Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb 24 2013

Graphic Bits: Nova, Justice League of America, Star Trek, Happy and Vibe

Don’t have time for full reviews of comics? Then check out Graphic Bits: bite sized chunks of comic book goodness designed to get behind the panels and into your hearts. This week (20 February 2012), careers get started in Nova #1 (Marvel), Justice League of America #1 (DC Comics) and Vibe #1. Meanwhile, more secrets from …

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Feb 21 2013

Behind The Panels Issue 48 – The Underwater Welder

In this issue, prepare for Oz Comic-con! Plus, a legend leaves Green Lantern, and Marvel sends us to Infinity and beyond…for free! DC cancels more, and more Arkham Asylum on the way. THEN Guardians of the Galaxy casting, and a whole mess of TV news from The Walking Dead, Arrow and S.H.I.E.L.D. PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week, The Underwater Welder by Jeff Lemire. Our next …

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Feb 06 2013

Behind The Panels One-Shot – The Jeff Lemire Interview

This week Richard and David had the opportunity to have a chat with comic book creator Jeff Lemire, author of Essex County and Sweet Tooth. During the interview Jeff discussed his plans for the new run of Green Arrow as well as his magnificent new graphic novel The Underwater Welder. Sit back and enjoy this …

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Feb 05 2013

Behind The Panels Issue 47 – The Pro

In this issue, Bendis teases Spider-men 2 and Scully and Mulder get empanelled. ALSO Sin City gets its dame to kill for, Ridley Scott minds the MGMT, and the Inhumans and Superman both get animated. PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week: The Pro by Garth Ennis, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti. Our next reading assignment: The …

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Feb 05 2013

Cover Story: Best Comic Book Covers of January 2013

Each month, hundreds of comics are released to stores for the hungry masses of fans around the world. To stand out on the shelves, you have to put the great art up front. You can judge a book by its cover. Welcome back to our continuing monthly column, or at least it would be if we …

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