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Super Brings the Secret Invasion

Super Brings the Secret Invasion

By SuperginraiX in Features on November 16, 2008

OK, peeps and peepettes.  It's time for what some have called "the greatest article on the internet." Yes, "some" may be me, but it doesn't make it untrue. This time we look at Secret Invasion #7, The New Avengers #46, Thunderbolts #125, Secret Invasion: The Amazing Spider-Man #3, and then blast from the past looks at the end of second Kree-Skrull War in Silver Surfer #'s 27-31.  Come and get it! Spoilers Ahead!

Kid D: One For The Road

Kid D: One For The Road

By Daniel in Features on November 10, 2008

Daniel leabes us with some words of wisdom.

Super Elects Secret Invasion

Super Elects Secret Invasion

By SuperginraiX in Features on November 9, 2008

I think it's time for a mega event that isn't afraid to tell it like it is and still hide it's true face in the public. This time we look at Secret Invasion: Frontline #4, The Mighty AVengers #19, Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. #34, Guardians of the Galaxy #6, and then blast from the past looks at the second Kree-Skrull War in Silver Surfer #'s 19-21, 25, and 26.  We're getting closer to the end so enjoy the last few twists, turns, and tricks! Spoilers Ahead!

Reinvigorating the Spy – Casanova

Reinvigorating the Spy – Casanova

By Keb Ellis in Features on November 7, 2008

We all know James Bond. We may not like him, we may love him, but the fact of the matter is I say "James Bond" and you say "super-spy". On a more comic-related note, I say "super-spy" and you say "Nick Fury". Not the Nick Fury you see nowadays standing in the S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier looking at a screen smoking a cigar and swearing. And I'm not talking about the bald black Samuel L Jackson imposter. I'm talking that 60s Steranko, Nick Fury vs. Hydra and AIM and a lot of ass-kicking and shit blowing up.  

FREE Wonderful Wizard of Oz Sketchbook In Stores Now

FREE Wonderful Wizard of Oz Sketchbook In Stores Now

By Carrie in Features on November 7, 2008

The great American classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is about to get the works-Mighty Marvel Style! But for your first look into this beautifully crafted series, rush out to your local comic shop right now and pick up the FREE The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Sketchbook.

Looking Ahead: November 2008

Looking Ahead: November 2008

By GLX and misac in Features on November 5, 2008

The Outhouse brings you a new feature looking at November's comics.

Super Judges Secret Invasion

Super Judges Secret Invasion

By SuperginraiX in Features on October 30, 2008

You will be amazed that this took so long! This time around, we look at Secret Invasion: Inhumans #3, Deadpool #3, and then blast from the past looks at the second Kree-Skrull War in Silver Surfer #'s 13, 14, and the first Annual.  It's party time! Spoilers Ahead!

Visiting and Touring Screamland with Harold Sipe and Héctor Casanova!

Visiting and Touring Screamland with Harold Sipe and Héctor Casanova!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on September 26, 2008

Screamland was a book I stumbled upon at the NYCC last April. By that time I was ready to leave and I only had six bucks in my pocket. I was waiting for Larsen but the Screamland team were there signing away, sketching, and giving out posters. I gave a look see at the first issue and chatted with the creators. I decided "Eh, what the heck? Take a chance and buy it." And boy was it a great chance as I felt I should have spent my last 3 bucks ont he second issue! Héctor was even nice enough to give me a free Joker sketch after spending all my cash! Thanks, guys! Without further ado...

Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes Is A Hit!

Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes Is A Hit!

By Carrie in Features on October 31, 2008

Warren Ellis does it again! This time the legendary scribe teams up with superstar artists Alan Davis and Adi Granov to bring you into the stone cold psyche of Subject X. Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes #1 (of 2) is a nonstop romp through dystopic Marvel universes where the sadistic Agent X-13 has completed his mission. Not only does this director’s cut style issue have two awe inspiring stories, but it also provides a unique look into the creative process behind crafting these tales with a look at Warren Ellis’ script!

The First Annual Statnutties

The First Annual Statnutties

By Robert Emrich in Features on October 30, 2008

Now that the post-season is over, its time for the 1st annual Statnutties! The Statnutties consist of 4 awards: MVP, Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, and Pitcher of the Year.

Week 10 of the 2008 College Football Season

Week 10 of the 2008 College Football Season

By Ben Wilder in Features on October 30, 2008

Week ConConcerning Offense and the Top 10 Teams. Concerning Offense and the Top 10 Teams   Before we get into the new ranking I'd like to take a second to talk about the differences between the offenses in the Big 12 and SEC.  It's common knowledge that the offenses in the Big 12 are head and shoulders above those in most of the other conferences, and in certain areas they probably are, but if you take a look at the numbers some interesting trends start to emerge and the supposed gap between the two conferences closes a bit.

Toy Shed: Star Wars Legacy

Toy Shed: Star Wars Legacy

By Zechs in Columns on October 29, 2008

Will Zechs yield to the light side and say the Legacy two pack of Cade Skywalker and Darth Talon giving a fair judgment of the two? Or will he yield to the dark side and only have a one-track mind? Well there’s only one-way to find out, reading Zechs’ review!

Super Vets Secret Invasion

Super Vets Secret Invasion

By SuperginraiX in Features on October 18, 2008

Super associates with Skrulls for another week of fun and excitement! Today, it's all about The New Avengers #45, Avengers: The Initiative #17, Thunderbolts #124, Secret Invasion: The Amazing Spider-Man #2, Black Panther #41, Nova #17, She-Hulk #33, Deadpool #2, and then blast from the past looks at the second Kree-Skrull War in Silver Surfer #'s 7-12.  Ready set go! Spoilers Ahead!

Troy Hickman, The Street Walker, and partner in crime, The Twilight Guardian

Troy Hickman, The Street Walker, and partner in crime, The Twilight Guardian

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on October 17, 2008

For the second year Top Cow has released a collection of comics called Pilot Season. Every week a new issue comes out for a month and at the end, readers vote which story they love, etc and in the end the two most voted gets a shot for a mini-series! Today we're visited by one of the winners, Troy Hickman, writer of the Twilight Guardian!

Toy Shed: Crimson Guard 5-pack

Toy Shed: Crimson Guard 5-pack

By Zechs in Columns on October 22, 2008

Crashing through the sky comes the fearful cry of COBRA! CO-BRA! COBRA! CO-BRA! Armies of the night. Evil that is taking flight! NOWHERE TO RUN! NOWHERE TO HIDE! Zechs is going to review the Crimson Guard five-pack far and wide!

Super Knows Secret Invasion

Super Knows Secret Invasion

By SuperginraiX in Features on October 12, 2008

We're back to fundamentally alter the internet! With fundamentals! Today, we'll be going over The Mighty Avengers #18, Secret Invasion: Thor #2, Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. #33, Guardians of the Galaxy #5, and then blast from the past looks at the second Kree-Skrull War in Silver Surfer #'s 2-6.  Get ready for stimulation! Spoilers Ahead!

Reconstructing the Icon - All-Star Superman

Reconstructing the Icon - All-Star Superman

By Keb Ellis in Features on October 11, 2008

Superman comes from the Golden Age, right? He was created in 1938, making him 70 years old. Over those seventy years he's become an American pop culture icon. If you see the big red S on someone's chest you think Superman.

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