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Preview: Ghostbusters 101 #3

Ghostbusters 101 #3

Erik Burnham (w) • Dan Schoening (a & c)

This is it! The Original Ghostbusters finally come face to face with those who Answer The Call! 74 more words


Top 10 Villains We're Glad Only Exist On Screen

If it’s one thing about villains: the worse they are, the better the story-line they’ve been tossed into. Some of us may have even secretly preferred the villains to the characters meant to overcome them. 720 more words

Humor & Satire

What I'm Reading: Calling Dr. Laura (Nicole Georges)

A big part of what makes Nicole Georges’s Calling Dr. Laura an excellent read is that Nicole Georges is a neat, weird human. She loves dogs, rescues chickens, works as a karaoke DJ, and makes badass needlepoint –at one point, she channels her complex emotional response to a long-coming breakup (the reader senses it coming long before the character comes to terms with its inevitability) into a wall hanging that reads “tell that triflin bitch she can have you,” which is accompanied by a cross-stitched zebra. 203 more words

World's Finest Comic Monthly 111

World’s Finest Comic Monthly 111
Issue 111
Published by The K. G. Murray Publishing Company, Australia
52 Pages , B&W interior, 1974
Cover by Nick Cardy… 71 more words


Preview: Wonder Woman #23

Wonder Woman #23

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Liam Sharp
In Shops: May 24, 2017
SRP: $2.99

“The Truth” part five! The conclusion to Diana’s search for the truth takes her on a journey into darkness. 46 more words


Motor City Comic Con 2017 Photos, Part 2 of 2: Who We Met and What We Did

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover:

This weekend Anne and I had the pleasure of attending the 28th annual Motor City Comic Con in the city of Novi, a safe suburb northwest of Detroit, some 300 miles from home.

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Impossible possibilities: a super-runner’s speed limit

Gabriel K. Kiyohara

Independent researcher. São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

Email: gabriel.kiyohara (at) gmail (dot) com

Super heroes: their attitudes and honor codes make them heroes; their extraordinary abilities make them super. 5,721 more words