That Texas Blood – An Interview with Chris Condon

Publisher: Image Comics Writer: Chris Condon Artist: Jacob Phillips The first issue of ‘That Texas Blood’ has just debuted and is in local comic shops right now.  This was yet another comic I read, not knowing what was in store. Image Comics has published many great comics lately, and this is one to add to…

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Ice Cream Man: A Temptation For All Your Sins

Written By: W. Maxwell Prince Art By: Martin Morazoo Colorist: Chris O’Halloran If you’re looking for a new comic series to throw yourself into, boy do I have a series for you. Throughout the uncertain times of the world, I’ve been seeking new books and new comics that I can lose myself into.   The Ice Cream Man…

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Superman Smashes The Klan – A Conversation with Author Gene Luen Yang

Joining The Farooqi Brothers Podcast on ComicBook Debate is Author Gene Luen Yang. Yang wrote Superman Smashes The Klan for DC Comics and joins us to talk about the story.  We talk with Gene about the book, how his career has evolved, and what the character of Superman stands for. We also Yang’s thoughts on his…

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DCeased: Unkillables #2- The Return of Wonder Woman

Written By: Tom Taylor Illustrated By: Karl Mostert, Trevor Scott (Warning: Major Spoilers for DCeased: Unkillables #2) With only one more issue left of this mini-series, Taylor gets the ball moving in this issue. And, as always Tom Taylor is not afraid to kill not just one, but a few characters in one issue. Taylor…

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Watchmen #4 and The Structure of Time

It’s rather intimidating to write analytically about Watchmen. The comic series/graphic novel is one of the greatest of all-time and is perhaps the most influential book in the medium. There have been countless essays, papers, videos, and more written and published about it. So instead of talking about Watchmen as a whole and dissecting what…

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DCeased: Unkillables #1 – The Rise of The Villains

Written By: Tom Taylor Illustrated By: Trevor Scott, Karl Mostert Warning: Spoilers for DCeased and DCeased: Unkillables Based on the electrifying events of 2019’s smash hit mini-series DCeased,  Unkillables is a poem to the original series. The six-part DCeased mini-series quickly earned popularity leading to the now sequel. I wouldn’t call it a sequel, but…

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Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity Review

Written By: Kami Garcia Artists: Mico Suayan, Mike Mayhew, and Jason Bodower This comic series is under the DC Black Label title which is DC’s mature imprint, so this comic and the content within is intended for an older audience. If you’re fascinated by the minds of the criminally insane then this is the series…

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Top 10 Comics of the Decade

It’s incredible to think that another decade has come and gone. Throughout these ten years, the comic industry has been treated to some of the most defining works of art by some of the best writers and artists the industry has seen. In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of the…

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DCeased – A Thrilling & Horrific Story

Written By: Tom Taylor Illustrated By: Trevor Hairsine (DISCLAIMER: This article will contain major spoilers for the entire DCeased Comic line.  Please, read the comics, before continuing if you don’t want to be spoiled.) Tom Taylor tells a thrilling, yet a horrific story about our favorite, and now corrupt heroes. DC Comics has always played…

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Top 5 Comics- September 2019

It’s another month and that means we have more comics to talk about. September has been a great month for comic releases and we’ll take a look at a few that really stood out this month. As usual, there might be some spoilers present in this article so please take that into account. So let’s…

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Don’t Be Batman – An Analysis of Tom King’s Batman, Issues 21-24

Note: This article will contain spoilers for issues twenty-one through twenty-four of Tom King’s Batman Welcome to the third part in a series of articles in which I’m taking a deeper look at and breaking down Tom King’s run on Batman from start to finish. King’s work on Batman is a testament to long-form storytelling…

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The 10 Most Patriotic Comics Book Covers Ever

Today is the day we are reminded to “Never Forget.” It was September 11, 2001 — a day like most others. That is, until 8:45 a.m. It was a brisk Tuesday morning when an American Airlines Boeing 767 changed our life in this country forever. Tragically, that caused the building to come perilously down to…

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