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Wynd number 10, Black’s Myth number 3 an

Superman and Authority Number 3 (Image: DC Comics) Welcome to my comic book review rundown for the week of September 15, 2021. I ended up reading a lot of comics this week. I will talk about Wynd number 10, Black’s myth number 3, Save yourself number 4, and much more! I’m going to open talking […]

Aquaman’s new comic role could reshape t

Aquaman has always been one of DC’s greatest heroes, but Atlantis’ new status propels Arthur Curry into a new role: one that could even affect the DCEU. Warning: Spoilers ahead for Justice League # 67 Arthur Curry is one of the most important characters in DC Comics, but with the real purpose of Atlantis recently […]

10 things only comic book fans know abou...

There is perhaps no greater rivalry in the comics than between Batman and the Joker. The two have been bitter enemies ever since Batman No.1 in 1940, and their warfare has unfolded throughout the great DC Multiverse with chilling consequences for a number of characters in Gotham and beyond. RELATED: Batman’s Comic Book Villains, Ranked […]

What is Bounding into Comics? Preview, ...

Bounding into Comics is a comic book review site that covers comic book culture, commentary, movies, TV, video games, and tabletop games. The site was founded in 2015 by John Trent and has grown steadily since. So, for all comic book fans who want to stay up to date in this world, BiC is a […]

The Jersey Shore Comic Show at Elks Lodg...

Site: Toms River Elks Lodge Address: 600 Washington St., Toms River, 08753 Event date: 09/26/2021 Event time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Description of the event: The Jersey Shore Comic Book Show will take place on Sunday, September 26, 2021 at Elks Lodge in Toms River. The convention starts at 10:00 a.m. and continues until […]

NEWS WATCH: BI VISIBILITY, an anthology ...

After several successful Kickstarters with Like father, like son and The dancer, Kat Calamia launched a new comic book anthology, now available on Kickstarter, Bi Visibility: an anthology of bisexual comics. With 9 different stories from 20 designers (including Haley Rose-Lyon, Tiffany babb, Megan Huang, Andréa Tower, Philippe Sevy, Sarah stern & more), Bi visibility […]

NEWS WATCH: 2021 Mike Wieringo Comic Boo...

The nominees for the Ringo Prize 2021 were announced last week ahead of the awards ceremony, which takes place at Baltimore Comic Con in October, awarded in honor of the late artist Mike Wieringo who made his name as the co-creator of Tellos, as well as working on DC Comics properties like The Flash and […]

Comic Book Convention scheduled for Augu...

Through ohtadmin | to August 26, 2021 Participants at a previous SW-Florida Comic-Con event. COURTESY PHOTO SW-Florida Comic-Con will hold its fifth annual comic book convention and pop culture event in Fort Myers. The event is set for 10 a.m. at 6 p.m. on Sunday, August 29 at the Crowne Plaza hotel at the bell […]

10 best arcs in Marvel Fantastic Four co...

With 2021 being the 60th anniversary of the Fantastic Four, it’s a great time for fans to revisit the many iconic arcs from comic book history featuring the team. These stories provide a number of roadmaps for the inevitable future of the MCU team screen, making them even more compelling for die-hard and casual fans […]

Hellboy: The Bones of Giants Comic book ...

Hellboy actually had a number of Christopher Golden novels, which includes the third book in his series: Hellboy: Bones of the Giants. Now it looks like Dark Horse Comics wants this novel to be a comic book series. Wait, you’re not Thor. Black horse comics officially announces the comic book adaptation of Hellboy: Bones of […]

Oneonta takes advantage of the “Free Com

Matt Flint draws a character on Saturday August 14th at a “Free Comic Book Day” event in Oneonta. (Kevin Limiti / AllOtsego.com) By Kevin Limiti • Special for www.AllOTSEGO.com ONEONTA – Free Comic Book Day has been a tradition for 20 years and Secret Comix Cave continues to honor it through its annual gathering. Entering […]

Free Comic Day, Obi, Tiya, Kamino and mo...

