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Fury Of Firestorm: The Nuclear Man #15 Preview

Fury Of Firestorm: The Nuclear Man #15 Preview

By IvCNuB4 in Previews on December 27, 2012

DCU villains: smart enough to take over hero's bodies without violating Federal and Statutory Assault Laws

Your First Look at Hong Kong Phooey

Your First Look at Hong Kong Phooey

By Zechs in News with Benefits on December 27, 2012

Supposedly a video of the title character has been leaked online and a test reel of a shelved Marvin the Martian movie.

Superman #15 Preview (UPDATED)

Superman #15 Preview (UPDATED)

By IvCNuB4 in Previews on December 27, 2012

To stop a Kryptonian, Kal-El must seek help from Lex Luthor, the one person who does nothing but think about that!

Valiant Preview: Shadowman #3

Valiant Preview: Shadowman #3

By Royal Nonesuch in Previews on December 27, 2012

May a talking monkey guide you through your travels.

Review: Channel Zero The Complete Collection

Review: Channel Zero The Complete Collection

By Rui Esteves in Reviews on December 27, 2012

Cover Your mind is a weapon, use it. Do Something. This is the message repeated ad infinitum throughout Channel Zero. In a world very similar to ours, in the late 90s, America is a silently oppressed country. A place where personal liberties are exchanged for a false sense of security. Jennie is a teenager that fights against media censorship and freedom of speech. She will leave her mark, not only on America, but also on the world. Though pirate broadcasting and revolutionary messages Jennie 2.5 reawakens the spark that lives deep inside every one and drives us to be free. How is it? So it seems Channel Zero was Brian Wood's first published work. It started out as a college assignment that Brian Wood kept working on until he had the chance to publish it in 1997 through Image Comics. And  its all about raging against the machine, fighting the established power and freedom of speech. Jennie 2.5 fights a lone fight against the established power of the United States of America that rules with merciless censorship and an iron grip on the media. This is all made possible by the Clean Act. The Clean Act is Channel Zero's personification of the usual suspects when it comes to sci-fi oppressive regimes. "Its for your good", "Its for your safety" is all that's needed in order to kill freedom of speech in exchange for a false sense of security. Brian Wood writes in the commentaries that unlike most of his fellow creators he isn't ashamed of his first work. On the contrary he is proud of it. A sign of it is the fact that he has been revisiting Channel Zero several times over the years. And its not about creating a massive Universe that can last for years of storytelling. Its not about creating a book for the masses. Its all about passing a message. A message that something is wrong with the way the world is. A message that its our, the people, responsibility to intervene. A message that its no ok to just accept the Status Quo as it is without questioning it, without thinking about it. Channel Zero has a bit of Punk, a dash of anarchic and a table spoon of revolutionary in it. And that makes for a great recipe. A recipe for a story that is completely outside of the norm and that was written to pass a message, to leave the reader with something more than just a story on his/her's mind when its all done. Becky Cloonan's art is, for the lack of a better word, unique. Becky presents the reader with a very interesting array of contrasts between black and white (almost no grays or any other color). Its unique because it presents B&W art in a fashion I've never seen before (or since). Its not only unique, but its also gorgeous. The characters and the backgrounds alternate between well defined silhouette and masterfully impressionistic art. Its one of those WYSIWYG books. You look at the cover (any of them) and that is what you're going to get in the inside pages. It begins The making of the Clean Act Channel Zero The Complete Collection brings together everything there is about Channel Zero, form the original story to the prequel Jennie One graphic novel. The comics, the college assignments,  Brian's commentary, all the regime propaganda adds that were put in the original comics to mimic traditional comics add placement. Everything is collected except some minor texts and drafts Brian admits to have lost somewhere in time and space.  This is as close to a complete edition as there is. Don't forget Verdict? This is a very good book. Not only for the story but the whole package. The art is unique, the story is compelling even if you're no longer (or not yet) in the irreverent and revolutionary mind set that Jennie 2.5 is in. The thematic is a timeless one. Even now all over the world the freedom of speech is being attacked under the coat of political stability and the safety of the people. Jennie 2.5 lived in an alternative world, but she might as well have lived in ours. With that out of the way, Channel Zero is not propaganda. No more so than 1984, A Brave New World, Fahrenheit 451, Logan's Run, V for Vendetta or so many other classic sci-fi / dystopian stories out there. Channel Zero The Complete Collection might not be the easiest book to read, but it tells some great stories. Its also a cool book to look at and awesome looking in your shelf. Publisher: Dark Horse Year: 212 Pages: 296 Authors: Brian Wood, Becky Cloonan ISBN: 1595829369 Originally Published at Reading Graphic Novels http://readinggraphicnovels.blogspot.com/2012/12/review-channel-zero-complete-collection.html

