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Link Ink: New X-Men Teams, DC’s ‘New 52′ Commercials And Hope For ‘Locke & Key’ On TV


Teams: Marvel Comics has released its initial lineups for its X-teams following the events of Schism. What do you think of the new teams?

Creators: Kate Beaton will be touring North America in support of her new Hark...

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‘Strong Female Characters’ Inspires Strong Female Fan Art, Animation


Strong Female Characters is a new team of scantily-clad, ultra-violent super-heroines composed of Georgia O'Queefe, Queen Elizatits, and Susan B. Assthony. Created by Kate Beaton, Meredith Gran and Carly Monardo, the ladies poke fun at the way women are frequently depicted in modern adventure comics...

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SEXISM IS OVER: Kate Beaton’s ‘Strong Female Characters’ [Webcomic]


Cartoonist Kate Beaton has created another characteristically hilarious webcomic lampooning the popular treatment of female characters in mainstream American comics. Called Strong Female Characters, the strip is inspired by characters Beaton created in a Twitter-based collaboration/conversation with fellow cartoonists Meredith Gran and Carly Monardo...

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Link Ink: Collected ‘Hark! A Vagrant’ Gets a Cover, Hot Toys Does Harry Osborn and ‘Doctor Who’ Goes Anime


Upcoming: Kate Beaton's collected Hark! A Vagrant finally has a cover to official watch out for when it drops in October.

TV: AMC's The Walking Dead could be hit with some budget cuts. Do you fear for the show's season two quality...

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Parting Shot: Kate Beaton’s Brown Recluse Spider-Man


Kate Beaton of the illustrious Hark! A Vagrant turns her attention to a certain web-slinger in a series of strips reimagining Peter Parker as Brown Recluse Spider-Man (who does whatever a brown recluse spider can)...

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Kate Beaton’s Lois Lane Would Like Superman to Kindly Get Out of Her Way


While Kate Beaton has focused much of her fan-favorite Hark, A Vagrant! on historical figures and fat ponies, she's also strayed into the world of superheroes numerous times, with Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Wolverine strips on her site and an official Marvel comic of her own in the Strange Tales II anthology...

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Strange Tales II: The 50-Page Bonanza of Art and Extras [Exclusive]


The Strange Tales II hardcover comes out tomorrow, chock full of superhero stories where your favorite indie creators try their hand at the heroes of the Marvel Universe. To celebrate the occasion, Marvel has graciously given us over 50 exclusive pages of sketches, inks, thumbnails and process images from the anthology series to give you a glimpse into the process of creators like Kate Beaton, Jeffrey Brown, Dean Haspiel, Ivan Brunetti, Farel Dalrymple, Frank Santoro, Ben Marra, Ivan Brunetti, Paul Hornschemeier, Edu Medeiros, and Paul Vella...

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‘Perry Bible Fellowship’ Meets Galactus in the ‘Strange Tales II’ Hardcover


Marvel's Strange Tales anthology returned with its second series last October, winning our hearts yet again by pairing up a long list of indie and webcomic creators like Kate Beaton (Hark! A Vagrant), Nicholas Gurewitch (Perry Bible Fellowship), and Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez (Love and Rockets) for a series of quirky, unconventional stories that take your favorite Marvel superheroes way outside of their usual wheelhouse...

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Kate Beaton Makes ‘Doctor Who’ Comic Without Ever Watching ‘Doctor Who’


The life of a cartoonist is much busier than some fans may believe -- too busy to catch television at times. So when Kate Beaton tweeted that she had never seen the popular BBC series Dr. Who, but decided to make a comic about it anyway, die-hard fans of the good doctor held their breath in anticipation, perhaps expecting that their favorite show's pristine image would be tarnished by an outsider...

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A Brief History of Sexy Batman: From The Golden Age to Kate Beaton


This weekend, Kate Beaton did what Kate Beaton does, which is make awesome comics, but this time, it wasn't Canadian history, classic literature or the adventures of Nancy Drew that inspired her. It was Batman


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