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This Month: September 2015 Star Trek Releases

September passed with another hoard of Star Trek stuff to keep us entertained, and it was an especially big month for our bookshelves, with lots of prose, comics, and non-fiction books ready to fill them! Plus there's the usual assortment of model ships, as well as toys, homewares and more. Show More Summary

The Abandoned An’ Forsaked – God Loves, Man Kills and Comic Book Writers Retcon Stuff

In their latest look at notable comic book retcons, CSBG examines how the driving death of God Loves, Man Kills was retconned away.

Not sure if it’s less gross or MUCH GROSSER that it’s not the potential father saying this

Support this site's full-text RSS feed by buying The Comics: An Illustrated History Of Comic Book Art The Comics: An Illustrated History Of Comic Book Art, written by the creator of the Joker, is a great look at the long history of the...Show More Summary

Krueger Comics T-Shirt

Get ready for a nightmarish experience with the Krueger Comics T-Shirt, featuring an iconic comic book character with claws… although probably not the guy you were expecting. The man of your dreams can now be worn on your chest, thanks to artist Fishmas, who created this dreamy comic book cover portrait of Freddy Krueger, inspired […]

Brian Stelfreeze on Illustrating the New Black Panther Series & Working with Ta-Nehisi Coates

22 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

The new Black Panther comic book series at Marvel, featuring Ta-Nehisi Coates as the writer and Brian Stelfreeze as the illustrator, will be the first time in a little while that a high-profile character will be penned by two creators of color -- and it's Black Panther, one of the first black superhero characters ever.

Phony Craigslist Comic Book Sale Turns Into $50,000 Armed Robbery

A former Pennsylvania comic shop owner took on three gunmen head on but still lost out on $50,000 in a harrowing tale.

You Go Your Way and I Go Mine: Kitty Pryde’s Use of the N-Word

In the debut of a new feature examining divisive comic book plots, CSBG looks at Kitty Pryde's use of the n-word in her mutant-related rhetoric during the 1980s.

Only Atlantean royalty get to expose their chests, I guess

Support this site's full-text RSS feed by buying The Comics: An Illustrated History Of Comic Book Art The Comics: An Illustrated History Of Comic Book Art, written by the creator of the Joker, is a great look at the long history of the...Show More Summary

"Who Was the First Superhero to Return from the Dead?" Plus More Comic Book Firsts

CSBG has a collection of notable comic book firsts, like the first superhero to die -- and subsequently be revived!

When We First Met – Who Was the First Superhero to Come Back From the Dead?

In their latest spotlight on comic book firsts, CSBG looks at the first superhero to return from the dead!

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: How Will The TV Series Compare To The Comics?

Season 6 of AMC’s The Walking Dead is fast approaching. As cast gets announced, fans are starting to wonder how closely season 6 will follow the comic book series the show is based on. Let’s have a look at what we know so far about season 6 in relation to the comic books. Show More Summary

Comic book artists bring Brooklyn alive with superheroes

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Comic book creators from Brooklyn are making their own superheroes in “New Brooklyn” series.

Emma Peel, Television's First Karate-Kicking Heroine, Turns 50

These days, we tend to take western female action heroes for granted. From Buffy and Xena to Sarah Connor and Katniss Everdeen to the various roles of Gina Carano and Ronda Rousey, and even Lara Croft, television, film, comics books,...Show More Summary

Patrick Wilson: “When Kurt Russell Looks At You, You See His Soul”

Patrick Wilson has starred in musicals, dramas, romantic comedies, action movies, and a comic book adaptation. Now, with Bone Tomahawk, the versatile actor adds a western to his repertoire.

Why Don't Libraries Have Dungeons & Dragons Gamebooks?

Dungeons & Dragons and libraries should be a natural fit. Both attract people who love books, storytelling, and lore. Early D&D gamebooks even point readers towards their local libraries for research, and many libraries host comic book-themed events or have D&D clubs. Read more...

Marvel Comics ‘Damage Control’ Adapted As Comedy TV Series By ABC

Sometimes the most important super heroes are the ones behind the scene. Marvel Television is heading to the half-hour live-action comedy arena with Damage Control, a single-camera comedy project based on the Marvel Comics books, which...Show More Summary

Where is the Humor in ‘A Personal Matter’? (WSJ Book Club)

Readers, would you call a “A Personal Matter” a comic novel? What scenes did you find funny, and why? Let us know in the comments, on the WSJ Book Club Facebook page, or on Twitter with #WSJBookClub.

Comic Book Legends Revealed: Was "Kraven's Last Hunt" A Wonder Man Story?

Did the classic Spider-Man tale originate as a Wonder Man story? Why was Wonder Woman pulled from Justice League Europe?

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