Relaunching Celestial Falcon

Celestial-Falcon

Chris DiBuduo and Brant Fowler gear up to relaunch Celestial Falcon #1 Deluxe Edition on Kickstarter and talk about what the book is about and how they will handle things differently this time around.

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Kickstart the Week with Cornrows #1: Part One of the Urban Fantasy Comic Book Series

  By: Nicole D’Andria Interested in entering a gritty world for fans of shows such as The Wire, Daredevil, and The Punisher? Cornrows is the latest comic book that turns the “super” and maybe even the “hero” on its head in this “superhero” series. I spoke with writer Brian Hawkins about the beginning of his urban fantasy series. Cornrows is written by Brian Hawkins with artwork from Marcio Loerzer (X-O Manowar), inking by Adriana Abreu, gray tones by David Fox, and lettering by Guido Martinez. The series follows Theo Mayfield,…

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Comic Frontline’s BoroughCon E-Panel!

Superheroes, animation and gaming fans will soon converge on Utopia Parkway for a three-day gathering in a park-like setting. St. John’s University will host BoroughCon, a new pop culture convention, over Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, 2017. The event, which is expected to draw more than 30,000 attendees, will appeal to enthusiasts of heroic stories in film, television, gaming and graphic formats, as well as to those who enjoy anime and manga –animation and comics, respectively, in the Japanese tradition. Kat Comic Uno & Jay Comic Book Theater sat down with the…

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BoroughCon To Bring ‘Nerd’ Culture To New York’s Neighborhoods!

BOROUGHCON TO BRING ‘NERD’ CULTURE TO NEW YORK’S NEIGHBORHOODS New Convention to Attract Fantasy Fans Throughout the Four Boroughs Superheroes, animation and gaming fans will soon converge on Utopia Parkway for a three-day gathering in a park-like setting. St. John’s University will host BoroughCon, a new pop culture convention, over Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29, 2017. The event, which is expected to draw more than 30,000 attendees, will appeal to enthusiasts of heroic stories in film, television, gaming and graphic formats, as well as to those who enjoy anime and…

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Zodiac Starforce #1 Advanced Review: Friendship isn’t always magic

By: Nicole D’Andria As a fan of magical girl anime, I was anxious to check out what many critics are calling Dark Horse’s take on Sailor Moon. Unfortunately, I didn’t think Zodiac Starforce #1 was very magical. But it certainly has the potential to be. Zodiac Starforce was a team of four teenagers, each one representing a sign of the zodiac: Emma, Kim, Savi and Molly. However, after defeating their major enemy Cimmeria, the team disbanded. Now the girls are more interested in passing exams than they are in saving…

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TV Review: A Certain Scientific Railgun and Railgun S “Excellent Job Reports Misaka Offering Her Sincerest Praise”

Written By: Kat “Comic Uno” I have never been a big anime fan, but recently I have found a couple of series that have caught my eye. Showing that anyone can find a show within this medium. As everyone knows I love comic books and television, when you can mix both I am in heaven. Railgun is the superhero anime you probably never heard of before.    Railgun is the spin off series of A Ceratin Magical Index, but you do not need to see the parent series to understand…

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