Beauology 101: Comic Books: Simple Complications

Fantastic Four Issue 100

Fantastic Four Issue 100


Beau Smith looks at the idea of making comics simpler and shows that there’s more to it than you may think.

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For Your Consideration: DC’s The Joker: The Bronze Age Omnibus

The Joker: The Bronze Age Omnibus

The Joker: The Bronze Age Omnibus


The Joker has long been Batman’s archenemy and DC celebrates this rivalry, as well as the Joker’s battles with others, in The Joker: The Bronze Age Omnibus. Robert Greenberger gives you the rundown on what you’ll find in this amazing collection.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Jim Aparo – One of the Best

Legends of the Dark Knight: Jim Aparo Vol. 2

Legends of the Dark Knight: Jim Aparo Vol. 2


Jim Aparo was one of the most prolific artists of the Bronze Age, but never achieved the fan-favorite status of some of his peers. Wayne Markley thinks it’s time to change that and takes a look at Aparo’s amazing career.

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WHAT’S GOOD THIS WEEK? “GOOD” BEING IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER, ASSUMING BOTH EYES ARE WORKING…

Ironheart #1

Ironheart #1


KC Carlson takes a look at comics hitting stands today including Ironheart #1, Silver Age Teen Titans Volume 2, and Heroes in Crisis#3.

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MCU: MOOSE CUDDLING UATU No, wait… that’s not right…

Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years HC

Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years HC


The Marvel Cinematic Universe is 10 years old. KC Carlson takes a look at two books that celebrate these highly popular films.

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Interview: Curt Pires on Dark Horse’s Wyrd

Wyrd #1 Antonio Fuso cover

Wyrd #1 Antonio Fuso cover


When US law enforcement encounters cases too strange to solve, they call in Pitor Wyrd. Enter the realm of the bizarre in Dark Horse’s Wyrd. Writer Curt Pires reveals more about Pitor Wyrd and his world.

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Interview: Jeff Rougvie on Image’s Gunning For Hits

Gunning For Hits #1

Gunning For Hits #1


Jeff Rougvie has been in the music industry for years, working with artists including David Bowie, Big Star, and They Might Be Giants. Now, he comes to comics with Gunning For Hits, which follows A&R man Martin Mills through the heady days of the ’80s New York music scene. Rougvie tells us more about Martin and this exciting new series.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: So You Say it’s Your Birthday

Don Rosa Library of Walt Disney Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck Vol. 10: The Old Castle’s Other Secret

Don Rosa Library of Walt Disney Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck Vol. 10: The Old Castle’s Other Secret


The gift giving season is upon us! Wayne Markley recommends some books that would be good for the comic readers in your life.

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Interview: Gary Whitta and Darick Robertson on Image’s Oliver

Oliver #1

Oliver #1


Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) and Darick Robertson (Transmetropolitan) come together for Oliver, a post-apocalyptic superhero tale inspired by the classic story by Charles Dickens. The two creators sit down to tell you more about this upcoming series from Image.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: I’m Crabby

The March of the Crabs Vol. 1

The March of the Crabs Vol. 1


The bizarre world of a species of crabs is examined in BOOM! Studios/Archaia’s The March of the Crabs. But Arthur De Pins’ trilogy is so much more than that as Wayne Markley explains as he examines this excellent series.

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