Comics For Heroes is not currently accepting new donations. This is an unfortunate situation to be in, but your support over the past years has been more than we ever could have hoped for. While that is a very very good thing, it has left us with thousands more comics than our funding allows us to process and ship to new homes.... more →
Nunavut, Canada — While Santa’s helpers ready good cheer for the globe, “Team Duffy” – Beth, Dan, and their two children Rachel and Eddie in Ontario, Canada have marshalled a continental response to airlift over 3,000 magazines and comics to Inuit children and families north of the Arctic Circle in Nunavut, Canada for... more →
Imagine a comic book reading experience that could be called ‘enhanced.’ Animation, sound FX, voice acting, narration. What is a motion comic anyway? Is that even a good question? Or one with little, if any, relevance? Well, at minimum, a motion comic is in part a by-product of comics and comic book-reading, so it deserves... more →
As I have often described, it is quite difficult to recommend comic books to the new reader that are so entrenched in history. Green Lantern is one of those books but this may be the best time to see what our emerald heroes are all about. Up till this year there was one leading voice to the Green Lantern books, a man named Geoff... more →
The first time I ever ventured into a comic shop, it was because I adored the X-Men cartoon. So I will always be an X-Men fan first and foremost no matter what. It recent times it has not been easy being a mutant, and it is no spoiler if I tell you that Professor X has died at the hands of a Phoenix possessed Cyclops and the X-Men... more →
Here is a touching video of a soldier who returns home from deployment and dresses up as Spider-Man to surprise his son. This moment between a real life hero and his son really tugged at our hearts.
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MagazineLiteracy.org, Comics for Heroes, & Reading with Pictures join forces for International Literacy Day Arctic Airlift to get Comics and Magazines to Inuit Schools and Families at the top of the World
MagazineLiteracy.org, ComicsforHeroes, and ReadingwithPictures are celebrating International Literacy... more →
In case you were wondering, this is where it all starts. This is the moment you get a snapshot of the future, and a little bit of time to examine the photo negative. Who’s to know what these, the following comic creators, will produce one day? But I can tell you all about what they’ve done and are doing.
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Revival is a creator owned book published by Image comics, and is about the undead in a small rural town in Wisconsin. I am so tempted to say, “If you like zombies then you will love this book” but it does not quite fit that category. Revival is actually a book about the no longer dead that are sentient and not necessarily violent,... more →
So maybe you know them, and maybe you don’t. But chances are good you’ve heard of the movie and television versions of the same. Fair warning: if this is your first time hanging out with someone who always shouts, “The book was better than the movie!” then get ready for some loud company. Only, this time the... more →