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Friday Recommendation: The Authority

By | Feb 26, 2010 | Columns

There are certain things that I feel like everyone reading comics should have read during their lives. There are the things that the casual reader comes in to read (like anything with the name Alan Moore on the cover, except maybe Tom Strong – no disrespect for Tom Strong), and then there are the things […]

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Zuda Weekly: Get Your Votes In

By | Feb 24, 2010 | Columns

This week on Zuda Weekly, I have my reminder to get your vote in for this month’s competition because it ends on Sunday, plus my final take on February’s competition. There are some very solid offerings this month, but strangely enough nothing matching the voting power that Matthew Petz’s War of the Woods showed last […]

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The Short Report: Comic Book Piracy. Now What?

By | Feb 24, 2010 | Columns

Isn’t my LOST-themed Beer Glass awesome? Welcome to the inaugural installment of The Short Report (pronounced Shore Repore, like Colbert, yeah, I’m unoriginal). What I intend to do here is report on a current topic and give my thoughts on them, hopefully to spur on discussion past pure fanboy rage. Face it, we all have […]

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Digital Comics: Airplanes

By | Feb 23, 2010 | Columns

Last time we touched on the need for digital comics in remote locations where shops can’t be found. In our second installment of digital comics articles I want to touch on another issue of location/availability. The need for digital comics in the sky! How would this work and why would it work? Check it out […]

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Small Press Spotlight: Mesmo Delivery

By | Feb 23, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo This past week Dark Horse Comics re-released Mesmo Delivery, Rafael Grampá’s astonishing graphic novel debut (originally published by AdHouse). With its dark and twisted narrative and breathtaking artwork, this bookis bound to stay with the reader well after its 56 pages are through. The story carries with it the […]

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Secret Avenger Speculation

By | Feb 22, 2010 | Columns

A couple of weeks ago, Marvel decided to start getting the ball rolling on the upcoming Heroic Age. First, we had images stating “I Am An Avenger,” with the characters we can expect to see in Bendis’ Avengers title, with art by John Romita Jr. Then Marvel revealed Secret Avengers, by Ed Brubaker featuring art […]

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David’s Got You Covered

By | Feb 21, 2010 | Columns

Burpee is off in Hawaii, living the life of Mai Tai’s, beaches, and bikinis, while I’m stuck up here in Alaska. Thankfully I get to take Burpee’s Got You Covered this week, so ha! Who wins now Burpee?! Okay…he still does, but whatever. Click after the jump to find out what happens when I pick […]

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Digital Comics: Remote Locations

By | Feb 18, 2010 | Columns

Having lived in Alaska now for fourteen years I understand the idea of being in a place just far enough to be considered remote. Being remote in Alaska means some of the culture that the Lower 48, as we like to call it, gets to enjoy we miss out on. We don’t have pro sports […]

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Small Press Spotlight: No Hero

By | Feb 16, 2010 | Columns

How much do you want to be a super human? In honor of Warren Ellis’ birthday, I thought it only too appropriate to take some time to look at one of the craziest things he’s written recently, and probably ever: No Hero. Part of me felt I should do a write up on Ignition City, […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Feb 13, 2010 | Columns

Here we are again for another installment of Burpee’s Got You Covered! This week we have all kinds of things going on. A brief rundown goes something like this, Zombie Batman, Nazis, Six-shooters and chess. So I’m pretty sure there’s something here for everyone. Check for yourself after the jump. 6. Uncanny X-Men First Class […]

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Friday Recommendation: Starman

By | Feb 12, 2010 | Columns

Ask any comic aficionado about James Robinson’s Starman, and most will paint it in a very positive light. But ask many of these same experts for a superhero recommendation, and you’ll hear all the (admittedly well-picked) standards: All-Star Superman, The Immortal Iron Fist, Green Lantern: Rebirth, etc. Don’t get me wrong, each of these are […]

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Character Spotlight- The Atom (Ray Palmer)

By | Feb 11, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Jordan Jennings If you are reading Blackest Night you may have taken notice of a certain miniature hero jumping through phone lines and wearing purple. His name is Ray Palmer, The Atom. The Atom got his start way back in the Silver Age when Ray, a physicist, discovered a fractured piece […]

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Zuda Weekly: February Contenders

By | Feb 10, 2010 | Columns

This week on my Zuda Weekly feature, I’m taking a look at all of the competitors for the month of February. This is a truly exceptional month, as I found myself really enjoying the majority of them and seeing a lot of talent demonstrated throughout. However, there can only be one winner. See what my […]

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Small Press Spotlight: Paul Goes Fishing

By | Feb 9, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo Paul Goes Fishing by Michel Rabagliati Eisner and Ignatz nominee for Best Graphic Novel ‘09 Paul Goes Fishing is newest graphic novel by the ’01 Harvey Award Winner for Best New Talent, Michel Rabagliati. It is the fourth installment in the touching, semi-autobiographical “Paul” series and by far his […]

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Web Comic Spotlight: SMASH!

By | Feb 8, 2010 | Columns

Webcomics aren’t exactly my thing. I don’t know, but in general they’ve never really clicked for me. I’m always looking for little comics and humorous things I can read, but I’ve never become attached to any comics that I can follow online with a regular basis like I do the comics I go and pick […]

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