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5 Reasons Why the “I” in Image Comics Stands for “Incredible”

It’s not a secret that I’m a comic book fan. I’ve loved reading them since I was a wee lad, and I’ll use this platform to talk about the creativity behind them whenever I feel like tickling my fancy.  When Image Comics launched in 1992 with the top creators of the time, it was new,…

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A Look Through the Lens of Photographer Judy Stephens

If you’ve ever been to the Marvel Entertainment booth at a show like San Diego Comic Con or New York Comic Con, you might see a blonde blur running around like Quicksilver taking photos of celebrities and fans. That workhouse is Associate Producer Judy Stephens. Sure, the day job sounds fun, but…

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An Interview with Magic of Myths Writer Corey Brotherson

“Writing Gaijin” a.k.a. Corey Brotherson is a writer for websites, publishers, magazines and TV. As a published comic book writer, he’s co-created Bad Luck Inc., L33tspeak, A Twilight’s Promise, Fragile, The Twilight Cleaner, and Magic of Myths I bumped into Corey  (almost literally)…

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Stan Lee – A Lifetime Achievement Award for Creativity…and being a Geek

At the first annual The Geekie Awards this past weekend, Stan Lee accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award, which was presented by fellow geek, Seth Green. Let that sink in a moment – Lifetime Achievement Award. There are a lot of wonderful things people have done throughout their lives in fields…

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ComiXology – Doing Their Part to “Viva la Nerdolution!”

I’ve been a fan of comics for as long as I can remember. Over the course of the years, I’ve added some great finds to my collection including Amazing Spider-Man #299 (1st Venom) Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (1st Rogue) and countless others showcasing epic battles, first appearances, character deaths…

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Marvel Unlimited – “Its Like Netflix for Comics”

I asked my friend once what was the Marvel Unlimited app (which, I’ll say now is pretty rad for either, web, Android or iOS) and his response was “its like Netflix for comics.” Pretty accurate description. The Marvel Unlimited app is a way to manage your digital subscriptions on your…

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SXSW – A Festival for Music, Film, Technology, Gaming and…Comics?

If you’re like me (and reading this validates you are) you’ve been paying attention to all the news coming out of South by Southwest® about movies, music or some of the tech innovations like the Google Shoe. But there’s some interesting tidbits that started coming out of SXSW Gaming, which…

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The NBA All-Stars Take a Break…Sort Of

February has been a pretty active month. We started off with the Super Bowl, went straight to the GRAMMY Awards, this weekend is NBA All-Star Weekend and we’ll cap it off with the Oscars.  I should be tired, but I’m not. This makes for a very exciting time and anyone who knows me knows how…

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Video Games to Watch in 2013

I don’t know about you, but I already barely remember the holidays.  It’s already the middle of January, and I’ve been looking forward for things I’m excited about this year like getting a Smart TV, maybe finally breaking my no tablet rule, and any news about the pending console transition.…

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The Creativity of San Diego Comic Con

Once upon a time, the San Diego Comic Con was actually about comics. While it’s still the staple of the show, if you’ve had the opportunity to attend or follow the news from your favorite entertainment site, you’ll see that things are a little different now. SDCC has become the hub of all…

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