Chris Fluit's News posts – March 2010 Archive (4)

Five First Issues of CyberForce

Fifteen months ago, I took a look at five first issues of Wildcats and Youngblood. It was appropriate at the time as both of those original Image titles had recently come out with new number ones. Jason Marconnet, aka Lime Coke, enjoyed those…

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Added by Chris Fluit on March 25, 2010 at 9:27pm — 5 Comments

What Age Is It Now Anyway?

I’ve been talking about the ages of comics for the past three columns (if you think I’m being long-winded, you should see all of the stuff I left out). Either way, I appreciate your perusal and participation. So far, I’ve speculated as to whether or not Brightest Day and Heroic Age will launch a new age, sided with the broad…

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Added by Chris Fluit on March 18, 2010 at 9:32pm — 12 Comments

What Comes After the Bronze Age?

Green_lantern_76 For the past two weeks, I’ve written articles about the various ages of comics. It’s an admittedly academic topic, but one which fascinates me (and interests quite a few readers, judging by the number of comments generated by the past two columns). The first column speculated as to whether or not DC’s Brightest Day and Marvel’s Heroic…
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Added by Chris Fluit on March 13, 2010 at 11:04pm — 37 Comments

Is There a Bronze Age of Comics?

300px-New_Teen_Titans_1 Last week, I wrote about the possibility of Marvel’s Heroic Age and DC’s Brightest Day ushering in a new age of comics. Along the way, I

discussed the previous ages of comics, the eras by…

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Added by Chris Fluit on March 6, 2010 at 10:46am — 14 Comments

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