Spider-Man and Power Pack - Jim Salicrup

Spider-Man and Power Pack - Jim Salicrup

By Arion in Reviews on December 27, 2012

John Byrne (cover / portada) Was Peter Parker sexually abused as a young boy? If your answer is a categorical ‘No’ then you haven’t read this one-shot. Certainly, it’s easy to imagine Spider-Man quarreling with the Green Goblin or Doctor Octopus on a daily basis, but it would be hard to visualize him defending himself against sexual offenders.  In 1984 Marvel Comics produced a free comic book in cooperation with the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse. There are two short stories in this comic, the first one titled “Secrets” featured Marvel’s most popular web-slinger, and it starts with a frightened young boy. When Spider-Man asks him what is going on, the kid is afraid to tell him, but eventually shares with him a shocking reveal: his babysitter had tried to undress him and touch him inappropriately.   Immediately Spider-Man remembers a rather unpleasant experience. It all begins in his early teens... as we all know, Peter Parker was always a nerdy, shy and friendless youngster, but a couple of years before he turned into the amazing Spider-Man he was befriended by a slightly older boy named Skip. Tired of being bullied in the school, Peter soon grows fond of Skip, who treats him kindly and amiably, or at least that’s what it seems at first.  Peter Parker meets the conniving Skip / Peter Parker conoce al taimado Skip One afternoon, Skip decides to take young Parker’s mind off science for a change, and he shows him a porno-graphic magazine saying maliciously “Bet you’ve never seen pictures like those in a stuffy text-book!”. Confronted for the first time in his life with porno-graphy, Peter doesn’t know how to react, and as the two boys sit together in the couch, Skip acts even more aggressively: “Let’s conduct a little experiment of our own! Let’s see if we can touch each other like the people in that magazine!”.  Writers Nancy Allen and Jim Salicrup don’t use thought bubbles, so we can’t really know what Peter Parker is thinking, but we can imagine how traumatic it can be that his one and only friend is demanding sexual favors. Common sense would dictate that even without his powers, Peter would simply leave the room “But the boy was too frightened to leave…”. Once the flashback is done, Spider-Man tells the young boy he is talking with that he was also a victim of sexual abuse, and he emphasizes the importance of talking about what has happened. Keeping secrets is never good, and so this boy finds the courage to talk about it with his parents. In the final page, Spider-Man admits that having repressed this memory for years has been eating away at him, but now, thanks to this encounter, just like in a psychoanalytic countertransference, he has finally faced the horror of the past and come to terms with it.   Was Peter Parker a victim of sexual abuse? / ¿Fue Peter Parker víctima de abuso sexual? Surely, the outcome of this story might be a bit too upbeat especially since child moles-tation is a delicate subject, but the thing is that Jim Salicrup did every-thing he could to transmit a clear message: no one has the right to touch your body in a way that makes you feel uncom-fortable and if something like that happens you have the right to talk about it without feeling guilty. As it turns out, many victims of sexual abuse often feel guilty or ashamed about what happened and that’s why they never accuse their aggressors.  “Runaway”, the second story (scripted by Louise Simonson) revolves around Power Pack, a group of kids that help one of their friends who is being sexually assaulted by her own father. In this case, the situation is even more complicated, as the girl tells her mother what is happening and the woman refuses to believe such an awful thing could happen in her home. The conclusion of Simonson’s story is very similar to the previous one: talk about your experience with your parents, if they don’t believe you, talk about it with other adults until you find someone who does. June Brigman and Bob Wiacek are in charge of the art of “Runaway” while Jim Mooney and Mike Esposito penciled and inked “Secrets”, the cover was done by renowned artist John Byrne. A few months ago, Jim Salicrup was interviewed in Bleeding Cool. Since this comic book was free, there were hundreds of thousands of copies that were given to children. And what do you think it happened after so many children read “Spider-Man and Power Pack Giveaway”? Personally, I would have thought that just like it happens with anti-tobacco campaigns, this initiative would prove quite futile. And I would have been wrong to think that. As Jim affirms “I had been sent copies of newspaper articles reporting on arrests and such that were made as a direct result of children reporting abuse after reading the comic”. So in other words, this actually worked. Nonetheless, Jim also confirms that “What matters is that the comic was published by Marvel in the first place. Even if they might be embarrassed by it now”.   Indeed, 28 years after the release of “Spider-Man and Power Pack Giveaway”, Marvel has eliminated this story from a recent ‘social issues’ anthology; back in the day, Marvel used to collaborate with the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse and other similar institutions; they are now reprinting stories about drug abuse and other topics but deliberately avoiding the subject of sexual abuse. Has this turned into a dangerous taboo in recent years? Or is it that since Disney owns Marvel now, they’d like to presume that if you don’t talk about sexual molestation then it’s easier to pretend no such thing exists? The truth is that a victim of sexual abuse usually represses the painful memories, and feels ashamed of what has happened. And ironically, when Marvel chose not to reprint this story they failed at burying the truth, because in the end, their silence becomes more eloquent than anything else. So coming back to the initial question, ‘Was Peter Parker sexually abused as a young boy?’ the answer should be a resounding ‘Yes’.  _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ ¿Fue Peter Parker abusado sexualmente de chico? Si responden con un categórico 'No' es porque no han leído este cómic. Desde luego, es fácil imaginar a Spider-Man luchando contra el Duende Verde o el Doctor Octopus a diario, pero sería difícil visualizarlo defendiéndose de depredadores sexuales. Power Pack (“Runaway”) / Power Pack (“Fugitiva”) En 1984, Marvel Comics produjo un cómic gratuito en cooperación con el Comité Nacional de Prevención de Abuso Infantil. Hay dos historias cortas en este cómic, la primera titulada "Secretos" es protagoni-zada por el lanza-redes más popular de Marvel, y empieza con un niño asustado. Cuando Spider-Man le pregunta qué sucede, el infante tiene miedo de hablar, pero al final comparte con él una impactante revelación: su niñera había intentado desvestirlo y tocarlo de manera inapropiada. De inmediato, Spider-Man recuerda una experiencia bastante deplorable. Todo comienza en los primeros años de adolescencia de Peter Parker, cuando era un nerd tímido y sin amigos... mucho antes de convertirse en el asombroso Spider-Man, Peter trabó amistad con un muchacho llamado Skip. Cansado de ser maltratado en el colegio, Peter siente aprecio por Skip, quien lo trata con amabilidad y camaradería, o al menos así parece. Una tarde, Skip decide que el jovencito Parker debe dejar de pensar tanto en ciencia, y le muestra una revista pornográfica mientras dice con malicia "Te apuesto que nunca has visto fotos como estas en tus librotes". Confrontado por primera vez en su vida con pornografía, Peter no sabe cómo reaccionar, y cuando los dos chiquillos se sientan juntos en el sofá, Skip actúa con agresividad: "¡Hagamos nuestro propio experimento! ¡Veamos si podemos tocarnos el uno al otro como lo hacen en esta revista!" Los escritores Nancy Allen y Jim Salicrup no usan burbujas de pensamiento, así que no podemos saber qué es lo que Peter Parker está pensando, pero podemos imaginar lo traumático que sería que su único amigo le exija favores sexuales. El sentido común dictaría que, incluso sin sus poderes, Peter simplemente saldría de la habitación "pero el chico estaba demasiado asustado para irse...". Cuando el flashback termina, Spider-Man le dice al niñito con el que conversa que él también fue víctima de abuso sexual, y enfatiza la importancia de hablar sobre lo que ha pasado. Guardar secretos nunca es bueno, así que este niño encuentra el valor para hablar con sus padres. En la página final, Spider-Man admite que reprimir este recuerdo por años lo ha estado carcomiendo, pero ahora, gracias a este encuentro, al igual que en una contratransferencia psicoanalítica, finalmente se ha enfrentado al horror del pasado y ha asimilado lo sucedido. El desenlace de esta historia podría parecer demasiado optimista sobre todo con un tema tan delicado como el abuso infantil, pero lo cierto es que Jim Salicrup hizo todo lo posible para trasmitir con claridad un mensaje: nadie tiene derecho a tocar tu cuerpo si es que eso te hace sentir incómodo y si algo así pasa tienes el derecho de denunciarlo sin sentirte culpable. Como suele suceder, muchas víctimas de abuso sexual a menudo se sienten culpables o avergonzados y por eso nunca acusan a sus agresores. “Fugitiva”, la segunda historia (escrita por Louise Simonson) gira en torno a Power Pack, un grupo de jovencitos que ayudan a una de sus amigas que está siendo violada por su propio padre. En este caso, la situación es incluso más complicada, ya que la niña le dice a su madre lo que está pasando y la mujer se rehúsa a creer que algo tan horrible sucede en su hogar. La conclusión de la historia de Simonson es similar a la anterior: habla de tu experiencia con tus padres, si no te creen, habla con otros adultos hasta encontrar a alguien que sí te crea. June Brigman y Bob Wiacek están a cargo del arte de “Fugitiva”, mientras que Jim Mooney y Mike Esposito dibujan y entintan "Secretos", la portada fue hecha por el renombrado artista John Byrne. How to prevent sexual abuse? / ¿Cómo prevenir el abuso sexual? Hace unos meses, Jim Salicrup fue entrevistado en Bleeding Cool. Al ser un cómic gratuito, cientos de miles de ejemplares fueron repartidos. ¿Y qué creen que ocurrió después de que tantos niños leyeran “Spider-Man y Power Pack"? Hubiera imaginado que, tal como sucede con campañas anti-tabaco, esta iniciativa sería fútil. Y me hubiera equivocado. Como afirma Jim "Me fueron enviadas copias de artículos de periódico reportando arrestos que fueron hechos como resultado directo de niños reportando abusos después de leer el cómic". Así que, en otras palabras, esto realmente funcionó. No obstante, Jim también confirma que "lo que importa es que el cómic fue publicado por Marvel en primer lugar. Incluso si ellos ahora se puedan sentir avergonzados por ello". De hecho, 28 años después del “Spider-Man and Power Pack Giveaway”, Marvel ha eliminado esta historia de su reciente antología de 'temas sociales'; décadas atrás, Marvel solía colaborar con el Comité Nacional de Prevención de Abuso Infantil y otras instituciones similares; ahora ellos están reimprimiendo historias sobre drogadicción y otros asuntos pero están evitando deliberadamente el tema del abuso sexual. ¿Se ha convertido esto en un peligroso tabú en años recientes? ¿O será que desde que Disney se ha adueñado de Marvel, ellos prefieren suponer que si no hablan del abuso sexual infantil entonces es más fácil fingir que no existe? La verdad es que la víctima de abuso sexual por lo general reprime los dolorosos recuerdos, y siente vergüenza. Irónicamente, cuando Marvel decidió que no reimprimiría esta historia fracasaron en sepultar la verdad, porque al final, su silencio es más elocuente que cualquier otra cosa. Así que regresando a la pregunta inicial, '¿fue Peter Parker abusado sexualmente de chico?' la respuesta sería un resonante 'Sí'. Originally Published at http://artbyarion.blogspot.com/2012/12/spider-man-and-power-pack-jim-salicrup.html

