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Sexy Batgirl Cosplay 4

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Sexy Batgirl Cosplay 4

Sexy Batgirl Cosplay 4




Sexy Batgirl Cosplay 3

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Sexy Batgirl Cosplay 3

Sexy Batgirl Cosplay 3




Sexy Mera Cosplay

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Sexy Mera Cosplay

Sexy Mera Cosplay




Sexy Batgirl Cosplayer laying in a pile of comics

Written by on Dec 5, 2012
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Sexy Batgirl cosplayer laying in a pile of comics

Sexy Batgirl cosplayer laying in a pile of comics




VIZ MEDIA OFFERS A 20% OFF HOLIDAY DIGITAL MANGA PROMOTION

Written by on Dec 5, 2012
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VIZ MEDIA OFFERS A 20% OFF HOLIDAY DIGITAL MANGA PROMOTION

Explore New Titles Or Catch Up On Ongoing Series With A Special Discount That Applies To The Entire VIZ Manga Library Of Over 1,000 Digital Volumes

VIZ Media has just announced a special new promotion to wrap up 2012 that offers 20% off on all digital manga (graphic novel) titles featured on VIZManga.com and available through the VIZ Manga App, including top-selling titles BAKUMAN。, BLEACH, BLUE EXORCIST, NANA, NARUTO, ONE PIECE, VAMPIRE KNIGHT, and more. Enjoy the fun of manga throughout the holiday season with this special offer that runs for a limited-time only from now until Tuesday, January 8th.

Through the innovative VIZ Manga digital platform, registered users are able to use one account to view their purchased manga across more devices than ever, allowing for complete interoperability to read manga. The free VIZ Manga App is the top application for reading manga on the Apple iPhone(r), iPod(r) touch, iPad(r) and supported Android-powered smart phones and tablets (including the Kindle Fire), and may be downloaded through the iTunes Store, Google Play Store, and Amazon Appstore. The platform is also accessible from VIZManga.com http://www.vizmanga.com/ for desktop and laptop computers.

The VIZ Manga platform features a massive library of the most popular manga series in the world, featuring over 1,000 volumes across over 100 different series, with new series and volumes added every Tuesday. All manga volumes are generally available for purchase and download in the U.S. and Canada within the application starting from $4.99 (U.S. / CAN) each.

Download the free VIZ Manga App for your Android and iOS devices at www.VIZ. com/apps.

To learn more about VIZ Manga, and to explore free Chapter 1 previews of every manga title, please visit VIZManga.com http://vizmanga.com/ .




CHAINSAW Pushes BLOODSHOT #6 to the Limit

Written by on Dec 5, 2012
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Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Bloodshot #6 from the gut-punching, back-breaking creative team of Duane Swierczynski and Manuel Garcia! The all-new story arc, “The Rise & The Fall”, is just getting started and the stakes have never been higher!

Bloodshot has penetrated Project Rising Spirit’s secret headquarters and now there’s no turning back. Pursued from room to room by the proto-Bloodshot team of super-soldiers known as Chainsaw, Bloodshot is about to pay the price for his incursion – and face down his own brutal legacy in the Valiant Universe. He may have made it inside the most heavily fortified building on Earth…but Chainsaw are going to make sure he never makes it out.

Homecomings are hard, but Bloodshot’s has just turned downright deadly. Reload on the series that Complex calls “cutting-edge and action-packed” as Swierczynski and Garcia unleash a blistering tour de force of bullets and bravado in Bloodshot #6 – on sale December 12th!

BLOODSHOT #6 – ON SALE DECEMBER 12th! Written by DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI Art by MANUEL GARCIA Cover by ARTURO LOZZI (OCT121237) Variant Cover by TREVOR HAIRSINE (OCT121238) $3.99/T+/32 pgs.




ARCHIE COMICS ANNOUNCES NEW DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY AND MARKETING

Written by on Dec 4, 2012
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New York, NY – Archie Comics, the most progressive and innovative comic book publisher in today’s market and home to some of the most recognizable pop culture characters in the world, announced today that they have promoted Steven Scott to serve as Director of Publicity and Marketing. Scott joined the Archie Comics PR team as Publicity and Marketing Coordinator last year after time spent training at Marvel Comics.

Before breaking into comics, Scott’s background was in film and television working on various projects in L.A. and Vancouver, B.C. including assisting Oscar-winning producer Mark Ordesky (Lord of the Rings trilogy) during the formation of his production company Amber Entertainment. Scott will supervise the company’s publicity outreach, social media and marketing strategy.




Marvel NOW! – IRON MAN #5 First Look!

Written by on Dec 3, 2012
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Marvel NOW! – IRON MAN #5 First Look!

Fanboy Buzz is pleased to present your first look at Iron Man #5, from the blockbuster creative team of writer Kieron Gillen and artist Greg Land! Iron Man sets his sights on the last Extremis target, a threat that sends him into the cold of space as he debuts an all-new suit of armor and betrays an old friend.

As part of Marvel NOW!, Iron Man joins a number of titles that will take the Marvel Universe in an exciting all-new direction, as the industry’s top creators join the top Super Heroes to deliver all-new ongoing series, great for new and lapsed readers alike!

Each issue of Iron Man includes a code for a free digital copy on the Marvel Comics app (for iPhone®, iPad®, iPad Touch® & Android devices). Each issue of Iron Man features special augmented reality content available exclusive through the Marvel AR app – including cover recaps, behind the scenes features and more that add value to your reading experience at no additional cost.

