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Valiant Entertainment Names Danny Khazem as Editor

First Comics News - Tue, 11/14/2017 - 04:27

Danny Khazem

Valiant Entertainment is proud to announce that Associate Editor Danny Khazem has been promoted to the position of Editor.

Since joining Valiant as Operations Coordinator in 2014, Khazem has steadily risen through the ranks as Assistant Editor and Associate Editor and contributed an array of acclaimed titles, including 4001 A.D. by writer Matt Kindt and artist Clayton Crain; DIVINITY II and DIVINITY III: STALINVERSE by writer Matt Kindt and artist Trevor Hairsine; WRATH OF THE ETERNAL WARRIOR by writer Robert Venditti and artists Raul Allen and Patricia Martin; and Eisner Award-nominated runs on both BLOODSHOT REBORN by writer Jeff Lemire and artists Mico Suayan, Butch Guice, and Lewis LaRosa; and FAITH by writer Jody Houser and artists Francis Portela, Pere Perez, Meghan Hetrick, and  Joe Eisma.

Khazem’s first title in his new role as Editor will be QUANTUM AND WOODY!, debuting on December 20th from writer Daniel Kibblesmith and artist Kano.

“Since his first day at Valiant, Danny has quickly made himself an indispensable part of Valiant’s editorial engine,” said Valiant Editor-in-Chief Warren Simons. “Valiant prides itself on honing extraordinary young talents, and Danny is a hard-working, fast-rising example the best that our exemplary team has to offer. In his new role, we look forward to him to enriching the Valiant Universe for years to come.”

Khazem is just the latest addition to Valiant’s growing editorial stable, which, in addition to Simons, also includes Associate Editor Charlotte Greenbaum, and Assistant Editors Benjamin Peterson and David Menchel. He holds a B.A. from Stockton University.

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First Comics News - Tue, 11/14/2017 - 04:25

STREET FIGHTER: THE NOVEL arrives in stores December 2017

TORONTO, ONTARIO – November. 13, 2017 – The World Warriors take center stage in the first ever Street Fighter novel! This December, UDON releases STREET FIGHTER™: THE NOVEL, a 256-page hardcover book that combines detailed martial arts action with stellar manga artwork.

Written by Takashi Yano (Naruto Novels, Assassin’s Creed: Awakening), the story features Ryu VS Akuma, Chun-li VS Elena, Guile VS E.Honda, Sagat VS M.Bison, and many more classic fighters colliding in their most epic encounters yet. It’s all described in Shoryuken-smashing, Sonic Boom-throwing, Psycho Power-pulsing detail.

The action is only enhanced by dozens of bonus manga pages and illustrations in every chapter, expertly rendered by manga legend, Yusuke Murata (One-Punch Man, Eyeshield 21).

STREET FIGHTER™: THE NOVEL arrives in stores everywhere December 2017.

DETAILS: 256 pg, 5.75 x 8.25”, B&W, Hardcover
MSRP: $19.99 USD
RELEASE DATE: December 2017
ISBN: 978-1772940442

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First Comics News - Tue, 11/14/2017 - 04:09


NEW ONGOING SERIES! “Back in the Saddle” – The mightiest team of superheroes are back! A throw-down with a prehistoric terror in the heart of Washington D.C. sets the stage for the dramatic return of a wayward hero! Meanwhile, half a world away, a sinister plan begins to awaken an ancient evil!

Script: Ian Flynn
Art: Kelsey Shannon, Matt Herms, Jack Morelli
Cover: Kelsey Shannon
Variant Cover: Matthew Dow Smith
On Sale Date: 12/6
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.


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First Comics News - Tue, 11/14/2017 - 04:06

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ARCHIE #26 preview

First Comics News - Tue, 11/14/2017 - 04:05

HEART OF RIVERDALE, Part 4! Everyone has had a different reaction to Betty’s injury, but Archie’s is unique. He’s finding himself falling in love with her all over again—but where does that leave Veronica?
Script: Mark Waid
Art: Audrey Mok, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jack Morelli
Cover: Audrey Mok
Variant Covers: Sandy Jarrell, Thomas Pitilli
On Sale Date: 12/6
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

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X-MEN RED: Jean Grey’s Team Revealed!

