Beauology 101: The Purpose Of Comic Books In The Modern World

Comic Book Implosion: An Oral History Of DC Comics Circa 1978 From TwoMorrows Publishing

Comic Book Implosion: An Oral History Of DC Comics Circa 1978 From TwoMorrows Publishing


With so much to choose from for your entertainment today, Beau Smith slows down and takes a look at a couple things he really likes; TwoMorrows’ Retro Fan Magazine and Comic Book Implosion: An Oral History Of DC Comics Circa 1978.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: More Marvel #1’s

Tony Stark, Iron Man #1

Tony Stark, Iron Man #1


There are so many new Marvel Comics series that Wayne Markley decided to look at more of them including Marvel Rising, Tony Stark, Iron Man, and X-23.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Marvel’s Renaissance

Captain America #1

Captain America #1


Marvel has recently been relaunching some of their biggest titles including Captain America, Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers, and more. Want to know more about them? Wayne Markley’s got ya covered.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Surprise, Surprise

Poochytown

Poochytown


Westfield’s Wayne Markley shares his thoughts on some collections he’s read recently including Poochytown, Betty and Veronica: Vixens Vol. 1, and Guardians of the Galaxy: Road to Annihilation.

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TEEN TITANS: YEAR ONE — FACT OR FICTION?

Teen Titans: Year One

Teen Titans: Year One


KC Carlson revs up his time machine and takes us back to 2008, George W. Bush was the U.S. President, the CERN Large Hadron Collider was unveiled, Bill Gates steps down as Chairman of Microsoft, the Phillies win the World Series, and DC release the Teen Titans: Year One miniseries. KC tells you all about one of these events. (Spoiler alert: it’s Teen Titans: Year One.)

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Review: IDW’s Eight Million Ways to Die

Eight Million Ways to Die

Eight Million Ways to Die


Lawrence Block’s popular character Matthew Scudder makes his graphic novel debut in IDW’s Eight Million Ways to Die, adapted by John K. Snyder III from the most popular novel in the series. Westfield’s Roger Ash shares his thoughts on the book which is available today.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Off to War

Charley’s War: The Definitive Collection Vol. 1 - Boy Soldier

Charley’s War: The Definitive Collection Vol. 1 – Boy Soldier


Wayne Markley looks at the history of war comics, and highly recommends a collection of the classic British series, Charley’s War.

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B&B v.3 x 35 = FUN!

The Brave and the Bold Vol. 1

The Brave and the Bold Vol. 1


Who doesn’t love a good team-up? For years, DC presented some of the best in The Brave and the Bold. KC Carlson looks back at a very fun run of The Brave and the Bold featuring work by Mark Maid, George Perez, Jerry Ordway, J. Michael Straczynski, Jesus Saiz, and others.

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: Fantagraphics’ Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse – An Appreciation

Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Vol. 1: Race To Death Valley

Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Vol. 1: Race To Death Valley


Floyd Gottfredson’s name is practically synonymous with the Mickey Mouse newspaper strip and some of Mickey’s grandest adventures. Fantagraphics’ recently completed a 14 volume set collecting the first 25 years of the comic strip, which features all of Gottfredson’s work on the strip before it became gag-a-day. Westfield’s Roger Ash takes a fond look at this epic undertaking.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: What a Wonderful World

Disney Masters Vol. 1: Mickey Mouse: The Delta Dimension

Disney Masters Vol. 1: Mickey Mouse: The Delta Dimension


Walt Disney characters are loved the world over. Wayne Markley takes a fond look at some recent collections of Disney comics including the first volume in Fantagraphics’ Disney Masters series and IDW’s Walt Disney’s Treasury of Classic Tales and Silly Symphonies: The Complete Comics.

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