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Marvel’s 1999 ‘Got Milk’ Trading Cards Are Inexplicable, Nutritious

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The "Got Milk?" ads have been one of the most successful and enduring marketing campaigns of the last two decades, ever since that first commercial about a peanut butter-loving amateur historian aired in 1993, as directed -- no joke -- by Michael Bay.

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Link Ink: Kracklefest, Animated Pearls and Yotsuba&! Beheaded

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Music: Tickets are now on sale for KRACKLEFEST, featuring Kirby Krackle, Adam WarRock and H2Awesome! at Seattle's Hard Rock Cafe on March 5.

Webcomics: Ben Towle has begun posting pages from his upcoming graphic novel Oyster War on a designated Tumblr. Updates will be irregular, but OW fans will seemingly get to read the

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Classic Comic Ads Take You Back to the Days of Sea Monkeys

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The ads sprinkled through comic books have slowly evolved through the years, as comics moved from mainstream entertainment to collector's items, the comic book audience aged, and the internet became the number one repository of obvious scams, semi-obvious scams, and products that weren't scams but also weren't anything that people would buy.

Yes, the days of Sea Monkeys for saes may be behind us --

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Beyond Billboards: ComicsAlliance’s Picks For Mark Millar’s Next Publicity Stunt

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Mark Millar faced some blogosphere scrutiny early this morning when it was revealed that an image he'd posted on his Millarworld blog of a billboard in New York City's Times Square promoting he and Steve McN

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‘Green Lantern: First Flight’ Ads Crossover to Marvel

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It seems like something straight out of 2003's "JLA/Avengers" or 1996's Amalgam Universe: DC Comics characters like Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Batman and Superman gliding across a screen inches away from graphics of Marvel's mightiest heroes.

Well, it's actually happening -- in a sense -- over at Marvel.com thanks

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