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Help Skeletor Learn The Meaning Of Christmas At Asylum’s Live Holiday Show


Looking for some holiday fun? In the New York City area? Come to Asylum's Not-So-Silent Night of Comedy tonight, Dec. 16th, starting at 6:30pm at the Delancey. Watch clips from weird and wacky holiday specials (like the infamous "He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special") chosen by the editors of ComicsAlliance, Asylum, Urlesque and StreetLevel...

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The Punisher’s Most Ridiculous Moments Ever


Remember when Wolverine's son Daken ripped Punisher to shreds a little while back? Well, the first part of Marvel's "Frankencastle" storyline, out this week, unveils Punisher's grisly new look.

And while it is sure to alienate fans who like their Punisher straight up, we have to admit to being intrigued...

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Retro: Liefeld Meets Dennis Miller In a Perfect Storm of ’90s Cliches


As Chris Sims' look at the amazing "Comic Book Greats: Rob Liefeld" video attests, Liefeld was a budding celebrity during the early '90s. Marketing-wise, you couldn't ask for a better hook: Here was this brash Gen X-er shaking up stuffy old Marvel with his "extreme" renditions of absurdly proportioned, suspiciously feet-less superheroes...

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‘Astro Boy’ Director David Bowers Talks Butt Guns, Robot Class Struggles, and Sequel Rumors


With the new 3-D computer-animated "Astro Boy" movie hitting theaters this week, American audiences will once again be introduced to one of the founding characters of Japanese manga and anime.

But will they take the bait this time around...

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David Letterman’s Scandalous Comic Book Moment


Perhaps you've been following the David Letterman extortion/sex scandal. Perhaps you caught his on-air mea culpa, where the late night host apologized to his wife, his staff, and even Sarah Palin.

But there's one more person to whom David Letterman owes an apology: A poor, hapless supervillain whom he publicly shamed on his NBC "Late Night" show way back in 1984...

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Hollywood’s Most Feared Blogger Nikki Finke Gets Drawn by Jaime Hernandez


This week's issue of "The New Yorker" features a profile on Nikki Finke, the much-feared Deadline Hollywood blogger who has Hollywood suits running scared. And, like many issues of the magazine, the article features a nifty drawing of Finke by indie comix legend Jaime Hernandez...

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Marvel Rides the ‘Sexy’ Halloween Costume Craze with ‘Women of Marvel’


Oh, dear. This was bound to happen eventually. Marvel has released a line of Halloween costumes featuring the women of Marvel. Congrats, Spider-Girl. You've now joined the ranks of "sexy" Halloween costumes; a proud tradition that includes cats, nurses, and pretty much every type of service industry job...

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Marvel Celebrates Soap Legend With Free ‘Guiding Light’ Comic


As your grandmother and soap-obsessed coworker have no doubt told you, "Guiding Light" is coming to an end this week after 72 years. Again, 72 years. It's officially the longest-running program in any medium, having debuted on radio way back in 1937...

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