First Comics News - Tue, 11/14/2017 - 04:03

A mind-blowing team battling the world’s most dangerous mutants!


New York, NY—November 13, 2018—Last week, Marvel announced the continuation of Jean Grey’s story with X-MEN RED, a brand new series written by Tom Taylor (All-New Wolverine) with art by Mahmud Asrar (All-New, All-Different Avengers Generations: The Unworthy Thor & The Mighty Thor). Today, Marvel is excited to reveal the heroes who will accompany the omega-level telepath as she battles against one of mutantkind and mankind’s most dangerous villains! This uniquely qualified strike force includes Namor, Nightcrawler, All-New Wolverine, her sister Gabby, Gentle (a mutant from Wakanda), and the mysterious new character Trinary, whose secrets will be revealed throughout the pages of X-MEN RED!

“We’ve also got one more fan-favorite hero joining the team in this first arc,” says X-MEN group editor Mark Paniccia. “As the threat level escalates, Jean needs to build a highly specialized team…not just those she trusts, but allies who can survive the oncoming storm.”


When one of the most dangerous X-Men villains returns to wreak havoc, Jean’s dreams of peace are threatened…and order starts to turn to chaos. It’s mutant against mutant this February in an all-new adventure that will have X-fans on the edge of their seats, as Jean Grey’s team takes on the Marvel Universe – only in X-MEN RED!



Written by TOM TAYLOR



On-Sale 2/7/17

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Weird Revisited: Beneath Rock Candy Mountain

Sorcerer's Skull - Mon, 11/13/2017 - 12:00
This post originally appeared in November of 2010. It's genesis was a comment by Garrisonjim over at Hereticwerks. Jim is back blogging again, so it seemed appropriate:

It’s imparted by the sagacious urban druids that contemplate on street corners and rumored by stoned hobogoblins that pass canned heat ‘round campfires that there is an earthly paradise hidden in the great mountains of the West. The wondrous land’s fame has even spread to the world we know, where balladeers longingly recount the virtues of the Rock Candy Mountain or the Hobo’s Paradise.

The hidden mountain valley (so the tales claim) sits in the benevolent shadow of a mountain of candy (or at least with the appearance of such) and boasts trees which grow cigarettes, whiskey running in streams, and ponds of hearty stew. The inhabitants of the valley comport themselves like those in small towns elsewhere, but they are unfailingly friendly, even deferential, to the lowliest of visitors—perhaps especially the lowliest. No crimes against property are prosecuted; in fact, everything is given freely.

Adventurers, notorious hard cases (or thinking of themselves as such), scoff at those yarns. Calloused to eldritch horrors and exotic treasures alike, they’re disinclined to get misty over vagrants’ fairy tales of a hobotopia. Still, a few have caught the fever and gone looking over the years. As far as is known, none have returned.

Even in the tales, the way to the Hobo’s Paradise isn’t easy. Though the trail’s exact location is unknown, it’s believed to run treacherously through the cold heights of the Stoney Mountains. Mine slavers and road agents haunt the lower parts of the trail, while apemen guard the more remote passes.

These may not be the only dangers. Certain heterodox urban druids believe that this Paradise may not be what it appears from a distance. The air that should be fresh and sweet is instead choked with the stench of an abattoir. The whiskey streams are spiked with methanol and cause blindness, delirium, and death. And the smiling, wooden-legged constables and comic railyard bulls, aren’t benevolent—and aren’t even human behind their skin masks.

Could be that more than teeth rot in the shadow of the Rock Candy Mountain.

CCL #463 – ‘Nuff Said #3

First Comics News - Mon, 11/13/2017 - 09:45

Welcome to the Nuff Said podcast – a joint venture between myself, artist Andy Tom (@AndyCCL) and, Brion Salazar of the Big Geek Show (@biggeekshow). This roundtable will be a discussion of some of the hottest and sometimes most controversial news items in the world of comics an pop culture.

