Even Better Than the Real Thing?

Broken Saints
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 →
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Comics’ New Blood

Hookyland
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.   Would... more →
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Before the Fame

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 →
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Wealth Gap Heroes

cost of being batman
Money can’t buy me love? That’s no problem for Batman, who says, “It bought me gadgets, cars, property, and influence.” It doesn’t bother Iron Man either, who reminds us, “Money paid for this fancy, high-powered armor.”   So, maybe those aren’t direct quotes, but money has been... more →
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Give Comics a Chance

It’s like reading’s best kept secret or something.  It’s like two storytelling mediums got married one afternoon, only you missed the reception. I don’t read comics because I think it makes me cool, but it does in fact make me cool. Where were you when Reed Richards was put on trial, when Batman caught the... more →
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