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'The Devastator' #8 Crosses Over With EVERYONE!
'The Devastator' #8 Crosses Over With EVERYONE!
We've talked about The Devastator a few times around here before, but this month, our favorite quarterly comedy mag is back in action with a new issue themed around crossovers. It makes sense, too: If Internet t-shirt sales have taught us anything, it's that people love it when two things they recognize are mashed up together to produce something new, like, say, Buffy in a TARDIS, or Finn and Jake
‘The Devastator’ Releases ‘The First (And Therefore Best) Game About Comic-Con’ For Your Line-Waiting Enjoyment
‘The Devastator’ Releases ‘The First (And Therefore Best) Game About Comic-Con’ For Your Line-Waiting Enjoyment
I was already a pretty big fan of The Devastator, the quarterly comedy mag that's featured CA favorites like Michael Kupperman, but now, they have turned their attention to doing something truly altruistic. With San Diego's Comic-Con International coming up next week, they've released a mobile game for iOS called Comic-Con Star Stalker, a free time-waster designed to give you something to do in th
‘The Devastator’ #7 Takes On Spies, Is Secretly Hilarious
‘The Devastator’ #7 Takes On Spies, Is Secretly Hilarious
In the past, we've had a little fun with The Devastator, the quarterly comedy anthology, but their latest issue is the best of the series so far. Wrapped up in a cover by CA favorite Michael Kupperman, this issue is themed around spies and espionage, and there are enough great gags in here that it's well worth picking up -- and I'm not just saying that because an ultraviolent parody of the Canadi
‘The Devastator’ #6 Takes On Hipsters (And Alan Moore’s Very Hipstery Beard)
‘The Devastator’ #6 Takes On Hipsters (And Alan Moore’s Very Hipstery Beard)
At this point, making fun of hipsters is so played out that I'm pretty sure it can only be done ironically, at which time you have officially become the thing you hated. Imagine my surprise, then, when I cracked open the new issue of The Devastator, a quarterly comedy magazine that set its sights on "indie culture" this time out, and found that there's actually some pretty hilarious stu
Link Ink: Engadget: The Comic, ‘The First Avenger’ Deleted Scene and a ‘Super Friends’ Cake
Link Ink: Engadget: The Comic, ‘The First Avenger’ Deleted Scene and a ‘Super Friends’ Cake
Tech: Engadget has announced a new comic for its Distro app featuring the rotating talents of creators such as Box Brown, Dustin Harbin, Ed Piskor and others. Material will appear first on Distro, and later online. Upcoming: Following IDW's Code Name: Geronimo lead, Bluewater and Simon and Schuster will team for their own comic about the United States military operation that resulted in the death