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August 2012

Byrne Robotics

by NiMe
Site du dessinateur américain John Byrne

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Comics : Marvel se lance dans l'interactif

by sbrothier & 1 other
Dans un domaine où l'innovation est permanente, Marvel a sorti il y a une semaine une application gratuite qui confirme que la tendance est à l'animation et à l'interactivité...

March 2012

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September 2011

iOS Apps: Comics

by alamat (via)
The only iPhone/iPad comic platform that has Marvel, DC and The Walking Dead. Purchases made can be read on the web, too, at! The largest comic library and store with Guided View™ Technology, which says “solves the problem of reading comics on the small screen.” With over 12,000 comics! Featured on Jimmy Kimmel, CNN, and more!

August 2011

Fear Itself Checklist

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July 2011

James Robinson’s Complete Wildcats

by alamat (via)
This trade collects all of James Robinson’s Wildcats related work. It contains Wildcats (Vol. 1) issues 15-20, Wildcats Annual 1, Team One: Wildcats issues 1-2, Wildstorm Rising 1, and a short story from Wildcats issue 50.

Superman: Last Son

by alamat (via)
Ah, “Last Son”. The much-ballyhooed, much-criticized, much-excoriated story arc that was to be one of DC’s big draws for 2007, only to get shot in the foot pretty much the second it got out of the gate.

Crisis On Infinite Earths

by alamat (via)
These include the deaths of Kara (the original Supergirl) and Barry Allen (the silver age Flash, who was the main Flash character for almost 30 years). These are some of the best deaths ever written in comics, especially the Flash’s horific death against the story’s antagonist the Anti-Monitor.

Avengers Prime

by alamat (via)
AVENGERS PRIME collects issues #1-5 of this indulgence of a mini-series, featuring Brian Michael Bendis’ writing and Alan Davis’ predictably dynamic illustrations. Not that this was a story that needed telling. Rather, AVENGERS PRIME – or, as I like to call it, the big apology adventure – is pretty much Bendis at his most egregious utilizing the decompression style. At the end of this story, what crucial plot points are served, really, other than these three primary Avengers getting over their beef? Forward, the Brightest Day or Heroic Age or whatever.

June 2011

Silver Surfer: Rebirth of Thanos

by alamat (via)
This run should have been called SS guest starring Starlins creations. When Jim Starlin took over he brought a great deal of excitement with him, he also brought the world of Thanos that he created many years ago in Captain Marvel & Iron Man.

Nightwing: The Hunt for Oracle

by alamat (via)
“The Hunt For Oracle” is volume five in the Nightwing Series that collects the original monthly comics (it’s volume six if you count “Ties That Bind” but that one collects the miniseries). This volume continues from the previous one, “A Darker Shade of Justice” and it collects issues 41-45 of the monthly Nightwing and the two issues of Birds of Prey that it crosses-over with.

X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga

by alamat (via)
The Dark Phoenix Saga by Chris Claremont and John Byrne was simply the best comic book story I have ever read. While this trade paperback contains most of it, the story really ran for about 25 issues *before* the issues in the TPB.

The Death of Captain America Omnibus

by alamat (via)
This a an excellent, lovely collection of some wonderful “Captain America” stories between issues 25-42 of the current Captain America series being published by Marvel comics. Although not a perfect collection, it comes pretty close, and is presented in a sturdy, wonderful and high quality format that will look great on any shelf and stand up to several readings.

Hellboy, Vol. 1: Seed of Destruction

by alamat (via)
First of all I’d like to advise people who are willing to get into Hellboy to start here. Besides from this being the official first story you also get easily introduced to Hellboy and what he’s about here, and the drift into Hellboy-reality is very natural and gentle.

Batman R.I.P

by alamat (via)
Grant Morrison may be the most polarizing of comic book writers out there today. Depending on who you ask, he’s can be either revered as the savior of X-Men comics (with his early 00s New X-Men run), or demonized as the destroyer of quality X-Men comics. His stories are always deep, complex, psychedelic, and sometimes too smart for their own good. And that was before Grant admittedly totally changed the way he writes his comics’ narratives.

Steve Jobs comic book biography coming in August

by alamat (via)
A comic book biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs is headed to stores in August.

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