Blue Monday Grooves its Way Into a Full-Color Paperback

Fan Favorite Blue Monday Gets a Full Color Release from Image Comics Chynna Clugston Flores (IT GIRL & THE ATOMICS, Scooter Girl) will release the fan-favorite first volume of BLUE MONDAY, with all-new colors from Jordie Bellaire, this July. Experience the Pepsi-fueled misadventures of Bleu L. Finnegan, comics’ favorite blue-haired, Buster Keaton-obsessed, Adam Ant-worshipping teenager […]

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Pop Culture Corner: The Death of Superman?

With The Final Days of Superman, the Man of Steel Bids Farewell By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—When I was a kid, I remember seeing the impossible: the death of Superman. In 1992, DC Comics did the unthinkable and killed the Man of Steel with Superman #75. I remember the black, polybagged issue with the […]

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Dark Horse Travels Through Time with Echoes

Echoes Asks: To Stop a Murder, Would You Become a Murderer? (By Staff Reports)– Dark Horse Comics announces the latest original graphic novel from Mike Richardson (Father’s Day, 47 Ronin) and Gabriel Guzmán (Father’s Day, Lady Death): Echoes. Troubled pilot Fred Martin is caught in a bizarre storm and loses control of his aircraft. Martin […]

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Bluefin Announces Gundam Builder’s World Cup Contest

Gundam Builder’s World Cup Looks for the World’s Best Gundam Model Builder (By Staff Reports)- Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan, has announced details for the 2016 Bandai Gunpla Builders World Cup (GBWC). The Bandai GunPla Builders World Cup is an annual competition sponsored by Bandai Hobby […]

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Shoryuken! UDON’s Street Fighter Unlimited to be Collected in Hardcover Volumes

Street Fighter Unlimited Vol. 1 Hardcover Dragon Punching its way into stores in July (By Staff Reports) – Are you ready for a whole new way to experience Street Fighter Unlimited, UDON Entertainment’s latest ongoing Street Fighter comic? Perhaps the monthly format just isn’t for you, and you’d rather settle in with several issues at once without having to […]

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4001 A.D.: X-O Manowar #1 Review

X-O Manowar survives to 4001 A.D., but in what form? By Nolan P. Smith When Valiant Entertainments latest story line, 4001 A.D. kicked off, we saw a very different universe with some familiar faces, and familiar names:like the X-O Manowar mech suit used during the “War of the X-O Manowars”, which was stated in a […]

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McFarlane Toys Huddles up with EA Sports to Give Gamers a New Way to Enjoy the Madden Ultimate Team in Madden NFL 17

McFarlane Toys Announces Madden Ultimate Team Action Figure Series In conjunction with EA SPORTS, McFarlane Toys is excited to announce a new wave of collectible NFL action figures that will integrate with the Madden Ultimate Team mode in the immensely popular Madden NFL 17 videogame. Each individual figure will come with a redemption code that […]

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Weavers #1 Review: Married to the Mob

Weavers #1 weaves a promising start for the latest series from Boom! Studios By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reviewer Many superheroes begin their careers being chosen by their powers. The Green Lantern ring chose Hal Jordan because it saw the hero in him. In another reality, the Spider Totem chose Peter Parker to be Spider-Man. […]

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Joe Hill’s Terrifying Scripts For Tales From The Darkside Collected

The Collected Scripts for Tales from the Darkside Get Collected this Fall (By Staff Reports)– World Fantasy, International Horror Guild, and Bram Stoker Award-winning author Joe Hill turns his attention to a legend—Tales From The Darkside. Originally planned as a reboot for the storied series, Hill’s scripts for these never-broadcast television episodes allow the New […]

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Dark Horse to Publish SMITE Graphic Novel

The online game “SMITE: Battleground of the Gods” comes to comics! (By Staff Reports)– Dark Horse proudly announces the newest video game comic book in its long line of best-selling titles with SMITE: The Pantheon War! From veteran games writer John Jackson Miller (Star Wars, Mass Effect), cowriter Jack Banish, and artist Eduardo Francisco (Eve: […]

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The Assassin’s Creed Trailer is Here, Rejoice!

Ubisoft’s killer franchise, Assassin’s Creed, hits the silver screen in December By Nolan P. Smith It’s a call to arms, as the video game franchise Assassin’s Creed makes the leap of faith from video games to the big screen, and we have the first trailer to prove it! Debuting on the Jimmy Kimmel Show last […]

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Captain America: Civil War Review

Captain America: Civil War Shows that we do indeed need a civil war By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—With the third installment in the Captain America series of films, heroes go head to head with heroes as all war breaks out: Civil War, that is. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo (Captain America: The Winter […]

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Thunderbolts #1 Review

Justice, like lightning, strikes again with the return of the Thunderbolts By Nolan P. Smith I remember when the Thunderbolts were first introduced in 1997- it was in an issue of the Incredible Hulk, during a time when many of the heroes had “died” during an epic fight with Onslaught. In the wake of a […]

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