Tag: Comics

Top Cow’s The Darkness Comic Book Relaunch to be “a Hard R”

Back in the ’90s, a very interesting period for comic books, new publishers and characters broke into the medium’s mainstream. Image Comics was at the very top of the new companies. It was founded by former top Marvel talents who walked away from the company to start a business of their...

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Why is the Comics Direct Market so Important Anyway?

For almost a century, North American comic books have been released through business models which have – historically – made the entire medium be regarded by the general consensus as “cheap, disposable entertainment.” Even in modern times, the current direct market model, distributed...

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REVIEW: Sonic the Hedgehog #1-4 by IDW

Longtime SEGA mascot Sonic the Hedgehog has had his own comic book since his first four-issue miniseries debuted in 1992. That 4-part series, published by Archie Comic Publications, Inc., would eventually earn a Guinness World Record in 2008 for the longest-running comic book based on a video game. ...

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REVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2018)

“With great power must also come great responsibility.” That singular phrase is what writer Nick Spencer and artist Ryan Ottley were entrusted with when they took their respective torches from Dan Slott and his menagerie of collaborators during his run on Marvel’s flagship masked hero. This un...

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Superhero Spotlight: Black Panther

Black Panther is more than just a hero; he is a king, a protector and a warrior. The history of Black Panther goes back thousands of years. To become Black Panther, one must participate in tasks that are both physical and mental, including defeating the current Black Panther in battle. If all the ta...

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