Why I Love Comics #116 Best of 2012!

Why I Love Comics #116 Best of 2012!

By Eric Ratcliffe in Podcasts on December 26, 2012

On this episode of the podcast I was joined by good friends Greg Novak and Jeremy Wiggins as we talk the best of 2012!

What Are You Buying 1/2/2013?

What Are You Buying 1/2/2013?

By GHERU in News with Benefits on December 26, 2012

New year = new comics! Youngbood #75 (WTF?) and Morbius #1 (WTF?)

WINNER: Comic Of The Week - 12/26/2012: Justice League Vol 2 #15 by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis

WINNER: Comic Of The Week - 12/26/2012: Justice League Vol 2 #15 by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis

By GHERU in Features on December 26, 2012

WINNER: Comic Of The Week - 12/26/2012: Justice League Vol 2 #15 by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis

WINNER: Cover Of The Week - 12/26/2012: Justice League Vol 2 #15 Variant Billy Tucci Cover

WINNER: Cover Of The Week - 12/26/2012: Justice League Vol 2 #15 Variant Billy Tucci Cover

By GHERU in Features on December 26, 2012

WINNER: Cover Of The Week - 12/26/2012: Justice League Vol 2 #15 Variant Billy Tucci Cover

Dan Slott Blocks Marvel After Press Release Spoils Amazing Spider-Man #700

Dan Slott Blocks Marvel After Press Release Spoils Amazing Spider-Man #700

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 26, 2012

The superstar writer makes good on his promise to unfriend anyone who spoils the final issue of Amazing Spider-Man. SPOILERS WITHIN!!!

