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Father's Day Gift Ideas From DC Comics

Father’s Day Gift Ideas: DC Collectibles Icons

The next wave of DC Collectibles Icons action figures is perfect for the comic and toy collector. The Icons line is a new action figure collection based on some of the most iconic past and current comic book characters. 597 more words

Comics And Comic News

Episode 29: 2 Podcasters Stumble into a Rant

This week Chad and Patrick discuss the politics of hosting a kid’s birthday party before getting into “Civil War,” a bunch of Marvel books, and the “Staple of the Week,” “4 Kids Walk into a Bank.” 68 more words

Podcast

Hugh Jackman Wolverine Workout

Hugh Jackman- the name says it all, he is far and away one of the best bodies in Hollywood, and only through hard work and will of steel could a 40+ years old man have that physique. 381 more words

Review Brew: Jacked #6

Written By: Eric Kripke

Art By: John Higgins

Color Art By: SotoColor

Coming off the heels of the insanity that is the DC editorial situation, starting with the dismissal of Shelly Bond from Vertigo, I thought it would be appropriate to take a look at one of the new Vertigo titles that Bond, as Senior Editor, helped bring to the page. 565 more words

Comics And Comic News

Episode 24: Rebirth, Massive Destruction, and The Future

After Chad goes all “old man” about the idea of binge watching, he and Patrick talk about the new DC Rebirth announcements (“cautious optimism”) and basically invent a review of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” based on assumptions and half-read reviews (“it’s pretty joyless”). 63 more words

Podcast

JACKED #5


Written by Eric Kripke
Drawn by John Higgins and Marc Olivent
Published by DC Comics/Vertigo

First, I will note that it was this cover which caught my eye, and lead to me getting this whole miniseries, which I originally assumed was closer to a traditional “superhero” story (albeit one on DC’s Vertigo imprint, which means I know it wouldn’t be… 392 more words

Graphic Novels

JACKED #4


Written by Eric Kripke
Drawn by John Higgins
Published by DC Comics/Vertigo

In an interesting call-back to the first issue, the first few pages are narrated by Josh’s wife Alice. 440 more words

Graphic Novels