On this episode, Andy, Brion and I discuss Netflix Announcing it’s First Comic Book Adaptation, Brian Michael Bendis and DC Comics, If Watchmen is a Masterpiece, Why Would You Buy Spin-offs?, DC Comics Suspends Superman Group Editor Amidst Allegations of Sexual Harassment, and Thor: Ragnorock.

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The Hey Kids Comics Radio Show – Episode 78

First Comics News - Mon, 11/13/2017 - 04:12
The Hey Kids Comics Radio Show – Episode 78

Brian Michael Frackin’ Bendis … at DC Comics. Wow. What does this mean, how did it happen, what are we in for? Chris, Sam and Marty discuss. Well, Chris tries to hide his disgust. Then we have Chloe Sullivan in Smallville doing her best Ilsa She Wolf of the SS cosplay.  And finally, where can you pick up the new X-Men Red comic? Why at Grey Guardian Games, that’s where. Peterborough has a legitimate comic shop thanks to young Sam at GGG.

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RICH REVIEWS: The Shadow/Batman # 1

First Comics News - Mon, 11/13/2017 - 03:50

Title: The Shadow/Batman # 1
Publisher: Dynamite/DC
Writer: Steve Orlando
Artist: Giovanni Timpano
Colorist: Flavio Dispenza
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Cover by: David Finch
Variant Covers by: Ethan Van Sciver, Alex Ross, Dustin Nguyen, Brandon Peterson, Bill Sienkiewicz, Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
Batman Created by: Bob Kane with Bill Finger
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Websites: ,
Comments: Batman is shown as a big muscled guy going into action against Pyg. Robin is with him and the two do see plenty of action against Pyg and his Dollotron’s.
Batman does look imposing when he enters but the Shadow is frightening. The Shadow pays the Pyg a visit and it is the Shadow who doesn’t know.
Batman in his Batcave is a brooding sight. He is drawn dark and melodramatic.
Batman and his son Robin have a strained relationship. Batman wants to be overly protective and Robin wants to be free to do as he pleases and take whatever risks he wants to.
This is a good opening issue to introduce the characters and set up for the Shadow and Batman to team-up against the Silent Seven.

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RICH REVIEWS: Survivor Series 2017 Special # 1

First Comics News - Mon, 11/13/2017 - 03:48

Title: Survivor Series 2017 Special # 1
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Written by: Dennis Hopeless, Box BrownDerek Fridolfs, Kevin Panetta, Lan Pitts, Aaron Gillespie
Illustrated by: Lucas Werneck, Rodrigo Lorenzo, Derek Fridolfs, Kendall Goode, Kelly Williams, Tim Lattie
Colored by: Jeremy Lawson, Doug Garbark, Fred Stresing, Dee Cunniffe
Lettered by: Jim Campbell
Cover by: Rahzzah
Variant Covers by: Jim Rugg, Juan Doe
Price: $ 7.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: “The Montreal Screwjob” We have all heard about this match and here we look at it from Shawn Michael’s point of view. The art up close looks great you can definitely tell who is who. Farther away it gets vague, on one drawing Shawn does not have a nose.
Shawn and Brett do go all out in this match. Now yes Brett was screwed by Mr. McMahon but so was Shawn at least in this story.
“Debut” Kurt Angle makes his WWE first appearance as he tells it. In his mind, it was different than it actually was. He remembers it as a happy memory as he should. The art is perfect illustrating him and the ring action.
“Down the Hatch” This is a weird story that makes no sense. It is nice to see the Undertaker though but he could have been drawn with more detail.
“1 Minute, 26 Seconds” Goldberg vs Lesnar and the match is a silent fast one as these two giants of the ring crash together. The art illustrates than in a hard-hitting match.
“The Root of all Evil” The Million Dollar Man makes a deal with the Undertaker. It is a strange team-up. More detailed art would have made this better.
“The Shield: Called Up” The story of the Shield and their first appearance in the WWE and it does have a twist to it.

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First Comics News - Mon, 11/13/2017 - 03:10

WWE and Hulk Hogan have entered talks for his return to the company for the 25th Anniversary episode of Monday Night Raw to air on Jan. 22, 2018.

WWE will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the longest-running weekly episodic television program in history. A special edition of WWE’s flagship program, Monday Night Raw, will air live from both Barclays Center and the Manhattan Center in New York and features a number of superstars who have not been on WWE TV for quite a while.

