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Is there an anti-gun Presidential candidate?

Because if so, I’m pretty sure I’d vote for him or her. Because I’ve freaking had it. I’m tired of the comparisons we always hear between the US and every other developed country in the world about gun deaths. I’m tired of the gun lobby always managing to shut down conversations in the wake of […]

Ask Chris #255: In Defense Of Snapper Carr

Q: Why does Jimmy Olsen work so well as Superman's Pal when Snapper Carr doesn't work as the Justice League's? -- @luckyrevenant A: I honestly hadn't considered it until I saw this question, but the more I think about it, the more I realize that you're right. Show More Summary

Family Reunion Planned for STAR WARS #13

Mark Brooks' cover for STAR WARS #13 has Darth Vader looming over the daughter he doesn't know he has, Princess Leia.

New "Heroes Reborn" TV Spots Promise "Something Big's Coming"

The soothing, familiar voice of "Heroes" veteran Sendhil Ramamurthy wants us to "believe in heroes" in the first of two new teasers for the NBC revival.

With Makeup and Body Paint, Artist Brings Comic Illustrations To Life

Using makeup and body paint, artist Argenis Pinal transforms ordinary (if well-sculpted) mortals into She-Hulk, Superman, Jean Grey, Carnage and more.

Hugh Jackman Strikes A Wolverine Pose In Awesome Make-A-Wish Surprise

The Wolverine actor shows why he's the best there is at what he does -- and what he does is make wishes come true.

Thumbnail: Yoshihiro Togashi, Master of the Fight Scene

Hunter x Hunter is about people classified as “Hunters” that specialize in finding and hunting things. Sometimes these things are rare jewels, and sometimes they’re human corpses. Over almost 20 years, author Yoshihiro Togashi has been making the best fight comic on the stands --- and here's what makes him so great. Continue reading…

EXCLUSIVE: Luke & Leia Take Action In "Star Wars" #9

This exclusive look at Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger and Justin Ponsor's work includes laser fire, a chase scene and more.

Stuart Immonen Makes The Jump to Lightspeed In New "Star Wars" Arc

Along with an exclusive first look at "Star Wars" #9, Immonen reveals that drawing the high-profile series ain't like dusting crops.

Yesterday this lady acted like Mark’s spurned lover, but obviously that’s absurd

Support this site's full-text RSS feed by buying Pretty In Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013 Pretty In Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013 is a seminal historical survey of female cartoonists from the origins...Show More Summary

Martha Thomases: Dog Day Censorship

Oy. These are the dog days of summer. There is relatively little news. The only movies being released are ones expected to tank, at least critically. Comics and television and other serial media are idling, getting ready to ramp up for their fall seasons. I thought I would have nothing to write about. I thought […]

Jack Kirby, The King Of Comics, Would Have Been 98 Today

Jack Kirby, the mighty heart of the American comic book industry, would have been 98 years old today. Below, for your ruminative and reflective pleasure, is a tiny, even insignificant sample of his awesome image-making power. Long live the King.

Random Comics News Story Round-Up

Sean Gaffney on Assassination Classroom Vol. 5. Rob Clough on the latest from Jonathan Baylis. Nick Gazin on a bunch of different comics. Jim Dandeneau on a bunch of different comics. Aditya Mani Jha on Fante Bukowski. Graham Chaffee does indeed draw an excellent dog. Chris Pitzer is looking forward to SPX. Show More Summary

My Favorite Comics Fundraiser In Quite Some Time Is Two Days Away From Completion

When I say I have a favorite comics fundraiser, I mean the way the money is being raised -- almost every fundraising project that comics widely endorses is worth loving. I also will admit I don't have a refined aesthetic for fundraisers. Show More Summary

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