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Genesis Of The Story- Seth Jacob’s The Absolutes

Many of the contributing writers here at Comicbooked are not just comic fans, but we’re also comic creators! It’s one of the many reasons our site is so unique compared to other comic websites. Seth Jacob is one of the [...]

September 22, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Review: The Absolutes #1

​Full Disclosure:  Writer Seth Jacob is a fellow contributor here at Comic Booked. Though they don’t break ground that hasn’t been dug through by ​​The Authority​, Seth Jacob and Robert Rath do offer a scathing view of the cape comic [...]

August 30, 2012 Reviews

Ramon Villalobos & Craig Cermak II Talk Vitruvian Underground

Vitruvian Underground is an awesome independent comic that I recently reviewed, and I talked to the creators of the book about the origins of the idea and their creative process.  Ramon Villalobos wrote and colored the comic, but he’s also [...]

June 1, 2012 Reviews

Review: Vitruvian Underground #1

I found the cool indie comic Vitruvian Underground when I stumbled on the amazing artwork of Ramon Villalobos.  Villalobos’ work has been featured on Project Rooftop, and his incredible illustration of the new Captain Marvel compelled me to look through [...]

June 1, 2012 Reviews

Review: Prophet #25

Prophet is one of my favorite comics currently being published, and my favorite of the series that debuted under the Extreme Studios relaunch.  The relaunch of Extreme Studios took Rob Liefield creations that had lain dormant for years, and it [...]

May 26, 2012 Reviews
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Rex Velvet Interrogates a Superhero in his Latest Video

Rex Velvet, the real life “super villain” who has previously announced his hatred of real life “superhero” Phoenix Jones in a few entertaining and well produced YouTube videos, has released yet another video today! Rex Velvet can be seen in [...]

May 23, 2012 Reviews

Review: Danger Club #2

Image Comics‘ Danger Club started with a bang in an extremely enjoyable first issue that showed us a world where all the adult superheroes have  gone missing after an epic battle in space.  That first issue introduced us to a [...]

May 20, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Captain Atom #9

I’ve been saying for a while now that Captain Atom is one of the most under appreciated relaunched series of the New 52.  It’s a comic that has gone mostly unnoticed, and if it’s sales numbers are any indication, it’s [...]

May 20, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Scarlet Spider #5

Look, here’s the thing:  I’ve always been a huge fan of Scarlet Spider.  I know that’s not the most popular opinion on the character that sprung out of the Clone Saga, one of the most ridiculed Spider-Man storylines of all [...]

May 11, 2012 Reviews

Review: Ultimate Comics: The Ultimates #10

We’re ten issues into this series, and some huge stuff is going on.  This is the first issue that sees Sam Humphries joining Jonathan Hickman in the writing process, and with this issue, the Ultimate  Universe diverges wildly from its [...]

May 10, 2012 Reviews

Review: Supreme #64

This second issue of the relaunched Supreme comic is the first to continue from where Alan Moore left off.  The previous issue was the last  of Alan Moore’s scripts for the series, and Moore left the series with an army [...]

May 2, 2012 Reviews

Mark Waid’s Digital Imprint “Thrillbent” Goes Live

Mark Waid, one  of the industry’s most vocal supporters of digital comics, has just launched his digital comics imprint.  Thrillbent is live right now, and you can currently access his proof of concept comic Luther, written Waid, with art by [...]

May 1, 2012 Reviews
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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, Reviews
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C2E2: Amazing Spider-Man Panel News

C2E2 is currently going on in Chicago, and there’s been a lot of exciting news.  Here’s the latest information to come out of Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man Panel! Dan Slott on Amazing Spider-Man, Ends of The Earth, and The Lizard: “Spider-Man [...]

April 14, 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

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