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Cool Runnings: Brubaker and Phillips – Sleeper Season 2

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Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up, it’s comic book time…COOL RUNNINGS. In this segment I will be examining various runs by our favourite creators. I will begin with the rich run of stories coming from Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. There is a lot to this catalogue and therefore will span multiple weeks. This week we talk Sleeper Season 2. Warning: Cool Runnings may contain spoilers.

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Tuesday Top Ten: All Time Favorites Cosmo

Nothing But Comics is about to hit our two year mark and in observance of the sites anniversary, every Tuesday from now until we finish, one of our staff members will list off their favorite series, runs or issues of all time. This week it’s Cosmo Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: All Time Favorites Cosmo

Nguyen & Fridolfs Teaming With DC & Scholastic For YA Superhero Graphic Novels

SecretHeroSocietyBook1-coverDustin Nguyen & Derek Fridolfs of Batman: Little Gotham,  Batman: Streets Of Gotham & Detective Comics will be launching a new series of original graphic novels based around popular DC Character’s as middle school students with superpowers. The series will be a joint project between DC Comics and Scholastic. More details at CBR

5 Comics that Would Make Amazing Cartoons

For many of us, superhero cartoons were gateway drugs into comics. Who doesn’t feel a pang of nostalgia when they remember getting up early to watch how Batman defeats the Joker that week, or get pumped up when they hear this?

Cartoons, in many ways, are like comic books during the heyday of the Comics Code Authority. They can tell fantastic stories, but if you are above a certain age, people will inevitably question if you’re too old to be watching cartoons. The answer? No, no you’re never to old, especially right now, with cartoons like Steven Universe and Gravity Falls pushing the boundaries of storytelling and creating plots and characters that appeal to both kids and adults. The stigma still exists though. Like comics, cartoons struggle for legitimacy. They also share a sort of symbiotic relationship. Comics get adapted to cartoons and cartoons get adapted or expanded in comics.  Because of this relationship, here are five boundary pushing comic based cartoons I would love to see in the near future. There are, of course, many others that would be fantastic, but this is just my personal top five. Continue reading 5 Comics that Would Make Amazing Cartoons

Freeze Frame 9/18/2015

From Bucky Barnes The Winter Soldier #11 by Marco Rudy
From Bucky Barnes The Winter Soldier #11 by Marco Rudy

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Cool Runnings: Brubaker and Phillips – Sleeper Season 1

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Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up, it’s comic book time…COOL RUNNINGS. In this segment I will be examining various runs by our favourite creators. I will begin with the rich run of stories coming from Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. There is a lot to this catalogue and therefore will span multiple weeks. This week we talk Sleeper Season 1. Warning: Cool Runnings may contain spoilers.

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Updated: DC Cancels Eight Titles & One Is Omega Men :-(

Update #2: Green Lantern Lost Army is over too

Updated: DC will also be cancelling Batman ’66 & Sensation Comics.

In December of 2015, DC will be ending their series Justice League United, Gotham By Midnight, Lobo, Doomed & Omega Men. So much for that 12 issue promise. More details at CBR