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If Superheroes Were Real, Would the World Be a Better Place? (Round 2)

Continuing a conversation that began in the final days of the Battle Beyond Planet X, Harry and Donovan look at three treasury edition prestige format DC comic books from writer Paul Dini and painter Alex Ross – Superman: Peace on Earth, Batman: War on Crime and Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth – and address the questions raised in these one-shot specials on how to effectively solve issues such as crime and world hunger. 111 more words


Take me down to Astro City

I’ve often described my new novel CRITERION as a ‘Grimdark superhero’ story. I did not set out to chase a certain tone or style, it merely followed from the concept – ‘When a super hero is murdered, what happens to his sidekicks?” 291 more words

Celebrate AMAZING SPIDER-MAN’s Landmark 800th Issue!

It’s all been building to this – the biggest Peter Parker and Norman Osborn story of all time, and the first Marvel comic EVER to hit 800 issues! 126 more words

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Preview: The Immortal Hulk #1


You’d never notice the man. He doesn’t like to be noticed. He’s quiet. Calm. Never complains. If someone were to walk up and shoot him in the head… all he’d do is die. 38 more words


From The New Yorker: "Cecil Taylor and the Art of Noise"

Rea Irvin

The New Yorker

April 10, 2018
Alex Ross

In 1993, I briefly met the composer György Ligeti, one of the towering figures of the past hundred years of music. 1,385 more words

Different World Perspective.

My body is young, But my soul is not, I’m trapped in a modern world, But my heart longs for the past. I see a world where things are done without technology, I see a world where talking face … 12 more words


More Powerful Than A Locomotive (Action Comics # 1 Tribute) Print By Alex Ross

This year marks an iconic moment in comic book history: Superman’s 80th Birthday! In May 1938, Action Comics #1 introduced Superman to the world.

To celebrate this anniversary, Alex Ross is releasing “More Powerful than a Locomotive,” a tribute to Action Comics #1. 216 more words

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