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HOT FIVE: Week Of December 13, 2017

HOT FIVE: Week Of December 13, 2017

Happy Hanukkah to all of our Jewish friends out there, and  welcome to Comicosity’s Hot Five. Hot Five is a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list

THE HONOR ROLL: November 22, 2017 Releases

The days come and the days go, but everyday we have an opportunity to read amazing comics. This week we have some incredible spoiler-filled picks from some of the best new books that came out, so let’s get to it! ACTION COMICS #992 – Doug Zawisza Superman and Action Comics have been pillars of strength

Review: ACTION COMICS #990

  ACTION COMICS #990 Written by Dan Jurgens Art by Viktor Bogdanovic, Trevor Scott, Scott Hanna, Mike Spicer, and Rob Leigh Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 25, 2017 The Oz Effect steadily increases the global stakes and personal crisis that the Superman Family is facing, and the threat is more near and dear

Review: ACTION COMICS #989

  ACTION COMICS #989 Written by Dan Jurgens Art by Viktor Bogdanovic, Trevor Scott, Mike Spicer, and Rob Leigh Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 11, 2017 The fight between hope and pessimism continues to grow more personal, deadly, and reaches far and wide for Superman and his family. The Oz Effect Part Three focuses

HOT FIVE: Week Of September 27, 2017

Welcome to Comicosity’s Hot Five. Hot Five is a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold in the comic market. ACTION COMICS #988

COMICS CLASSROOM: The Role of Comics in Politics and Art [Part 3]

In the second part of this series I took the commentary surrounding Action Comics #987 to task, and while most aspects of the criticism leveled against the issue don’t stand, they got me thinking. What came to my mind was this: how do we tend to see, visually, immigrants in comics put out by companies

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