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  1. Marvel Announces Princess Leia-Led Star Wars Comics Mini-Series At Comic-Con

    Isn't this series a little short for an ongoing?

    Today, in all your childhood media conglomerated into one source, Disney's relationship with Marvel is finally producing Star Wars comics, and Princess Leia is getting her own title!

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Texts From Hillary

    Things We Saw Today

    So, we found Texts From Hillary today, and now you know about it, too. You're welcome.

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  3. Voice Director Andrea Romano On Casting Your Favorite Superheroes

    Interview

    Earlier this week we brought you an interview with Justice League: Doom voice actor Phil Morris. I have to say, he was a great interview (definitely in my top 10) but casting/dialogue director Andrea Romano is always one of my favorite people to speak with. Her credits include the animated series Smurfs, Batman: The Animated Series, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Avatar: the Last Airbender and good lord, so many other things we watch and love. Hear what she has to say about her latest release, Justice League: Doom, as well as what it's like to work with voice actors, and what we can expect down the road from Warner Home Video. 

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  4. Things We Saw Today: A Different Kind Of Dalek Dress

    Things We Saw Today

    Spotted at Long Beach Comic Con this past weekend by @amy_geek on Twitter, this is certainly one of the most unique Dalek-dresses we've ever seen. Also, I love that Dalek dresses are a thing now. The very idea makes me very happy. Let's see what else we came across in our interneting adventures today... 

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  5. New 52 in Review: Week 1

    Review

    Christopher Holden kicks of a series reviewing the New 52 with... ACTION COMICS “Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.” This is the depiction of Superman generations grew up with during the Golden age of comics and through Max Fleischer cartoons. In Action Comics #1, Grant Morrison is making that Superman canon again.

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  6. The 2010 Harvey Award Winners

    The Harvey Awards, the American comics industry's in-house awards show, was last night. For the second time, the MC was the internet's own Scott Kurtz, writer and artist behind PVP, occasionally known as the granddaddy of webcomics. There was even a bit of controversy, after Mark Waid's "impassioned speech about copyright and what its intent truly is" which contained a reminder to the comics industry to "not make the mistakes of the RIAA and the movie industry." According to Bleeding Cool,
    Sergio Aragonés was later to counter Waid’s theme face-to-face which led to a rather loud contre temps between the two and a bit of a storm off on Waid’s part, with Aragones acclaiming that you don’t just give your work away.
    Aragonés, if you're looking for a contextual touchstone, is a veteran of Mad Magazine and the creator of Groo the Wanderer, while Waid wrote The Flash for eight years, and was the writer behind Kingdom Come. But enough of that! See the award winners and their competition below:

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  7. Stan Lee is Back: Collaborating with Boom! Studios and Mark Waid

    The comic-blogosphere has been abuzz lately, with everyone trying to figure out the purpose behind the guerilla marketing campaign "Stan's Back!"  Ads in comics newspapers and online featured simple white text on a black background, with the first word written in imitation of Stan Lee's distinctive signature. Speculation stopped yesterday, when Boom! Studios announced that they were behind the ads.  They are collaborating with Lee to create three new superhero series.  Lee will produce and create the character concepts, but the titles will be written by other writers, the first of whom is confirmed to be Mark Waid

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