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‘America’s Got Powers’ Creators Hitch and Ross Promise ‘Twice The Marvel for $1 Less’


Seemingly unafraid to throw themselves into the middle of a somewhat controversial topic with abandon, creators Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch have announced that the first issue of their upcoming Image Comics series America's Got Powers will feature "twice as much as Marvel for a dollar less," with thirty-eight pages of comics for just $2...

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Parting Shot: The Time Marvel Tried to Take the Rights to Sean Murphy’s Convention Sketchbook


Artist Sean Murphy discusses the legal response from Marvel after he sold a few dozen of his Wolverine ABC sketchbooks at conventions. Murphy had previously expressed concern about the implications for creators after Marvel stipulated that Ghost Rider creator Gary Friedrich pay $17,000 for selling unauthorized Ghost Rider merchandise at conventions...

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Ghost Rider Creator Ordered to Stop Being Ghost Rider Creator, Pay Marvel $17,000


Gary Friedrich, the creator of Marvel Comics' demonic motorcyclist Ghost Rider, has been ordered by a judge to renounce his creator credit and pay $17,000 in damages to his former employer following a court battle that began in 2007 disputing legal ownership of the character...

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Good Versus Evil in the Superhero Comic Color Palette [Infographic]


When it comes to superhero comics, color is a bigger deal than you might think. As great as black and white stories are, the psychology of color is an important storytelling tool. Some characters and titles even rely on it explicitly...

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Race at Marvel and DC Comics: Sometimes They Get It Right


At ComicsAlliance, we're believers in calling people out when they create something offensive, whether that involves tone-deaf comments from publishers about racial diversity or disconcerting disappearances of minorities...

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The Week In Geek: ‘Thor’ Versus ‘Captain America’


From Cinematical:

Its a long-standing Marvel tradition that when two superheroes meet up, they've gotta fight. Usually it's due to some kind of misunderstanding, then the two make peace and go on their merry way as teammates against whatever looming threat has brought them to the same place at the same time...

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Captain America Lends ‘A Little Help’ to Raise Suicide Prevention Awareness


"Captain America: A Little Help," is now free to download via the Marvel Comics App for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The all-new story, which is also featured in this week's I Am An Avenger #5, was written by Dr...

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[UPDATE] Bendis & Maleev on ‘Moon Knight,’ Mark Waid on ‘Ruse’ & Marvel Meets ESPN [NYCC]


Marvel's Cup o' Joe panel at New York Comic Con 2010 consisted mostly of a question and answer session, but there were a few interesting revelations over the course of the presentation. Marvel's Arune Singh brought up the return of CrossGen by saying one name: Mark Waid, who was a writer for CrossGen before it went out of business...

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Marvel Avengers: ‘Iron Man’ Turns 500 and War Machine Is ‘Iron Man 2.0′ [NYCC]


Marvel Comics editor Tom Brevoort teased it last night, and now the Avengers Assemble panel at New York Comic Con has made it official: Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca's "Invincible Iron Man" is officially going back to the original numbering of the classic "Iron Man" series with January 2011's "Invincible Iron Man" #500...

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Marvel Comics Announces Their Move to a More Luxurious Locale


Despite increasingly heightened rumors about a DC Comics move to Los Angeles, Marvel Comics just became the first of the Big Two comics companies to announce that they're moving... to 135 West 50th Street, better known as the Sports Illustrated Building, a 60,000-square foot space a few miles away from their current location in New York City...

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