This January, Kieron Gillen and Greg Land redefine what it means to Believe in Iron Man #5!

IRON MAN #5 (NOV120685) Written by KIERON GILLEN Art & Cover by GREG LAND FOC – 12/03/12 On-Sale – 01/02/13




The 2012 #30Characters Challenge Champions Announced

Written by on Dec 3, 2012
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December 3, 2012 — Newburyport, MA — This morning, ComixTribe has released the names of the 57 participants of the 2012 30 Characters Challenge who succeeded in creating 30 brand new characters in just 30 days. #30 Characters, now in its 4th year, is an annual online challenge meant to spark creativity and community among participants, each attempting to create one new character for every day in the month of November. The online challenge, sponsored by ComixTribe, attracts a huge contingent of artists and writers from around the world interested in creating something new. To date, more than 1,100 participants have attempted #30characters.

“Every year, I’m astounded by the creativity that’s harnessed during #30Characters,” said challenge originator Tyler James. “Four years ago, I started the challenge to get myself out of a creative rut. The fact that it’s been so well-received, and had an impact far and wide is truly remarkable.”

“30 Characters always reminds me that in the end, I like making my own stuff up the best,” said artist and two-time #30Characters champion Greg Gibbons.

2012 #30Characters Champions

Albert Oeswadi Arian Croft Beau Johnson Bianca Calvo Chantel Letumeau Chris Waterman Chrystle Roth CJ Camba Corrie Ferrell, Jr. Dan Nokes DavidVallejo Don Urquhart Earl Yi Erwin Alicdan Ester Salguero Faith Orcino Flávia Godoy Frank Raabirck George Ward Gerta Oparaku Greg Gibbons Hank Hodges Helen Dao Henrik Pasgaard Isaiah Stephens J. James Jaclyn Wright Jana Johnson Jeff Hebert Jesse Hughes Jesse Kiefer John Tompkins Joseph Trahan Ken Bonin Kirk Manley Kristen Keck Lorenzo Ross Michael Beckett Natalie Metzger Nathan Seabolt Neil Segura Orestis Karelis Pablo Martinez Rachel Ross Rodney Fyke Roxanne Baril-Monfette Ruben Kaae Ryan Parsley Sanaa Naeem Sergio Bravo Jr. Shaun Richens Tim Celis Tiph Hunter Trey jackson Val Gary Vince Bayless Vitaliy Konkin

#30Characters in 30 Days by Chris Waterman

To be notified when registration for next year’s #30Characters Challenge is open, sign onto the #30Characters Challenge Mailing List.

About ComixTribe

ComixTribe is a publisher of creator-owned comics, including SCAM, The Red Ten, EPIC, Tears of the Dragon, The Standard, and Runners. In addition to being a publishing imprint, ComixTribe is also an online community, with the mission statement: Creators helping creators make better comics. ComixTribe also sponsors the annual 30 Characters Challenge, an online art event where participants challenge themselves to create 30 brand new characters in just 30 days, one for every day of November. Visit ComixTribe.com or email publisher Tyler James (tyler.james@comixtribe.com) to learn more.




Superman #14 Review

Written by on Dec 2, 2012
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Superman #14

Rating: 5/5
Publisher Name: DC Comics
Writer: Scott Lobdell
Pencils: Kenneth Rocafort
Number of Pages: 32 pgs.
Price: 2.99
Color: Color
Safety Content Label: T+ TEENS AND UP – Appropriate for most readers 13 and up, parents are advised that they might want to read before or with younger children.

Publisher’s Blurb:
Following events in this month’s SUPERGIRL #14 and SUPERBOY #14!
• It’s their worst nightmare: A creature of unknown Kryptonian origin, more powerful than Superman, smarter than Supergirl and more lethal than Superboy.
• His actions will change the course of a planet’s fate!

Reviewer’s Comments:
Remember that really awkward moment from Supergirl #14? Well, there are certainly answers to that in this newest (and best of the series) issue of Superman yet. All writer Scott Lobdell has planning comes to the forefront here, and things really start to get rocky.

After the awkward moment where Supergirl enters into Clark Kent’s life unexpectedly, Superman is introduced finally to H’el. His backstory is introduced, and seems fairly plausible but when our hero starts to break it apart, the reader is left wondering whether this alien is really honest especially considering the physical differences between his so-called “kryptonian brother.” Beyond that, H’el is threatening the life of Superboy because he’s a clone, and is weary of them apparently. This really becomes detrimental to the hero but Superman is there to stop any harm after they battle temporarily.

Scott Lobdell is the best writer to come on this series, and is the creator it was looking for. He is giving this book (and the Superman universe) an awesome direction, and it definitely shows when this doesn’t feel like a forced crossover. It seems more akin to what’s going on with the Bat-books, and reading Superman makes me so sorry for Superboy that I want to pick up that series now. Kenneth Rocafort is someone I cannot forget because he brings energy and his great art style to every panel. It is fantastic to watch it unfold.

I might have to start picking up Superboy if this series keeps getting more awesome……

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Tommy Zimmer is an upcoming writer of short stories, comic books, journalism/media reviews, screenplays, and anything related to writing. On zimmert101.wordpress.com, you can view his latest work, and see what exciting things he is currently doing!!






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