Exclusive: Complete NYCC 2013 Programming for Saturday October 12

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Tweet Saturday, October 12   Here’s the continuing our rundown of New York Comic-Con’s programming in an easily digestible text format, with the schedule for Saturday. Thursday’s programming can be found here. And Friday’s here. Many thanks to Marykate Nagourney for making this possible. Title: Kidditch- Quidditch Training for Kids Time: 10:00AM – 11:00AM Location: […]

Marvel Have Released A Thor Poster Featuring SIF

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TweetYes yes, film news rather than comic news, but still – when Marvel bring the world some fresh SIF, we must all obey. This is the promo poster for Thor 2, featuring Jaimie Alexander’s Asgardian warrior in the midst of, erm, warring. Almost certainly known to be the best part of the first Thor movie, […]

More on the Facebook demographics that reveal a surprising number of female comics fans

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Tweet By Brett Schenker Two years and some months ago, I posted the first study of what Facebook told us about comic book fans. 45 or so posts later on the subject, I’m still gathering data with various breakdowns of not just comic fans but other fandoms as well. At Small Press Expo, I talked […]

REVIEW: John Wagner and Arthur Ranson’s Button Man

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TweetThe Button Man series by John Wagner and Arthur Ranson is a rare creature. For a magazine designed to tell fast-paced adventures, this is a far quieter and more subdued piece of work than is typically found in 2000AD, and a reminder of how powerful a writer Wagner can be. A slow-burn story, the series moves […]