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Happy birthday, George Perez!

George Perez, that Titan among artists, is 55 today!

Started by Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)

1 Jun 9, 2009
Reply by Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)

Recommend a title from the 90's - with one caveat

Here's a challenge for the Legion: recommend a title from the 1990's. It can be from any company, but I put this caveat on it to make it in…

Started by John Dunbar (the mod of maple)

23 Jun 9, 2009
Reply by Lumbering Jack (M'odd-R8-Tr)

Happy birthday, Larry Hama!

Yo, Joe! Larry Hama turns the big six-oh today!

Started by Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)

0 Jun 7, 2009

Happy birthday, Neal Adams!

Neal Adams is 68 today! I wish the world looked more like he drew it...

Started by Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)

1 Jun 6, 2009
Reply by Travis Herrick (Modular Mod)

The End is Nigh

Planetary #27 to ship in October. What other signs of the apocalypse can we expect to see?

Started by Alan M.

5 Jun 4, 2009
Reply by Doc Beechler (mod-MD)

Who are the most creative creators?

Going back to my ongoing plea that today's comic creators spend less time on flatlining 'events' and more on creating new characters and co…

Started by Martin Gray

13 Jun 4, 2009
Reply by Martin Gray

Who's Kitty referring to?

I love Wolverine: First Class because it takes me back to the tail end of "my" era of the X-Men. Of course this also means I'm hypersensiti…

Started by Rich Lane

6 Jun 4, 2009
Reply by Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)

Those Kents Sure are Super!

So reading the review (or at least the comments) of Superman # whatever-the-current-issue-is, and Cap's thoughts about Mon-El taking on the…

Started by Alan M.

4 Jun 1, 2009
Reply by Rich Lane

Detective Comics 853 topped the charts in April - thoughts?

Possibly for the first time in the 70 plus years of its existence, Detective Comics was the best selling comic in April. Pretty cool, but n…

Started by John Dunbar (the mod of maple)

7 Jun 1, 2009
Reply by Batmatt Beyond

What was the artistic purpose of the lines on the Human Torch(es)?

Back in the day, when ever the original Human Torch or Johnny Storm would flame on, they were always draw with dozens of straight lines acr…

Started by Rich Lane

9 Jun 1, 2009
Reply by Rich Lane

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