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Link Ink: ‘Spider-Man’ Cover Cameo, Harrison Ford Vs. Chewbacca and Paper Captain America


Promos: Marvel is running a promo to put a winning fan's face on the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #669 in September. Marvel points you in the direction of your local retailer for details.

Toys: Burger King's offered many a Kids Meal, but some are more fan-friendly than others...

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Dean Haspiel’s NSFW ‘Sex Planet’ Motion Comic Bumps and Grinds


Despite the medium's obvious contradictions and flaws, some creators have valiantly attempted to pioneer genuinely good motion comics. Last week we saw the first chapter of Dan Hipp's Tokyopop opus GYAKUSHU...

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Astonishing X-Men: Motion Comics, Why Bother? [Review]


I've got to admit, I've been pretty skeptical of motion comics since they first hit the scene a few years ago.

Part of my skepticism comes from the fact that I'm a die hard snob about comics as a medium: I believe very strongly in the idea that comics are as valid as any other form of entertainment, and don't need to be anything else...

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Stan Lee Discusses The Digital Future of Comics [Exclusive Video]


Despite achieving his legendary status in the history of comics, POW! Entertainment's Stan Lee continues to eye the future, including the growing world of digital comics entertainment. In part 2 of our 3-part interview, the Spider-Man and Fantastic Four co-creator discusses the possibilities that digital and motion comics offer the art sequential storytelling, He also sheds some light on his upcoming appearances as a character in Archie Comics and POW...

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Tokyopop Headed for Hulu with Anime, Live-Action & Motion Comic Content


Anime and manga fans will be seeing a lot more of Tokyopop on Hulu starting this summer. The manga publisher's "Spring & Chaos" anime, the live-action "Van Von Hunter," reality show "America's Greatest Otaku," plus a batch of manga motion comics (motion manga?) a...

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Parting Shots: Fraction’s ‘Doctor America,’ Cowboy Batman, Free ‘Phonogram’


Marvel has announced the release of a new parody one-shot: "Who Won't Wield the Shield," with stories by Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, and Stuart Moore. The standout seems to be the Fraction story, which has art by Brendan McCarthy ("Spider-Man: Fever") and stars "Dr...

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Motion Comic Preview: ‘Astonishing X-Men’ Episode Three: Gifted


Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's "Astonishing X-Men" storyline "Gifted" has been making the motion comic rounds for a few weeks now. Episode one made a splash with a debut at Marvel Fest NYC 2009 and episode 2 hit the 'net on schedule two weeks later...

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Finally, A Motion Comic We Can All Get Behind


There are a lot of mixed feelings about the idea of motion comics right now, so allow me to introduce you to a comics/video hybrid that we can all get behind. Dubbed "Videogioco" by creator Donato Sansone, it flips the idea of the "motion comic" upside down with an elaborate map of paper layers that unfold sequentially into cartoons as it moves across the floor...

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Spider-Woman Motion Comic Free on Hulu


All 5 episodes of the "Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D." motion comic are now up on Hulu for free, including the most recent episode that just dropped yesterday on iTunes for $1.99, which is a little puzzling, but who cares...

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Writer Ron Marz On the Moving Pictures Of ‘Valkyrie’


Two rival high school girls stand poised to reignite a superpowered World War II grudge match, and comic book fans won't have to turn a single page to watch the fireworks fly.

"Valkyrie," a new Nazi-battling motion comic from writer Ron Marz ("Witchblade," "Green Lantern") and Studio 414 is planned to hit audiences in Spring 2010, dipping into two eras for one contrasting narrative...

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