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Holiday Gift Guide: ‘Super Graphic’

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When it comes to the holiday gift-giving season, comic book readers are notoriously difficult to shop for. I mean, most of us are down at the shop buying our favorite stuff every single week, so when the time comes for people who like us to get us something we want, well, a lot of times we already have it. That’s why we’re stepping in with a public service, bringing you comics-related items sure to make the season brighter, whether you’re browsing for a gift or just looking for something to drop hints about so that you don’t get stuck with a random assortment of back issues again.

If you've got a fan of interesting and funny arrangements of data on your list, then why not pick up what I am very confident in declaring the best book of comic book related graphs that you can possibly buy? Because really, who doesn't love to mix superheroes... and math?

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‘Super Graphic’ Author Tim Leong Unveils Title-Page Design For ‘Iron Man’ #18

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If you've already picked up Iron Man #18 by Kieron Gillen and Joe Bennett, which hit comic-shop shelves today, you've already seen this title page for the new Iron Metropolitan storyline.

What you may not have known is that Super Graphic author Tim Leong designed it, and it's his first-ever work in a published Marvel comic. Read what he had to say about it on Facebook after the jump.

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Get An ‘Adventure Time’ Exclusive, A Tim Leong Graphic and A Bill Gaines T-Shirt At The CBLDF Booth [SDCC 2013]

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The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund booth is always a necessary stop at Comic-Con. Their table is covered with great comics signed by great creators, and purchases go to a very important cause. They also always boast an impressive list of exclusives and other items, and this year is no different. If you swing by the CBLDF table, you can pick up an exclusive Adventure Time cover by regular AT contributor Chrystin Garland, a print of a graphic from Super Graphic author Tim Leong detailing why certain comic books are banned in libraries, and a "Bill Gaines Was Right" t-shirt, depicting the legendary EC editor who famously defended First Amendment rights in his testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency in 1954. You can check out all three below.

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Author Tim Leong On How ‘Super Graphic’ Celebrates Comics’ Details [Interview]

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Comics are a medium that combine words and pictures. Tim Leong, Author/editor/designer of the new book Super Graphic, out today, is taking the medium of books about comics in a whole new direction by presenting information in not necessarily a similar way, but one that preserves the spirit of combining words and pictures in such a way that tells a story. ComicsAlliance sat down with him for a while to talk about fitting the details into colorful charts, his love of infographics, and how a chart can have a tone.

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Comics And Data Combine In Tim Leong’s Upcoming ‘Super Graphic’ Book

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You love charts. You love superheroes. But you don't know of any media that combines the two, like so much peanut butter and jelly. Your suffering has come to an end.

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Parting Shot: Tim Leong Visualizes NYT’s Best-Selling Comics Of 2012

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With Diamond releasing its lists for the top 500 comics and graphic novels of 2012 today, there's no time like the present to examine the equally interesting -- if more archaic -- New York Times best seller rankings from last year. Tim Leong, Director of Digital Design at Wired and longtime fr

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The Complete 2011 Year-End Infographics

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2012 has arrived, and ComicsAlliance finishes its year-end wrapup of the now-departed year with the complete series of infographics about comics in 2011 by Wired Art Director (and former Comic Foundry Editor-in-Chief) Tim Leong, who previously graced ComicsAlliance with his charts summing up Comic-Con 2011. Click through for a larger and more detailed version, and check out Leong's previous year-end infographics here.

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2011 Year-End Infographics: Comics Publisher Dominance

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As the final days of the year wind inexorably down, ComicsAlliance continues its year-end wrapup with a series of infographics about comics in 2011 by Wired Art Director (and former Comic Foundry Editor-in-Chief) Tim Leong, who previously graced ComicsAlliance with his charts summing up Comic-Con 2011. Leong returns today with an infographic breaking down the market share of comic book publishers by comi

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2011 Year-End Infographics: The Most Successful Kickstarter Comics

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As the final days of the year wind inexorably down, ComicsAlliance continues its year-end wrapup with a series of infographics about comics in 2011 by Wired Art Director (and former Comic Foundry Editor-in-Chief) Tim Leong, who previously graced ComicsAlliance with his charts summing up Comic-Con 2011. Leong returns today with an infographic breaking down the most successful Kickstarter comics of t

2011 Year-End Infographics: Kate Beaton’s Webcomics

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As the final days of the year wind inexorably down, ComicsAlliance continues its year-end wrapup with a series of infographics about comics in 2011 by Wired Art Director (and former Comic Foundry Editor-in-Chief) Tim Leong, who previously graced ComicsAlliance with his charts summing up Comic-Con 2011. Leong returns today with an visual analysis of Kate Beaton's webcomics, indexed by content. Click

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