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The Hellboy Memorial Awards: ComicsAlliance’s Best Comics of 2012, Part 4


We didn't realize when we set out to list our favorite comic books of 2012 that it had been such a fun year to be a fan of the medium that we all love so much. The last twelve months offered readers a wide variety of work ranging from the most crowd-pleasing superhero epics to the most idiosyncratic of indies; the return of much missed mangaka and the emergence of exciting new talent; a new crowd-sponsored visibility for self-publishing; and the ascension of the fan artist from bedroom dreamer to Tumblr tycoon...

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The Ed Brubaker ‘Captain America’ Exit Interview


With the release of Captain America #19, drawn and colored by his former partners-in-crime Steve Epting and Frank D'Armata, Ed Brubaker wrapped up an eight year run on Captain America, having shepherded the character and series through a small fistful of different incarnations and titles...

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The Jack Kirby Convention Sketchbook: 2012 Update


Last year, I posted about a convention sketchbook I'd started themed around characters created or co-created by the legendary Jack Kirby, with ten great sketches from the artists I'd met at HeroesCon in Charlotte, North Carolina...

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All Killer, No Filler in Gigantic 96-Page ‘Fantastic Four’ #600 [Review]


This week saw the release of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's Fantastic Four #600, celebrating not only six hundred issues of the seminal title but also more than fifty years since the book's debut...

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March Of The Future Foundation: ‘FF’ #8 Preview


On sale this week from Marvel Comics is FF #8. Written by Jonathan Hickman with artwork by Steve Epting and Paul Mounts, the issue finds Sue Richards (aka the Invisible Woman) in conversation with her father-in-law, Nathanial Richards, who's recruited her husband Reed (aka Mr...

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Marvel Teases New ‘Uncanny X-Men’ and Hickman’s ‘Four’


In typically cryptic fashion, Marvel Comics released Monday morning a couple of teaser images designed to make us talk about future publishing events -- and it worked! The first image reveals a new logo for Uncanny X-Men, the venerable mutant series that relaunches in November with a new issue #1 by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Carlos Pacheco


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FF #3 and FF #4: The War Begins [Annotations]


Welcome back to our (admittedly delayed) annotations of Jonathan Hickman's hugely successful run on FF, formerly Fantastic Four! Chris Eckert of Funnybook Babylon and Savage Critics and I have been taking a look at every issue to provide annotations for readers that explore the book's connections with the rest of Hickman's work and the run's influences from all over the Marvel Universe...

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‘FF’ #3 Follows Up on Mr. Fantastic’s Multiversal Bros [Preview]


On sale this week from Marvel Comics is the third issue of the hugely acclaimed and highly annotatable FF. Written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Steve Epting and covers by Epting, Daniel Acuña and Marko Djurdjevic, this issue succinctly answers the question that's been on readers' minds since the beginning of Hickman's Fantastic Four opus, 'Whatever happened to all those Reeds?"Follo...

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FF #2: Brain Damage in the Doom Nation [Annotations]


We're back with another installment in our series of annotations for Jonathan Hickman's FF run, this time taking a look at the second issue, "Doom Nation," as well as the second installment of our exclusive question/answer with Hickman after the release of each issue...

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‘FF’ #2: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? [Exclusive Preview]


As regular readers probably know, we here at ComicsAlliance are pretty big fans of Jonathan Hickman's groundbreaking run on the Fantastic Four, which as of last month transmogrified into the new ongoing series FF, the first issue of which ended on a cliffhanger: Doctor Doom's joining the group...

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