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Ten Tweets Thursday with @IndigoLantern

Ten Tweets Thursday with @IndigoLantern

Thursday means it’s time for Ten Tweets! This week we chat with Dante (@IndigoLantern), Twitter’s own Indigo Lantern and huge comic fan. Check out what Dante had to say about the Ten Tweets!   #1 What is the first comic you remember reading? Fantastic Four #378. My father picked it up for me on a

MOM’S COVER WATCH: December 12, 2012

In this week’s Mom’s Cover Watch,  the mother of all comics gives you the five of the best comics covers from the week of December 12th. No shenanigans this time. it’s really just five covers. I promise. Not that I wasn’t tempted (cough*Batgirl*cough*DeathoftheFamily*cough.) BEFORE WATCHMEN: RORSCHACH #3 Written by Brian Azzarello, John Higgins Cover Art by

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Illusion of Change

I am always genuinely impressed by the vigor with which fans react to the monthly twists and turns of their favorite comic book. As a testimonial to the power of these characters — and the craft of the creative teams behind them — you can’t beat insane message board and twitter uproar. Meanwhile, it’s completely

MOM’S COVER WATCH: December 5, 2012

In this week’s Mom’s Cover Watch,  the mother of all comics gives you the five of the best comics covers from the week of December 5th… alright, you caught me. There are more than five covers on this week’s list. However, there are reasons. Sure, they’re flimsy excuses for showing off more comics, but come on!

Read Between the Lines: Constantine’s Bulletin Board

Years ago, Rip Hunter’s chalkboard in the mini-series 52 gave readers many hints for upcoming stories all over the DC Universe. Though Rip hasn’t reappeared so far in the New 52 (though we know from the Justice League International Annual that he does exist), his chalkboard has been replaced by John Constantine’s bulletin board. In

COMICS FOR HEROES Presents: The November File

This is the first in what will be a regular series that briefly reviews the books that I (Brian, President and Founder of Comics for Heroes) have read every month. There is no such thing as a bad comic — just one that may not be for you.  One of the great things about comics

MOM’S COVER WATCH: November 28, 2012

Welcome to Mom’s Cover Watch, a weekly feature highlighting five of the best comics covers from the week, as decided by Comicosity’s mother of all comic book readers, Jessica Boyd. I’m also known as the “Moms Read Comics” advocate on Twitter and Tumblr.  Check out my thoughts on five covers from Wednesday, November 28th. GHOST

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