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Superman decided to try out a new costume. He did not consult the artist. In fairness, he was a little miffed that he'd been drawing weird porn of him, so. Fair's fair.
superman  comics  fanfic 
yesterday by spaceninja
steve rogers: pr disaster
Interlude: The Story of Steve “Walking PR Nightmare” Rogers, and How For a Short While He Single-Handedly Destroyed the Emotional Health of Eva Laura Ortiz, His Now Ex-Publicist
avengers  captainamerica  steverogers  pr  movies  comics  scifi 
yesterday by spaceninja
How Does Fury See These?
#headcanon that when stark restarts shield and brings nick back in he sets up nick’s computer access so it follows his good eye and whatever pops does so in front of him wherever he’s looking and also takes into account any depth perception issues due to only having the one eye and tony just does it because he sort of makes for easier user access because he imagines no one else gets as much done as he does he does the same thing for bruce’s computer access at the tower doing research and eliminating triggers and flashing things from the interface and generally subtly eliminating stress-inducing material. i just really like my headcanon that tony knows his friends have disabilities and works to accommodate them and also sometimes he sends pepper in to give bruce a hug because bruce needs hugs and pepper is very good at them
avengers  comics  movies  scifi  headcanon  accessibility 
yesterday by spaceninja
The Metropolitan Man
The year is 1934, and Superman has arrived in Metropolis. Features Lex Luthor as the villain protagonist as he comes to grips with the arrival of an alien god. Occasional point-of-view chapters/sections featuring Lois Lane. Takes place outside any established comics continuity.
superman  scifi  comics  fanfic 
yesterday by spaceninja
Twitter
's Firmly Pushes Young, Progressive Characters Into the Spotlight
Champions  comics  from twitter_favs
yesterday by BeSublime
Manga Zombie
Manga Zombie, written by Udagawa Takeo, was published in Japanese in 1997 by Ohta Shuppan. The book covers a range of thirty-one Japanese manga artists active primarily in the 1960s and 70s. Some of the artists are relatively well-known in the English-speaking world, while others are famous or cult figures only in Japan. However, they are all, in some sense or other, "outsider" artists and figures of the sixties and seventies cultural underground. Most of them spent the bulk of their careers in short-lived magazines oriented towards graphic sex and violence, like Manga Erotopia. Some, however, saw success in more prestigious publications like Garo and mass-circulation mags like Shonen Jump.

The selection of artists was made by Udagawa Takeo on the basis that they represent the most authentic and exciting work being done in the medium before market forces (in Udagawa-san's point of view) squeezed the artists' freedom of expression to an absolute minimum in the late seventies.

Udagawa Takeo is a commentator on 60s/70s Japanese fringe culture, concentrating mainly on the manga scene. He is the co-author of Manga Jigoku-hen (Suiseisha, 1997) and J.A. Cesar no Sekai (Byakuya Shobo, 2002). He's also the author of Fringe Culture (Suiseisha, 1998) among other works. He's an informed, passionate and critical advocate of the artists he chooses to champion.

ComiPress has teamed up with Udagawa Takeo and translator John Gallagher to publish an online version of the English-language translation of Manga Zombie. This project's goal is to open up a wide range of lesser-known but valuable artists to the attention of the English-speaking world. It will help inform opinion and debate on manga and manga history in general, and will do so from an insider's perspective, while adding the background information and context necessary for the English-language reader.
manga  comics  comics.theory 
yesterday by ninthart
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TPB  Comics  LCS  from twitter
yesterday by zvi
Secret Wars (2016) / AvaxHome
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<br /><div style="text-align:center;"><b>Secret Wars (2016)</b><br />English | CBR | 284 pages | 403.01 MB</div><br />Collects Secret Wars #1-9, Free Comic Book Day 2015 Secret Wars #0 (Secret Wars story).<br />The Marvel Universe is no more! The interdimensional Incursions have eliminated each and every alternate universe one by one. And now — despite the best efforts of the scientists, sages and superhumans — the Marvel Universe and Ultimate Universe have collided&#8230;and been destroyed! All that exists in the vast empty cosmos is a single, titanic patchwork planet made of the fragmented remains of hundreds of devastated dimensions: Battleworld! And the survivors of this multiversal catastrophe all bend their knee to Battleworld's master: Doctor Doom! What strange creatures inhabit this world? Which familiar face
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yesterday by thx1138
“Suicide Squad” Reviewed - The New Yorker
I am never going to see this movie, but reading about it is crack.

("This guy's a boomerang.")

"Note the superlative—the grammatical form of choice for comic-book adjectives. Nothing in this movie is ever middling, or allowed to muddle along. Nobody has an O.K. day. Instead, Deadshot is “the most-wanted hit man in the world.” Harley Quinn and the Joker are “the king and queen of Gotham City.” This perpetual overreach, desperate to outdo anything that might smack of regularity, has the genuine tang of adolescence; it is as though all the characters, even the ones not adorned with tattoos, are straining to shock their parents or to drive them nuts. When an actress as distinguished as Davis has to pick up a gun and waste a few co-workers, on the ground that they lacked security clearance, you realize that the film’s addiction to extremity has infected not merely its phrasing but also its range of available gestures."
hatchetjob  movies  comics  review 
yesterday by np

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