All gay superhero comic ‘Spandex’ falls flat


Although recently the amount of gay and lesbian characters on movies and TV have increased, comics and the comic book industry are making strides to catch up.  In the past few years alone a number of monumental events took place: Northstar married his long term non-superhero boyfriend Kyle, Hulkling and …

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‘Someplace Strange’ is a marvelous envisioning of a child’s fears and how he overcomes that fear


Someplace Strange is a marvelous envisioning of what a child fears. It also allows us the opportunity to see how a child overcomes that fear. The secret to a child`s resilience does not lie simply in his youth, but in a kid`s capacity to problem-solve.

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Fearless Fred’s ‘The Fourth Planet’: a product of diversity in creativity


The Fourth Planet is a product of eclectic and diverse inspirational backgrounds and a passion that can only be fuelled by “one who knows.” It’s really a testament to the variety of sci-fi and comic influences that are being applied in the creation of this comic and, at the same time, an individual story of great merit that speaks to the power of listening to that creative voice.

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Captain Kirk’s Pick of the Pulls: The Fuse #4


Image Comics is really making an impact with its cadre of creator-owned titles. It’s a great publishing decision: shared credit for innovative talent and a diverse publishing list. Sure, it’s not a huge money-maker, but over time, the risk-taking will pay off in allowing new talent to rise to the forefront and the money will come.

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