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Comics Everybody: The History of Superman Explained, Part 1

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In today's original comic by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again," we're going break down the history of a notable comic book characters in a recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Today's subject is one of the most famous superheroes in comics history, and is currently on his way to the big screen again in a new feature film next year. That's right, it's Superman.

Stay tuned for Part 2, coming next week!

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Comics, Everybody: The History of Captain America Explained

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Just in time for this week's release of Captain America: The First Avenger, Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of Let's Be Friends Again have broken down the history of Marvel Comics' esteemed Sentinel of Liberty. Read all about the fabled ascent of Steve Rogers from weakling to Nazi-smasher to Avengers Leader

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Captain America Donuts Inspire Great Webcomics, TV Ads and #THEPACT [Video]

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As effective a hype-builder the latest, greatest Captain America: The First Avenger trailer was, what's also building lots of anticipation for the film is, believe it or not, its promotional tie-ins with Dunkin' Donuts. The Captain America donut has been a popular topic of discussion on Twitter, as has the special Cap Coolatta with its

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Comics, Everybody: The History of Professor X Explained

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In today's original comic by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again," we're going break down the convoluted history of notable comic book characters in a recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Today's character is about to appear in movie theatres, albeit with a bit more hair than usual: Professor X, the erstwhile leader of the X-Men.

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Link Ink: Disney Drops ‘SEAL Team Six’ Pursuit, ‘Chewie’ Bento and the SNES Game Cartridge Urinal

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Sanity: After reading Ruben Bolling's latest Tom the Dancing Bug comic, it was a relief to find out that Walt Disney Co. is pulling its application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to brand "SEAL Team 6" (named after the team who, among other things, took out Osama bin Laden) for toys, games and other merchandise.

TV: Apparently t

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Comics, Everybody: The History of Thor Explained

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In today's original comic by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again," we're going break down the history of notable comic book characters in a recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Today's character is a familiar one that's about to appear on the silver screen: The Mighty Thor.

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Comics Everybody: The History of Swamp Thing Explained

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In today's original comic by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again" -- we're going to do our best Wikipedia impression and explain the convoluted history of a notable comics character in a recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Today's test subject: Swamp Thing.

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LBFA Presents: Rejected Batman Action Figures [Original Art]

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Over the years, there have been hundreds upon hundreds of Batman action figures, and as any look through an old Kenner catalog will show, most of them are completely insane. From cosplaying as a viking to flying around on a jetpack that shoots a giant spring-loaded batarang to my personal favorite, the Knight Force Ninjas Power Kick version, it's gotten to the point where it's hard to imagine a limit to how the Caped Crusader can be imagined in plastic

But fortunately, we here at ComicsAlliance are dedicated to our task of imagining amazing things that don't actually exist, which is why we've turned to our pals at Let's Be Friends Again to provide us with what might be t

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Watch the Complete Emerald City Comicon ‘Ask ComicsAlliance’ Panel! [Video]

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ComicsAlliance kicked off its Emerald City Comicon visit with a few secret weapons this past Friday at the Washington State Convention Center. Helping Editor-In-Chief Laura Hudson and Senior Editor Caleb Go

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Join Us at Emerald City Comicon For the ‘Ask ComicsAlliance’ Panel!

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There's about a bazillion awesome reasons to head to Emerald City Comicon in Seattle this coming Friday through Sunday, but we have cause to get especially vocal about one in particular:

We're hosting our first ever ECCC Ask ComicsAlliance panel
Friday, March 4 at 4 p.m. in room 4C1-2!

Joining CA EIC Laura Hudson and Senior Editor Caleb Goellner will be special guests Adam Warrock and Curt Franklin and Chris Hal

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