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SDCC 2016: The Return of KISS

San Diego Comic-Con 2016 has officially begun and this means huge news! Dynamite Comics has you covered with the return of KISS.

Press release:

The origins of KISS comic books date almost as far back as the inception as the band itself, having been an integral part of comics culture since their 1977 appearance in Howard the Duck #12 and 1978’s Marvel Comics Super Special: Kiss.

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Review Brew: Brickleberry Armoogeddon Part 1

Writer: Waco O’Guin
Artist: Roger Black
Publisher: Dynamite
Price: $3.99

Follow Steven Brickleberry; a middle-aged scruffy male brunet, who is out to save humanity from bovine overlords by traveling back into time. 432 more words

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Review Brew: Grumpy Cat (and Pokey!)

Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Ben Fisher, Elliott Serrano, Royal McGraw, Ben McCool
Art by: Ken Haeser, Agens Garbowska, Michelle Nguyen, Steve Uy, Mauro Varas
Colors by: Mohan, Steve Uy… 599 more words

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Lone Ranger/Green Hornet #1 review

I call myself a hero-geek, instead of a comic book geek, in part because my interest goes well outside comics. I’ve done my share of research on comic book characters, sure, but also on some of the ones that came before. 534 more words

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Women in Comics Statistics: DC and Marvel, May 2016 in Review

My latest “Gendercrunching” column is up over at Bleeding Cool, and May 2016 was a pretty solid month for female creators across the board. Both DC and Marvel appear to have settled into a new status quo that’s noticeably above their previous typical range. 109 more words

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The Six Million Dollar Man: Season Six (2014) - #4 - Alex Ross

“The Six Million Dollar Man is back with an original comic book continuation of the classic television series. Oliver Spencer has all lost control of Maskatron and it may cost him and everyone in the OSI their lives. 31 more words

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Previews--James Bond and Beyond

James Bond’s story did not end with the last Ian Fleming novel.  His exploits have been recounted in a classic comic strip series (including a recent collected edition we reviewed… 281 more words

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