Comics

Jupiters Legacy: The Best Comic Story Didn’t

Jupiter’s legacy The story of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s comic book Jupiter’s Legacy was turned into a series and received very bad reviews. After the first season and a month of streaming, Netflix ended the series for good because it did not receive any audiences. The cancellation of Jupiter’s …

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July 9, 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] In case you missed it, writer Michael Conrad and artist Noah Bailey will reunite for a new comiXology Original graphic novel titled “Double Walker,” and writer …

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DC announces its 2021 Comic-Con @ Home panel line

DC Comics has announced its comic book list for Comic-Con @ Home 2021, which will feature five panels where creators will present previews of their books! DC Comics announced its programming for Comic-Con @ Home 2021. This is the second year that San Diego Comic-Con has been held online. In …

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Marvel: 10 happiest moments in the X-Men comics

The X-Men are one of the biggest teams in the Marvel Universe. Made up of the most respected mutants on the planet, the team takes on some of the most dangerous enemies and combats the racism inherent in human society. It’s a lot to deal with and the men and …

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The Power Rangers’ greatest cosmic foe has FINALLY arrived in the comics

The most powerful monster in the Power Rangers franchise has arrived in the comics with an all new origin story. WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Power Rangers Unlimited: Edge of Darkness # 1 by Frank Gogol, Simone Ragazzoni, Igor Monti, Sabrina Del Grosso, and Ed Dukeshire, on sale …

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The Settling Dust comic begins its final act in September

Life is strange: settling the dust is a comic book series that continues the story after the events of the original game. It will begin its final act in September. Its publisher, Titan comics, calls it “the heartbreaking conclusion to Max and Chloe’s epic comic book journey.” the official description …

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Alligator Loki? Comics and Mythology Explain Episode 4’s Weirdest Turn

What makes a Loki a Loki? The much-repeated question from the Marvel show has gotten a lot trickier thanks to the introduction of four new Loki variations in Episode 4’s post-credits scene. To be fair, we were expecting Kid Loki and Classic Loki, both of whom are well known in …

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Comic-Con @ Home 2021 virtual panels announced and confirmed

It’s not San Diego Comic-Con without signs – and [email protected] is no different! From Friday July 23 to Sunday July 25, panels on all your favorite topics, from TV and movies to comics, publishing, toys and more. Just like last year, these signs are all free and accessible to everyone. …

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PopCultivator Wants to Guide Comic Book Creators in the Right Direction | Function on

As the pandemic disrupted the comic book industry in April 2020, Devil’s Due Comics founder Josh Blaylock could see changes on the horizon. Creators who were previously reluctant to experiment with technology or crowdfunding sites suddenly needed income because the editors called for “pencils down”. “COVID forced a lot of …

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Enthusiasts share and sell collections at Comic Book Roadshow first stop in Duluth

Collectors with pre-1980 comics, pre-1974 sports cards, and vintage toys could come and have their items valued and sold. DULUTH, Minn. – Sunday kicked off the very first Comic Book Road Show in Duluth, giving fans of vintage comics, sports cards, toys and more a place to sell and share …

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