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DC / Vertigo Comic Book Releases for December 17, 2014

17 December 2014 4:46 AM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Every week I am sent a package full of comics and graphic novels I’m not able to read from my pals at DC Comics. No matter what I do, I can’t seem to find the time for everything I’d like to take in on an entertainment level. My plan is to showcase these books once a week in an ongoing column. If there’s anything I need to say about one of the titles, I’ll gladly add my two cents worth in. DC’s been good to me over the years and I want to do my best to promote their many excellent books they publish every month.

Just in case you’re not a big comic book consumer, let me give you some quick facts. All new comic books and graphic novels are published on the Wednesday of every week. Also, Vertigo is an imprint »

- (Eric Shirey)

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Graphic Review: Batman '66 Volume 1

26 April 2014 1:44 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Do you long for the more innocent days when Adam West and Burt Ward raced across your television in Technicolor glory battling the charismatic villains of Gotham City? When you think of the Joker, does a Latino actor who refused to shave his mustache come to mind before Heath Ledger or Jack Nicholson? Do you constantly find yourself wondering where the "Pow's" and the "Bam's" are as you sit through the Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan Dark Knight films? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then Batman '66 Volume 1 is tailor-made for you!

DC Comics releases the first five print issues of Batman '66 for fans of the psychedelic and campy romp we all grew up with. I specifically remember watching the series at my babysitter's house after school every chance I could get. If you prefer your Caped Crusader a little less gloomy and a little more fun, »

- (Eric Shirey)

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Martha Thomases: A Call to Alarms

7 February 2014 5:00 AM, PST | | See recent Comicmix news »

This is the time of year when the ComicMix crew starts to firm up our attendance at various comic conventions in the year ahead. It’s a frustrating process because there are a lot of shows and we can’t go to all the ones we’d like to attend.

It also makes me really angry.

Last year was the first in a long time that I went to a bunch of cons. It was fascinating and fun most of the time, but annoying at others. Twenty years after we started Friends of Lulu, there are still remarkably few women invited to be guests at the shows.

This is odd, because there are a lot of women working in the industry, and (capitalists take note) even more buying comics and tickets to cons. Wouldn’t show organizers like to demonstrate to this market segment that they are welcome and valued? »

- Martha Thomases

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