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What’s Happening at SAN DIEGO COMIC CON?

What’s Happening at SAN DIEGO COMIC CON?

In an effort to provide the most pleasant experience for comic fans onsite and at home during the massive event that is San Diego Comic Con, what follows is your ONE-STOP resource all things COMICS for the next week! Bookmark this page and come back often to see the updates! Panel and Signing Schedules Official


THE HANGOUT featuring Marguerite Bennett: July 21, 2014

Marguerite Bennett, writer of Batgirl, Lois Lane, Lobo, Amazing X-Men Annual, Butterfly, Sleep Hollow, and more, is on The Hangout! She talks about her new BOOM! Studios series as well as who is her favorite: Scott Snyder, Sean Gordon Murphy or Chip Zdarsky… because Chip just had to know. Get the low down on all


Crisis of Epic Proportion: I Want a Gay Iron Man

This time last week, I was still reveling in the miracle that was nearly unanimous praise for my first love, DC Comics, over its new direction for the Batgirl comic book. In a manner of three days, more than 500 pieces of fan art for Barbara Gordon’s new costume were produced and shared online (and


Interview: Dean Haspiel Crazy Likes THE FOX

Who says comics aren’t fun anymore? With Archie Comics’ initial The Fox five issue series concluded and available in trade paperback, the time couldn’t be better to announce the upcoming The Fox ongoing series from Dark Circle Comics. We had a chance to chat with series writer and artist Dean Haspiel about his thoughts on


Exclusive Preview: INJUSTICE YEAR TWO #8

DC Comics has provided Comicosity with the EXCLUSIVE preview for next week’s Injustice Year Two #8, featuring the birth of Black Canary and Green Arrow’s child. Scroll down to view the preview images. INJUSTICE YEAR TWO #8 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Bruno Redondo and more Published by DC Comics Release Date: July 23,


The Comics Classroom: Women of Comics, Part 1

It is common for modern-day comic readers to look on the current (2014) comic environment with a mix of regret and hope where the topic ‘women in comics’ are concerned. On one hand, the tropes of certain kinds of female characters (that being busty, leggy, doe-eyed, damsels) still exists within the comics community at large.