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Digital ComicsTop Cow

Top Cow has announced The Darkness/Pitt #1 is now available for free as a digital download off the Comics by comiXology iPhone application. “We’re thrilled to be a part of Top Cow’s strategy to get more exposure for The Darkness/Pitt. The long-awaited return of Pitt deserves great exposure to a wide audience, and our patent-pending Guided View really shines with the material,” explained comiXology President David Steinberger, “Many thousands of people now have the opportunity to read the first issue and use Comics by comiXology’s unique in-app connection to retailers to pre-order the next issue.” If the iPhone/iPod Touch app

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Dynamite EntertainmentReview

When it comes to classic heroes like The Lone Ranger, do readers really need to read the first seventeen issue in order to understand what is going on?  The Lone Ranger has a sidekick named Tonto, rides a horse named Silver, rights wrongs and fights evil doers, and hangs out with a woman and her boy.  Wait, what?

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comic conventionDynamite EntertainmentWizard World

Wizard World Philly is going on this weekend, and here’s a rundown of the announcements Dynamite Entertainment made at the show today.

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Image Comics

Press Release Barely forty eight hours after release SAVAGE DRAGON #149, featuring the major debut of the deadly Dart, faces a complete distribution-level sellout just as creator Erik Larsen announces his subsequent issue’s milestone expanding from sixty four  to one hundred pages with no increase in price.

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Marvel

Yesterday, Paul Cornell confirmed what had been rumored for some time – Captain Britain and MI: 13 were getting the axe by Marvel. Lastly, and this is really important, while we didn’t know this would be the last arc until comparatively recently, I had it in mind that it was possible it would be from the time I started plotting it. Indeed, the end of this arc marks the end of what I had planned for the book when I started. One of the images right at the finish is what I always felt I was heading towards, and I’m

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Dynamite EntertainmentReview

An American Chosen One in London Ash is off to the Land of Fish and Chips in hopes of finding a fellow Chosen One, but ends up finding something else altogether.  While the Evil Dead made it look like Ashley stumbled upon the Necronomicon, the connection between Chosen One and Book of Evil goes back much further than that, to a time when a band of heroes fought side by side to bring down the forces of evil.  Sounds exciting doesn’t it?

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Image Comics

If you missed the done in one crossover epic from Image Comics, Invincible #60 makes a return to stores next week, according to the company. “Telling an entire inter-company crossover in a single issue is something I’ve had my eye on for awhile,” Kirkman said. “It wasn’t easy to do, but the results are totally kick ass! I got the chance to play with Image’s full line of superheroes, including a few you haven’t seen in awhile, like PITT! It was a lot of fun for me to put INVINCIBLE and company through the ringer in a fight that completely

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Digital ComicsMarvel

To build anticipation of the release of the next issue of Marvel’s War of Kings, the company is giving you the chance to read the issue for free on the Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited website. After the Skrulls threatened his kingdom during Secret Invasion, Black Bolt’s quest to ensure Inhuman dominance in the galaxy begins! The acclaimed team of writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning, along with fan favorite artist Paul Pelletier, place the Inhumans on a crash course with the Shi’ Ar Empire and their deadly leader—Vulcan! With appearances from The Imperial Guard, Starjammers, the Guardians of the Galaxy

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artDC

I’ve been away from the DeviantArt scene for a while, so I’ve been failing ot check in with what Detective Comics artist Dustin Nguyen was up to.  Here are two spectacular pieces he’s completed recently; one for an upcoming Detective Comics cover, and another simply titled Red Carpet. Yeah, you’ll want to take the jump and click on the full sized image.

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DCReview

Out with the old, in with the new Last issue ended with the reveal that two of Robin’s former foes were actually one playing both roles, and with Gotham City about to fall into chaos, what is a young side-kick to do?  The answer, Dear Reader, is for him to grow a pair and step from behind the cape to become a hero in his own right.

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Image ComicsReview

Now this is more like it I don’t know what happened in the second part of that two-part crossover issue that began in Invincible #57, and frankly, I don’t care.   What I do care about is the intricate universe Robert Kirkman has created in Invincible and the myriad of characters in it.  The latest issue returns readers to the good ol’ days of a young superhero and all the people in it.

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Marvel

Marvel has announced Hulk #9 continues the series sell out record.  According to the company, the series continues to be a hit among fans as readers try to figure out who is the Red Hulk. “This has been the greatest ride ever,” said series writer Jeph Loeb in a prepared statement. “Having Arthur Adams and Frank Cho join us for those three issues (and for some surprises to come!) was not only a great pleasure, but it kept the HULK right on top!  Be sure to come back next issue when Ed ‘Ed’ McGuinness returns!” While Marvel hasn’t said this

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Marvel

More hype for the next issue of Ultiimatum, which promises no one is safe in the series that will change the Ultimate Universe Forever! via Marvel

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DCReview

The issue features neither Batman nor the Outsiders A strange thing happens when a single character dips his finger into multiple titles.  Take Batman, for example.  He appears, or appeared if you want to be more specific, in Batman, Detective Comics, JLA, Batman and the Outsiders, Batgirl, Nightwing, Robin, Trinity, Final Crisis, Superman/Batman, and various other appearances and guest spots in the rest of the DC universe.  When some brainiac decides it would be a great idea to kill Batman (figuratively or literally, we don’t know yet) it causes nothing but problems in the rest of the titles.  Batman and

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