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Exclusive Preview: PLANET HULK #5

Exclusive Preview: PLANET HULK #5

PLANET HULK #5 Written by Sam Humphries Art by Marc Laming Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: September 9, 2015 BRANDED BY BATTLE! ABSOLVED BY BLOOD! For STEVE ROGERS and DEVIL DINOSAUR…there is no end to HULK, no promise of salvation. Crawl in the mud and the blood, until the claws of death reach your

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THE HANGOUT featuring Christopher Sebela: August 30, 2015

The writer of High Crimes, Dead Letters, Ghost, and Escape From New York has made his way back to The Hangout to talk about his newest book WE(L)COME BACK! He discusses the Tumblr reaction the the book, role of the art team has played and the future of the mini-series. Follow Christopher: @xtop The Hangout:

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Interview: Tony Daniel Launches BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL

This October, DC Comics does it all over again with Batman Eternal. Only this time, there’s another star in the headline. To celebrate Dick Grayson’s 75th Anniversary, a team of writers led by James Tynion IV and Scott Snyder are launching Batman and Robin Eternal, a 26-issue weekly series starring none other than Dick Grayson,

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Luck of the Stylish: 13 DCYou Books You Should Be Reading

Diversity is definitely a hot topic among comic fans online, and it’s one that Comicosity has embraced fully and as part of its core mission. We pride ourselves on being a place for readers — and writers — of all types to come together and enjoy comics just a little bit more. So, it never

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Interview: Johns and Fabok Go to War in JUSTICE LEAGUE

Darkseid is coming face-to-face with the Justice League for a rematch, but he’s not coming alone. With a host of New Gods and new Amazons in tow, writer Geoff Johns and artist Jason Fabok are delivering an epic adventure in their newest Justice League storyline “Darkseid War.” As #43 arrives tomorrow, Johns and Fabok sat

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Interview: Steve Orlando on Queersploitation, Cross-Cultural Research, and VIRGIL

Originally launched as a Kickstarter back in 2013, Virgil is hitting the direct comic market by storm this September as a complete graphic novel from Image Comics. Writer Steve Orlando [Midnighter] has returned to Comicosity to share his thoughts on writing cross-culturally, and diving into the genre of queersploitation, played out in a tale of

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Princess Power: 8 Characters That Won’t Make You Cringe

Every mother I know has told me the same thing: “I blinked, and suddenly everything was about princesses for Megan/Annie/Savannah/George.” If you’re a parent who grew up watching wilting maidens get rescued by thick-haired dreamboats in tights, this princess phenomenon may feel like an insidious virus. And no matter how hard you try to keep

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