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INTERVIEW: Comics Catch Up With Indie Creator Benjamin Marra

Benjamin Marra is one of the most interesting artists working today. And although mainly self-published, Marra has done comics for both Vice (various strips)...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: DETECTIVES INC. #1 (Eclipse Comics April 1985)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....

Reading Comics Can Give You Comfort; Here Are Just A Few Choices

A lot of us are in need of a little comfort and escape right now, which is hard for some with social isolation. But...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SLASH MARAUD #1 (November 1987)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....

The Place To Bet – Vera And John Casino

Many online gambling sites have been emerging recently to cater to the vast market of players who want to gamble.  This is a natural turn...

5 Brilliant Reasons for Auto Care

The Introduction It isn't possible to function effectively in your everyday life without transport. And, if you seek to cut down on your daily transport...

We Salute You, Memorable Comic Book Characters

The evolution of various characters associated with entertainment, be it in the movies or in our comic books, has been quite remarkable over recent...

HOW YOU CAN COMPARE GREEN ENERGY EFFECTIVELY

One of the ever-rising energy options widely used by various households in the UK is green energy. Regardless of this increasing number, there are...

Review: JOIN THE FUTURE #1 Invites You Into One Thought-Provoking World

AfterShock Comics' latest sci-fi title, Join The Future by Zack Kaplan, Piotr Kowalski, Brad Simpson and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, is another great book by this...

Win Passes To ONWARD – Tampa

Enter for a chance to win a pass for two to the advance screening of Disney and Pixar’s ONWARD - In Theaters March 6! Monkeys...

Grand Admiral Thrawn: Before and After Disney Takeover

Grand Admiral Thrawn, a most cunning and intimidating force in Star Wars' Galactic Empire. A fan favorite from what is now the Legends canon...

Review: Marvel’s STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #1 Is a Bloody Trip Down Memory Lane

Marvel's 2020 restart of their Star Wars comic line brings to bear a new story from the perspective of everyone's favorite Sith Lord. Writer...

WHY YOU NEED A GOOD DRAINAGE SYSTEM IN YOUR HOME

Homes are ideal places to build your dreams, raise a family, retire to after a long tasking day at work, and fulfill other demands....

THE FIVE TYPES OF SAMURAI SWORDS

An ancient elite class of men, the chosen few, only the best of the best had the honor to be called a Samurai in...

On Reading the 1st Year of Li’l Abner: Li’l Abner’s Villains

Whether Capp's pastiche is accurate or not is open to interpretation, but none can deny its charm or Capp's obvious devotion to his subject.

Review: QUARTER KILLER #4 Raises Its Narrative Volume, Rythms, And Beats

ComiXology Original Quarter Killer by Vita Alaya, Danny Lore, Jamie Jones, and Ryan Ferrier reaches its penultimate chapter with a fourth issue that ratches...

On Reading the 1st Year of Li’l Abner: Mammy and Pappy Yokum

In addition to being Abner's moral compass, Mammy is a force unto herself. In just one year publication, Mammy settles a fraud dispute, exposes graft in a local beauty contest — which she ends up winning herself — settles a multi-million-dollar adoption dispute, rescues her husband from being tortured, and cooks about a billion po'k chops.

On Reading the 1st Year of Al Capp’s Li’l Abner: Meet the Yokums

Li'l Abner may be gigantic, but he doesn't get violent often. His mammy taught him to use his head first and his fists as a last resort. Rest assured that if Abner has to "smack yo' 'round a bit," then yo' deserve it.

Meet the Yokums: Al Capp – On Reading the First Year of Li’l Abner

Although in the early years Capp used Li'l Abner as a means to lampoon stuffed-shirt conservatives, whether from the north or the south, as the character and Capp aged Li'l Abner developed a decidedly more conservative tone.

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SPAWN #10 (May 1993)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....