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Micronauts #1 - 1st appearance (key)

Micronauts #1 Micronauts v1 #1, 1979 - The return of space explorer Acturus Rann (Space Glider) coincides with a revolt against the elite rulers of Homeworld. Princess Mari (Marionette) escapes is subsequently joined by other freedom fighters. Among them: Rann, Acroyear and Bug. Based on the Mego toy line, this comes on the heels of Star Wars. Micronauts even uses similar elements: two droids [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Mego, Micronauts, Mari Marionette, Rann Acroyear

That darn Michael de Adder

A deeply distasteful depiction [Michael de Adder letter] Harold T. DeWeese III, Germantown Washington Post June 19 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Michael de Adder, Harold T DeWeese, Germantown Washington Post

Super-Powered Panel — Miles Morales: Shock Waves online

Super-Powered Panel — Miles Morales: Shock Waves Angélique Roché, Justin A. Reynolds, Jason Reynolds, and Nic Stone Politics and Prose Jun 18, 2021 Join Marvel Creators for an exciting conversation about all things Marvel, representation in superhero stories, and the newest Spider-Man graphic, Miles Morales: Shock Waves. YA authors Jason Reynolds and Nic Stone will also welcome Shock Waves author Justin A. Reynolds to t...
Tags: Comics, Jason Reynolds, Miles Morales, Mike Rhode, Nic Stone, Justin A Reynolds Jason Reynolds, Nic Stone Politics, Justin A Reynolds

The Post on ‘Tuca and Bertie’s return

'Tuca and Bertie' is back, on Adult Swim. Thank goodness for these anxious and flirty birds. [in print as These birds failed to launch on Netflix. Now, they have landed on Adult Swim]. Sonia Rao Washington Post June 17, 2021 : C5 online at [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Bertie, Tuca, Mike Rhode, Sonia Rao Washington Post

X-O Man O War #4 - Barry Windsor Smith cover

Barry Windsor Smith X-O Man O War v1 #4, 1992 - In a cross-over story, the Harbinger kids mount an attack as X-O meets with Toyo Harada. The title character lies in the foreground of this Barry Smith cover, albeit in a vulnerable position. This approach nicely solves the problem of fitting multiple figures within a layout without looking chaotic. Other artists in this modern age superhero [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Barry Smith, Ted Ignacio, Barry Windsor Smith, Toyo Harada

Star Spangled War Stories #146 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Star Spangled War Stories v1 #146 featuring Enemy Ace, 1969 - In the middle of the Enemy Ace-featured run, the series abruptly turns to reprinted material. Joe Kubert provides framing pages for two separate stories, from >Our Fighting Forces #60 and >All-American Men of War #101 respectively. Hurriedly drawn and inked, Kubert does a more effective job on the cover. Enemy Ace and his [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, War, Dc, Unknown, 1960s, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Star Spangled War

Kinkoid’s New Erotic Game Comix Harem Contains Countless Nude Super Heroines

Kinkoid is helping hardcore comics readers fulfill their fantasies as their new free-to-play browser game Comix Harem is rife with female heroes who require sex to refill their superpowers, a job that any amorous male would gladly take up for the sake of humanity. Comix Harem is bursting with intense RPG action as players assume […]
Tags: Comics, Games, Usa, Parody, Illustration, Anime, RPG, Pc Gaming, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Kinkoid, Comix Harem

The City Paper reviews Pixar's Luca, the Post doesn't

Luca, About a Sea Monster on Dry Land, Proves Pixar Has New Legs The rich personal touches in Luca are elevated by Pixar's signature clever humor, sharp storytelling, and watchable scenery. by Noah Gittell Washington City Paper June 17th, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Post, Comics, Pixar, Luca, Washington City, Noah Gittell, Mike Rhode

The World Around Us #35 / Spies - Jack Kirby art

The World Around Us #35 The World Around Us v1 #35 / Spies, 1961 - From ancient times to the modern era, the business of spying is covered in this educational comic. Among the many artists involved, Jack Kirby contributes three very short stories. His drawings are not particularly exciting, suggesting a lack of time or effort. The inking also seems minimal, further hampering the pencils. On [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Jack Kirby, Unknown, 1960s, Kirby, NonFiction, Gilberton

Detective Comics #520 - Don Newton art

Detective Comics #520Detective Comics v1 #520, 1982 - Haunted by the ghost of Hugo Strange, Boss Thorne hires Dr. Thirteen the ghostbreaker. Meanwhile, Batman unexpectedly breaks out Deadshot from prison. Don Newton was often paired with Alfredo Alcala on Batman stories, usually with unsatisfying results. This is the case here as well, as the original pencils lose their patina due to the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Batman, Deadshot, Thorne, Ted Ignacio, Don Newton, Alfredo Alcala

News Post: Constant Contact

Tycho: The dynamics of my relationship with USA Gundam Store are exactly like ordinary relationship dynamics. I literally get pics. I signed up for it, I'm not mad and I can get out whenever I want, but there's a level of increasingly cyberpunk intensity when I'm getting texts, and mails, and these texts and mails are informing the ads I see on literally every website. Gabir Liel - of Gabir Motors fame, proud member of the Dragon Race Team China family of automotive brands - was f...
Tags: Comics, Tycho, Gabir Motors, Gabir Liel, USA Gundam Store

