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Glenn Head Hits His Peak With The Unflinching ‘Chicago’


Glenn Head has been a fixture in the underground and alternative scenes since the 80s, contributing to legendary anthologies like R. Crumb's Weirdo, Zero Zero, and his own Snake Eyes (co-edited with Kaz). He's not as well-known as many of the other names that even the moderately-educated alt-fan like me can rattle off, because he doesn't have that singular, long-form work that the others do. In Chicago from Fantagraphics, Head finally has his signature piece.

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DC’s New 52 Costumes Get The Pop! Vinyl Treatment From Funko


The spandex set can find Funko Pop! Vinyl versions of DC's heroic trinity without much fuss, but for fans of the New 52 costume designs by Jim Lee, it'll still be a few more months until the more armored versions of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are available...

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‘Adventure Time’ Heroes Train For Battle in Free Comic Book Day Tale [Exclusive Preview]


Boom! Studios is serving up a special double-sided flipbook this Saturday, May 5 for Free Comic Book Day, catering to both Peanuts and Adventure Time fans alike. In anticipation, Boom! has given ComicsAlliance an exclusive early look at half of this special release, with a preview of an Adventure Time story starring Jake the dog, Finn the human, Princess Bubblegum and the sentient videogame console Beemo...

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A Nick Gurewitch Comic Drawn by Kate Beaton in ‘Strange Tales’ #3 [Exclusive Preview]


Here at ComicsAlliance, we proudly wear our fondness for Marvel's Strange Tales anthologies on our sleeve. Both sleeves, actually. And if one of us sprouted a third arm, we would stitch on another sleeve, and wear it on that one too...

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Gilbert Hernandez Kicks it Old School With Iron Man in ‘Strange Tales II’ [Exclusive Preview]


Marvel's Strange Tales II #2 arrives in stores next week, and while the indie creator anthology is bursting at the seams with talent, the issue should especially resonate with fans of Love and Rockets creators (and all around prolific talents) the Hernandez brothers...

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Chris vs. Previews, September 2010: ‘Axe Cop,’ ‘Batman Inc.’ and the Spider-Snuggie


The 500+ page Previews catalog can be pretty tough to get through, even for the most jaded comics reader. That's why every month, ComicsAlliance contributor Chris Sims sits down to scour the pages for the best, worst, and most mind-bogglingly insane items and bring them to you, the discerning reader, in our recurring feature, Chris vs...

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The Worst and Strangest Collectible Statues of 2009


While we focus on toys fairly often at ComicsAlliance, there's another side of the comics collectibles world that we haven't paid quite as much attention to: Statues. Significantly more expensive than the average toy with a price that often hits the triple digits, they're a big investment, so choose wisely: The statues offered to comics and anime fans can run the gamut from elegant to downright creepy...

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Myspace Comic Books Closes Down


Myspace just announced that it will be cutting its staff by 30%, calling its current workforce "bloated" and laying off over 400 employees. But what does this mean for comic book fans, you ask selfishly...

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