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Marvel Must-Read Mondays: Civil War #1-7

Welcome back to Comic Booked’s Marvel Must-Read Mondays! Today we are spotlighting the epic Marvel comics event of 2006: Civil War! And with Captain America: Civil War still crushing it at the Box Office, what better time than now to revisit one of [...]

May 23, 2016 comics, Features
Tsum Tsums

Marvels Inside Looks: Tsum Tsum Issue 1

The global phenomenon is coming to the Marvel Universe, and they’re getting their own series! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce MARVEL TSUM TSUM #1 – an all-new limited series coming this August! Writer Jacob Chabot (The Mighty Skullboy Army) [...]

May 17, 2016 Features
Greg Land's 1:1000 Variant

Triple Digit Ratio Variants: When did $1,275.00 become a good deal?

I remember a day when the only variants you could find were newsstand vs direct edition books and then of course you had Marvel Publishing and the (in)famous Whitman reprints.  Then the ’90s hit.  When that (also infamous) decade marched [...]

May 16, 2016 Features
Black Panther

Marvels Inside Looks: BLACK PANTHER A NATION UNDER OUR FEET – PART ONE

Marvel Comics continues to present this year’s breakout Marvel Super Hero – the Black Panther – through a monthly video series that masterfully merges animated comics, commentary from Black Panther writer, Ta-Nehisi Coates. For the first episode a pulse-pounding musical score [...]

May 13, 2016 Features
Black Widow

Feige: I’m Commiting To A Black Widow Solo Movie

“We’ve announced the next nine movies, ten counting Civil War, through the end of 2019. Where we go beyond that are ongoing discussions that we’ll focus on in the next few years because we have a lot to do before [...]

May 8, 2016 Movies and TV, News
Empress by Mark Millar

Empress Movie Now In The Works

Empress, a Sci-Fi comic book by Mark Millar and Stuart Immomen for Marvel Comics imprint Icon is now officially in the works. F. Scott Frazier has been tapped for script writing duties.  Both Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum will also be [...]

May 5, 2016 Movies and TV, News
Free Comic Book Day

Free Comic Book Day 2016

Amidst the low-lying greenery and arable farmland of Suffolk England, Thomas Tusser compiled a collection of his works. It was in this book, in 1557, that we get the poem “April Showers Bring May Flowers”.  It is not only a [...]

April 29, 2016 News
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Famous Comic Book Characters that Inspired Games

Many of us were brought up on comics such as those from Marvel and DC Comics. As a result of this, many of the characters from comics have gone on to become truly cult characters that are known all around [...]

March 22, 2016 Games and Gaming
marvel mobile

5 Marvel Mobile Games You Should Play

If you are a big Marvel fan, then you probably have played most Marvel games on different consoles. However, not many have tried the mobile versions. Below are the recommended ones that I suggest you try. 1 – Marvel Future [...]

March 16, 2016 Games and Gaming
disney infinity

Big Disney Infinity News for 2016!

There was a live stream today from Disney Interactive to talk about all the great ideas and plans for this new year and beyond. We have the press release that sums it all up. Fresh from the folks at Disney [...]

March 3, 2016 Games and Gaming
dead no more

Dead No More… Marvel Teases, But We Have Answers!

Lately, Marvel Comics has been fairly quiet about upcoming events, other than Assault on Pleasant Hill, their big Spring Avengers event coming up. One thing they have done is release a couple of teaser images for another major event, Dead [...]

January 27, 2016 Features
trimming

Trimming The Fat: 2016 Edition

Every new year, people make resolutions to change their lives by trimming the fat from their lives. This could mean losing weight, dumping bad significant others, or finally getting that weird mole removed from your shoulder so you can finally [...]

January 25, 2016 Features
steve rogers

Marvel News: Steve Rogers To Return As Captain America

As a long time comic book fan and long time Marvel reader, I have gotten pretty good at knowing the cycle of things when it comes to deaths and changes in the Marvel Universe. The magic number is usually 12. [...]

January 20, 2016 Features
comic book

Revisiting the ’90s Speculative Boom That Nearly Ended The Comic Book Industry: Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our stroll down comic book memory lane. Good for some, bad for others, but either way a part of comic book history and an integral force in forming the current culture. Check out Part 1, [...]

December 2, 2015 Features
comics

Revisiting the ’90s Speculative Boom That Nearly Ended The Comic Book Industry: Part 1

I heard the complaints of the older customers – those in their twenties – who griped that the industry had ‘sold out’ and complained bitterly that books weren’t being made for them anymore …  everyone from the comic book shop [...]

December 2, 2015 Features

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