Star Wars Notebook: Sunday August 15, 2021 First of all, and ICYMI, yesterday was Free Comic Day, and the brave folks at The One Stop Shop in Clinton, Massachusetts – who’ve been in many of the 20 years of the (mostly) annual comic book celebration – saved me a copy of the two free issues […]

Spider-Man / Venom Free Comic Day Shows ...

| We took a look at Daredevil’s surprise story in the Free Spider-Man / Venom Comic Day comical some time ago. But now that it’s released today for Free Comic Book Day, August 14, we can afford to be a little more spoiler. Because the comic also includes a daredevil story by Chip Zdarsky and […]

Free Spider-Man Comic Day makes Ben Reil...

| The Free Spider-Man / Venom Comic Day The comic is arriving in comic book stores today for Free Comic Day, August 14. We’ve looked at this before and can afford to be a bit more spoiler now. The Spider-Man featured in a story titled “Test-Drive” by Zeb Wells and Patrick gleason, has a new […]

10 animated comic book adaptations you m...

Adapting comic book stories and characters isn’t new to the entertainment industry. Before the MCU, there were plenty of other Marvel shows and movies that helped introduce these larger-than-life heroes to the world. And it was no different for so many DC, Image, and Dark Horse Comics properties that fans have come to know and […]

Substack ready to change the comic book ...

Art by Michael Avon Oeming from “Blue Book” on The empire of the little onion The comic book community was taken by surprise when Substack decided to share their plans to venture into the comic book space. The subscription platform has already signed up with famous creators such as Jonathan Hickman, James Tynion IV and […]

What if… from Marvel? is a whole new er

Legend has it that the folks at DC Comics wanted Christopher Reeve’s Superman and Michael Keaton’s Batman to meet in a movie. However, this crossover was ultimately rejected because the executives didn’t believe audiences would understand the film, especially since they must have seen both the Batman and Superman film series. Fast forward to 2021, […]

At the Library: Comic book lovers, this ...

Comic book lovers, come together! Saturday is Free Comic Book Day and, to mark this annual event where comic book shops and libraries come together to promote the comics, the Sunnyside Community Library will be handing out a variety of free titles to take away until exhaustion. stocks. A selection of free comics will be […]

5 Ways South Park Would Make a Great Com...

Many skeptical viewers were quick to dismiss Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s rude animated series, South Park, as a passing fad that was little more than the novelty of rude children made of construction paper. Now, over 20 seasons and 300 episodes later, South Park has established itself as one of the most evergreen adult […]

What is DCDKOS? Tom Taylor Teases Secre...

| Superstar writer Tom Taylor has done it again! And by that we mean provided to Bleeding Cool the means to create a clickbait post on a single tweet. Taylor took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that a Dream Project (presumably DC), which he worked on for two years in secret, is set to […]

WATCH: Selena to star in new comic

Comic book covers from TidalWave Comics’ “Female Force” series featuring iconic singer Selena. Image: TidalWave Comics via Reuters Selena, the interpreter of Tejano who was killed in 1995, will star in an American comic book that will debut later this month. The pop icon, whose birth name was Selena Quintanilla-Perez, will be the focus of […]

South Pasadena Library sets up comic boo...

By Matthieu RodriguezPasadena Weekly Associate Editor DTorn apart by their shared love for manga, graphic novels and comics, South Pasadena librarians Cynthia Mitchem and Olivia Radbill have established a comic book club to bring this literary art form to their visitors. “It’s a whole world filled with a lot of people,” Radbill said. “I hope […]

Kitchener man has big plans to inspire f...

KITCHENER – A man from Kitchener turned his passion for comics and inspiring young children into a new venture. “I fell in love with comics when I was little,” says Max Chouinard. “I grew up watching Batman: The Animated Series and Spider-Man: The Animated Series.” While in college, Chouinard’s love for comics shifted from a […]

One Piece Manga celebrates over 490 mill...

Eiichiro Oda A play manga has exceeded 490 million copies in circulation worldwide. These figures include 400+ million in Japan and 90+ million in 57 other counties. This number does not take into account all copies sold individually, but rather a sales statistic. The A play Manga Celebration The manga is celebrating its 1,000th volume, […]

Minnie and the Marx: the surprising left...

With the Beano family celebrating their birthday this week, there’s no better time to step back in time and remember our carefree cartoon days. Minnie and Menaces will fondly remember going to the corner store with their pocket money every week and picking up a comic book with a bag of candy on the set. […]

Save yourself! # 2: Villains Definitely...

