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The comics have started to flow from Comixcast RNC 2016, and they are wonderful.
You can get a signed print of the image... if you can SURVIVE San Diego Comic Con!
At Republican National Convention, Double Take's Jemas Vows to Make American Comics Great Again w/ 10 Trade PaperbacksBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on July 19, 2016
Jemas revealed the company's future publishing plans to delagates at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Visitors to the annual Comic Con event were surprised Monday when they arrived at the event center to find a very different atmosphere than past years.
The character will debut in the new All-America Comix in 2017 from Joe Casey and Nick Dragotta.
The political commentator and part time Marvel Comics writer was shocked and saddened that his beloved Hillary chose a different comic company to appear in.
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The man's shirt looked like something Bela Legosi would wear to the beach on a cloudy day.
The Outhouse feels it's important to educate people on the issues.
Cho says writer Greg Rucka drove him off the book by asking him to tone down his variant covers, which Cho calls "censorship."
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