Comic Book Curious


Marvel & Chris Hemsworth's Thor Bridge Cultures

In Hawaii, Kane-Hekili, is our God of Thunder and Lightning. Besides knowing that the great warrior chief, Kahekili, tattooed one half of his body to emulate his namesake, I truly know little else. Interestingly enough, with the important roles that sky gods play in the Pacific there is barely a mention of one who rules […]

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Thanks for the Comics, Dad

At Least You Did Something Right. By: Michael Rhett In 7th or 8th grade, I bought my first comic book. This was 1991/92. I was with my dad at the Elks Lodge in Florham Park, NJ, where he was a trustee. After the meeting, we went across the street to a little convenience store, and […]

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Is Emma Watson Joining the MCU?

Yes! Just as you just read it. Good news that many fans of the Harry Potter movies surely will love. For those of you who don't know Emma Watson, she is an award-winning French-born British actress, model and activist who was appointed a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador in June 2014. Emma is particularly recognized from […]

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Frank Under Fire

A look at the warranted criticism of renowned comic book creator, Frank Miller, alongside his lifetime of works. Should one hold sway over the other?

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Comic Book Artists Are the Greatest on the Planet: An Interview with Mark Irwin

Erin Edwards met up with Mark Irwin to discuss his lengthy career in the comic industry. Mark has certainly done it all!

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How to Get Into the X-Men

First I just want to say if you’re here, congratulations. Seeing this headline and deciding to make that jump anyway is brave. The X-Men are ridiculous and I mean that in the best way possible. More than that, finding a way into X-Men comics is ridiculously, and notoriously, difficult. Like many comic book characters, the […]

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Kolanut Productions: World's Largest Black Comic Universe

An Interview with the co-founder, Obichukwu Udeh While traveling through Baja, Mexico in my Volkswagen Westfalia, I received an Instagram message from an old Naval Academy company mate who noticed that I had started writing about nerd culture. He said there is someone I needed to meet. Due to my limited service and getting our […]

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Little Fish Comic Savvy

By: Alonso Nunez Every Summer in San Diego, nerd, geeks, and fans both casual and obsessive gather for San Diego Comic-Con, a four day extravaganza (five, if you count Preview Night!) of truly epic proportions. Over a hundred and 150,000 people! Every year! But then, after the proverbial circus has left town and the people […]

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A Not-Quite Chronological History of Angelee, Geek

Angelee was born under a Disco star. When she entered the world, Saturday Night Fever was the most popular movie on show and the BeeGees’ Stayin’ Alive was the number one song on the Billboard charts. And everything was fine for a couple of years. But growing up a Disco girl in a New Wave […]

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Embracing Inclusivity and Diversity at Mile High Comics

For comic book lovers and collectors, Mile High Comics is a must-visit destination. This iconic store, located on 4600 Jason St., off the Pecos exit on I-25, boasts 10 million comic books and 300,000 trade paperbacks, as well as toys, cards, posters, and other collectibles. The company was founded by Chuck Rozanski in 1969 and […]

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