AP reported this evening that Al Feldstein, the legendary 28-year editor of Mad Magazine passed away in Montana at the age of 88 on Tuesday. Feldstein assumed leadership of Mad in 1956 following in the footsteps of Harvey Kurtzman, and during his tenure mainstays of Mad's burgeoning popularity included Spy vs. Spy, Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions, and many others. Feldstein's sensibilities were responsible for shaping satire of the second half of the 20th century not only in comics, but in wider popular culture.
By Spencer Ellsworth Nick Roche got his start as a comics artist at IDW Publishing, illustrating and soon writing the company’s incarnation of
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The Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Star Wars Shattered Empire, Invincible Iron Man, Karnak, Tokyo Ghost & More!
The Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They say:
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The X-Men prevent Carol from killing Brood Rogue in this preview of Captain Marvel #44... but was it the right choice?
Batman must return to Earth in this preview of Batman #130. Unfortunately, he must do it with a boogie board instead of a spaceship.
In this preview of Thanos: Death Notes #1, Thanos creates the greatest sin of all. No, not murdering half the universe. Plagiarism!
The Flash family go shopping in this preview of Dark Crisis: War Zone #1. For weapons to kick some butt with.
In this preview of Immortal X-Men #9, for the first time in the history of comics, someone says "no" to a reboot."