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    19 2014 September

    Star-Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie #1-2

    Chances are, we’ve all heard our fair share of apocryphal tales regarding American history. Arguably, the most famous of these stories is that of a young George Washington not only possessing the prepubescent balls to...

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    18 2014 September

    Top Spinners – The New Generation Academy Mutants X

    So over the past few weeks, we’ve established that spin offs happen all the time; sometimes when you least expect them and often when you don’t want them, but they happen. Comics might have been...

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    16 2014 September

    The Weekly Pull List – September 17th, 2014

    It’s another beautiful week for comic books. And we at DTC are pretty darn excited about this week (well, we’re always excited about comics, so…). Check it and let is know… What’s on YOUR Pull...

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    11 2014 September

    Top Spinners 3: Northern X-posure

    Now, if you’ve read part one and part two of this column you may feel like I’m pretty much in favour of spin-offs, but that’s only about half right. I’m very much in favour of...

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    09 2014 September

    The Weekly Pull List – September 19th, 2014

    It’s new-comic-book-day-eve, and I’m getting real excited for comics this week. I haven’t said hi to you all lately, so this is me saying “Hello! How are comics?” What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    08 2014 September

    Stray Bullets: Killers #1-6

    When artist and writer David Lapham revived his celebrated indie series Stray Bullets with Image Comics earlier this year, he finally completed the original series (issue #41 arrived 9 years after #40) and introduced a new...

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    05 2014 September

    Carpe DIEm Vol 1: I Hate Mondays

    I love silly comic books. My frequent frustrations with the series I read from the big two is what drove me to read series like this. Gotta have fun and purge your mind of hate...

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C2E2: Through the Eyes of a Newbie

May 3, 2013 | 1 Comments

C2E2. Comic book conventions. The “con”. These words conjure images in our minds. Whether an avid comic book fan or otherwise, comic conventions invoke images of everything from artists, comics, vendors, and cosplayers. From ComicCon to DragonCon and E3 to PAX, I’ve always regarded them from the perspective of an observer. Strange, perhaps, since both...

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Friday The 5:15 AM wake up call to make it to the gang’s 6:00 AM departure spot should have been the first indication that C2E2 2013 would be met with a constant tiredness. As we made our way to Chicago, I already started comparing this year’s con, which hadn’t even begun, to last year’s. This...

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MARVEL: Breaking In panel

May 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

From the moment that I picked up my first comic book, I added “writing comics professionally” to my top of my list of pipe dreams; right between “owning a sword made of meteorite” and “leaning how to fly a spaceship”. That being said, when I saw that Marvel was having (hosting?) a panel on how to...

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So, I’m sure most of you that come to our wonderful site read comics. If you don’t, that’s okay. But maybe there are a few of you out there that want to someday write comics, but you don’t know how or where to even start. Well, luckily for you, I went to a panel at...

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Gotta Go Fast!: Speed Dating at C2E2

May 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

When the name C2E2 is mentioned, what might come to a lot of folks minds is cosplay, comics, writers, illustrators, and all the nerd swag that the McCormick Convention Center can hold, but there’s another side to this wonderful con that many might not know about; dating. That’s right! Con attendees of all fandoms, shapes,...

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Ten Grand #1

April 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

There are names in comic books that, I feel, everyone knows: Alan Moore, Warren Ellis, Todd McFarlane, Neil Gaiman, Jim Lee, Robert Kirkman, Grant Morrison, Jack Kirby, Frank Millar, John Romita Jr., Brian K. Vaughn, and even Brian Michael Bendis. They’re names that have created some of the most gripping, groundbreaking, and gorgeous comics we comic book readers have...

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Wonder Woman #18 and #19

April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

With these two issues it’s now official: Wonder Woman is my favorite New 52 series. Brian Azzarello’s Amazonian epic had won my affection since the first issue, but it was issue #18 that won my heart, and #19 that had solidified my devotion to the last Amazon’s ongoing myth....

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Human Bomb #1

April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

I picked up Human Bomb almost solely because the cover art and the comic’s name promised me explosions if I read this comic. A quick flip through the comic proved my suspicions were correct. There were explosions. And that’s really all it took for me to buy the first issue of this series. Written by Justin Gray...

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Dave Days: Boy You’ll Forget

April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

YouTube comedian/musician Dave Days has had a pretty amazing career, going from small parody videos of Miley Cyrus to having several EP’s, albums, and collaborations with various artists on YouTube and in the music industry. His latest work is his new album Boy You’ll Forget, which is a compilation of old demo’s from earlier works, acoustic...

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Foreign Talks – “Foreign Talks”

April 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Foreign Talks” is the debut self-titled album due out on April 16th from Oregon based Expunged Records.  Favorably compared to label mates Blind Pilot as well as Bombay Bicycle Club and Local Natives this is an album to keep your eyes on.  Proving age is no barrier, the average age of a band member is...

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