Save yourself! # 2 actually answers some serious questions about these magical girls. You know the magical girls from the first issue who weren’t what they seemed? Yeah, good times. Here are dragons indeed. Cover Artist: Kelly and Nichole Matthews. Bones Leopard (Identical) is the author of Save yourself! # 2, as is the case […]

10 comic book movies that aren’t about s

Superman’s debut in 1938 in Action comics # 1 is the origin story of the superhero genre. More than two decades later, the Marvel Revolution of the 1960s solidified superheroes as the dominant genre in American comics, beating out competitors such as horror, sci-fi, and romance comics. . RELATED: 10 Comic Book Movies Written By […]

9 LGBTQ + comic book characters we love

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I think all superheroes should be queer by default. I can’t imagine being a superhero with unique abilities and being drawn to a genre. It sounds so boring. I mean, think about it. If you could throw planets […]

10 comic book movies written by the comi...

At the start of the 21st century, cinema and comics are more closely linked than ever; the Marvel Cinematic Universe reigns supreme, and the dominance of superhero movies has had reflective effects on the comics. RELATED: Kevin Smith & 9 More Filmmakers Who Turned Comic Book Writers That said, that mix of materials didn’t necessarily […]

The 10 best comic book zombie outbreaks

It seems like no matter the year, there’s always a zombie story buried somewhere in this era of comics. From the very early days of horror and monster pulp to the modern era, from original works to parody spin-offs involving your favorite childhood characters, zombies have infected every inch of pop culture. and continue to […]

MoistCr1tikal announces original comic, ...

Twitch streamer Charlie “halcr1tikal” White paid tribute to his love for slapping with a new comic. The series titled GODSLAP has its first number, The prologue, available for pre-order for the next 30 days. There are four cover variations, and the limited edition variations sold out quickly within the first hour of sales going live. […]

10 of the Craziest Comic Book Crossovers

A crossover event has been a staple in the comic world for many years, for better or for worse. They allowed creators to explore grand new storylines and interactions that spotlight characters in new ways. RELATED: Heroes Reborn: 10 More Classic Marvel Crossovers The Comics Should Revisit What has remained the “wildcard” in this industry, […]

Comic book store opens in Rutland | Loc...

Jared Goodrich waited half his life on Thursday. It was the day Rutlander, 31, opened Night Legion Comics on Woodstock Avenue, the city’s first comic book store in over a decade. A fan of comics since childhood – in college he said he did a thesis on the Rutland Halloween Parade’s links with the comic […]

10 comic book makers even non-comic read...

In the timeline of art forms, comics are still relatively new as they debuted in 1897, just a decade later. Roundhay Garden Scene, the first film, created. The plays date back to long before the Theater of Dionysus organized competitions between playwrights. The The epic of Gilgamesh, the oldest known poem, was written around 2100 […]

Titan Comics Announces Elric: The Dreami...

Michael Moorcock’s stories about Elric de Melniboné have been the hallmark works of sword and fantasy witchcraft for decades. Now, Titan Comics is going to bring us the comic book adaptation of these stories in the form of Elric: the city of dreams. Whoever gets Hellboy vibrations of that? Cover Artist: Mike Mignola. Titan BD […]

Comics Folk On … Comic Book Piracy

| Last week, as part of the Comics Writers Vs Artists social media meetup recorded by Bleeding Cool, Yeti comic tweeted “OK, if the talk is writer versus artist now, that means next week should be… comic book piracy?” They only had to wait two days. Because four days ago a 16 year old kid […]

Some comic book and game characters love...

While gambling remains a form of entertainment largely reserved for adults, it can often be seen in movies, cartoons, video games, and comics. There are many examples of gambling in Anime and Manga with a young character, Akagi, trying to defeat the Yakuza, and he is only thirteen years old. Other Anime characters who play […]

Giant manga Attack On Titan breaks Guinn...

The giant Attack On Titan manga is officially the world’s largest published comic book. (Photo: Twitter / GWRJapan) Earlier in March, we announced that the manga Attack On Titan has released a gigantic edition, considered the greatest comic book in the world. This record was officially confirmed by Guinness World Records on April 13, 2021 […]

Lady Killer Comic Book Movie Casts Blake...

Blake Lively is set to star as a secret assassin in Netflix’s adaptation of Dark Horse’s Lady Killer, with Diablo Cody penning the screenplay. Netflix’s comic book adaptation women killer casts Blake Lively with writing Diablo Cody. city ​​of sin, Hellboy, The mask and 300 are all examples of great movies adapted over the years […]

Celebrate Groucho Marx’s 130th Birthday

October 2 at 4: OOPM PT, the 130th anniversary of the birth of comic book legend Groucho Marx will be marked on Facebook Live by host actor / director Frank Ferrante with phone interviews with a range of family members , friends and experts of Groucho. The two-hour event will be visible on Ferrante’s “An […]

