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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
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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 Features
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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 Features, Interviews
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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
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 Interviews
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Jesse Grillo Gets Comic Booked!

I recently had the opportunity to interview Jesse Grillo, the writer behind Bleeding Ink Comics, and the creator of the comic book Patriot.   What got you into writing comic books, and as a storyteller, what attracts you to the medium? [...]

March 30, 2012 Features
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Review: Superman #1

This comic is our first glimpse of Superman in the present of the DCnU and five years into his superhero career.  Unlike Action Comics #1, where we see his early days as a costumed crusader, Superman #1 shows the Man [...]

September 30, 2011 Features
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Review: Aquaman #1

I want to like Aquaman.  Despite the fact that he’s the laughingstock of the superhero world, and he seems like the most ineffectual member of the Justice League,  I’ve always felt that Aquaman had the potential to be cool.  Sure, [...]

September 30, 2011 Features
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Review: Wonder Woman #1

I didn’t know what to expect from this comic.  While I’m familiar with her origin and the basic elements of her world, I admit that I’ve read only a couple of Wonder Woman comics.  I haven’t even read a single [...]

September 22, 2011 Features
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Review: Green Lantern #1

This issue is one of the few comics in the New 52 that doesn’t break cleanly from recent continuity.  Instead of presenting a reboot of Green Lantern or a retelling of his origin, Geoff Johns continues the story that we saw [...]

September 15, 2011 Features

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