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What Does A Number One Issue Mean?
What Does A Number One Issue Mean?
I was pleasantly surprised by just how much pure comics news came out of New York Comic Con this year. It really felt like a show that seemed to revolve around comics (I say as an online observer who didn't attend). Even the panels about non-comics stuff, for example, the Batman: Arkham Origins panel, included moments like readings from The Killing Joke. As for the comics news itself, well, it was
Brian Posehn & Gerry Duggan on the Trollish Psycho-Drama That is ‘Deadpool’ [Interview]
Brian Posehn & Gerry Duggan on the Trollish Psycho-Drama That is ‘Deadpool’ [Interview]
When I say that Deadpool -- which just wrapped up a six-issue arc in which a hideous, indestructible and relentlessly jocular assassin re-kills the supernaturally re-animated, bent-on-destruction corpses of long deceased U.S. Presidents -- is possibly the most cleverly defined, consistently executed and most addictive book of the entire Marvel NOW slate, you might accuse me of trolling... Read Mor
What The Flock: Stuart Immonen On The Story Behind That Deadpool Bird Cover [Interview]
What The Flock: Stuart Immonen On The Story Behind That Deadpool Bird Cover [Interview]
Uncanny X-Men returns next week with a new #1 from Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo - and a very unusual variant cover from artist Stuart Immonen. The "Deadpool 53 State Birds" cover is Marvel's tongue-in-cheek response to DC's 52 state flag variant covers for Justice League of America #1...
Iron Man’s Origin is a Secret Kieron Gillen & Dale Eaglesham Will Tell in May
Iron Man’s Origin is a Secret Kieron Gillen & Dale Eaglesham Will Tell in May
Marvel Comics sent out this teaser image for what's presumably a new storyline in Iron Man, the relaunched Marvel NOW series written by Kieron Gillen and currently drawn by Greg Land. Also illustrated by Land, the teaser suggests there are things Iron Man fans still don't know about Tony Stark's past despite the fact that he's appeared in comics continuously for 50 years, which will doubtlessly ca

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