Monthly Archives: January 2016

5 Comics Curmudgeons for National Curmudgeon Day

Today is National Curmudgeon’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate all of the crankiest, surliest, and most miserly individuals in our lives. In order to celebrate this odd holiday, we’ve decided to pick out a set of comic book characters that … Continue reading

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Leading Questions: The Siege of Secret Wars

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 28, 2016. Every two weeks in a new installment of “Leading Questions”, the young, lantern jawed Mark Stack will ask Comics Bulletin’s very own Chase Magnett a question he must … Continue reading

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The Vision #1-3: Manifestations of Humanity

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 25, 2016. The Vision may be the most honest comic being published by Marvel Comics today, but it’s predicated on a lie. On the second page of The Vision #1 … Continue reading

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Leading Questions: 10 Questions for 10 Columns

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 21, 2016. Every two weeks in a new installment of “Leading Questions”, the young, lantern jawed Mark Stack will ask Comics Bulletin’s very own Chase Magnett a question he must … Continue reading

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5 Best Storylines from The Walking Dead

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 17, 2015. The Walking Dead has hit a monumental landmark this week: 150 issues. That’s nothing to scoff at no matter what the circumstances, but The Walking Dead doesn’t require any … Continue reading

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What The Walking Dead #150 Means for Comics

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 14, 2015. Any comic series reaching 150 issues is a significant accomplishment, a representation of tens of thousands of hours of work and more than a decade of dedication and sales. … Continue reading

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Leading Questions: Aquaman Swimming in an Ocean of Dicks

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 14, 2016. Every two weeks in a new installment of “Leading Questions”, the young, lantern jawed Mark Stack will ask Comics Bulletin’s very own Chase Magnett a question he must … Continue reading

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Interview: Rafer Roberts Digs Into the Hilarious Duo of Archer & Armstrong

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 11, 2015. This March Archer and Armstrong, the greatest comedic odd couple of Valiant Entertainment (sorry Quantum and Woody) will return in a new series: A&A: The Adventures of Archer & … Continue reading

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Planetary #15: Dreaming of a New Tomorrow

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 7, 2015. Chase Magnett: After everything we had to say about Planetary #14, certainly the simplest issue of the series to date, Planetary #15 reads like an interesting retort. Instead … Continue reading

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The Fade Out #12: Burning in the Past

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 7, 2015. The Fade Out #12 is a very disappointing comic book. It’s an anti-climax with no big showdown, revelations, or deaths. The closest thing to any of this came … Continue reading

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