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Review: MARVEL 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

MARVEL 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Bruce Timm, James Robinson, Tom DeFalco, Len Wein Art by Chris Samnee, Bruce Timm, Michael Gaydos, Stan Goldberg, Paul Gulacy Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: October 29, 2014 Titles celebrating anniversaries in comics are usually rather on the boring side, simply re-printing material in an

MOM’S COVER WATCH: July 9, 2014

Anniversaries, colors on point and images where you’re not completely sure what is happening (but you’ll like it) are all over the various covers that the mother of all comics has dug up for the week of July 9, 2014. BATGIRL #33 Variant Cover by Cliff Chiang Published by DC Comics This is pure happiness

MOM’S COVER WATCH: May 21, 2014

Happy New Comic book day! Shelves are filled with new releases, and the Mom Who Reads Comics has got the 5 best right here…. BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER SEASON 10 #10 Written by Christos Gage and Nicholas Brendon Cover art by Steve Morris Published by Dark Horse Comics Instead of being relegated to literature classes

MOM’S COVER WATCH: June 26, 2013

Anticipated series, others drawing one issue closer to a close and unexpected delights are all the picks for the mother of all comics, Jessica Boyd. She explains in this week’s MOM’S COVER WATCH. BATMAN/SUPERMAN #1 Written by Greg Pak Cover by Jae Lee Published by DC Comics Light and dark are perfectly melded on the

THE HONOR ROLL: May 3, 2013

Welcome to the weekly roundup of five of the best titles read by Comicosity staff from this past Wednesday! This week I am joined by Matt Santori-Griffith and Alison Berry to craft this top five of fantastic titles from May 1, 2013. ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #1 Written by Jeff Parker Art by Chris Samnee Publisher:

COMIC LOVE: Why you should read Ultimate Spider-Man

The Rundown If there is one promise Marvel has been able to keep about the ‘Ultimate’ universe, it is that death matters. Death of Spider-Man was one of the best stories told that year and effectively wrapped up the young life of Peter Parker. Once the dust settled on the event, Marvel announced that the series

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