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Marvel Entertainment Makes History At SXSW Interactive's ScreenBurn Arcade in March 2012

Marvel Entertainment Makes History At SXSW Interactive's ScreenBurn Arcade in March 2012

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 27, 2012

Leading Entertainment Company Unveils Groundbreaking New Publishing Initiatives

Oni Press Unveils New Company Logo

Oni Press Unveils New Company Logo

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 27, 2012

It couldn't be worse than that rumored new DC logo, could it?!

Camilla D'Errico's Tanpopo Coming from BOOM! Studios in March!

Camilla D'Errico's Tanpopo Coming from BOOM! Studios in March!

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 27, 2012

The beautiful world of Camilla d'Errico comes to life this March from BOOM!

The Sixth Gun Almanac: The Hands of Glory

The Sixth Gun Almanac: The Hands of Glory

By Cullen Bunn in Features on January 26, 2012

Cullen Bunn reveals the history of another item found in his critically-acclaimed series, The Sixth Gun!

'Iron Man 3' Production to Start Before 'The Avengers' Hits Theaters

'Iron Man 3' Production to Start Before 'The Avengers' Hits Theaters

By [Please Delete This Account] in News with Benefits on January 26, 2012

ComicBook.com is reporting that the third installment in the Iron Man movie franchise will go into production in late April or early May, nearly a month before it had previously been announced and possibly prior to the May 4 release of Marvel's forthcoming film adaptation of The Avengers.

Advance Review: Hell Yeah #1

Advance Review: Hell Yeah #1

By Dan Kester in Reviews on January 26, 2012

An advance review of the upcoming Image series!

Why I Love Comics #69: The Dark Side of the Force with Daniel Wallace

Why I Love Comics #69: The Dark Side of the Force with Daniel Wallace

By Eric Ratcliffe in Podcasts on January 26, 2012

On this episode of the podcast, Eric fights back the zombie plague as he chats...

This Week In Punchy for 01/11/12

This Week In Punchy for 01/11/12

By Niam Suggitt in Reviews on January 26, 2012

After a little hiatus, TWIP is back, with all of your favourite comics from 2 weeks ago! Good things come to those who wait you know!

Marvel First Look: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7

Marvel First Look: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7

By SuperginraiX in Previews on January 25, 2012

Here's a look at Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7!

SUPURBIA flies into stores in March!!

SUPURBIA flies into stores in March!!

By SuperginraiX in News with Benefits on January 25, 2012

What happens when the husbands and wives of super-heroes let you into their world?

Alcatraz -

Alcatraz - "Kit Nelson"

By DrImprobable, Outhouse Contributor in Reviews on January 24, 2012

Child abduction was so much easier in the '60s.

Moon Knight to end in April with Issue #12

Moon Knight to end in April with Issue #12

By SilverPhoenix in News with Benefits on January 24, 2012

With 2012 a mere 24 days old, Marvel yet announces another cancelation and it's significance goes beyond just another book ending.

Marvel Comics Full Monthly Solicitations for April 2012

Marvel Comics Full Monthly Solicitations for April 2012

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 24, 2012

We've got Marvel's FULL MONTHLY SOLICITATIONS for the month of April 2012! Check out what's shipping in April from Marvel Comics!

EISNER-WINNING CREATORS TAPPED FOR MARS ATTACKS ONGOING SERIES

EISNER-WINNING CREATORS TAPPED FOR MARS ATTACKS ONGOING SERIES

By GLX in News with Benefits on January 24, 2012

John Layman, John McCrea to reimagine cult sci-fi classic in June

Probably Comics Weekly 3.4: James Duty Dench

Probably Comics Weekly 3.4: James Duty Dench

By dtmills in Podcasts on January 24, 2012

Probably Comics is back with another look at this week in comics!

Once Upon a Time: 7:15 A.M.

Once Upon a Time: 7:15 A.M.

By Tricia Long in Reviews on January 24, 2012

"She's hanging out with dwarves now? When did that happen?" - Regina, the Queen

Get Idolized in an Aspen comic!

Get Idolized in an Aspen comic!

By SuperginraiX in News with Benefits on January 23, 2012

Aspen wants... YOU... in their reality show comic!

Jeffrey Brown’s feature film SAVE THE DATE to premiere at Sundance

Jeffrey Brown’s feature film SAVE THE DATE to premiere at Sundance

By Royal Nonesuch in News with Benefits on January 23, 2012

Jeffrey Brown's feature film SAVE THE DATE will have its World Premiere in U.S. Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival!

Nightfly's Music Video Week in Review 1/15/12 - Insane Clown Posse, Nicki Minaj, and more!

Nightfly's Music Video Week in Review 1/15/12 - Insane Clown Posse, Nicki Minaj, and more!

By Nightfly in Features on January 23, 2012

Nightfly lists his preferred picks among last week's newly released music videos.

Marvel Unveils AVENGERS ART APPRECIATION VARIANTS!

Marvel Unveils AVENGERS ART APPRECIATION VARIANTS!

By SuperginraiX in News with Benefits on January 23, 2012

The Avengers explore their artistic side in these variant covers.

Nightfly's TV Week in Review 1/15/12 - Fringe, Modern Family, and more!

Nightfly's TV Week in Review 1/15/12 - Fringe, Modern Family, and more!

By Nightfly in Features on January 23, 2012

Nightfly lists his preferred picks from primetime TV and the world of entertainment.

