Month: April 2020

-Advertisement- Aster and the Accidental Magic Written by Thom PicoIllustrated by KarensacTranslated by Anne and Owen SmithPublished by RH Graphic Statement of Intent Aster and the Accidental Magic is a book (two, really) about being in an unexpected place and having lots of emotions you can’t control, both good subjects for kids to see as
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-Advertisement- Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge has hit retail shelves and is now available on Blu-ray/DVD this week. In case the clip last week featuring Sonya Blade taking on Reptile wasn’t enough of an appetizer, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released another Mortal Kombat Legends clip that finds Jax in a precarious position — battling
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-Advertisement- THIS WEEK: DC Comics released a limited number of new monthly comics this week, but we got caught up instead with Gotham High, which is part of the publisher’s growing line for YA readers. Gotham High Writer: Melissa de la CruzArtist: Tho mas PitilliColorist: Miguel MuertoLetterer: Troy PeteriAre you 18 or older? Than DC’s Gotham
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-Advertisement- The comic book retailer fund Insider Art aims to provide financial assistance to female and non-binary comic book retailers. Administered by Jen King, money will be raised for the fund through three different avenues: a digital Insider Art comics anthology, two special feline-themed Insider Art fabric, and online auctions of various collectibles, exclusive artwork,
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Credit: #Creators4Comics #Creators4Comics has announced that the charity campaign has raised $433,166 so far U.S. comic book shops. The five-day campaign organized and auctioned off various original art, services, experiences and more from comic creators, with the winning bidders donating directly to the Book Industry Charitable Foundation, which has been organized a fund for U.S.
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Credit: Mad Magazine <em>Dodgeball </em>director Rawson Marshall Thurber is in talks to helm Warner Bros./Imagine Entertainment's long in-development live action movie adaptation of longrunning <em>Mad Magazine</em> feature <strong>Spy Vs. Spy</strong>,&nbsp;<a href="https://collider.com/spy-vs-spy-movie-rawson-marshall-thurber-directing/">according</a>&nbsp;to <em>Collider</em>. The film would be based on the classic&nbsp;<em>Mad Magazine</em> strip, in which two opposite-aligned spies (one all in black, the other all in
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Credit: Marvel Comics </div> <figcaption class="fig-cap" id="nointelliTXT"> <cite class="fig-credit">Credit: Marvel Comics </cite> </figcaption> </figure> Writer/artist Declan Shalvey has been focused on the first part of that equation for a little while now, but he’s joining with writer Ed Brisson to provide art for <strong>Punisher Vs. Barracuda, </strong>an impending Marvel limited series that brings Punisher MAX’s
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Rhythm game Tokyo 7th Sisters is set to release an anime movie for a limited period this summer! Titled Tokyo 7th Sisters -Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru-, the 70 minute movie will feature a new story. The visual and trailer feature the twelve main idols of the original game. [embedded content] Tokyo 7th Sisters combines
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Since the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch last month, players have found a number of ways to show-off their creativity in the game. Typically, this creativity can be seen in the way players design their towns, create new patterns, or re-enact scenes from classic films. However, this creativity has gone even
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The esteemed sci-fi label Heavy Metal is branching out with digital-first titles under the banner name ‘Virus’. Here’s a preview of one of the flagship titles, The Red, which is scheduled to be available Wednesday on the company’s website. THE RED #1Writer: Morgan RosenblumStory: Matthew Medney, Morgan Rosenblum, Voooo Brownz, Jonny HandlerArt & Color: Jon
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By Justin Partridge, Best Shots Reviewer April 28, 2020 03:00pm ET Credit: DC Credit: DC Swamp Thing: New Roots #1Written by Mark RussellArt by Marco Santucci and John KaliszLettering by Jimmy BetancourtPublished by DCReview by Justin Partridge‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10 Credit: DC Mark Russell and Marco Santucci make a strong case for episodic
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Gabriel Picolo is known for showcasing quiet moments between friendly characters. The DC Comics artist has developed a massive following thanks to his pieces showcasing the Teen Titans relaxing between encounters with super villains. Picolo recently took a break from the team, however, to focus on a different group of characters: Cloud Strife, Tifa Lockheart,
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