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Webcomic Inserts Superheroes in the First ‘Peanuts’ Strip

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The webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again" -- not be confused with the adorable animal friendship site "Let's Be Friends" -- recently posted an homage to "Peanuts" by Charles Schultz that echoes its very first strip nearly line for lin

Cops Arrest Superman and Batman in Times Square

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Superman and Batman -- or rather, actors dressed like them -- are a familiar fixture in Times Square, where they earn money by posing for pictures with tourists.

The New York City police recently cracked down on the practice, arresting two men dressed as Superman and Batman

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Super-Tiny Superheroes in Slinkachu Art Installation

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The UK artist Slinkachu is best known for his "little people" art installations, where he revamps model train set characters and photographs them in seemingly giant-sized public settings.

Now, Slinkachu has turned to superheroes f

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Blue Beetle Cameo In ‘Ben 10′ Comic Story?

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Despite being created by comic book heavy hitters Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly and Steven T. Seagle of the "Man of Action" collective, their immensely successful "Ben 10" franchise has yet to properly cross over with established comic book franchises

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Obama in Comics: Part 2

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A few weeks ago I rounded up all the Obama cameos in comics I could find, but it turns out that the Obama tie-in train is impossible to stop, and they just keep on coming. I've got a new batch that includes everything from a tale about Obama as an adorable little boy growing up in Indonesia to a completely out of control erotic manga featuring the President and the P

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Superhero Renaissance Mashup Paintings

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A few years back, Worth1000 had a photoshopping contest where it asked readers to combine superheroes and Renaissance paintings in interesting ways. The result were hugely entertaining -- particularly if you have any familiar with t

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Comics with Problems: NAACP Voting Rights Comic

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The "Comics with Problems" archive runs the gamut from Captain Alcoholic, the alcoholic superhero, to Alpha, the judgmental robot who hates pot, with a newly added 1960s NAACP comic encouraging blacks to dem

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The JLA To Unite With ‘The 99′ In Middle East Crossover

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The biggest names in the Middle East are headed for the DC Universe as "THE 99" meet the Justice League of America in an upcoming comics miniseries.

Rooted in Islamic history and culture, "THE 99" follows a global group

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Gays In Comics: From Northstar to Shatterstar

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The most recent issue of "X-Factor" ended with two male team members, Shatterstar and Rictor, making out. While we'll have to wait till next month to find out whether they're gay, bisexual, or it's some sort of mind-control plot p

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Superhero Poetry Anthology Accepting Submissions

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While poetry doesn't often crossover to comics -- save the occasional Neil Gaiman epigraph -- there are a few exceptions. Like the anthology that editors Andrea Reid and Maya Jewell Zellerare currently compiling titled "Betwee

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