews