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MST3K: The Gauntlet- Interview with Rebecca Hanson & Deanna Rooney

Do You Even Comic Book chatted with Hanson and Rooney before the debut of MST3K: The Gauntlet.
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Stan Lee, Tribute to a Legend

Stan Lee Tribute Do You Even Comic Book Featured Instead of doing a long historical piece on Stan that folks can look up on wikipedia, or in a book, we would speak out
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Go Support Brigantia, now LIVE on Kickstarter!

Brigantia 2 Kickstarter Featured BRIGANTIA is an independent pagan/fantasy comic book series self-published by writer Christopher Mole and artist Melissa Trender
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Support Asylum City On Kickstarter! (Interview)

Asylum City is putting together a multimedia project to give a voice to the voiceless in America, and they need your help.
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Support Swag Patrol on Kickstarter now!

Swag Patrol Featured Swag Patrol tells the exciting story of three teenagers who gain extraordinary abilities and fight crime with the help of
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Writer’s Chat- “Characters: How Real Can You Get?”

Are you a writer? Published? Aspiring? Then come chat live with other writers via Discord on the first Wednesday of every month! Are you a writer? Published? Aspiring? Then come chat live with other writers via Discord on the first Wednesday of
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Looking Back On X-Men: Black

Vincent talks about what X-Men Black aims to do to set up the incoming Uncanny X-Men Dissasemble.
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Horror Comics to Read for Halloween 2018

Gideon Falls Featured Happy Halloween! This year the Do You Even Staff wanted to compile a few must read horror comics from the past few years.
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Shuri and The Importance of Afrofuturism

Shuri and Afrofuturism Featured Marvel has recently blessed us with a brand new Shuri series. Written by African scholar, and award-winning Novelist, Dr. Nnedi
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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 5a – Mistyfying

A whole generation of girls missed out on horror, science fiction, and drama comics aimed at them.
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