WWE announced that The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, and Kevin Nash — among others — will make special appearances at the Manhattan Center, the site of the first episode of Raw, that Monday. WWE superstars from both the Raw and SmackDown Live brands will be in attendance at Barclays Center for what should be a star-studded edition of the show.

“We look forward to celebrating this unmatched milestone with our fans around the world, but 25 years only marks the beginning of WWE surprising, delighting and entertaining generations to come,” said WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon said in a statement.

WWE held a “Hulk Hogan Appreciation Night” at Madison Square Garden. on February 27, 2015. Hulk Hogan’s last appearance at a WWE event was at WrestleMania 31 on March 29, 2015. This was due to the Hulk Hogan Sex Tape/Racial Slur incident, which resulted in Hogan’s Termination from the company.

The termination coincided with the publication by the National Enquirer and Radar Online of an anti-black rant made by Hogan on his controversial leaked sex tape in which he is heard expressing disgust with the notion of his daughter with any black man, referenced by repeated use of the racial slur “nigger”. Hogan also admitted to being “a racist, to a point”.

Once the recordings went public, it erupted in a media scandal, Hogan apologized for the remarks, which he said is “language that is offensive and inconsistent with [his] own beliefs”. Three black wrestlers who worked in the WWF and WCW with Hogan made supportive comments. Virgil commented, “Hogan has never given me a reason to believe he is a racist” while Dennis Rodman said he “most certainly is not a racist” and Kamala added “I do not think Hogan meant harm by saying that. Hogan is my brother until he decides not to be”. Black wrestlers working in the WWE made different comments. Mark Henry said he was pleased by WWE’s “no tolerance approach to racism” response, and that he was hurt and offended by Hogan’s manner and tone. Booker T said he was shocked and called the statements unfortunate.

In response to the controversy, Mattel stopped producing Hogan action figures, while Hogan’s merchandise was taken down from online stores of Target, Toys “R” Us, and Walmart. On July 28, Radar Online reported that Hogan had also used homophobic slurs on the leaked sex tape. Days later, it was reported that Hogan had used racist language in a 2008 call to his then-imprisoned son, Nick, and also said that he hoped they would not be reincarnated as black males.

On July 24, 2015, WWE terminated their contract with Hogan, stating that they are “committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds”. WWE removed virtually all references to Hogan from their website, including his listing as a judge for Tough Enough, his merchandise from WWE Shop, and his entry from its WWE Hall of Fame page. His DLC appearance from WWE 2K15 was taken down for sale, and his character was cut from the upcoming WWE 2K16 game during development.

Two and a half years later, the WWE and Hogan are hoping that the WWE Universe is willing to forgive and forget on a night of nostalgia and embrace the man who made the WWE a household name.

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WAYNE’S WORLDS: I Just Don’t Get It Sometimes

First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 21:14

Some very popular trends just pass me by at times. I see others diving headlong into what’s all the rage, but I look at the same things and wonder why.

I don’t think I’m the only one, but I realize I’m in the minority here. I thought this week I’d talk about what I see as incredibly big trends that others really love, but I just don’t get! Please understand that I’m not saying these things are BAD – I’m saying I don’t understand why others are attracted to them.


I mean, I understand the notion that we see women in a period piece strutting their heroic stuff, but the costumes and the takes on the characters haven’t resonated with me at all.

So what are the Bombshells? Here’s how I’ve seen this series described: “DC Bombshells is a reality where female superheroes guard the homefront during World War II. It was originally created as a series of statuettes inspired by 1940s pinup art and dieselpunk. It later sparked two runs of themed variant covers, first in August 2014 and then again in October 2015, this time to coincide with the launch of their own series, DC Comics Bombshells (Volume 1).”

And I usually love it when the ladies are the main characters in a comic! I applaud creators who have female leads, such as in Image’s Shutter. It’s important to have a variety of personalities in women, but this group feels like their much less than their main DCU counterparts.

Sex appeal is an important part of the Bombshells’ lure, I think, but I’d hate to think that this is more important than the characters’ abilities and possibilities.

