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Where Are All the New Superhero Comic Book Ideas?


Mania has a great interview up with comics writer Alan Moore, which discusses his work on books like "Marvelman" and "Watchmen," and quickly becomes an indictment of the lack of new ideas in modern superhero comics:
I was noticing that DC seems to have based one of its latest crossovers in Green Lantern based on a couple of eight-page stories that I did 25 or 30 years ago...

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Webcomic Inserts Superheroes in the First ‘Peanuts’ Strip


The webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again" -- not be confused with the adorable animal friendship site "Let's Be Friends" -- recently posted an homage to "Peanuts" by Charles Schultz that echoes its very first strip nearly line for line -- but with a superhero twist...

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Link Ink — Kids Break Superhero World Record, U.S. Army Graphic Novel


-- A school in Berwick, Maine has unofficially broken the Guinness Book of World Record's record for having the most people dressed up as superheroes in a room for at least 10 minutes, with a grand total of 109 superkids...

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Batman to Be Replaced by Lesbian Counterpart


Crime-fighters come in many shapes and sizes, but until now they didn't come in the woman-seeking-woman variety.

DC Comics, however, is spotlighting a red-headed lesbian to take over for erstwhile Batman Bruce Wayne -- who suffered apparently fatal injuries in a recent issue of the Batman series...

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When Superheroes Let Themselves Go


As America's comic book audience ages, you may be wondering what some of our favorite superheroes would look like if they were aging as well.

The good news is you don't have to wonder any longer.

Bam Kapow has taken a look at Gregg Segal's "letting go" themed superhero photos and, spoiler alert, a cigarette-smoking Superman cleaning the toilet is just about the funniest thing you're going to see...

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