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‘Fantastic Four’ #9 Recreated Page by Page with Indie Cartoonists [Art]


A couple of weeks ago we showed you a portion of Fantastic Four #9 redrawn by King City creator Brandon Graham. What we didn't realize at the time was that the commissioned piece was just one part of a larger and more ambitious work: The Fantastic Four #9 project, where every page of the classic 1961 issue will be redrawn by a different contemporary artist...

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Link Ink: New ‘Green Lantern’ Movie Poster Goes to Oa, ‘Bucko’ Wraps its First Chapter and the Raddest ‘The Muppet Show’ Playset You’ve Ever Seen


Movies: Warner Bros. latest Green Lantern movie poster is suitably sprawling. Ryan Reynolds even looks like he's wearing a real domino mask rather than a painted-on CGI one!

Upcoming: Following a few delays, it looks like Batwoman from J...

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The Incredible Change-Bots Ponder the Joy of Shooting Things with Lasers [Exclusive Comic]


As a fan of the Transformers who once wept big, fat, childhood-scarring tears when Optimus Prime died in the original movie, I've always enjoyed Jeffrey Brown's The Incredible Change-Bots, a parody/paean to the cartoon robots who once so delighted me by turning into construction equipment, eating iridescent cubes, and shooting everything with lasers...

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Jeffrey Brown’s ‘Paul is Undead’ Zombie Beatles Want to Hold Your Hand… and Eat It [Art]


If you missed the release of author Alan Goldsher's zombie-themed The Beatles parody, Paul is Undead, this past summer you've still got plenty of time to check out his horror-tinged, satirical prose. But what's more...

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MONSTERS Project: Jeffrey Brown Draws a Caffeine-Powered Frankenstein


The MONSTERS Project continues with a piece of original art by Jeffrey Brown, the indie creator best known for his work on "Clumsy," "Incredible Change-Bots," and most recently, "Undeleted Scenes." He illustrated an image of a modern Frankenstein's monster who finds himself brought to life by something darker and more powerful than anything the novel imagined: coffee...

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MoCCA 2007 Offers Singular Reading Experiences


Day one of the sixth annual Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art festival (MoCCA) in NYC was great fun, with a significantly increased amount of exhibitor space than I recall from past years -- including a swank "skylight" room on the 7th floor of the Puck building...

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Jeffrey Brown’s ‘Incredible Change-Bots’


Top Shelf Productions is one of my absolute favorite publishers in comics. I can't believe that it's their 10th anniversary, which is quite the accomplishment. I was looking around their website the other day when something caught my eye...

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