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Parting Shot: Wally West And Donna Troy Are On The Run In The New 52′s ‘Days Of Future Past’

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John Trumbull has gotten a bit of attention lately. A regular contributor to The Line It Is Drawn, a weekly art feature for the Comic Book Resources blog "Comics Should Be Good," a recent submission by Trumbull garnered far more discussion than he was likely expecting. Inspired by John Byrne and Terry Austin's famous cover from Uncanny X-Men #141, Trumbull created a New 52 spoof that features Wally

Parting Shot: ‘Big Bird No More’ By Francesco Francavilla [Art]

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After the infamous Clint Eastwood vs. Chair incident at this summer's Republican National Convention, artist Francesco Francavilla created a clever piece of art to mock commemorate the incident.

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Parting Shot: Cyborg Kind Of Looks Like A Bald White Guy In Free ‘Justice League’ Comic

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Earlier today, we posted a review of the free Craftsman Bolt-On™ System Saves the Justice League custom comic that's available for download now and will be handed out for free by DC at New York Comic Con next week. A cross promotion with Craftsman, the comic stars The Technician, the

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Parting Shot: ’80s Tees’ Steps Up Its Hoodie Game With Grimlock And Optimus Prime

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I usually leave the fashion posts to Bethany Fong, our expert purveyor of all posts regarding sartorial splendor. But frankly, when I see a guy dressed as Grimlock, I call dibs. The folks at 80s Tees, just in time for Halloween, are providing Transformers fans with Optimus Prime and Grimlock inspired hoodies. And, if you can

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Parting Shot: Artist Nattalia Alonso Gives Pop Culture Characters ‘The Simpsons’ Treatment

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Following in the footsteps of Springfield Punx and others, artist Nattalia Alsonso has applied the look of The Simpsons to some of our favorite characters. But Alsonso hasn't just limited herself to fictional characters. She's given the Simpsons treatment to

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Junot Diaz Discusses His Love Of Comics

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It's no secret that Junot Díaz is a huge comic fan. In his Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, the titular character is a young Dominican boy growing up in New Jersey who is obsessed with comics, science fiction, and fantasy (The title of the first chapter is "Ghetto Nerd at the End of the World"), and is a reflection of the writer's own lifelong interests. And while the

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Parting Shot: ‘Ms.’ Magazine’s 40th Anniversary Cover Features Mike and Laura Allred’s Wonder Woman

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In 1972, Wonder Woman famously graced the cover of the inaugural issue of Ms. magazine. The iconic image, with the proclamation "Wonder Woman for President" going across the top, instantly became popular both with fans of the character and the new publication. Now, in

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Parting Shot: Happy 100th Birthday, Chuck Jones

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As a child, I idolized Chuck Jones. More than anyone else, he influenced my early love of animation, and is one of the people who contributed the most to shaping both my appreciation for comedy and my sense of humor. His

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Parting Shot: New ‘Catwoman’ Writer Ann Nocenti Calls Selina Kyle An ‘Accidental Feminist’

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Starting with this week's zero issue, Ann Nocenti is taking over as regular series writer for DC's Catwoman. So far the cover for Catwoman #0 has received the bulk of attention for the issue, but

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Parting Shot: Cliff Chiang’s Unused Cover For Wonder Woman #0

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Wonder Woman #0 is in stores this week and will feature, like all of DC's zero issues this month, a cover image that has a "burst" design, with Wonder Woman depicted as bursting through the page. Cliff Chiang,

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