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Batman 75th Anniversary

This year marks the 75th Anniversary of Batman. “The Bat-Man,” alter ego of wealthy business owner Bruce Wayne, originally appeared in May 1939 in Detective Comics #27 (later called DC Comics). 100 more words

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Outlaw Territory Nominated for Eisner and Harvey Awards

Outlaw Territory 3, the third volume in Image Comics’ series of graphic novels featuring comics set in the Old West, has been nominated for both a Will Eisner Comic Industry Award and a Harvey Award in the category of Best Anthology. 164 more words

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NOC Reviews Storm #1

To be transparent: no Storm solo book would have met my incredibly high expectations. I’ve written before on how important the character was to me during my nascent nerd-dom. 1,018 more words

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Telling Asian American Stories in Comics

Hey East Coasters! I know all the cool kids are going to be in San Diego this weekend, but if you couldn’t make the cross-country trip, folks in the DMV can get their comics fix by coming to the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in Washington, DC’s Chinatown… 100 more words

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Find the Green Turtle at Comic-Con

by Gene Yang

Pro cosplayer Alvin Duong has graciously agreed to help us promote The Shadow Hero by cosplaying the Green Turtle at San Diego Comic-Con! 210 more words

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Freud by Corrine Maier and Anne Simon

Rating: 5 out of 5

Freud, written by Corinne Maier and illustrated by Anne Simon, is a new hardback comic book on the life, personality, and theory of Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939), the famous Austrian neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis. 400 more words

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X'ed Out and The Hive by Charles Burns

Rating: 5 out of 5

X’ed Out and The Hive, written and illustrated by Charles Burns (Black Hole), are the first and second parts of a new trilogy that may engage fans and many new readers instantly. 618 more words

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