Lord Drakkon Returns in MMPR 50! + Valiant Comics Giveaway! | Comic Book Weekly

Lord Drakkon

Lord Drakkon makes a mysterious turn in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #50, and Kat gives away an amazing X-O Manowar metal poster from Valiant Comics!

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Norman Osborn is the Green Goblin in Amazing Spider-Man #850! | Comic Book Weekly

Green Goblin

The Green Goblin returns as Norman Osborn resumes the role that made him famous as Amazing Spider-Man returns to legacy numbering for the occasion.

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DC Comics Has a New Batman Story On Instagram? | Comic Book Weekly

Instagram

DC’s Instagram stories features a new prelude comic to Batman #92 featuring new character Punchline. We share our thoughts on that and much more!

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Will Comic Book Stores Survive Without Diamond Distribution? | Comic Book Weekly

Diamond Comic Distributors

Diamond Comic Distributors announce they are shutting their doors due to the Coronavirus. What does this mean for weekly comics and comic book stores. Plus our Top 5 and more!

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Thor Goes Blind! | Comic Book Weekly

Thor Goes Blind

Thor goes blind in the latest issue to face the Black Winter? And how powerful is he that he can take and give back the Power Cosmic at a whim? This and more on this week’s Comic Book Weekly!

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Storm Has 30 Days to Live! | Comic Book Weekly

Storm

Storm revealed to only have 30 days to live due to a techno virus in Giant Size X-Men: Jean Grey & Emma Frost! We talk about this and much more in our comic book podcast this week!

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Batman the Animated Series Returns! | Comic Book Weekly

Batman the Animated Series

Batman the Animated Series to return in comic form, plus Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Alfred’s death, Big Books, Top 5, Under the Radar and more on our comic book podcast!

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Is Black Widow Alive? | Comic Book Weekly

Is Black Widow Alive

This week on our comic book podcast, we ponder “Is Black Widow Alive?” as we talk about the new Black Widow trailer and more as the cast of Comic Frontline converges on Comic Book Weekly at 10pm ET on YouTube and Twitch for their comic book podcast to discuss the latest in comic news and weekly comics, including Top 5, Under the Radar, Chopping Block, Key Issues and more!

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Teen Lantern’s Origin Revealed! | Comic Book Weekly 02

Teen Lantern's Origin Revealed

This week, Teen Lantern’s origin is revealed in Young Justice #9, Immortal Hulk gets an Absolute Carnage tie-in, Ms. Marvel is a playable character in the upcoming Avengers video game, Al Ewing takes over writing Guardians of the Galaxy, Donny Cates to write Thor, a few wrestling sidetracks, and more will be discussed!

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Batman Meets the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

By: Nicole D’Andria The dark knight is meeting the heroes in a half shell in Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. That’s right, DC Comics and IDW Publishing will be joining forces for this six issue mini-series. In Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Krang sends Shredder, the Foot Clan and the turtles to an alternate universe. The crew lands in Gotham City where they meet up with Batman and several of his famous villains while trying to find their way home. The writer is James Tynion IV (Batman Eternal, Talon) and the artist…

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Street Fighter X G.I. Joe Crossover

By: Nicole D’Andria The world of G.I. Joe and Street Fighter collide in the IDW Publishing mini-series Street Fighter X G.I. Joe. The terrorist organization known as Cobra is teaming up in an “unholy alliance” with Bison and Shadaloo to take over the world. The writer of the limited series is Aubrey Sitterson (Hulk, Superman, Tech Jacket, Worth) and the artist is Emilio Laiso (Hack/Slash: Son of Samhain). Street Fighter X G.I. Joe is a six issue long crossover. The Joes will be going up against the characters of Street…

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Eight Archie and IDW Publishing Mash-Up Covers Unveiled

By: Nicole D’Andria In celebration of their 75th anniversary in 2016, Archie Comics is teaming up with their publishing partner IDW. There will be eight variant covers on IDW Publishing titles in tribute of Archie. Each cover will be drawn by a fan-favorite Archie artist. The crossover covers include the following:     JUDGE DREDD: MEGA-CITY ZERO #1 by Francesco Francavilla EMPIRE: UPRISING #7 by Barry Kitson BACK TO THE FUTURE #3 by Fernando Ruiz JEM & THE HOLOGRAMS #10 by Tania del Rio THE X-FILES: SEASON 11 #5 by…

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Political Horror Thriller The Eighth Seal Coming to Print

By: Nicole D’Andria The First Lady of the United States has the pressures of not just the political spotlight but also the horrific visions she’s plagued with that seem to be seeping into reality. Will she overcome her demons and learn to live as the First Lady? Or will her fear cripple her? Find out in The Eighth Seal. The Eighth Seal was originally published only digitally on Thrillbent.com, a digital comic book site that was started by award-winning comic book writer Mark Waid (Daredevil, Kingdom Come, Star Wars: Princess…

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IDW Shrinks Down to Size in Richard Matheson’s Shrinking Man

By: Nicole D’Andria IDW Publishing will be releasing a comic book adaptation of Richard Matheson’s science-fiction novel The Shrinking Man. The four-issue mini-series will be written by IDW’s CEO/Publisher Ted Adams and the artwork will be handled by Mark Torres. The winner of the 1958 Hugo award for best science fiction/fantasy dramatic presentation, The Shrinking Man is about family man Scott Carey. Carey, after coming into contact with a strange cloud, slowly begins to shrink every day. Adams talked about his schedule and his anticipation of writing the series. He…

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The Untold History of Black Comic Books

By: Nicole D’Andria IDW Publishing and Yoe books will be releasing The Untold History of Black Comic Books. This collection will include black characters from 1940s comic strips to black characters in modern day comic books. The book will include 200 pages of comic book stories that have never been reprinted before. One of the author’s, Professor William H. Foster III, is an authority on black cartoonists and comics, according to him, “This book is important to me on several levels… “It is not just the culmination of years of…

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