Comics

The Silver Coin Vol. 1 is a perfectly haunting Halloween read

Michael Walsh is joined by top talent for The Silver Coin, a gruesome anthology series that haunts both the guilty and the innocent. Few things are so petrifying as a curse. Throughout history mankind has been horrified by the prospect of mystical objects dooming us to ruin. In the comics …

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Dave Chappelle insulted a group that no one mentions

The long list of iconic black comics that have claimed gender non-conforming people or were themselves members of the LGBTQ community. Black comics have indeed peddled their fair share of nefarious stereotypes about LGBTQ people. Eddie Murphy, for example, sparked a slew of homophobic slurs in his early stand-up routines …

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Comics, novels and manga also have brilliant horror villains

Happy Nerdoween !!! This spooky season is a great time to celebrate some of our favorite horror icons. But while our minds often turn to scary movies and TV shows during this holy time, this year we are thinking outside the box. We’re looking for comics, manga, and books to …

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10 ways a comic book can be creepier than a movie

Horror as a genre has grown in leaps and bounds. Beginning in the books, horror has primarily become a visual medium for many fans these days, with horror movies being the way the vast majority of fans consume horror media. While horror novels are still big business, horror has become …

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Horror Comic Heavy Fog is a disturbing story created in just 24 hours

Heavy Fog – a horror comic book created by Abby Howard for 24 Hour Comic Day – doesn’t shy away from tackling heavy themes that will bother readers. Thick fog – A short horror comic shared on social media – was created within 24 hours for a special event starting …

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Marvel super fan read 27,000 comics and found key to success

Comic book super fan Douglas Wolk claims to have deciphered Marvel’s “hybrid formula” after reading 27,000 comics published over six decades. With over six decades of comic book stories and countless hours of audiovisual adaptations, few people will ever earn more than a fraction of what Marvel comics has to …

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October 13, 2021 – Multiversity Comics

Welcome to The Rundown, our daily analysis of the comedy news we missed from yesterday. A link to share? Email our team at [email protected] ICYMI, veteran Marvel colorist Andy Yanchus has passed away, while AfterShock’s YA imprint, Seismic Press, announced the spooky graphic novel “Fearbook Club.” We also spoke to …

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Marvel’s Weird Tales of Forgotten Transformers Weren’t Told in the Comics

Welcome to a special edition of Adventure (s) Time, where I think back to the animated heroes of the past. This week, we think outside the box and take a look at some curiosities from the early days of Marvel’s relationship with Hasbro. Specifically, Marvel’s attempts to build a myth …

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Endgame is changing Iron Man comics in the best possible way

Avengers: Endgame has proven Tony Stark is happiest when he lives a life without technology, and now the MCU has changed the comics as well. Warning: Contains spoilers for Dark Ages # 2! The Marvel Cinematic Universe Influences Iron Man in comics in a radical way – and Avengers: Endgame …

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Marvel Comics’ 10 bravest villains, ranked

Many Marvel villains are known for their bravery. Some of these dangerous and intimidating villains can be pretty cowardly, but not all of them. It takes certain means to do what a lot of villains do, challenging some of the most skilled and powerful heroes. No matter how many times …

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