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Interview: Walker and Green Crack Their Knuckles for POWER MAN AND IRON FIST

Interview: Walker and Green Crack Their Knuckles for POWER MAN AND IRON FIST

Marvel’s premiere best friends are getting a new series as part of Marvel’s All-New All-Different line-up after years working with other teams. Luke Cage, aka Power Man, and Danny Rand, aka Iron Fist, are back together and taking to the streets to bust up some crime. Comicosity had the chance to hash it out with

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Interview: Rucka and Scott Give Us Some of That BLACK MAGICK [Part 1]

Do you believe in magic? It’s hard not to, honestly, when you see the results of a Greg Rucka-written script hit the illustrative hands of superstar artist Nicola Scott. With four issues in the tank for Image Comics’ latest sleeper hit Black Magick — and issue #5 right around the corner — the prestidigitatious pair sat down

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Interview: Snyder and Capullo Reawaken The BATMAN

Batman #47 featured a shocking ending that put every comic fan on their toes, but Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo are here to say: the shocks don’t stop there. With next Wednesday’s issue #48 approaching quickly, the dynamic duo of DC Comics sat down again with Comicosity to share insight into Batman’s relationship with the

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Exclusive Interview: Sean E. Williams Launches the COMICKER DIGITAL App

How do YOU read comics? How do you MAKE comics? Sean E. Williams, writer of Artful Daggers, Sensation Comics, and Fairest, has been asking himself that for over a year. The result is Comicker Digital, a webcomic platform with original work by a variety of creators available to read for free, buy, and subscribe. As

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Interview: Capullo and Snyder Bring BATMAN Into Bloom

Batman #50 is steadily approaching, with solicits hitting next week, and we’re starting to see threads come together for the current Dark Knight AND the original in the monthly title. As writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo continue to collaborate on the life and times of Bruce Wayne, the gentlemen sat down with Comicosity

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Interview: Brian Andersen Introduces the First Gay, Mormon Super-Hero

Queer characters and heroes are popping up nearly everywhere in comics these days. But even with the increased representation we’ve seen at DC, Image, and many other comics publishes, there’s still room for a first. Writer Brian Andersen (So Super Duper) is bringing his own life experience to bear by introducing the first gay, Mormon

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