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Peter DeCourcy

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R.I.P. Joe Simon

It’s a shame to lose someone who has given so much to comics and received so little in return. Kyle Baker, of course, sums it up very succinctly.

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Guy Davis’ Swamp Thing

It’s no secret that Guy Davis is one of the best artists working in comics today. He’s well known for his legendary run on BPRD as well as one of the most underrated series of the 90s, Sandman Mystery Theatre.…

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The Fantastic Farel Dalrymple

It’s been a pretty good few years for the Fantastic Four/Future Foundation (no matter what Eddie Campbell says). After being largely neglected by the comics community at large – probably since the Waid/Wieringo era – it seems like the books…

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Auteur Theory

So the DC Comic Solicits were released yesterday to a big underwhelming thud. It’s not that there weren’t any interesting ideas shown; see the wonderful solicit for Wonder Woman. It’s just I’m underwhelmed with a sense of not caring. I…

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Simone on Batgirl #1

While I really have no sentimental attachment to Barbara Gordon as Oracle, I've always felt that she was a powerful figure that represented the spirit of Gotham City the best. When faced with the worst that the city had to offer she rose above and became better than ever before.
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I’ll be a Teenage Satan Worshipper

The most anticipated webcomic of the year looks to be one with quite the artistic pedigree behind it: Teenage Satan, a digital comic created by the wife of Darwyn Cooke; Marsha and his niece Candis along with artist Stephanie Buscema (granddaughter…

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TCAF Is Right Around The Corner

Toronto Comic Arts Festival: Pencil it In from Toronto Comic Arts Festival on Vimeo. The Toronto Comic Arts Festival, or TCAF, is coming up May 7-8, and to promote it some friends of the organizers have created this nifty video…

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