Again, it’s not that I think the Bombshells are bad. I just don’t understand what makes them such a big deal.


The new Beany Babies, Pops are everywhere! Some stores seem like half of what they have for sale are Pops. And just about every character ever imagined in comics, TV or movies has a Pop. Big heads, little bodies – Pops are the right size to put on shelves in your office or on the walls of your bedroom.

I should say that I never got into Beany Babies either. But since I have friends who are into Pops, I’ve been to more Walgreens than I can count seeking their exclusive Pops.

They’re cute and all. But at around $5 or more a figure, that can add up pretty quickly. I understand this part since I really got into statues and maquettes about 10 years ago. And I bought two of them as well – one to open, and one to keep. It’s a good thing for my wallet that I don’t buy Pops because there are literally thousands of them!

Now, if someone gave me a Hawkman, I’d take it! I have a Hawkman figure collection that’s growing each week, so this rare Pop, even out of the box, would be something I’d gladly accept!

What worries me is the way Beany Babies just completely and suddenly vanished. I used to go to a comics shop that had a ton of Beany Babies. Then one week I went there and found Anime discs had replaced them. “What happened?” I asked. The owner said that the market for Beany Babies had suddenly collapsed, so he unloaded them as quickly as he could.

Will the Pop phenomenon follow suit? Will the demand just “pop” at some point, leaving stores full of product they can’t move? Could be, but we’ll see! I worry that some shops will vanish should this trend implode. Hope not! If you like Pops, then by all means, get as many as you can at your local comics shop to keep them going!


I once worked for a boss who was hugely into Legos, and she would spend weekends at Lego conventions building everything from musical instruments to war machines out of them. Now the convention part, that I understand!

I mean, they’re box-shaped figures that you often have to assemble. I just don’t have time for that. And I’m also horrible with models, especially putting on decals. They’d never be right, and I’d have to keep pulling them off to try and get them straight … until they’d fall apart of not come off any longer. I’d likely be just as poor trying to build Legos.

The Legos animated adventures have touched many franchises, from Batman to Star Wars to Marvel. They’re mostly aimed at kids, which is great, but sometimes my silly meter hits the red zone pretty quickly. As one of my former co-workers used to say, it wasn’t meant for you! And that’s cool.

Compared to Pops, Legos have had a long, long life. I don’t see many comics stores selling Legos these days, but they can be found in Walmarts and other larger stores. That’s a sign they’ll likely be around for quite some time!

There are other comics-related trends I don’t get, like Deadpool. I read his comics for a while, but even the clever “hankerin’ for a spankerin’” kind of dialogue couldn’t hold me very long. Yes, his R-rated movie is a big success, but how he responds to unicorns is a turn OFF to me. I’m sure he has plenty of fans to keep his comics and other media going, so I’m not concerned.

Again, let me point out that I’m not saying any of the above are BAD. I just haven’t gotten into them. If you have, great! I’m more than happy for you. I’m just not at those parties, sadly! Maybe you can enlighten me as to why you like these by posting below?

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DC Comics Suspends Eddie Berganza

First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 15:31

DC Comics has issued the following statement regarding Group Editor Eddie Berganza:

DC Entertainment has immediately suspended Mr. Berganza and has removed him from performing his duties as Group Editor at DC Comics. There will be a prompt and yet careful review into next steps as it relates to the allegations against him, and the concerns our talent, employees and fans have shared. DC continues to be extremely committed to creating a safe and secure working environment for our employees and everyone involved in the creation of our comic books.

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First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 15:28

“Lucha Underground has been a remarkable series for El Rey Network. We have aired 105 episodes since its debut in 2014, hosted a live event at the SXSW film festival as well as in markets across the Southwest, and the series was the first TV show to screen theatrically using 4dx technology. Further, filming each episode in front of a live audience has given devoted fans the opportunity to engage and closely connect with the show,”, commented Tibbets. “I am as excited as ‘The Believers’ – Lucha Underground’s rabid fanbase – that the series is coming back for another action-packed season.”

“This series has captivated an audience that is passionate about wrestling and we are excited to continue bringing Lucha Underground into their homes each week.” said Mark Burnett, MGM’s President Television Group & Digital. “The action in the ring and the storylines around our luchadores remain unique and continue to surprise fans every episode.”