Toonami Supernova Megamix

Toonami Supernova Megamix

By Zechs in News with Benefits on December 26, 2012

A gift for the fans from the creative team behind Toonami.

Doctor Who- The Snowmen

Doctor Who- The Snowmen

By Dr. Improbable in Features on December 25, 2012

Winter is Coming! Wait, which show am I recapping?

Just a Little More Blud: Ho Ho Horny

Just a Little More Blud: Ho Ho Horny

By Jude Terror in Webcomics on December 25, 2012

A very special Christmas episode of Just a Little More Blud for all you hemophiliacs!

A Journey Through Skyrim #21

A Journey Through Skyrim #21

By xaraan in Webcomics on December 25, 2012

A special issue falls on Christmas day, as issue 21 of our weekly webcomic hits the interwebs.

Batman Beyond Unlimited #11 Preview

Batman Beyond Unlimited #11 Preview

By IvCNuB4 in Previews on December 25, 2012

The first time in print for these digital-first adventures as Bruce Wayne Fights New Jokerz!

Outhouse to Change Slogan After Deplorable Actions of Rich Johnston

Outhouse to Change Slogan After Deplorable Actions of Rich Johnston

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 25, 2012

In light of recent actions by Bleeding Cool's Rich Johnston, The Outhouse introduces a new slogan.

Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #4 Preview

Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #4 Preview

By IvCNuB4 in Previews on December 22, 2012

'Let it burn...'

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic- Apple Family Reunion

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic- Apple Family Reunion

By Dr. Improbable in Features on December 22, 2012

Proof that you can have too much family

Tablet Screen Sizes Explained - A Digital Comics Buyer's Guide to Tablets

Tablet Screen Sizes Explained - A Digital Comics Buyer's Guide to Tablets

By Jude Terror in Features on December 21, 2012

What the fuck does a 10.1 inch screen really mean? We did the math so you don't have to.

DC Burns Steph Brown Fans Again; Gail Simone to Write Barbara Gordon Batgirl

DC Burns Steph Brown Fans Again; Gail Simone to Write Barbara Gordon Batgirl

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 21, 2012

Christmas came early for people who enjoy the misfortune of fans of toxic Batgirl Stephanie Brown.

Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited Coming to Android Too!

Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited Coming to Android Too!

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 21, 2012

Marvel's netflix-like digital comics subscription service, already in beta for iOS, will be making its way to android devices soon!

Deathmatch #1 Preview

Deathmatch #1 Preview

By IvCNuB4 in Previews on December 21, 2012

BOOM! Studios jumps on the super hero death-match fad with $1 issues.

FRANK HELP! - 12/20/2012

FRANK HELP! - 12/20/2012

By Frankenstein, Former Agent of S.H.A.D.E. in Columns on December 21, 2012

YOU MAY NOT KNOW THIS, BUT FRANK LOVE MUMFORD MOVIE!

Keith Giffen To Revamp “Legion Of Super Heroes”.

Keith Giffen To Revamp “Legion Of Super Heroes”.

By IvCNuB4 in News with Benefits on December 21, 2012

Beginning in February 'no one is safe!' This doesn't bode well for Karate Kid!

