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@ Comic Book Resources When We First Met – Joker’s Deadly Bag of Tricks by Brian Cronin| March 15, 2014 |17 Comments| In this feature we spotlight the various characters, phrases, objects or events that eventually became notable parts of comic lore. Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources. Comics Should Be Good!
@ Comic Book Resources - The Abandoned An’ Forsaked – So Did Captain America Make It Out of World War II Or What? By Brian Cronin| April 26, 2014 |71 Comments| Comic Book Easter Eggs. Comic Book Easter Eggs Archives - Comics Should Be Good!
@ Comic Book Resources Comic Book Easter Eggs – The Cast of the Big Bang Theory Visits Superior Spider-Man by Brian Cronin| March 11, 2014 |18 Comments| In this feature, I share with you three comic book “easter eggs.” An easter egg is a joke/visual gag/in-joke that a comic book creator (typically the artist) has hidden in the pages of the comic for readers to find (just like an easter egg). Today we take a look at the cast of the Big Bang Theory visiting the pages of Superior Spider-Man, Apocalypse and Lex Luthor having a secret team-up and Edward from the League of Gentlemen gets killed in Transmetropolitan… Continue Reading » Comic Book Easter Eggs – Is That Rocket Raccoon’s Dead Body On That Wall?
By Brian Cronin| February 23, 2014 |18 Comments| Comic Book Easter Eggs – National Lampoon’s…IRON MAN Vacation?! By Brian Cronin| January 28, 2014 |26 Comments| Comic Book Easter Eggs – “Where’s Waldo?” Today is a special theme edition. 6 Comic Con-troversies. With the New York Comic Con under way, we thought we’d remind you that these brilliant, geeky get-togethers can mean more than just costumes and coveted signatures on first-edition books. Here are a few of the scandals that rocked (or gently nudged) Comic Cons across the country this past year. God Hates Geeks in Superhero Costumes? At the massive Comic Con in San Diego last year, assembled geeks gave Fred Phelps’ hate-mongering Westboro Baptist Church a run for its money.
When church members—who’ve earned the dubious distinction of being so radical that even the Ku Klux Klan has disavowed any association with them—showed up to protest alleged immorality and rampant homosexuality amidst convention-goers, they were greeted by a throng of nerds dressed as superheroes, robots, Trekkies and anime girls staging a counter protest. [Photo credit: ComicsAlliance. The Resident Evil Fan With the Pen in the Auditorium Master of Disguise "Insider" Exposed No Cape, No Service. Comics Make No Sense. Indistinguishable From Magic. I started Dresden Codak nine years ago.
Here’s a comparison of the very first strip I uploaded with the last panel of the most recent page. In 2005 I was a floundering 21-year-old college student with no direction and growing debt. I drew that snake comic in a statistics class I was failing, and on my way home I decided to scan it and maybe put together a website. I thought if I kept doing that, I could teach myself to draw, as a fun hobby. Since then, this comic has become my full time job (since 2008), and last year I raised over half a million dollars in the second most successful comics Kickstarter ever.
Never underestimate the power of time, hard work, and stubbornness. 5 Essential Superhero Redesigns! Rebooting the Justice League! Top 10 Best Superhero/villain Redesigns. Top 10 WORST Superhero/villain Redesigns.