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Kelley Jones illustrated some of the most celebrated and recognizable Batman images of the 1990s, including the “Batman & Dracula trilogy” which started with 1991’s Red Rain, and much of the covers for the pivotal “Knightfall” storyline. Now the artist is set to make a major return to the Dark Knight with the Batman: Kings
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Ontario’s Comic Con Revolution awarded celebrated comics creator Stan Sakai the first-ever Joe Kubert Distinguished Storyteller Award. The award honors Sakai’s 30-plus-year contribution to the comic book medium, for which he is most famous for creating the character Usagi Yojimbo. Sakai started out in comics in the early-’80s as a letterer, contributing to several independent
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Even though longtime DC Comics villain Lex Luthor is currently working alongside the Justice League in the pages of current miniseries Justice League: No Justice, Luthor won’t be working with the superheroes for long. In an exclusive interview with CBR, No Justice co-writer and upcoming Justice League scribe Scott Snyder reveals that Luthor eventually betrays the
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This coming August, DC Comics’ Suicide Squad and Aquaman titles are slated for a two-issue crossover titled “Sink Atlantis.” The two-issue storyline, co-written by Rob Williams and Dan Abnett, and drawn by Jose Luis and Vincente Cifuentes, centers on the Suicide Squad’s latest mission to — you guessed it — Atlantis. While there, the team discovers something that Amanda
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When Mech Cadet Yu launched last year from writer Greg Pak and artist Takeshi Miyazawa, the duo spoke about their previous collaborations — like creating Amadeus Cho — and their childhood love of giant robot stories. In the span of just a few issues, the book showed itself to be a complex and thoughtful look
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Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee’s name has made headlines countless times over that past few months, from health scares to reports of elder abuse to — most recently — Lee suing his former entertainment company POW! Entertainment for reportedly tricking him into signing over exclusive rights to his name and likeness, or outright forging his signature. However,
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Following his first real post made to Twitter, comics legend Stan Lee has now uploaded his first ever video to the social network. The video comes after Lee revealed that previous posts under his @TheRealStanLee Twitter account weren’t made by him, but rather by a third party. Lee earlier indicated he wanted to learn how to post videos
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In a lot of ways, Peter Parker has been his own worst enemy over the years, but a new teaser from Marvel indicates that may actually become a literal battle in August. Marvel is teasing a physical showdown between Peter and his webbed persona in Amazing Spider-Man #3, which is, frankly, only slightly confusing when
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Marvel Comics writer Jim Zub has responded to detractors who believe his introduction of a brand-new superhero — a young Inuk named Snowguard, aka Amka Aliyak — is part of some political agenda. Instead, he made it clear the character’s addition is all about lifting readers up and bringing new voices to the fore. Zub made
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This past Friday, Antarctic Press announced it would be publishing Jawbreakers–Lost Souls, a comic book written by Richard C. Meyer and drawn by Jon Malin and Brett R. Smith. Crowdfunded through Meyer’s fanbase, the comic has currently raised $248,906 on IndieGogo. Following Antarctic’s announcement, several comic book shops announced they would not sell Jawbreakers due to Meyer’s involvement in
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Comics legend Stan Lee just made his first real post to Twitter. The man behind Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four, Black Panther, and so many other beloved Marvel properties took to the social media platform to reveal that previous posts — under his account “@TheRealStanLee” — weren’t in fact by him, but a third party. “Today
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It’s only been a few years since DC successfully relaunched its line of comics with DC Rebirth, yet already online rumors recently started suggesting that the publisher was eyeing another possible reboot or relaunch. Well, DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee has just set the record straight on the gossip. Yesterday on Twitter, Lee decided to
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Marvel Comics’ Darth Vader series has been cleverly filling in the gaps between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, painting the story of Anakin Skywalker’s early days as the Emperor’s right-hand man in the cinematic universe created by George Lucas. In the upcoming arc, fans will now get a chance to learn more about Vader’s
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Marvel is celebrating the launch of Tony Stark: Iron Man #1 with the release of 20 variant covers, featuring many of the various armors set to appear in the series. Some of the armors to be showcased by artists Alexander Lozano and Valerio Schiti include the Hulkbuster and Bleeding Edge (recently seen in Avengers: Infinity War),
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SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Batman #46 by Tom King and Tony S. Daniel, on sale now. And some major facial hair.   So far in “The Gift,” Booster Gold has done nothing but screw up. In Tom King and Tony S. Daniel’s first chapter in Batman #45, Booster inadvertently created
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Adam Hughes has revealed his latest variant cover for the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man #800. The variant heavily features the love of Peter Parker’s life, Mary Jane Watson. If you liked my SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #300 Gwen cover, maybe you’ll care for my AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #800 cover, available on Tuesday! https://t.co/rQlYKCJLz2 pic.twitter.com/jrBbuEBFoW — Adam Hughes (@AH_AdamHughes) May
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Vampironica debuted in March of this year from the brother-sister creative team of co-writer Meg Smallwood and artist and co-writer Greg Smallwood. The latest in the Archie Horror line that was birthed by Afterlife with Archie, Vampironica delivers on exactly what the title implies: Veronica Lodge becoming a vampire. The book has also fallen victim
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Every teenager believes that a poor test score or an argument with a classmate is the end of the world, but for the kids of King’s Dominion School of the Deadly Arts — the central locale of writer Rick Remender and artist Wes Craig’s creator-owned Image Comics series Deadly Class, those situations really are life
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