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The Comics Classroom: Decades of Doom, Part 1

The Comics Classroom: Decades of Doom, Part 1

Is there any villain more fascinating than Dr. Doom, the Master of Menace, the Monarch of Latveria, the Emperor of Evil? While the Fantastic Four have always hosted a large and interesting number of rouges in their gallery, Doom has constantly risen to the top over the decades to be both a dangerous enemy as


Exclusive Preview: MS. MARVEL #17

Marvel Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE preview of next week’s Ms. Marvel #17, a Secret Wars tie-in. Scroll down to view the full size preview images. MS. MARVEL #17 Written by G. Willow Wilson Art by Adrian Alphona Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: August 5, 2015 The team-up to end all team-ups has finally


Interview: Yang and Romita Tell the Truth About SUPERMAN

He’s the world’s first super-hero, and there’s few things that have never been done with him. Superman has lost his parents, kept his parents, lost them again. He’s dated a mermaid, watched his high school sweetheart battle it out with his girlfriend, marry the woman of his dreams, and have that all change as well.


25 Reasons Why We Need More Persons of Color in Comics

It’s been a long, strange few weeks for comics. With questions surrounding race and representation swirling around several recent issues, the announcement of Milestone Comics’ return to the halls of DC, and the arrival of one of the most anticipated comics featuring a character of color this week, there’s definitely more than one reason to


Interview: Venditti and Irwin Go “Hal Solo” with GREEN LANTERN

It’s been a great many years since the DC Universe was populated by a single Green Lantern, but those days are back… sort of! With last month’s Green Lantern #41, Hal Jordan finds himself the last remaining member of the Green Lantern Corps, and one without a ring. Armed only with a prototype gauntlet and


Interview: Hope Nicholson Kickstarts THE SECRET LOVES OF GEEK GIRLS

Hope Nicholson is hoping to turn the topic of romance on it’s head with a frank and sometimes humorous look at the topic with a comics and prose anthology called THE SECRET LOVES OF GEEK GIRLS. We took the time to ask Hope about what lead this this unique collection, currently seeking funding through Kickstarter,