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‘Megamind’ Conquers Box Office, Almost Looked Like Galactus

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DreamWorks' Megamind conquered U.S. cinemas over the weekend, earning about $50 million at the box office and a generally positive 67% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. But despite great numbers, OK reviews, and setting a new world record for the most costumed superheroes gathered in one place, the genre parody about an inept supervillain-turned-hero would appear to break little new ground either thematically or commercially...

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Great Comics That Never Happened Halloween Special: GALACULA THIRSTS! [Original Art]

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In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance imagines a finer world to bring you a look at the Best Comics Ever that Did Not, Will Not, and occasionally Can Not Happen! We're sad to bid farewell today to our regular Great Comics That Never Happened artist, Rusty Shackles, who has moved on to other projects, but we'll have a slew of guests artists from comic books and webcomics filling in in the weeks to come...

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New Marvel Ultimate Alliance Galactus Variant Toy is a Second Chance for Those Who Missed Comic-Con

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Of all the exclusive toys to hit Comic-Con this year, perhaps the most coveted by collectors and casual fans alike was Hasbro's massive 19" Marvel Universe Galactus. Not only was it the biggest Galactus toy ever, it also came packaged in what's essentially a suitcase of radness...

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Superheroes Get Psychedelic and Cuddly with Aleks Sennwald [Art]

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After a long, sobering look at James Stokoe's Galactus, which is terrifyingly huge and hyper-detailed enough to be at home in "Shadow of the Colossus" on your PlayStation 2, it's soothing to be reminded that the World Devourer can also be drawn as an intergalactic foppish Dr...

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James Stokoe’s Massive Galactus Drawing Will Crush You Beneath Its Heel

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If there's one thing we know about Galactus, it's that the possessor of the Power Cosmic is big. As Stan Lee once explained, the character was inspired by the question, "How could we get something bigger than a villain...

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Blinging Out the Classics: 10 Comics Made Better With Blingee

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Those of you who read our review of "Batman and Robin" #13 and saw our new version of the year's best panel...

...may have already deduced that we here at ComicsAlliance are fascinated with Blingee...

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What If Superheroes Treated Galactus Like Global Warming?

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If superhero comics accurately portrayed the grinding tedium of the actual political process, it would probably make for pretty boring comics, which is why superheroes ultimately just punch everyone in the face rather than going through the proper channels...

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Blackest Night, Marvel Galactus Battle Go Lego In The Most Magnificent Way

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We've posted plenty of custom Lego toys before, including cubedudes and minifigs, but the art of one Ulises Farinas of Act-I-Vate fame shines a bright green light on the potential of illustrated block figures...

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Galactus Wears the Happy Helmet

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As comic book villains go, the cosmic entity Galactus is as terrifying and vast as the expanses of space, a being that has erased countless civilizations from existence and left a trail of dead, shattered planets in his wake across the cosmos...

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Link Ink — Pet Avengers, Emo Galactus

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-- The first pages are up for 'Lockjaw & the Pet Avengers,' the comic about the pets of superheroes. On your left, frog Thor.

-- "GLORIA GAYNOR -- YOUR SONG 'I WILL SURVIVE' HAS TOUCHED THE LONG-DORMANT HEART OF GALACTUS."

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