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Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness

I don’t know much about the Marvel Zombies series (2005-present) or its crossover Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness (2007), but I do know a lot about the… 319 more words

Short Films

Titan Comics Presents Best Of British Month All Through May!

This May, Titan Comics launch ‘Best Of British’ month, celebrating cutting edge talent and supporting bold new visions!

Titan Comics’ Best of British stars the cream of British comic creators like… 383 more words


Howard the Duck #2

Howard the Duck #2

Written by: Chip Zdarsky

Art by: Joe Quinenos

Cover by: Joe Quinenos

Released: April 8, 2015

This issue was just as intertaninig as the previous and maybe even slightly better. 128 more words


Time Lady of L.A. #7: Pages 17-18

Page 17, 7 Panels- UCLA

Panel 1: Cut to Amanda at the School of Theatre. She’s stopped in front of the single wooden door leading into the auditorium that is visible in the background. 826 more words


Preview: The Life After #9

The Life After #9

Writer: Joshua Fialkov
Artist: Gabo

The Consultant brings Essie, Nettie, and the kid army into Hell to save Jude and Hemingway. However, the Consultant’s new love-and-flowers attitude melts quickly in the hellish heat, and Essie soon has a fight on her hands. 58 more words


Convergence: Justice League International #1

Now for the final issue of Convergence week 2. As you can see from the title, we’re covering the Justice League International. This incarnation of the team includes Martian Manhunter, Red Tornado, Captain Atom, Fire, Ice, and their leader Blue Beetle (Ted Kord.) Our writer is Ron Marz (Silver Surfer, Green Lantern) and our artist is Mike Manley (Darkhawk, Batman.) 350 more words

Comic Books

Review: Nutmeg #1

Poppy Pepper just wants to survive junior high and avoid her rich rival, Saffron Longfellow, and her brownie-baking minions, The Lady Rangers. But when mysterious new girl Cassia Caraway arrives, she teams up with Poppy and together they plot to bring Saffron and crew down. 254 more words