News Post: PAX Stuff

Gabe: As PAX returns to real life venues I want to announce that I am actually retiring from real life venues. That is to say, I’m no longer going to be attending the US shows. It’s possible you might see me with my family at some future PAX but every show every year is just no longer doable for me. Like a lot of people the recent life pause has given me some perspective and I’m changing my routine coming out of this pandemic.  My wife Kara was actually pregnant with my oldest son Gabe during th...
Tags: Comics, US, Kara, Gabe, Pax

Comic: Constant Contact

New Comic: Constant Contact [Author: [email protected] (Tycho)]
Tags: Comics, Tycho

strip for June / 18 / 2021 - Freak out!

Freak out! Jump to a Random Strip in the Archives! | Buy This Original Art | Archives | E-mail Dave
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Alien Visitors 2

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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For #6 - Frank Miller art & cover

Frank Miller Sin City: A Dame to Kill For v1 #6, 1992 - With her husband dead, Ava has big plans with his money. Dwight recovers from his injuries and enters her compound under a false identity. Unfortunately, the muscle-bound head of security is onto him. Frank Miller ends the series with the same stark, black and white drawings he began with. Different line widths and textures are used [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Sin City, Ava, Dwight, Frank Miller, Ted Ignacio

Mental Coaching

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Titans Season 3 Gives Us Batgirl in a Wheelchair

Barbara Gordon. Batgirl. Oracle. No matter what name she’s using, she’s one of the most famous DC Comics characters of all time. While she’s made a few live-action appearances, her latest will come in the form of HBO Max’s Titans and now we have our first look at her.Read more...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, Science, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, Batgirl, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Bob, Warner Bros, Brenton Thwaites, Oracle, Joss Whedon, Robin, Alicia Silverstone, Potter

Heroes in Action

"Command 'em. Collect 'em" Heroes in Action comic book ad, 1950s - Mattel plastic figures/kits sold in pairs: Mortar Squad, Anti-Tank Team and Machine Gun Crew. All feature specific moving parts. Published in Captain Marvel #41.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Ads  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Mattel, Ted Ignacio, Command em Collect em Heroes, Mortar Squad Anti Tank Team

News Post: PA League Race!

Gabe: After a couple weeks off I am back in the driver’s seat tonight for another Penny Arcade League race! We are all heading to Watkins Glen for a multi class race that will once again see me driving the slowest car on the track, the Mazda MX-5. There will also be more Stream Racer shenanigans this evening before and after the show. No need to download anything, just login and type !boost in the chat to give your car the goose juice!  The Pit crew will open a little after 7PT tonight over on t...
Tags: Comics, Mazda, Gabe, Watkins Glen

X-Factor #17 - Walt Simonson art & cover

Walt Simonson X-Factor v1 #17, 1987 - To save San Francisco, the team must locate the young mutant known as Rictor that's causing unnatural earthquakes. Walt Simonson continues his run, bringing a newfound enthusiasm to the series. Despite the oddly composed cover, his story artwork is solidly drawn and composed. Inker Bob Wiacek deserves equal credit for his efforts. This copper age superhero [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, San Francisco, Ted Ignacio, Rictor, Walt Simonson, Bob Wiacek, Inker

Black Terror #22 - Frank Frazetta art

Black Terror #22 Black Terror v1 #22, 1948 - One of the more ominous-looking heroes of the golden age, the Black Terror fought crime in a black costume emblazoned with skull and bones. His feature story is inked by a young Frank Frazetta, providing finishes over otherwise simplistic drawings. Some facial close-ups of characters are heavily overworked while others lack detail. Interestingly, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, 1940s, Superhero, Frank Frazetta, Ted Ignacio, Frazetta, Misc Pub


Mommy milky….
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James Gunn Confirms The Suicide Squad Runtime

James Gunn confirmed that The Suicide Squad was fully finished back in April and now he’s confirmed the official length of the film. RELATED: James Gunn: Starro Isn’t The Suicide Squad’s Only Villain The Suicide Squad runtime is officially 2 hours and 12 minutes long. Gunn broke the news on his Twitter account while responding to a hilarious dream that a fan had. “ I dreamed that The Suicide Squad was split into two movies; we saw the first part, featuring cameos, extremely gory training mo...
Tags: Comic Book, Comics, Movies, DC Extended Universe, James Gunn, Movie News

News Post: Avatar I Guess idk

Tycho: As a spectacle, as a meticulously engineered media experience lensed through the twin magnifications of IMAX and 3D, James Cameron's Avatar is absolutely - I am confident in saying this - a film. It didn't really stick with me. I was at Disney World a couple years back, and they had a whole fuckin' Avatar, like… zone, and I was surprised. Like The Matrix, I think it provided a tool to get at some existential concepts a youth informed William Gibson had already formatted me ...
Tags: Comics, William Gibson, Ubisoft, James Cameron, Tycho, Disney World