Stack Overflow: Skip to the End

Stack Overflow - The End

Sometimes you just gotta skip to the end—the end of the world, that is. All of the books in today’s Stack Overflow are about The End. We’ve got religious end-times, magical end-times, and some skills you might need once you get there. Continue reading

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Trailer Gives us Time-Traveling Crazy Fun

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Okay, this trailer confirms a lot of the rumors that have been swirling around the spin-off from Arrow and The Flash, including Lotz’s character, and the big bad. And the time-travel looks to bring some real crazy to the possible storylines. We are getting SO deep in comic book territory here. I’m excited! Continue reading

Motor City Comic Con Preview

Preview image for the Motor City Comic Con.

Motor City Comic Con, Michigan’s largest Comic and Media convention, will be held in the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, featuring media guests including William Shatner, Gates McFadden, Terry Farrell, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, and Scott Steiner. Continue reading

Kickstarter Alert: Rush Gets the Fantoons Treatment in a Book of Comics and Art

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The Holy Triumvirate gets the Fantoons treatment in this Kickstarter project for a book celebrating the band Rush in beautifully illustrated and humorous comic strips, cartoons, and illustrations. Continue reading

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: ‘Mangaka: The Fast & Furious Game of Drawing Comics’

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‘Mangaka’, Kickstarting now, is a great game for drawing-enthusiasts and storytellers alike. No great skill in either is required to do well in this game that gives players a 60-minute window of focused drawing fun. Players’ comics, drawn in four 5-minute rounds, are guided by random themes provided by the game. Continue reading

The Avengers, Re-imagined!

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See Earth’s mightiest re-imagined as characters from all corners of pop culture, including ‘My Little Pony,’ ‘Harry Potter,’ and ‘Adventure Time.’ Continue reading

Target Helps You Relive the Avengers Movie at Home

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What happens when your birthday party turns into an SUPERHERO birthday party with the vast assortment of the best ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ products sold at Target? GeekDad Dave Banks and his family found out! Continue reading

Stan Lee Talks About Shaving the World With the Avengers and Gillette (With Awesome Giveaway!)

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Gillette and Stark Industries have teamed up to make a set of awesome Avengers-inspired razors. Enter to win one, after you read an interview of Stan Lee himself! Continue reading

Same Geek Channel: ‘Convergence’ Continues the Crisis Love With Week 4

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I have to start this with a disclaimer. If you’re a reader grabbing an individual issue because of beloved characters, some of this stuff we’re going to complain about will bother you less. Continue reading

The Ultimate Wake; 15 Years of Marvel’s Ultimate Comics

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As reported months ago, while many of Marvel’s parallel universes will find themselves vying for survival, one casualty has been verified; Earth 1610 (Ultimate Marvel) will most definitely perish, beginning with Ultimate End. We take a look at the events that helped shape that Universe and influence many others. Continue reading

5 Questions With Kids Comic Authors: Kazu Kibuishi

5 Questions with Kazu Kibuishi

Next week, May 4–10, is Children’s Book Week. To celebrate, Jorge Aguirre and Rafael Rosado are going on a month-long blog tour, interviewing kids comic authors. Today we’re honored to have their interview with Kazu Kibuishi. Continue reading

‘Fangirl’ Interview With, Um, Fanboy Tom Stillwell

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‘Fangirl’ is the story of Alice, a gamer geek whose trip to the San Diego comic con is compromised when she becomes witness to a murder. Alice and her guildies take refuge amidst the cosplayers and con-goers, and boom! It’s on. With ‘Fangirl,’ writer Tom Stillwell offers Alice as a strong female protagonist, not to pander to the gender issue in comics, but because strong, solid female roles should be the standard for the industry. Continue reading