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Review: Indestructible Hulk #1

I was on the fence about this book. Every writer comes in with something about new for the Hulk. Very few have been able to give it the twist it needs to make it a little more interesting. So, of [...]

November 26, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Friday Humor: New York Comic Con in One Word

  Story by Rob Lee for Comic Booked. Requited answers to a Desperate writer feeling the Tension of a possible Reckoning if he doesn’t get a Good interview New York Comic Con and recently presented the opportunity to interview [...]

October 19, 2012 Features
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Breaking Into Comics

This week’s Comic Revolt begins the first installment of an ongoing look at breaking into the comic business as a writer by focusing on getting started. Each  subsequent installment will look at the submission process, finding an artist, and models [...]

October 18, 2012 Features
DC Comics, New 52, Scott Snyder, Batman, Talon, Court of Owls, James T. Tynion IV, Guillem March, Mark Waid, Dark Knight, Watchmen, Zero issues, Sixth Gun, Star Trek, Hit-Girl

DC Comics And Beyond – Talon #0

The “Zero” issues from DC’s “New 52” “come to a close this week, so I’m focusing on the excellent Talon #0. Here’s the book’s description: “A new series featuring the Court of Owls’ unstoppable killing machine! Meet Calvin Rose, the [...]

September 26, 2012 Features
DC Comics, Dan DiDio, Marvel Comics, comics, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Batman, Mark Waid, Valiant, Todd Dezago, Perhapanauts, Raph Moran, Tony Calandra,

Comics Portal: Another Great Baltimore Comic-Con!

I attend several comics (and sci-fi) conventions each year, but one I particularly enjoy is the Baltimore Comic-Con! While other cons (short for “conventions”) try to be many things to many people, Baltimore Comic-Con really exists for one thing and [...]

September 10, 2012 Features
Rocketeer, Mark Waid, Dave Stevens, Cliff Secord, IDW, DC Comics, Batman,

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
DC Comics, Batman, Hero Complex, Kickstart Comics, Marvel, Jack Kirby

Comics Portal: The Story’s the Thing

As a “seasoned” comics reader (meaning I’ve been buying comics for years numbering in the decades), I’ve noticed that the way I choose my books has changed over time. When I first began, all I cared about was the character [...]

August 21, 2012 Features
The symbol Superman is known in DC Comics by!

Comics Portal: Whatever Happened to Superman?

Welcome to the weekly column in which I preview upcoming comics, talk about industry trends, and just get things off my chest! The last few days I’ve been thinking about the news that Grant Morrison is leaving Action Comics. There’s [...]

July 30, 2012 Features

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” – Raphael Moran There’s no denying it. [...]

April 19, 2012 Features, ZDONOTUSE
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The Digital Age: A Comic Book Singularity

In the beginning, there was Superman. The history of superhero comics is divided into generally accepted “Ages”, and it all began with Superman.  The Golden Age was kicked off by Action Comics #1, the debut of Superman, and superheroes proliferated [...]

April 18, 2012 Features, ZDONOTUSE

Graphic Novel Recommendation: Kingdom Come

“There were voices, and thunderings, and lightenings, and an earthquake. and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood. There fell a great star from Heaven, burning as if it were a lamp.  And I beheld and heard an angel, [...]

September 19, 2011 ZDONOTUSE
Boom! Studios gets Comic Booked

Boom! Studios gets Comic Booked

BOOM! Studios is a unique publishing house specializing in high-profile projects across a wide variety of different genres from some of the industry’s biggest talents, including Philip K. Dick‘s DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?, The Henson Company’s FARSCAPE, and [...]

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