Frontline LIVE 203: File That Phooey Under Opinion!

Every week the Comic Frontline crew unites to do a LIVE Show through Google Hangouts where we discuss the news and comics of the week and have some fun while doing it! This week the crew unite as we discuss all the news from this week Plus Worst Pick, The Top 5 Comics and Cover of the Week, Most Anticipated 3 comics for next week, let your voice be heard in our Weekly Poll  and more! Continue the conversation with us and join the fun on the Frontline Discord! This Week The Frontline Crew Discuss: Comic News: Stuart Immonen Retiring From Comics? Hellblazer Ending Creators Attached To…

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Alterna Comics Preview: Freelance Blues #6 – Epic Mini-Series Finale!

Every time Lance Bunkman starts a new job his bosses turn out to be evil and trying to take over the world. Fortunately, he’s the only one who can stop them. He’s got to fight his boss, save his co-workers, and then he needs a new job, because being a hero doesn’t pay the bills. Lance has been too busy working (not to mention dodging fireballs, chainsaws or poison arrows) to ever ask “Why me?” Now events are set in motion, that will make Lance learn more about himself, and…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective Vol. 1

By: Nicole D’Andria This weekend I’m showcasing the Kickstarter for Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective Vol. 1. Enjoy robots and the mob in these first six issues of the Copernicus Jones story “Dirty Credits.” The book will also feature a print-exclusive forward by Greg Rucka (Gotham Central, Lazarus, Stumptown). In this “Kickstart the Week(end)” you’ll also hear from writer and humorist Matt Wilson. Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective Volume 1 features protagonist PI Copernicus Jones. In his first story, Copernicus is trying to find out why a tycoon is meeting with mobsters…

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Henchmen, Inc. #2 Preview

Henchmen, Inc. #2, flatted and lettered by Comic Frontline’s own Brant Fowler, drops via Monkeybrain Comics digitally tomorrow, February 25th, 2015! And it’s only $0.99! Find a preview and description of the issue below! Story by Tim Simmons Art by Jim McMunn Flats by Brant Fowler Finishes by Jim McMunn Letters by Brant Fowler Cover by Garrett Warren Published by Monkeybrain Comics MATURE READERS Everything is coming up Finch as he adjusts to his new full-time profession: Henching! But he’s about to learn that towing the line between his personal…

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SDCC: McFarlane Brings Back The Original Spawn!!!

With Spawn #250 mere months away, Todd McFarlane, earlier today made the announcement that this issue will feature the return of Al Simmons, the original Spawn! McFarlane promises the return of Al Simmons will be “Bad Ass”! With the return of Simmons also brings a new creative team, one that McFarlane has yet to pick. He is quoted to be talking to some “heavy hitters” but nothing is finalized yet. Guesses are by SDCC’s end, McFarlane will more than likely have his team picked out. McFarlane is looking for a writer that will give a new…

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Outrage Against Amazon’s Handling of comiXology

By: Nicole D’Andria Remember when Amazon acquired comiXology (the most popular online digital comic book store) and I said I was optimistic about it? Yeah, this is why I’m always cautiously optimistic. Apparently, to avoid paying any transaction fees to Google or Apple, Amazon has changed the comiXology app. In the recent update, many users were upset to find out that you can no longer buy comic books using the iOS app. Instead, you must buy comics using the website and they will sync to the app when it’s opened.…

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Amazon Acquires comiXology

By: Nicole D’Andria The website comiXology, considered your number one stop for digital comics, with 50,000 comics from major publishers like Marvel and DC Comics and others, has just been purchased by Amazon. For those who haven’t heard about the “little” company known as Amazon, they sell physical books and e-books, owns AbeBooks (a search engine and payment platform for used-book stores around the world), they have a games division in Seattle, a TV and movie studio in LA and have a Kindle Publishing program—to name just a few of…

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IDW Brings Back The Bard

New Kill Shakespeare Comic Series Coming June The Bard is Back!   In May, Kill Shakespeare will make the leap from comic series to board game to the delight of fans of both mediums. This June, fans will have even more to rejoice about as the award-winning comic series returns with Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night. We’re excited to announce The Mask of Night, our pirate adventure. Not only does it include characters from our previous books but incorporates one of Shakespeare’s most famous heroines, Viola, who we have…

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