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Leaving Proof 273 | An Eclipse Comics retrospective
Published on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 by Defunct indie publisher Eclipse Comics helped pave the way for later companies like Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, and VIZ Media. Join us as we look at four comics representative of the change Eclipse embodied. (more…)...
Leaving Proof 225 | Break on through to the other side: On getting American comics fans into manga
Published on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 by A Manga! Comics! Manga! blog post has us looking into manga's past successes in North America and pondering what today's publishers can do to broaden manga's appeal among "traditional" comics fans. ALSO: The latest concept art from The Last Devil. (more…)...
REVIEW | <i>Miracleman</i> #1 (Marvel Comics)
Published on Thursday, February 6, 2014 by Needless self-censorship, premium pricing, unresolved creator issues, and dubious coloring choices cast a pall over what should have been a reprint series debut worthy of celebration by superhero comics fans everywhere. (more…)...
NEWS Round-Up | Week of October 19, 2013
Published on Saturday, October 19, 2013 by [UPDATED] Alan Moore goes incognito in Marvel's Miracleman, Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson in a rare interview, Run-DMC's Darryl McDaniels discusses the upcoming DMC graphic novel, Oni Press' Letter 44 #1 sells out its first print run, and more in this week's News Round-up. (more…)...
Published on Saturday, October 13, 2012 by Jack Kirby is renowned for creating a wide variety of odd comic character designs. One of the strangest and most overlooked is probably Cogburn. Cogburn makes his/its appearance in the Eclipse Comic Destroyer Duck. Cogburn is a cool concept that I would like to see returned to comics now that so many Kirby revival projects are going on. (more…)...
Approaching 25 Years of Flare!
Published on Friday, December 17, 2010 by Flare has a flair for the 80s small press nostalgia. This small press character is hitting her 25th anniversary in 2011 marking her adventurous career since 1986, which is a feat in the small press industry as noteworthy as the 200th issue of Spawn. (more…)...

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