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In Panels and Profits: The Lighter Side of Economics in Comics

In Panels and Profits: The Lighter Side of Economics in Comics

In the colorful world of comics, where superheroes routinely save the universe and talking animals offer life lessons, there’s a niche that often goes unnoticed – the surprisingly vibrant realm of[…]

Transformers #6: The End of the Beginning

Transformers #6: The End of the Beginning

The first arc of Daniel Warren Johnson’s Transformers series reaches its explosive finale in issue #6, which will be available on March 13, 2024. The epic showdown between the Autobots and[…]

Comic Book Crossover: How Superheroes Have Dominated the Entertainment Landscape

Comic Book Crossover: How Superheroes Have Dominated the Entertainment Landscape

Comic books have always served as a wellspring of inspiration for many entertainment avenues. Whether it’s the silver screen, television, video games, or even music, superheroes have triumphantly conquered the entertainment[…]

Marvel Launches NFTs Featuring Spider-Man, Iron Man, and More.

Marvel Launches NFTs Featuring Spider-Man, Iron Man, and More

Marvel Comics, the iconic publisher of superhero comics, has announced the launch of its first official NFT collection, featuring digital collectibles of Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, and other popular characters.[…]

Wonder Woman Gets a New Series and a New Villain by Tom King

Wonder Woman Gets a New Series and a New Villain by Tom King

Wonder Woman, one of the most iconic and beloved superheroes of all time, is about to face a new challenge in her upcoming series by Tom King and Daniel Sampere. The[…]

Who was the first african american character in the “peanuts” comic strip?

Who was the first african american character in the “peanuts” comic strip?

The first African American character in the Peanuts comic strip was Franklin. He was introduced on July 31, 1968 by Charles M. Schulz, the creator of Peanuts, after receiving a letter[…]

Chibi poses.

Chibi poses

What are chibi poses? Chibi poses are stylized ways of drawing mini versions of characters, usually from anime or manga. Chibi characters are typically between two and four heads tall, and[…]

Archer St. John

Archer St. John & The Little Company That Could

Archer St. John & The Little Company That Could by Ken Quattro 2006 Foreword It was Mark Hanerfeld’s tribute to Kubert’s Tor in Alter Ego #10 way back in 1969 that first tipped me to[…]

Allen Bellman Interview

Allen Bellman Interview

Allen Bellman by by Dr. Michael J. Vassallo Foreword… The name Allen Bellman conjures up a smile of recognition among historians and aficionados of Timely Comics and Timely Comics history. From[…]

Comic e621

Comic E621

What is E621 comic? E621 is a large online archive of furry art that is for most part NSFW. It was originally created for members of the furry fandom to share[…]