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Action Figures That Look Nothing Like Their Real-Life Counterparts

Action Figures That Look Nothing Like Their Real-Life Counterparts

By Nuala McKennaFebruary 15, 2013

There are few things in life that are more satisfyingly geeky than adding to your action figure collection. It’s the perfect melding...More  →

QUIZ: Which Justice League Hero Are You?

QUIZ: Which Justice League Hero Are You?

By Steven RomanoJanuary 23, 2013

Hailed as the world’s greatest superheroes, the Justice League has saved the DC Universe time and again from virtually every conceivable threat...More  →

You Must Read Captain Marvel #1

You Must Read Captain Marvel #1

By Eric GarneauJuly 18, 2012

Each Wednesday, we compile short reviews of new comics worth reading. BOOK OF THE WEEK: Captain Marvel #1: At the last two...More  →

4 Kick-Ass Ladies of Fiction Who Are Good Role Models
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4 Kick-Ass Ladies of Fiction Who Are Good Role Models

By Nuala McKennaJune 5, 2012

There are a growing number of strong women characters in today’s popular media. From the superhero through to the everywoman, these ladies...More  →

Comics You Should Be Reading: Wonder Woman

Comics You Should Be Reading: Wonder Woman

By Eric GarneauMarch 26, 2012

Despite her popularity (and all-around coolness), Wonder Woman's a character that's tough to write. Besides the obvious fact of her gender, how...More  →

Comics Catch for March 21, 2012

Comics Catch for March 21, 2012

By Eric GarneauMarch 21, 2012

Comics Catch compiles short reviews of a bunch of comics worth reading each week....More  →

Comics Catch for February 15, 2012

Comics Catch for February 15, 2012

By Eric GarneauFebruary 15, 2012

Comics Catch compiles short reviews of a bunch of comics worth reading each week. Army of Darkness #1: Most of you have probably...More  →

Comics Catch: A Weekly Roundup of Comics Worth Buying

Comics Catch: A Weekly Roundup of Comics Worth Buying

By Eric GarneauJanuary 19, 2012

Amazing Spider-Man #678: In part one of the excellently-named "I Killed Tomorrow," Peter Parker's buddy invents a doorway that can take anyone...More  →