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Interview: Amy Chu on the Return of THE GREEN HORNET

Interview: Amy Chu on the Return of THE GREEN HORNET

For more than 80 years the Green Hornet has appeared on the radio, TV, in the movies and in the pages of comic books. He has spent his career protecting the people of Century City with the help of his sidekick Kato. Now it is time for the mantle of the Green Hornet to be

Interview: Lindsay, Zawadski & Cunniffe Are ETERNAL

Comic book storytelling is most successful and eternal when it becomes a collaboration between all the makers involved. It’s like a memorable dish where all the ingredients have been measured, mixed, and melded together just right. The new one shot Eternal by writer Ryan K. Lindsay, artist Eric Zawadski, and colorist Dee Cunniffe is a

The Comics Classroom: Exploring 47 RONIN, Part 2

In the previous entry, Dark Horse’s 2014 adaption of the 47 Ronin story was submitted as a superb example of the famous Japanese story for modern audiences. Stan Sakai’s art was also favorably compared to the woodblock prints of Ogata Gekkō. So, how can Mike Richardson and Stan Sakai’s comic be useful in exploring the history

THE WILDS and BREATHLESS: Emily Pearson and Renzo Rodriguez in Conversation

Let it never be said that the staff at Comicosity doesn’t know when to shut up. Today, we have a special treat: two artists in conversation about their upcoming work with Black Mask Studios! Emily Pearson, artist of The Wilds (#1 arriving in stores next month) and Renzo Rodriguez, artist of Breathless (#1 arriving in

The Power to Push Beyond Pain: Why Frank Castle Is My Super-Hero

Pop culture has become dominated by the world of super-heroes. Gone are the wide-eyed gazes from 2008 as Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau managed to craft an incredible, engrossing film about a comic book character. Iron Man’s success could not have been predicted. The success of Joss Whedon’s Avengers would offer audiences another pleasant

Embrace the Reaper: Death and Dying Between the Panels

Super-heroes are meant to die. Stay with me here: all hero stories should end with a coffin. It’s the only logical ending. Every single super-hero put on their cape, cowl, or spandex because they were no longer able to accept their world for what it was. They couldn’t turn away from the malice, injustice, chaos,

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