DC Entertainment announces

DC Entertainment announces "We Can Be Heroes"

By SuperginraiX in News with Benefits on January 23, 2012

DC Entertainment helps fight hunger in the Horn of Africa.

Paul Duffield's Firelight Isle Needs Your Support

Paul Duffield's Firelight Isle Needs Your Support

By SuperginraiX in News with Benefits on January 23, 2012

Help Paul Duffield create The Firelight Isle.

Salvatore

Salvatore

By David Bird in Blog on January 23, 2012

SalvatoreWritten by Nicolas DeCrecy, Art by Nicolas De CrecyVol. 1: Transports of Love (2010)Vol. 2: An Eventful Crossing (2011)Published by NBMThe new year gets off toa great start with two books by Nicolas De Crecy.Salvatore is about three love stories. The titlecharacter is a miniscule mechanic who pours all his love into the constructionof his Julie-mobile, so that he can travel to South America to be with hislove. Lea is a goth cat—all the characters are anthropomorphized animals—whofinds, and pours all her maternal love onto, a little piglet. Amandine is a sowand mother of Lea’s piglet. So myopic that she’s practically blind, she has allbut turned her back on her twelve other children in her obsession to find herone lost child.The stories share themesof blindness and obsession. Each character is in love and tries reshaped theirworld in honour of their love. But their world’s aren’t as malleable as theybelieve and while they each pursue their ideals they leave behind aconsiderable amount of wreckage. Salvatore has built his vehicle by stealingparts from his clients. Lea’s parents, who are quite rich, are deeply opposedto having a pig in their house and, because Lea absolutely refuses to get ridof it, are manipulating things in the hopes of getting her to do what theywant. And Amandine’s ignored children have turned to a life of crime and fraudin order to support themselves. Everything is constantly on the verge of ruin,and yet everyone pushes on. Salvatore and Amandine have deeply compromised themselvesin their pursuit of love. Lea’s wealth has helped keep her hands clean, but herfather has set up a long line of dominoes and it is obvious a day of reckoningis coming.I enjoyed De Crecy’s Glacial Period very much and pickedthese up with great expectations. I was not disappointed. His is the work of a fullymatured and gifted cartoonist, and he tells each of these stories withsympathy, but without excuses. I am sure you’ll enjoy them as much as I did.Originally Pubished at: David Bird

Salvatore

Salvatore

By David Bird in Blog on January 23, 2012

SalvatoreWritten by Nicolas DeCrecy, Art by Nicolas De CrecyVol. 1: Transports of Love (2010)Vol. 2: An Eventful Crossing (2011)Published by NBMThe new year gets off toa great start with two books by Nicolas De Crecy.Salvatore is about three love stories. The titlecharacter is a miniscule mechanic who pours all his love into the constructionof his Julie-mobile, so that he can travel to South America to be with hislove. Lea is a goth cat—all the characters are anthropomorphized animals—whofinds, and pours all her maternal love onto, a little piglet. Amandine is a sowand mother of Lea’s piglet. So myopic that she’s practically blind, she has allbut turned her back on her twelve other children in her obsession to find herone lost child.The stories share themesof blindness and obsession. Each character is in love and tries reshaped theirworld in honour of their love. But their world’s aren’t as malleable as theybelieve and while they each pursue their ideals they leave behind aconsiderable amount of wreckage. Salvatore has built his vehicle by stealingparts from his clients. Lea’s parents, who are quite rich, are deeply opposedto having a pig in their house and, because Lea absolutely refuses to get ridof it, are manipulating things in the hopes of getting her to do what theywant. And Amandine’s ignored children have turned to a life of crime and fraudin order to support themselves. Everything is constantly on the verge of ruin,and yet everyone pushes on. Salvatore and Amandine have deeply compromised themselvesin their pursuit of love. Lea’s wealth has helped keep her hands clean, but herfather has set up a long line of dominoes and it is obvious a day of reckoningis coming.I enjoyed De Crecy’s Glacial Period very much and pickedthese up with great expectations. I was not disappointed. His is the work of a fullymatured and gifted cartoonist, and he tells each of these stories withsympathy, but without excuses. I am sure you’ll enjoy them as much as I did.Originally Pubished at: David Bird

Seriously, South Carolina? Seriously?

Seriously, South Carolina? Seriously?

By David Bird in Blog on January 22, 2012

Yesterday saw the collapse of the Christian right and the Tea Party movement with the victory of a Washington insider whose 'character issues' eclipse every candidate's since Gary Hart, Gary Hart included.

Seriously, South Carolina? Seriously?

Seriously, South Carolina? Seriously?

By David Bird in Blog on January 22, 2012

Yesterday saw the collapse of the Christian right and the Tea Party movement with the victory of a Washington insider whose 'character issues' eclipse every candidate's since Gary Hart, Gary Hart included.

Nada Surf - The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy

Nada Surf - The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy

By Houman Sadri in Reviews on January 22, 2012

Houman Sadri reviews the new album by alt rock veterans Nada Surf.

Industry darling Rob Liefeld tweets that Infinite is dead

Industry darling Rob Liefeld tweets that Infinite is dead

By LOLtron in News with Benefits on January 21, 2012

The Infinite is dead.  Long live the....well, probably not the Infinite.

Marvel First Looks: Defenders #4

Marvel First Looks: Defenders #4

By SuperginraiX in Previews on January 20, 2012

Once again, you get the First Look at another Marvel Masterpiece!

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