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  1. Comics 201: My Comics Can Beat Up Your Comics; Or, The Great Publisher Debate

    Every subculture has its great rivalries. Star Wars vs. Star Trek. Creature effects vs. CGI. Mac vs. PC. That one sports team vs. that other sports team. If you’re tapped into comics culture at all, you know that the great comics rivalry is between Marvel and DC.

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  2. Comics 201: Crisis In Infinite Issues; Or, How To Read A Crossover Event

    It’s happened to many of us: You’re reading a comic series, enjoying all the superhero shenanigans, when suddenly: BAM! random issue that has nothing to do with the story and other heroes are showing up and things are happening and what the actual hell?

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  3. Whoa, Guys, The Mega Man Comic Got Dark

    The Mega Man comic has been chugging along comfortably for the last three years under the Archie Comics label, which has been undergoing a slow evolution with some genuinely new and surprising ideas and storylines.

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  4. Five Vertigo Comics Begging to Hit the Small Screen

    DC Comics is making a full-steam-ahead effort of translating several of its Vertigo comic book series to the small and big screen. Let's look at other Vertigo properties that are begging to be given the live-action touch for television.

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  5. Comics 201: What To Know After You Know You Want To Get Into Comics

    On Wednesdays we buy comics.

    If you’ve ever been in a comic book store, there’s a good chance your first thought as you stepped inside was probably something like, “What the hell is all this stuff?”

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Falkor Is The Tastiest Luck Dragon In All Of Fantasia

    Cake? Did somebody say cake?

    If you'll excuse me, I need to go talk to some sugar about my nostalgia.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Genderbent Sherlock Cosplay

    *standing ovation*

    Um. I. Uh. Someone send help. I have forgotten how to words.

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  8. The Mary Sue Interview: Nick Tapalansky and Alex Eckman-Lawn’s All-Ages Thanatos Diver

    Thanatos Diver, from writer Nick Tapalansky and artist Alex Eckman-Lawn, is about a young woman whose whole life has been spent on an island. But exploring the sunken city surrounding them is about to expand her horizons in the most unusual way. We spoke with the dynamic duo to find out the background of Thanatos Diver, writing female characters, and giving babies comics.

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  9. Attention All Hands: The Humble Star Trek Bundle Offers A Full Complement Of Comics, For Charity

    Resistance is futile.

    The first comic book I ever read was a Star Trek comic. It was given to nine-year-old me by a gentleman down the street who was handing out kid-friendly monthlies for Halloween instead of candy. That, my friends, is an upstanding citizen.

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  10. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Nick Tapalansky and Alex Eckman-Lawn’s Thanatos Diver Art

    If a JRPG and a comic book had babies, it would be this awesome thing.

    Nick Tapalansky and Alex Eckman-Lawn are creating an all-ages comic for Th3rd World Studios called Thanatos Diver. It's the JPRG, that isn't really a JRPG, that you should be reading! Well, once it's released anyway. Take a look at some exclusive promotional images the team has gifted us with.

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