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Marvel’s ‘Comics For Comics Program’ Trades Destroyed ‘Flashpoint’ Issues for Variant Comic


Marvel's controversial "Comics For Comics" program is back, true believers. Now, the program -- which is not sanctioned by Diamond -- has invited retailers to strip covers from theoretically unsold Flashpoint titles from DC Comics and exchange them for a rare Marvel variant comic...

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Decrypting Marvel’s Typographical Post-‘Fear Itself’ Teasers


Marvel Comics has released throughout the week a series of characteristically cryptic teaser images that the publisher says contain clues as to some kind of story, event or other narrative circumstance to emerge after the conclusion of Fear Itself and occur sometime in December...

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Link Ink: ‘DC Universe Online’ Gets a Green Lantern Update, The Riddler Threatens ‘Arkham City’ and the Cleanest TARDIS


Gaming: DC Universe Online will release a new Lantern-centric "Fight for the Light" downloadable content pack this summer that will add a light construct powers and missions rooted in GL lore to the title...

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Marvel Pits The Worthy Against The Mighty in New ‘Fear Itself’ Teaser


Fear Itself started out with a fairly straightforward premise: An ancient power was transforming chosen villains (and a few anti-heroes) into "The Worthy," a hammer-empowered force evil enough to wipe humanity from the face of the Earth...

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Link Ink: Comic-Con Gets Mapped, Little Wonder Woman and a Chateau for a Cartoonist


Conventions: The official map for the San Diego Comic-Con International has surfaced at last. The Beat's annotations may help attendees spot a few of their future line hangouts and/or plan quick escape routes...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – July 6, 2011: King Jack, Queen Black


Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

* Bat-ears
^ Racketeers
% Ruby-Spears

^ 15 LOVE #2
The first issue of this long-mothballed Andi Watson/Tommy Ohtsuka miniseries (about Millie Collins as a teenage tennis not-quite-prodigy realizing that her future title is probably not going to be Millie the Tennis Player, and that modeling might be the way to go) was, as expected, slightly Americanized teen-sports-manga stuff, fluffy and fun...

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War Rocket Ajax #2: Matt Fraction Talks Event Comics on the ComicsAlliance Podcast


This week, ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast welcomes Fear Itself writer Matt Fraction to the show! Our very first guest returns as the first guest of the all-new era to discuss convention experiences from both sides of the table, what he learned from reading every single event comic in preparation for writing his own, and the incredibly strange premise of TV's My Two Dads...

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May 2011 Sales: DC Market Share Down in First Month of ‘Flashpoint’


Diamond Comic Distributor's May 2011 sales figures hit this morning, and DC's week-long reboot news cycle is probably working in their favor here, since they got their butt kicked. How bad? They lost market share...

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Bucky Barnes Defends America from ‘Fear Itself’ [Preview]


On sale this week is the third issue of Fear Itself, the latest event miniseries from Marvel Comics. Written by Matt Fraction (The Mighty Thor, Invincible Iron Man) with artwork by Stuart Immonen (New Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man), Wade von Grawbadger (New Avengers, Starman) and Laura Martin (The Authority, The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures) the series finds Sin, daughter of the legendary villain Red Skull, unleashing the god of fear, a serpent who will confront the heroes of the Marvel Universe with their greatest nightmares...

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Canada’s Heroes Brave ‘Fear Itself’ in ‘Alpha Flight’ #1 and 2 [Exclusive Preview]


Even if it's a sweeping generalization, Canadians have been doing pretty okay with the "nice" label for awhile. This summer even the friendliest Great White Northerners will be faced with the influence of Fear Itself, however, pitting the latest incarnation of Alpha Flight against its own government...

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