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Links 1 through 10 of 224 by Antonio Hubilla tagged comics

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On the same day that Fantagraphics announced The Complete Zap Comix, the publisher revealed it will bring yet another treasure trove of groundbreaking comics back to the stands. At its panel at Comic-Con International and in an interview with The Comics Reporter’s Tom Spurgeon, Fantagraphics announced it had acquired the rights to publish the EC Comics library from the representatives of its late publisher, William M. Gaines.

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Charles Schulz's Peanuts comics often conceal the existential despair of their world with a closing joke at the characters' expense. With the last panel omitted, despair pervades all.

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If some supporting evidence is needed in defense of this hypothesis, then we need look no further than Rick Veitch.

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On their own terms, those 1950s/early 1960s episodes aren’t nearly as awful as they’re sometimes made out to be (Mike W. Barr wrote a fine defense of many of these stories in BenBella Books’ 2008 Batman Unauthorized) but tonally one must concede that they were a vast departure from the atmosphere of either the early days of the strip or the post-1960s series. Morrison’s tack has been to look at those stories from a different angle.

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“Although we have a core group of characters, anyone can belong to or oppose the Invisibles,” Morrison explained in an introductory outline of the series.

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1. Captain Mantra's real name is Billy Button (Billy Batson; page 59), and his sister Mary Mantra is Mary Button (page 59). Much as Captain Marvel is called the Big Red Cheese, Captain Mantra is called the Big Green Fruit (page 61), while Captain Marvel's

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