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Link Ink: DC’s 20-Year-Old Unintentional Relaunch Prophecy, New ‘Haunt’ Team and Green Lantern Gets Brisky

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Comedic Prophecy: As pointed out by Sal Loria, Archie Goodwin and Dan Jurgens were about twenty years ahead of their time with the cover to Armageddon 2001 #1. "Ten years from now the world will survive. These heroes won't," indeed.

Manga: Ready to morph your otaku re

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Invincible Iron Man #500 – Forever Resilient [Review]

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Iron Man recently celebrated its 500th issue with an extra-length story that serves as a great single story, a remarkable character study of Tony Stark that returns to a common theme of Iron Man's adventures: Stark's fear of the technology he creates falling into the wrong hands and doing more harm than good

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The 12 Days of Comic Book Christmas, Day 11: Nathan Fox

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Because we're feeling the pull of the yuletide (whatever the heck that is), ComicsAlliance decided to start a countdown to Christmas in the tradition of that old holiday standard, The 12 Days of Christmas. Except

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‘Invincible Iron Man’ #500 to Feature Tony Stark’s Nemesis, Kids and Death [Preview]

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We've tried to be strong, dispassionate fanboys-and-girls in the face of Marvel's incredible onslaught of tantalizing hype for Invincible Iron Man #500, which began in earnest during October's New York Comic Con. It was at the convention that Marvel confirmed that Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca's series would continue the original numbering of the classic Iron Man seri

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A Look Inside Nathan Fox’s ‘Black & White And Character Flawed’

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The recently released "Black & White And Character Flawed" by artist Nathan Fox showcases an expansive portfolio of some of the most graphic and sensitive artwork in comics.

The book features an introduction by Matt Fraction, that brings anyone unfamiliar with Fox's body of work up to speed with a memorable (if disturbing) anecdote, and sets the stage for 140 plus pages of equally memorable illustration.

Though the coll

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