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Let’s Not See This In 2010: Comics Trends That Need To Go Away This Year

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As we head towards the end of the year -- and the end of a decade, if you're not a stickler for how dates actually work -- it's time to say goodbye to all the things that made 2009 what it was

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Super-Sports Showdowns: The Comic Book/Sports Hero Clashes We Want to See

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Last week, DC announced that after thirty-two years, next fall finally sees a reprint of the 1978 classic, Superman vs. Muhamm

Batman For the Ages: Where the Dark Knight Should Time Travel

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Last week, DC announced that just over a year after his "death" at the hands (well, eyebeams) of Darkseid in "Final Crisis," Bruce Wayne will be returning next April in a time-travel epic by Grant Morrison that sees Batman as a caveman, a pirate, a cowboy, and a noirish private eye.

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The Holly and the Spidey: Our 8 Favorite Marvel Holiday Specials!

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Last week, we brought you a list of our favorite DC Christmas stories, but the Distinguished Competition isn't the only company that's brought its share of four-color holiday cheer! That's why this week, we've turned once again to ComicsAlliance contributor and recovering wassail addict Chris Sims to bring us Marvel's eight best holiday stories!


8. The Spirit of the Season - "Marvel Holiday Special" (1993)


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The Worst and Strangest Collectible Statues of 2009

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While we focus on toys fairly often at ComicsAlliance, there's another side of the comics collectibles world that we haven't paid quite as much attention to: Statues. Significantly more expensive than the average toy with a price that o

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Super-Gods: The Greatest Mythology in Comics

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This week sees the release of Michael Avon Oeming's "God Complex," a comic about a man named Paul who is actually the Greek god Apollo, trying to live a normal mortal life despite his divine family's best efforts at persuading him -- which, as this is comics, means trying to kill him.

Not only does

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Chris vs. Previews: December 2009

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The 500+ page Previews catalog can be pretty tough to get through, even for the most jaded comics reader. That's why every month, ComicsAlliance contributor Chris Sims sits down to scour the pages for the best, worst, and most mind-bogglingly insane items and bring them to you, the discerning reader, in our recurring feature, Chris vs. Previews!

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Happy Thanksgiving From NFL Superpro, the Football Superhero

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It's almost Thanksgiving here in the USA, and while that's nominally a holiday about showing our gratitude for the nice things we have -- friends, family, Batman -- let's be honest here: It's mostly about eating enough turkey to go into a tryptophan coma and watching football until you pass out

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True Stories of the ‘Core Marvel Universe’

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When ComicsAlliance contributor Chris Sims wrote a glowing review of "The Punisher" #11 -- in which the title character's dismembered body is stolen by a swamp monster and stitched up by Morbius the Living Vampire so that he can defend Monster Island from a renegade team of Japanese monster-hunting super-samurai -- a reader responded by saying that he didn't see the appeal of this concept being used "in the core Marvel Universe."

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The Most Bizarre Superpowers In Comics

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This week, the first volume of "Chew," the current indie darling from writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory, comes out in trade paperback, and we can't recommend it highly enough!

If you haven't read it, the story follows the adventures of an FDA inspector called Tony Chu, who, as a "cibopath," gets psychic impressions from the food he eats, which has led him to be the World's Greatest Cannibal Detective. This is a brilliant high concept and a truly unique super-pow

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