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Fantastic Five: Strangest Licensed Comics
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our years on the Internet, it’s that there’s no aspect of comics that can’t be broken down and quantified in a single definitive list, preferably in amounts of five or ten. And since there’s no more definitive authority than ComicsAlliance, we’re taking it upon ourselves to compile Top Five lists of everything you could ever want to know about comics and pop culture. This week we're looking at some of the most bizarre licensed properties that have ever made their way to your local comic shop!
Laura Ramsey To Star In NBC’s ‘The Sixth Gun’ TV Pilot
It looks like fans finally have a human face to place with Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt's cursed comic book weapon. Laura Ramsey (The Ruins) has officially been cast as Becky Montcrief, the female lead in NBC's upcoming TV pilot based on The Sixth Gun, Oni Press's supernatural western comic created by Bunn and Hurtt...
When Will ‘Daria’ Get its Comic Book Due?
One of the fun things about comics is something that is a failure in movies or TV (Hello, Whedonia!) can be a runaway success when transformed into sequential art. Lower costs, and lower audience expectation, make smaller groups of devoted fans worth catering to ...
The 10 Worst Comics Based On TV Shows
We are truly in a golden age of comic book/TV cross-mingling. TV writers love dabbling in comics, while comic book scribes love how much more TV writing pays. Meanwhile, comics like "Buffy: Season Eight" and the upcoming "Pushing Daisies" series offer fans a glimpse at what could have been if their respective shows had continued. But we didn't always have it this good. Read Mor
‘Heroes’ Episode 3 Recap: ‘Kindred’
Love is the name of the game in this episode of 'Heroes.' Love and finding ones' self, if you really get down to it. Several romances spring up, as heroes test and use their powers for both good and evil. With surprises and a couple of heroes dabbling in the dark side, chapter three of 'Heroes' turns out to be the most thought-provoking yet...
‘Heroes’ Episode 2 Recap: Lizards
While last week's episode started out with a bang, this week's starts out with an ow-ow. Not to get all girly or anything, but Peter's physique got ripped after he exploded. Which is just as well because we're greeted with a scene of Peter shirtless, wet and getting himself beaten up by the Irish robbers who discovered him for stealing iPods...
You Know Comics Have Come a Long Way…
I couldn't help but smile, as I was reading my USA Today (in bed of all places), to find TV critic Robert Blanco blaming Comic-Con International: San Diego attendees for bad TV. Take, for example, Blanco's take on Wednesday night's Bionic Woman redux that drew almost as many viewers as the Grey's Anatomy spinoff, Private Practice, by the way: "None of this means the show won't draw a crowd, a

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