Hit-Girl # 4 - Mark Millar

Hit-Girl # 4 - Mark Millar

By Arion in Reviews on December 20, 2012

Even without Kick-Ass’s help, Hit-Girl continues to wreak havoc in the underworld. She has targeted the mafia, and she’s relentless. Mr. Genovese, the big boss, loses millions of dollars as his clandestine transactions are routinely intercepted by a 12-year-old girl more lethal than anyone else in the world. Meanwhile, after torturing the most popular girl in school, Mindy is finally welcomed by all girls. Suddenly, they all want to sit next to her during lunch and Mindy is the one that gets to decide who deserves the privilege of her company. Dave Lizewski is still recovering after breaking his arm, and that’s when he gets a mysterious message sent by his nemesis, Red Mist.  Red Mist tells him that he has been training in Asia with the best martial arts experts that money can buy (or hire), and he compares himself to Bruce Wayne before turning into Batman; he warns Dave about his fighting abilities that have now increased beyond all measure. However, what Red Mist doesn’t know is that his masters are only interested in the thousands of dollars he has been paying them, and instead of teaching him Kung Fu secrets they simply make him do weird exercises that look cool but that have no real purpose. This is an important subplot, as Red Mist’s fighting abilities will be tested on his final confrontation with Kick-Ass in the second volume of the series.  There are some really funny references to pop culture, movies (such as “Batman Begins”) and even comics, as Red Mist tells Dave to enjoy DC’s relaunch in the little time he has left (ironically, this relaunch is no longer bringing joy to DC, as their sales continue to decline, but I doubt Millar has used these line to make fun of the Distinguished Competition). Another subplot that will have greater repercussions in the second volume is the fact that Mindy’s stepfather finds out she has been killing dozens of mobsters in recent weeks, and forbids her to continue acting as Hit-Girl. Now Mindy will have to do everything she can to escape from home if she wants to keep fighting against crime, but clearly her stepfather is smart enough to keep an eye on her, after all, he is a cop.  _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Incluso sin la ayuda de Kick-Ass, Hit-Girl continúa agrediendo al bajo mundo. Su blanco es la mafia, y ella es implacable. Mr. Genovese, el gran jefe, pierde millones de dólares cuando sus transacciones son interceptadas rutinariamente por una niña de 12 años realmente letal. Mientras tanto, después de torturar a la chica más popular del colegio, Mindy por fin es bien recibida por todas las chicas. De pronto, todas ellas quieren sentarse a su lado a la hora del almuerzo, y es Mindy la que debe decidir quiénes merecen el privilegio de su compañía. Dave Lizewski aún se está recuperando después de romperse el brazo, y ahí es cuando recibe un misterioso mensaje enviado por su némesis Red Mist.  Red Mist le dice que ha estado entrenando en Asia con los mejores expertos en artes marciales que el dinero puede comprar (o alquilar), y se compara a sí mismo con Bruce Wayne antes de convertirse en Batman; advierte a Dave sobre sus habilidades de lucha que ahora se han incrementado. Sin embargo, lo que Red Mist no sabe es que sus maestros sólo están interesados en los miles de dólares que él está pagando, y en vez de enseñarles los secretos del Kung Fu lo fuerzan a hacer raros ejercicios que se ven alucinantes pero que en realidad no tienen ningún propósito. Este es un sub-argumento importante ya que las habilidades de pelea de Red Mist serán puestas a prueba en la confrontación final con Kick-Ass en el segundo volumen de la serie.  Hay algunas referencias muy divertidas sobre la cultura pop, películas (como “Batman Begins”) e incluso cómics, cuando Red Mist le dice a Dave que disfrute el relanzamiento de DC mientras pueda (irónicamente, este relanzamiento ya no resulta un disfrute para DC, y es que sus ventas continúan cayendo, pero dudo que Millar haya usado esta frase para burlarse de la Distinguida Competencia). my drawing / mi dibujo Otro sub-argumento que tendrá mayores repercusiones en el segundo volumen es el hecho que el padrastro de Mindy descubre que ella ha estado matando a docenas de mafiosos en las últimas semanas, y le prohíbe continuar actuando como Hit-Girl, Ahora Mindy tendrá que hacer todo lo que pueda para escapar de casa si es que quiere seguir luchando contra el crimen, pero su padrastro sabe que debe vigilarla, después de todo, él es un policía. Originally Published at http://artbyarion.blogspot.com/2012/12/hit-girl-4-mark-millar.html

Gail Simone to Write Stephanie Brown Book for DC?!

Gail Simone to Write Stephanie Brown Book for DC?!

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 20, 2012

Rumors are swirling that DC is about to make a huge announcement about Gail Simone's next book. Could it be...?

Zenescope Gives the Gift of Masturbation Fodder This Xmas

Zenescope Gives the Gift of Masturbation Fodder This Xmas

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 20, 2012

Check out these holiday greetings from Zenescope Entertainment, the leader in softcore comic book porn.

Gaiman to Retire from Book Signings

Gaiman to Retire from Book Signings

By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 20, 2012

The popular writer of many things, including comics, says the tour for The Ocean at the End of the Lane will be his last.

Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man Returns

Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man Returns

By Zechs in News with Benefits on December 20, 2012

The Marvel animated cartoon returns with all new episodes beginning in January.

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