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Rob Liefeld - Deadpool artist with IBOT's Iron America

LUV TO THE ARTISTS WHO INSPIRE COSPLAYS – Favorites from Wizard World Madison

Artist Alley – best part of the con!  LUV the guys that bring us vivid eyefuls of Deadpool antics, harried damsels in distress saved by Superman, amazing fighting teams in Armored Forces, Powder Puff pizazz and or the artist that [...]

February 13, 2015 Cosplay, Features
NYCC 2014

Con Report: New York Comic Con – Day 2

Day two of New York Comic Con started off for me with with an immediate dash to the Marvel booth. They were having a drawing for a 75th anniversary signing event which featured 75 creators that have done work for [...]

October 11, 2014 Features

Secret Origin Sunday: Magog

Kingdom Come is one of, if not THE most important comic book events of the 1990s.  If you haven’t read it, you really need to.  It is a highlight in about the middle of the writing resume of comic book [...]

July 13, 2014 Features
Week 15 Picture 1

Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 15

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 [...]

April 13, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Action Comics #19

Dear DC: What’s Going On With Your Writers and Editors?

I’ve been quite critical of DC and how their creative teams keep jumping around for many of the books. In the first 2 years of many titles, we have seen many a creative team switch after only a single story [...]

March 20, 2013 Features
Cyclops in a big doofy helmet

Poll: Most Embarrassing Moments of 2012

Before 2012 wraps up, please join me for one last awkward, slippery, cringe worthy trip down memory lane! In 2012 the comic book industry had its fair share of scandalous, controversial, and downright embarrassing moments. Let’s give them a final [...]

December 31, 2012 Features, ZDONOTUSE
Deathstroke #0

Review: Deathstroke #0

So, we come to this:  the conclusion to Rob Liefeld’s run on ​Deathstroke​, ending with a gimmick.  A fitting capstone to his casual, one could say accidental, subversion of superhero comic books.  As in ​Savage Hawkman​ and ​Grifter​, there’s a [...]

September 24, 2012 Features
Grifter #12--why'd he paint his face like his mask?

Review: Grifter #12

In this comic, there is not one, but two dramatic reveals where someone who was previously thought beaten had really planned it all along.  You know, because Batman does that sort of thing all the time, so here it’s two [...]

August 24, 2012 Features

Rob Liefeld Calls it Quits with DC Comics

Rob Liefeld, the current writer and artist on DC book Deathstroke announced via his twitter account earlier today that he would be parting ways with the publisher after September’s #0 issue. This may not come as a shock for most [...]

August 22, 2012 Features

Bullet Reviews #71

It’s Tuesday. Around here we know it’s Bullet Reviews Day as we take a look as some of the industry’s recent releases and see if maybe something might be worth trying this week. New books are always a good idea! [...]

August 21, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Savage Hawkman #11

Review: The Savage Hawkman #11

I have to admire Rob Liefeld and his ​Savage Hawkman​ team.  For the eleventh issue (their third since taking over the title), they display a creative use of formula that has been used in all three of the New 52 [...]

July 26, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

It Came From The Longbox #10: Lobo: The Last Czarnian

Deep within my collection there are books long forgotten, either by chance or by choice.  It Came From The Longbox is where some of these books will find a new life, if only for a single review… With recent rumors about [...]

June 8, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Prophet #25

Review: Prophet #25

There’s a scene in the last half of this issue of Prophet where a John Prophet clone, Andronocles, lures a monster that resembles a cross between one of Lovecraft’s shoggoths and the colossi from Fumito Ueda’s Shadow of the Colossus [...]

May 25, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Image Comics

Podcast Preview – Twenty Years of Image

Back in 1992, a group of comic artists and writers from Marvel became dissatisfied with the company’s practice of retaining the rights to the characters they wrote and created.  That was twenty years ago and, to put it in perspective, [...]

May 2, 2012 Features


How about some news and pictures of the sweet stuff that’s going to be available at ECCC from our friends at Image Comics?!   Exclusive covers, prints, and T-shirts at the March 30-April 1 convention Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) is celebrating [...]

March 22, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

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