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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 45

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would [...]

November 9, 2013 Features
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NYCC: A Look at the IDW Announcements

We summarized a bunch of the Marvel announcements from this past weekend earlier, and now we are doing the same for the big announcements and press releases that IDW has made! Let’s take a look… We had a separate announcement [...]

October 15, 2013 Reviews
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Collecting the King | Captain America #199 and #200

This week at ComicBooked.com I returned to my role as an online contributor after many months away working behind the scenes for the company. And I am very much looking forward to bringing you all the quality content you love. [...]

May 5, 2013 Features, Reviews
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 4

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would [...]

January 26, 2013 Reviews
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Silver Age Stories Stan Lee Special: Fantastic Firsts!

Stan Lee IS Silver Age Marvel. Not only was he the editor, but he wrote almost every book, and was the creator for the vast majority of their superhero properties. And today, he turns 90. So, in celebration of the [...]

December 28, 2012 Reviews
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Silver Age Stories: The X-Men #8

The X-Men were my way into the Marvel Universe, as I imagine they were for many kids in the mid 90s. There was THAT animated TV Show, and for those of us in the UK, Panini published a book called [...]

December 9, 2012 Reviews
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Required Reading: Death of the New Gods

It’s not part of DC’s New 52, so you may be wondering why this book would be on the required reading list. The New Gods themselves have yet to make a strong appearance in the New 52, but they are [...]

October 16, 2012 Reviews
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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 Reviews
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Comics Portal: Hope to See You Soon, Stan Lee!

I just absolutely hate it when news like this comes across our site! It’s so tough when someone I consider to be bigger than life faces what appears to be a bad time! Recently, Scorpio Moon reported here on ComicBooked.Com [...]

September 24, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Moranic Reviews- Tales Of The Night Watchman

There’s a lot of buzz about the upcoming Before Watchmen books, but I’m here to talk about the other Watchman series that most of you probably never knew about and guess what, this one has nothing to do with DC’s cash [...]

June 6, 2012 Reviews
Skuds Mckinley Gets Comic Booked!

Skuds Mckinley Gets Comic Booked!

I had an opportunity to talk to Skuds Mckinley, the artist behind the book I’ll Take You To The Moon and Leave You There.   Here’s our conversation about his art process, his artistic influences, and his thoughts on creator owned [...]

April 5, 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
Dennis Hopeless and Jamie McKelvie bring the mutants to the modern times

Review: X-Men Season One

One of the downfalls to having characters that have spanned nearly fifty years, accumulating a library of stories within that time, is that their early adventures seem dated. The references become obscured, the lingo old-fashioned; it gets to a point [...]

March 21, 2012 Reviews
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What is it Worth to Me?

I have been spending more money than I have ever done before on comic books, and I don’t mean because of the inflated cover prices. At a time when I was hesitant on spending $3 for a back issue; new [...]

February 17, 2012 Features
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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