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Interview: Shalvey & Barrett Take Readers To SAVAGE TOWN

Interview: Shalvey & Barrett Take Readers To SAVAGE TOWN

It’s the early 2000s. Ireland. Gangsters. Money. It’s Savage Town, a new OGN from Declan Shalvey and Philip Barrett that hits stores September 20, 2017. Shalvey and Barrett were kind enough to give us the dirt on Savage Town, the Celtic Tiger and just who Jimmy Savage is. Aaron Long: So, how long have you

Bogey Men: Scott Snyder, SEVERED, and THE BLACK MIRROR

When I was a little kid, probably about six or seven years old, I had this recurring nightmare: A tall thin man would float outside my second floor bedroom window. He was always dressed in a black business suit, and had a gaunt profile with thinning white hair. I could never quite make out his features through the

These Heroes Fight Villains: Thoughts on DC BOMBSHELLS Volume 1

When the superhero comics series Bombshells began in July 2015, I had high hopes for what the story could potentially be. The premise was about a group of female superheroes fighting against the Nazis in World War II. Two years later, after the first volume has been completed and the second volume Bombshells United has

Queer Visibility Interview: Andrew Wheeler Goes FREELANCE [Part 2]

Yesterday, we sat down with writer Andrew Wheeler to chat about the first volume of Freelance, Chapterhouse Books’ revitalization of Golden Age hero Lance Valiant. No stranger to analysis and criticism of queer representation himself, Wheeler continues in conversation with Senior Editor Matt Santori to chat about writing gay characters, introducing their sexuality on the

WAITING FOR DOOM Episode 104: Dropping Some Colouring Knowledge With Tamra Bonvillain

This week is doubly awesome as we not only take a look at the all new issue 8 from volume 6, but we’re also joined by the colourist of the series, Tamra Bonvillain! Down on Derington Way – 3:38 Doom Clock – 7:12 Doomsplaining – 9:45 – It’s a new issue week – HOORAY! We take a look

Exclusive Preview: THE FLASH #30

DC Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE preview with Comicosity for next week’s The Flash #30. Scroll down to view the full sized preview images. THE FLASH #30 Written by Joshua Williamson Art by Neil Googe, Ivan Plascencia, and Steve Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 13, 2017 “BLOODWORK” part one! Barry Allen’s personal

Hated, Feared, and Scared: The Narrative Fail of THE X-MEN

Hate has never been more in vogue than it has been in 2017. Without getting political, just take a quick gander at your favorite news outlet and within seconds you’ll see blistering headlines of social, racial, and economic divide. Whether it’s political rallies that turn deadly, unspeakable violence in the name of heinous ideologies —