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The 15 Most Tragic Deaths in Comics

By Steven RomanoApril 18, 2014

Unless you haven’t already heard the hubbub, Riverdale’s red-haired golden boy, Archie Andrews, will be biting the big one this July in...More  →

The 15 Most Tragic Deaths in Comics

Blogging The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes, Part 2

By Allison EmmFebruary 11, 2013

Once upon a time, I was blogging Sandman. Guess what? I still am!...More  →

Blogging The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes, Part 2

Superman Couldn't Always Fly and Batman Used to Shoot People!

By Steven RomanoFebruary 7, 2013

You don’t have to be a seasoned comic book fan to know that Batman deplores the use of firearms when going toe-to-toe...More  →

Superman Couldn't Always Fly and Batman Used to Shoot People!

Real-Life Superheroes: Crazy Good, or Crazy Bad?

By Beth MishlerOctober 17, 2012

“We are using the iconicism of comic book superheroes to make a difference, inspire others, spread a positive message, and call attention...More  →

Real-Life Superheroes: Crazy Good, or Crazy Bad?
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Chef Anthony Bourdain Writes a Graphic Novel: "Get Jiro!"

By Beth MishlerJuly 3, 2012

He writes for HBO’s Treme. He has written nearly a dozen books and cookbooks, including Kitchen Confidential. He currently hosts No Reservations...More  →

Chef Anthony Bourdain Writes a Graphic Novel:

The 5 Greatest Saturday Morning Cartoons

By Steven RomanoJuly 2, 2012

The facts are sad but true: Saturday morning cartoons suck now. But they didn't used to! There once were plenty of options...More  →

The 5 Greatest Saturday Morning Cartoons
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Marvel is Better Than DC

By Robert IsenbergJune 27, 2012

Just as superheroes fight evildoers, Marvel fights DC. They battle with art, story, character, and imagination—and it's likely to go on forever....More  →

Marvel is Better Than DC

3 LEGO Reasons We Wish We Were Still Kids

By Scott GreenstoneJune 7, 2012

When I was a kid, we had a barn. And that barn had a room. And that room was full of LEGOs....More  →

3 LEGO Reasons We Wish We Were Still Kids

Stephen King Villains and Their Comic Book Counterparts

By Robert RunyonMay 29, 2012

Stephen King is the undisputed American master of horror. He's also a maven of pop culture and continually fills his books with...More  →

Stephen King Villains and Their Comic Book Counterparts