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The new "publisher" will basically just cross-promote the Kickstarter campaigns of its founding members.
Jim Lee will be kept as far away as possible.
Which classic hip hop album covers will Marvel "homage" without paying any royalties to the original creators? Click to find out!
Is it time to reset the Has DC Done Something Stupid Today counter?!
Greg Nicotero says fans are "gonna be mad" at the first episode, which is really saying something after the reaction to the season 6 finale cliffhanger.
Dynamite Comics will publish a new licensed comic book based on the video game Killer Instinct.
The comic adapts the real story of an anonymous woman living through the Syrian Civil War.
A new print zine from Comics and Cola's Zainab Akhtar features critical essays from ten of comics' top writers, and plans to actually give them money.
Comic Book Legend Revealed: Did CBR Castoffs "Comics Should Be Good" Launch a New Site Called "Atomic Junk Shop?"By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on October 3, 2016
They were so integrated into the new CBR they integrated into their own, separate website.
Thanks to buying in big on the early 90s comic book speculation boom, the Republican presidential candidate may have avoided paying taxes for years.
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