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    Swamp Thing The Saga of Bernie Wrightson’s Mainstream Masterpiece

    Last month, the comics world suffered a blow when famed comic book artist Bernie Wrightson passed away at the age of 68. Wrightson had been a staple of the comics industry since his first work for DC Comics in 1968, penciling “House of Mystery.” Wrightson became known for his...
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    Comic Book Movies that Deserve a Re-boot

    Comic Book Movies that Deserve a Re-boot The cinematic world is awash with big budget franchises and our rabid devotion to such films tells us that there is no end in sight to their neigh-critic proof profitability. Movie studios know that if they can shoehorn a cameo or two...
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    On the Verge: comics you should read now

    On the Verge: comics you should read now Nowadays, it seems that once enough people are talking about a comic book, it quickly moves into the social consciousness and becomes significantly more popular.  Most of the time, blogs pick up books after they’ve already gotten a lot of buzz,...
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    Enter Sandman, How A Goth Changed Comics by Sarah Vale

    Enter Sandman, How A Goth Changed Comics by Sarah Vale It’s cool to be a nerd. Marvel is pretty much synonymous with box office success and there’s nothing obscure about saying you read graphic novels anymore. Neil Gaiman’s Sandman: Overtures is one of the most famous and influential comics every published....
  • Must-Read Graphic Novels

    By Alexandra Wilson We are in a new age of comic books and graphic novels. Yes, we’ve already had the Golden, Silver, and Bronze Ages, so this boom in diverse and quality storytelling means we’re in uncharted and unnamed territory.  Despite this, some graphic novels are timeless and remain...