Ancient tradition, extraordinary athleticism, and a flair for theatrics combine in El Rey Network’s wrestling series, Lucha Underground. The riveting original series introduces American audiences to the high-flying aerial maneuvers, slingshot moves, dramatic masks, intricate, rapid-fire wrestling combinations and the distinctive techniques of lucha libre, one of Mexico’s most popular sports. Fans have a ringside seat as masked villains and heroes face off to battle for wrestling supremacy. The series provides enthusiastic viewers with an incredibly visceral and explosive experience with a focus on the artistry, originality, intense action and over-the-top characters that have come to define this phenomenal fan-favorite.

Lucha Underground is produced by MGM Television in association with FactoryMade and AG Studios for El Rey Network. Executive producers are Burnett (Survivor, Shark Tank, The Voice); filmmaker and El Rey Network co-founder Robert Rodriguez; Eric Van Wagenen (who is also the showrunner) and Brian Edwards of MGM; Dorian Roldán from Lucha Libre AAA; Alejandro Garcia and Antonio Cué Sánchez-Navarro; FactoryMade and El Rey Network co-founders John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa; and Skip Chaisson of El Rey Network. The series airs on El Rey Network and is distributed internationally by MGM.

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RICH REVIEWS: The Huntsman # 2

First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 15:07

Title: The Huntsman # 2
Publisher: Heroic Publishing
Story: Steve Perrin, Dennis Mallonee
Pencils: Pete McDonnell, Ciro J. Napolitano, Rick Hoberg
Inks: Jeff Albrecht, Craig Stormon, Aaron McClellan
Letters: Jean Simek, Jean Simek, Carrie Spiegle
Colors: Janice Cohen, Dick O’Malley
Price: $ 9.50 US, $ 11.50 Can
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Donald Hunter is the Huntsman. He faces a demonic Succubus. These two get into a rough and tumble fight. It’s fists vs claws.
To take on the demons at large Hunter calls on Icestar and Rose to help. The demons are not illustrated at all scary.
The super-heroes in the Heroic Universe are all portrayed more realistically than others. Which makes them easier to identify with.
“The Case of the Living Dead Man!” This is an adventure of the Huntsman and Psyche together.
The art is plain. The peoples faces any amateur artist could draw them as well.
An old man’s living Will is to be read. There is a lot of drama in this family. No super-heroics here just tons of infighting among this families members.
“Eternity Smith” Eternity Smith and friends including Skylark journey to a remote base where a cube was discovered. This story does not have much in the way of letting you know what is going on. It could be the opening for a horror movie, again though it should give you a hunt.

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Underground Comics is Slowly Being Unearthed

Sorcerer's Skull - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 15:00
Though we don't expect to release it until first quarter of 2018, the various creators involved in Underground Comics #1 are fired up and hard at work. Here's a bit of a "Sunday Comics Section" teaser of the work in progress:

A panel from Jason Sholtis's Operation Unfathomable story:

Part of an almost completed first page from James V. West's "Zarp: Croak of the Frost Toad":

And Jeff Call's Dungeon Dog gets some ink:

More to come!

SUNDAY SUPER CINEMA: Avengers v Justice League: ALLIANCE

First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 09:02

Avengers v Justice League: ALLIANCE – Epic Fan Film Supercut! It’s finally time! Witness as the Avengers and the Justice League meet, fight and then unite, to create the most epic alliance ever. enjoy this Epic 12 minute fan film! Copyright Disclaimer: This video was made purely for fun. No copyright infringement intended. All copyright belongs to their respective owners.  For people who say that the trailer is Fake, well, obviously. I didn’t make this trailer to fool or scam anyone, it’s just a fan trailer. This is just a concept fan trailer for Avengers v Justice League. This was made for fun.  Music Credit: Massive thanks to Brendan F. Cochran, for the outstanding music in this video!

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First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 08:56

This week’s cosplay guy of the week Lex Galactic Reptile

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First Comics News - Sun, 11/12/2017 - 08:56

This week’s cosplay girl of the week Juby Headshot

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