If there are two things we love, it's gotta be blaxploitation movies and trashy '70s Marvel comics. Blaxploitation films managed to capture the zeitgeist and turn a thirst for social justice (and hatred for injustice) into compelling entertainment. '70s Marvel books were full of s
Because we're feeling the pull of the yuletide (whatever the heck that is), we decided to start a countdown to Christmas in the tradition of that old holiday standard, The 12 Days of Christmas. Except
Comics readers are probably most familiar with Jim Rugg for his work with Brian Maruca on "Street Angel" (the story of a 13 year-old homeless girl who beats up ninjas with her skateboard) and "Afrodisiac" (a blaxploitation spin-off), or as the artist of Dark Horse's "The Guild," but even die-hard fans may have missed his Ignatz award-nominated mini-comic, "Rambo 3.5."
If you're one of the unlucky ones who did, though, don't fret: Today, Rugg has put the entire comic, which "Scott Pilgrim" creator B