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Meet The Tuskegee Heirs

Greg Burnham and Marcus Williams talk about the success of their Kickstarter for Tuskegee Airmen, about five talented teen pilots and big fighting robots.


In ‘Limbo’ With Wijngaard & Watters

Artist Caspar Wijngaard and writer Dan Watters talk about their surreal series Limbo, where ‘50s noir meets ‘80s neon in a world of magic, jazz, and Kafka.

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Could Deadpool Get A Boyfriend?

Ryan Reynolds thinks Deadpool 2 should explore his sexuality, making the Merc With a Mouth the first movie superhero to be in a relationship with another man.

First Look at ‘Supergirl’ Take on Superman’s Fortress of ‘Solitude’

Supergirl Fortress of Solitude Photo

Supergirl has almost built its own universe faster than the world around it, and now the CBS drama will flesh out one of its mythology’s most recognizable assets. Check out Supergirl’s Superman-free take on the Fortress of Solitude, coinciding with the arrival of another past Supergirl, Laura Vandervoort.

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New 12-Inch Marvel Legends Coming to Help Settle Civil War


If you thought the Marvel Legends line was going to stick to the 6" and 3.75" formats forever, you probably weren't alone in that thinking. Both scales of the Marvel Legends line have been doing well, and cover pretty much all the bases for highly-detailed and articulated mass market action figures. But Hasbro has bigger things in mind for the Marvel Legends, and ahead of Toy Fair the company announced a new 12" scale for the Legends banner. Hold onto your butts.

This fall, Hasbro will release the first 12" figures in the Legends line, with iO9 announcing Captain America and Iron Man as the first characters to make the leap to the larger scale. Currently the only way to get figures of this size from Hasbro is in the Titan Hero series, which feature the familiar faces of the Marvel Universe, though with simplified designs and just five points of articulation. There's nothing wrong with the Titan line, as its $9.99 price point makes it a good budget line for kids. The new 12" Marvel Legends will be a bit pricier ($50 each), but pack in a lot more detail, articulation and accessories.

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‘Arrow’ Post-Show Analysis: Season 4, Episode 13: ‘Sins of the Father’


It’s time for another installment of Pointed Commentary, the feature where grizzled Arrow watcher Matt D. Wilson and newcomer Chris Haley dig into the details of Team Arrow cleaning up the filthy, crime-ridden streets of Star City.

In this week’s episode, “Sins of the Father,” the League of Assassins finds itself embroiled in a civil war while Thea’s life hangs in the balance. Also, Felicity has coffee with her dad. The episode was directed by Gordon Verheul and written by Ben Sokolowski and Keto Shimizu.

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‘Beasts of Burden’ Returns In May With ‘What The Cat Dragged In’


It's been two years since the last installment of Dark Horse's creepy critter comic Beasts of Burden, but that long wait comes to an end this May with the release of a brand new one shot! Beasts of Burden: What the Cat Dragged In reunites Evan Dorkin, Sarah Dyer and Jill Thompson as the cats of Burden Hill investigate a black magic mystery.

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Ask Chris #277: Where Does ‘Strange Apparitions’ Sit In The Batman Canon?

Ask Chris #277, background art by Marshall Rogers

Q: Why is "Strange Apparitions" the best Batman run? - @IanGonzales

A: See what I mean about these questions that include their own answers right there in the premise?

I have to say, though: You're not wrong. Of all the great Batman runs that have helped to define the character, the six issues that Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers spent on Detective Comics back in 1978 stand out as one of the all-time greatest. It's intricately crafted, beautifully drawn, and while Englehart's claim that it more-or-less invented the Batman of the Modern Age might seem a little overblown at first glance, it's hard to argue that it's not at least a major part of the foundation of how the Caped Crusader would evolve over the following decade. As for just what makes it so great and why it stands the test of time, it all comes down to how they were able to build on the past while creating something that still feels modern almost 40 years later.

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‘Agent Carter’ Post-Show Analysis, Season 2, Episode 5: ‘The Atomic Job’


With Agents of SHIELD taking a much-needed winter break, Marvel’s other spy adventure series, Agent Carter, is back for a two-month engagement, with Hayley Atwell reprising her role as Peggy. Our AoS recappers Agent Ziah Grace and Agent Chris Haley are on hand to review the highs and lows as Agent Carter relocates to Los Angeles to bring down new foes.

This week Peggy and the gang have to plan not one, not two, but three heists, get some new help in the field, and deal with a serious construction related injury. Also, there’s a proposal! “The Atomic Job” was directed by Craig Zisk and written by Lindsey Allen.

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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Gets a New Logo, Full Cast Revealed Next Week


Production has officially begun on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in Atlanta, and James Gunn has shared a new set photo to kick things off. That photo features a new logo for the upcoming sequel, which doesn’t hit theaters until next year. And while we’ve been very patiently waiting for casting announcements, Gunn assures fans that we’ll get the full scoop next week.

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DC Collectibles New Movie Line Uses 3D Sculpting to Bring Silver Screen Characters to Life

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DC Collectibles

To this point, DC Collectibles has been reticent to deliver action figures based on the movie properties Warner Bros. produces based on the DC Comics library. There have been statues and replicas galore, but few actual action figures from DC's in-house collectibles team have been of the cinematic oeuvre. With the DC Cinematic Universe kicking into high gear this year, it's time for the DC Films Premium line to make its debut.

The first figures for the line will include a mash-up of Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice characters, all set to arrive in September. Armored Batman and Superman will represent BVS, with Zod, Faora and Jor-El coming from MoS. Now, I know there probably weren't too many people banging at the gates, begging for more Russel Crowe Jor-El figures, but at least his Kryptonian armor makes him a bit more interesting than any potential Kevin Costner Pa Kent would ever be. That's not a big factor in Jor-El's favor, but the guy's gotta take pluses where he can.

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Poll: Who Should Be Riverdale’s One True Power Couple?

Archie art by Dan DeCarlo and Henry Scarpelli

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so naturally, our thoughts have turned to comics' most infamous hotbed of love triangles: Riverdale, USA! For over 75 years, that idyllic town has been built around the eternal question of who makes the best couple, but we here at ComicsAlliance are not content to merely debate. We're here to settle this once and for all.

So today, join us as we turn things over to you, the readers, to help us decide the biggest, most romantic question of all: Who will reign supreme as Riverdale's One True Power Couple?

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