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10 WORDS: January 31, 2018 Releases

10 WORDS: January 31, 2018 Releases

One word. Sometimes, it’s all you need to adequately describe a comic. Sometimes, you need a lot more, BUT YOU ONLY GET ONE IN THIS GAME. I guilted Nikki, Doug, MJ and Allen into playing this game with me, and they haven’t bailed yet…SO LET’S TAKE ON WEEK 22 OF THIS MADNESS! January 31 releases,


A new adventure begins for the DC Super Hero Girls with a new comic book series, DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: SPACED OUT, available digitally. The new story is the next installment from the popular DC Super Hero Girls franchise, which includes animated movies, TV and webisodes, apparel, toys and publishing. Series writer Shea Fontana and

15 Under 10: Comic Books for Kids

A week ago, I received an email from a dad, who was having a hard time finding comic books that his eight year-old daughter would enjoy (and would be appropriate for her age). He wants to share the passion for comics that he’s enjoyed for his whole life — but it’s not as easy as

Exclusive Preview: DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: OUT OF THE BOTTLE Chapter 9

DC Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE preview of today’s new chapter in the DC Super Hero Girls saga “Out of the Bottle,” teaming Wonder Woman creative team Shea Fontana and Mirka Andolfo. Scroll down to view full sized preview images. DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: OUT OF THE BOTTLE Chapter 9 Written by Shea Fontana Art

Fontana, Garbowska & Di Chiara Helm DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: OUT OF THE BOTTLE

DC SUPER HERO GIRLS will be returning as a Digital First series next week with DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: OUT OF THE BOTTLE! The next storyline, from series writer Shea Fontana and artists Agnes Garbowska and Marcelo Di Chiara, returns fan-favorite characters Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Batgirl, Poison Ivy, Katana, Supergirl and more to Super

HALLOWEEN COMICFEST 2016 Arrives Saturday with Free Comics

Fifteen years ago, the industry came together to create Free Comic Book Day based on the belief that there’s a comic book out there for everyone. As Free Comic Book Day grew, publishers and retailers decided they needed another event to keep interest in comics and the comic book shops that truly help foster the