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  • Comic Book Review: Batgirl #36
    Comic Book Review: Batgirl #36
    After taking in DC Comics’ latest issue of Batgirl, I regret not having jumped onboard a month earlier. Issue #35 launched the series back in time to the younger years of Barbara Gordon’s battle against crime. I can’t begin to...
  • DC announces Harley Quinn theme month for February comics
    DC announces Harley Quinn theme month for February comics
    DC Comics announced this past Friday, November 14 that Harley Quinn will be the theme for their February comics and fans are super excited! This means Harley Quinn will be on the covers of the comics released in February. Click here to see the...
  • Big Hero 6
    'Big Hero 6' suits up for action reasonably well
    There is a certain magic to the origin story of a superhero because it really can come out of anywhere and anyone can step up when the situation calls for it. "Big Hero 6" is a delightful action filled romp that doesn't quite hit the...
  • Gotham Academy #2 review
    Gotham Academy #2 review
    The mystery only gets deeper in this issue of Gotham Academy. The story is written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher. The art is by Karl Kerschl with the cover art by Becky Cloonan. We start to learn more about Olive's past in this issue....
  • Although many of the "Monster Pin Up Girls" are posed in the nude, their colorful and cartoony appearances make them seem pop-cultural, not risque.
    Artist Spotlight: Bobby Timony
    Although art and beauty are appreciated by almost everyone to some extent, it is an unfortunate fact that there are many talented artists in the world who are little appreciated despite their incredible talent. Noting the lack of outlets for up...
  • Wizard World Comic Con Austin 2014
    Wizard World Comic Con Austin 2014
    Wizard World Austin Comic Con most definitely delivered this year at the Austin Convention Center to its thousands of attendees from October 11 through 13. Con-goers were blown away from the overwhelming amount of merchandise booths, artist tables...
  • Peter Steigerwald’s ‘The Zoo Hunters’ is a visually captivating story of family
    Peter Steigerwald’s ‘The Zoo Hunters’ is a visually captivating story of family
    If you have attended any Aspen Comics panel at any convention over the past few years you have heard about “The Zoo Hunters.” This book has been in development for awhile, a project by Aspen’s co-owner Peter Steigerwald where he...
  • She-Hulk gets the Young Variant treatment
    It’s the ‘She-Hulk’ we always wanted but did not know what to ask for
    Charles Soule and Javier Pulido take the time to explore the life of She-Hulk not as a superhero working with the Avengers and the Fantastic Four, but in her personal life as a lawyer working in Manhattan. What we get is an irreverent comedy full...
  • Comic Book Review: Deathstroke #1
    Comic Book Review: Deathstroke #1
    It comes as no surprise that DC Comics is re-launching a monthly series for Deathstroke. The character is more popular now than ever after being heavily featured on “Arrow,” “Son of Batman,” and different video games. Issue...
  • Comic Book Review: Arkham Manor #1
    Comic Book Review: Arkham Manor #1
    With 2014 being Batman’s 75th anniversary, DC Comics is flooding every month with new titles for fans to scoop up. Arkham Manor is one of those books looking to give Dark Knight enthusiasts as much of a good thing as they can stomach plus a...
  • Comic Con 2014
    New York Comic Con breaks 151000 attendees: Rune Works highlights from the floor
    The New York Comic Con 2014 broke the record for show attendees going over 151,000, and Rune Works Productions was on hand with its first booth, 1061, to report on all of the show floor’s incredulous action!Where else does a life-size Smaug...
  • Visit the Hall of Heroes at the Arizona State Fair
    Visit the Hall of Heroes at the Arizona State Fair
    If you’re anywhere near Phoenix, Ariz. between now and November 2, 2014 you’ll want to make a stop at the Arizona State Fair. A special exhibit building has been transformed into the Hall of Heroes where fair attendees can interact...
  • Throwback Thursday: Black comics that changed the face of daytime television
    Throwback Thursday: Black comics that changed the face of daytime television
    These black comics changed the face of daytime television adding more flavor to this genre. Unlike their more serious counterparts, they infuse humor into their platform. As a consequence, they both educate and entertain their fans.
  • Monsters invade two of California's biggest book events
    Monsters invade two of California's biggest book events
    After more than a year of terrifying and delighting eager audiences, Shades & Shadows is now the flagship event for horror, sci-fi and dark fiction at both San Francisco's massive Litquake and Los Angeles' fast-growing Lit Crawl, a...
  • Comic Book Review: Teen Titans #3
    Comic Book Review: Teen Titans #3
    Teen Titans is three issues into its relaunch and the team’s situation just keeps getting more and more perilous. A killer robot attacks Raven in broad nightlight as she relaxes at a punk rock show. She calls on the rest of the gang for...