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Ten Tweets Thursday with @CurtPires

Ten Tweets Thursday with @CurtPires

Welcome to another edition of Ten Tweets Thursday, this week featuring LP writer Curt Pires (@CurtPires). A rising star in comics, Curt is definitely a name to keep an eye on! Let’s see how he fared with the Ten Tweets! #1 What is the first comic you remember reading? This weird 3D superman comic I

Ten Tweets Thursday with @B_Kritz

This week we chat with comic reader and jellyfish wrangler Bryan Kritz (@B_Kritz). His love of bananas is legendary (see his twitter bio) and his thoughts on the Ten Tweets are below. #1 What is the first comic you remember reading? First comic read was Archie. My uncle had a whole box full of them.

Ten Tweets Thursday with @craiggav

Welcome to Ten Tweets Thursday, in which we profile comic fans, creators, pros, press and more as they take on the infamous Ten Tweets. This week we welcome the Co-Editor of The Idler and newest Comicosity reviewer, Gavin Craig (@craiggav) to the hot seat. See what he has to say about comics below! #1 What is

Ten Tweets Thursday with @MPSOBrien

It’s time for another Ten Tweets Thursday! This week we chat with Michael O’Brien, a geek who loves all forms of media, especially comics. Without further ado, let’s get to the tweets! #1 What is the first comic you remember reading?   Detective 455: Batman, Vampire villain, Grell art & Hawkman backup. I was hooked.

Ten Tweets Thursday with @k_houston86

Kimberly Houston (@k_houston86), a junior editor for ComicBookMovie.com, is an instigator of the highest rank. She recently took time away from her instigating (though she breaks the rules several times in this article) to take on the mighty Ten Tweets! #1 What is the first comic you remember reading? First comic I remember reading on my

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Case of Toxic Avengers

This week is an important one for many die-hard DC Comics fans. Precisely one year ago was the last appearance of fan-favorite character Stephanie Brown before The New 52 began and she took a seat on what DC Editorial refers to as “the bench.” Stephanie’s not alone on the bench by any means, joined by

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