From the Marx Brothers to Seinfeld – how

Comic book legends Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner have been friends for 70 years. They met while writing jokes for Sid Caesar in 1950, created the famous 2,000-year-old routines together, and then made some really funny movies together. Brooks has had success with Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, Reiner has teamed up with Steve Martin […]

Dark Horse to publish Lauren Marx’s art

| Dark Horse Comics is set to confuse comic book readers this July. The upcoming release of Dark Horse, Sacred decay, does not feature super people hitting each other in pantyhose. It doesn’t even feature hell boys, aliens, predators, or any of that stuff. OK, Jude Terror, so they’re publishing an art book. Big deal! […]

Dark Horse to publish Lauren Marx’s art

Dark Horse Comics Expands Art Book Line With New Collection Of Art From Saint-Louis Based Artist Lauren Marx. In an exclusive ad to Rhythm, the publisher unveiled Sacred Decomposition: The Art of Lauren Marx, an oversized 120-page hardcover collection of pieces by the artist. The book will feature work from Marx’s upcoming exhibition, “Chimera,” which […]

10 spiritual facts about the Marx brothe...

Talented as individuals and magnificent as a team, the Marx Brothers have conquered all media, from the vaudeville scene to the big screen. Today we take our hats off (and draw our horns) to Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo and Gummo, on the 50th anniversary of Groucho’s death. 1. A RUNAWAY MULE INSPIRED THEM TO TAKE […]

Manga exhibition at the British Museum: ...

F From a jellyfish-loving introvert to a half-eel dog, the manga world is teeming with eclectic characters. The Japanese form of visual storytelling is already a global phenomenon, and it is now poised to conquer London, with the British Museum opening the largest exhibition ever held outside of Japan. It’s the only type of book […]

The author mixes Marx Brothers, Salvador...

A page of Giraffes on Horseback Salad. Photos courtesy of Quirk Books. Groucho Marx has taken his place in court, where he will be the unlikely advocate of a mysterious entity known as the “surrealist woman”. ” You are late ! Growls the judge. “Please forgive my delay. I was in the yard hiding evidence, […]

Karl Marx’s romantic anime targets new g

It’s Karl Marx, but not as you know him: dashing in size, with a pronounced jawline, suave brown curls and blue eyes, and speaking Chinese – a world far from the typical image of the German philosopher as a old man with a bushy white beard. “The Leader,” a seven-part anime documenting the life of […]

New Chinese comic shows Karl Marx as rom...

A well-dressed, close-shaven young man with blue eyes is staring intently at the comic book cover. He pretty much seems to belong to the same universe where men and women in costume transform into superheroes with the snap of a finger. It turns out that this is a young Karl Marx, a superhero no less […]

Karl Marx, superhero: Raul Peck’s biopic

August Diehl in The Young Karl Marx Romanticized rebellion sneaks through The Young Karl Marx; double lover provides an antidote to millennial sexual confusion. Jhere is a phantom thread in The Young Karl Marx. The film’s triumphant climax shows the writing and publication of The communist manifesto in 1848, with Marx (August Diehl), his wife […]

Marx’s bicentenary to be marked by exhib

A specter is haunting Europe in 2018 – to borrow from one of its most eye-catching one-liners – the specter of Karl Marx himself. Two hundred years after the philosopher’s birth, a small industry is accelerating, from plans for major events in Trier, the town in the Mosel where he was born, to a new […]

The profound influence of the atomic bom...

At the end of Katsuhiro Otomo’s dystopian Japanese animated film Akira, a white and pulsating mass begins to envelop Neo-Tokyo. Eventually, its swirling winds engulf the metropolis, swallowing it whole and leaving a city skeleton in its wake. The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – as well as the incendiary bombings of Tokyo – […]

The new Japanese hit: “Mein Kampf”, mang

Published on: 11/09/2009 – 13:46Amended: 06/10/2010 – 10:14 A Japanese publishing house has reissued a translation of Adolf Hitler’s ideological pamphlet, first published in 1924. But this edition has a new twist: it’s a manga-style comic book. It caused a sensation in Japanese bookstores. A Japanese publishing house has reissued a translation of Adolf Hitler’s […]

Be red in bad times with the comic strip...

When it comes to Japanese manga (comics), nothing is sacred: a good example is the outrageous Let’s Bible! Now, a new comic book entry seeks to bring Karl Marx’s seminal work on socialist theory, “Das Kapital”, to the struggling masses of today. Reintroducing communist theory to a new generation disillusioned by the 2008 financial crisis […]