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THE HANGOUT featuring Cullen Bunn: October 13, 2014

THE HANGOUT featuring Cullen Bunn: October 13, 2014

Third time is a charm as writer Cullen Bunn joins Karen and Jessica once again on The Hangout.  We discuss Terrible Lizard, Magneto, Sinestro, Brides of Helheim, The Empty Man, and The Remains.  Cullen plays Rate the Genre and shares which comics he currently loves to read. We also talk about this year at NYCC, including Wonder Woman ’77 and the “Image Comics: I

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MOM’S COVER WATCH: October 1, 2014

The mother of all comics takes a look at the most mesmerizing covers for the week of October 1, 2014 in this week’s Cover Watch. ANGEL & FAITH #10 Cover art by Scott Fischer Published by Dark Horse Comics With red and golden strands this cover looks haunting, beautiful and a touch on the creepy

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Oni Press Announces Second Printing for BRIDES OF HELHEIM #1

October 1, 2014 (Portland, OR) – Following in the bloody footsteps of its predecessor, 2013’s brutally successful hit Helheim, the demand for Cullen Bunn, Joëlle Jones, and Nick Filardi’s BRIDES OF HELHEIM #1 has exhausted Diamond’s supplies, triggering an immediate reprint. While there’s already much cause for celebration, Oni Press has decided to sweeten the

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Interview: Cullen Bunn Brings Back the Dead in BRIDES OF HELHEIM

Cullen Bunn revisits the world of witches and undead Vikings with his new mini-series Brides of Helheim, a sequel to last year’s Helheim. A beautiful and brutal combination of Frankenstein’s Monster and Nordic living, Helheim ended on a bleak note – while evil was (seemingly) defeated, mighty Rikard remains far from Valhalla living in the literal ruins of his

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GAME CHANGERS: Jen Van Meter on Zero Hopeless-Savage

Welcome to GAME CHANGERS, an interview series at Comicosity looking at female protagonists in comic books from the last decade or two (or more!) — and the original creators who brought them to life. Today, we chat with writer Jen Van Meter about her creator-owned series Hopeless Savages, and its central character — the youngest

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