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Halloween Pumpkin Carvings Inspired by Comics, Games, Movies, & TV

There’s a chill in the air, leaves on the ground, and the spooky nighttime things are gathering and biding their time. That’s right, Halloween is almost upon us! This year we are fortunate enough to have Halloween and new comics [...]

October 25, 2012 Features
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Kickstarter Spotlight – AKA: One in the Chamber

Kickstarter has become a lightning rod for innovative comic projects– and so much more. There are currently exciting Kickstarter campaigns in full swing for projects like LUST from Steve Niles, Ben Templemith, Menton3, and the 44FLOOD crew. Another project that [...]

October 24, 2012 Features
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Music & Comics: How They Influence Each Other

There are countless examples throughout the last 50 years of music and comics influencing one another. When I initially started thinking about this topic (yes, I spend more time than I care to admit pondering such things) quite a few [...]

October 18, 2012 Features
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Daredevil: End of Days #1 Review

I don’t review many Marvel comics here on ComicBooked.com. When I noticed that none of the other writers had yet to review Daredevil: End of Days #1, I decided to rectify this situation. While my review efforts are almost always concentrated [...]

October 8, 2012 Features
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Comic Review: Happy #1

The highly-anticipated new four-issue comic miniseries, Happy, from Grant Morrison, Darick Robertson, and Image Comics starts this week. As everyone probably knows by now, Grant Morrison is currently taking a break from superheroes for the most part to work on [...]

September 25, 2012 Features
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The Victories #1 Comic Review

The release of one of the most anticipated comics of the year is finally upon us. That’s right, The Victories #1, written and illustrated by Michael Avon Oeming and published by Dark Horse Comics, comes out this week. The Victories [...]

August 14, 2012 Features
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Dave Gibbons Says Before Watchmen “Really Not Canon”

The Before Watchmen comics debate has really polarized the comics community. On one side are the people who share Watchmen writer and co-creator, Alan Moore‘s, contempt for the project as nothing but a transparent cash-grab by DC Comics–the type situation [...]

July 28, 2012 Features
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Video Game Review: Lollipop Chainsaw

Lollipop Chainsaw the latest video game from developer Grasshopper Manufacture, and published by Warner Bros. Interactive. I had eagerly been awaiting this game for months, as each new video teaser dropped promising a self-aware, zombie-themed, third-person action free-for-all that conjured [...]

June 15, 2012 Games and Gaming
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Bullet Reviews #55

Sometimes we have small weeks. They make us feel empty inside, almost like we’re missing part of ourselves. Bullet Reviews are designed to help with that. Once again, each week we take a look at a few of the previous [...]

May 1, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Brandon Jerwa Gets Comic Booked!

Brandon Jerwa is a writer, musician, and maker of documentaries, that lives here in Seattle. You probably know his work from the many comic titles that he has written, including: G.I. Joe, Highlander, Battlestar Galactica, Vampirella, Transmetroploitan: All Around the [...]

April 16, 2012 Features, Interviews
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Advance Review: “Shooters” is a Powerful “Must Read”

War is hell, but it is often the wounds that don’t physically injure soldiers that can affect their lives the most. Shooters is an important new DC Comics/Vertigo graphic novel written by Eric Trautmann and Brandon Jerwa, with art by [...]

April 16, 2012 Features
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Interview With Michael Avon Oeming!

Michael Avon Oeming is a creator that should need no introduction. He has been actively working in the comic industry for nearly two decades. He has done work for a wide array of publishers, including but not limited to: Dark [...]

April 6, 2012 Interviews
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Music To Read By: We Are Young by fun.

Music means something different to everyone. A song may be meaningless to one, but for someone else, that same song may become irreversibly tied to a person or an event, conjuring up wonderful memories each time the first few bars [...]

March 26, 2012 Features
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Bullet Reviews #48: Adventure Time, Scarlet Spider, Haunt and More!

Each week at Comic Booked we like to offer Bullet Reviews of the previous week’s books in hope of introducing fellow readers to books you might not generally think about trying. This comes in handy, especially if you’re having a [...]

February 14, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Bullet Reviews #45: Spider-Man, Avengers, Prophet and More!

Each week, we at Comic Booked like to offer some quick reviews of the previous week’s books in hopes of introducing fellow readers to new books, especially if you’re having a small week! Amazing Spider-Man #678, Avengers #21, Caligula #6, [...]

January 24, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

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