Introducing Comic Maven Nicole D’Andria

Hello everybody! This is Nicole D’Andria, your friendly neighborhood Comic Maven. I am a huge comic book fan and I’ve been writing reviews, news stories and features  for over three years at Entertainment Fuse. I’m also the head of their comic book department. I have my own personal website, Comic Maven’s Archives, where I’ve slowly been reprinting all of my work.  I’ve technically been a part of the Comic Frontline community for a while. I edited articles on Frontline (mostly Jay’s articles, which I highly recommend along with everyone else…

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Trinity War 1st Strike: Justice League #22 Preview

Justice League #22 Cover Trinity War 1st Strike: Justice League #22 Preview By: Jay  DC’s big event “Trinity War” is finally here! DC Declares Trinity War Upon The JusticeLeague and DC launches its first strike with “Trinity War Part 1” in Justice League with this first look at four pages from Justice League #22 which hits stands July 10, 2013. Justice League #22 Page 7 According to DC, the last panel of the following first page, readers meet the “elusive Doctor Light.” “But in The New 52, Doctor Light is not the same character you may recall from his previous incarnations. This time around,…

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Looking Back At 75 Years Of Superman

This week saw a milestone for DC Comics and the comic book industry as a whole. On April 18, 1938, DC Comics (then National Allied Productions) debuted a new title: Action Comics. The cover featured a new superhero called Superman, a character that would change the industry forever by ushering in a new era of comic books. Looking Back At 75 Years Of Superman By: Jay The 1930’s was a hard time for our country, a time when the country was in the grip of the greatest economic depression.  There were bread…

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DC Declares Trinity War Upon The Justice League

DC Declares Trinity War Upon The Justice League By: Jay After almost two years since DC relaunched their entire line with the New 52 the company’s first big event is almost here. This July a hero’s death brings war upon us in the DC Universe’s two month, six issue event “Trinity War”.  This summer DC’s premiere super team the Justice League and its offspring teams Justice League of America and Justice League Dark are going to turn the heat up. Fans have been waiting and wondering what the “Trinity War” was all about ever since last year’s Free Comic Book…

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Another 4 comics to read, not from DC or Marvel

By Arnoldo Acosta The Walking Dead by Image Written by Robert Kirkman The Walking Dead is one of the most popular comic series out at the moment. The property has even found success in other mediums like video games and television.  I don’t watch the show regularly but the few episodes I have seen are much better than some story arcs in the comic, with that said this comic is still very good. The comic’s plot is about: a zombie apocalypse and the struggle of a group of survivors to…

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3 Comics to Read, No DC/Marvel

By Arnoldo Acosta Comic books are more diverse than people give credit to them, they are not all just superhero books. Even though DC and Marvel are the first things that come to mind when people think about comics but they are not the only comic book companies out there. There are many good books that focus on very different styles that are pretty good and enjoyable reads. People tend to ignore these books because they aren’t from Marvel or DC. First of all I must admit that I’m also a culprit of that same crime…

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How to Start Reading Comics?

How to Start Reading Comics? By Arnoldo Acosta This will be my first of hopefully many more articles on this page. So as a matter of sharing some information about me I propose the following question: How or why people start reading comics? With this simple question I will begin to share my personal experience. The first introduction I had to the Marvel and DC universes didn’t come on colored pages of paper; but from the screen of a television with shows like Spiderman, X-men, Batman The Animated Series, and…

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