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  • HOT DEATH, COLD SPACE, AND A WHOLE LOT OF ROCK AND ROLL Free Mars Web Comic in print July 2012 from Ape Entertainment (San Diego, CA-January 19, 2012) Ape Entertainment announced today that they have become ownership partners in the Free Mars property, currently a web comic with a print OGN releasing in July 2012. Free Mars is a gritty sci-fi rock opera set against the backdrop of a dystopian Mars colony in the year 2339. As civil war looms on the Red Planet, the Revolution finds an unlikely symbol in the form of a punk band. The group quickly discovers, however, that their new fame comes at a price. Created and written by David Pauwels with art from Nicolas Giacondino, the graphic novel will contain the […]

    Free Mars Comic picked up by Ape Entertainment!

    HOT DEATH, COLD SPACE, AND A WHOLE LOT OF ROCK AND ROLL Free Mars Web Comic in print July 2012 from Ape Entertainment (San Diego, CA-January 19, 2012) Ape Entertainment announced today that they have become ownership partners in the Free Mars property, currently a web comic with a print OGN releasing in July 2012. Free Mars is a gritty sci-fi rock opera set against the backdrop of a dystopian Mars colony in the year 2339. As civil war looms on the Red Planet, the Revolution finds an unlikely symbol in the form of a punk band. The group quickly discovers, however, that their new fame comes at a price. Created and written by David Pauwels with art from Nicolas Giacondino, the graphic novel will contain the […]

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  •   Jaimie Alexander plays Lady Sif in the Thor movie released in May 2011.  Thor is a superhero who started appearing in Marvel Comics in August of 1962 in “Journey into Mystery” #83 and was created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, and penciller Jack Kirby.  The Thor character is based on the Thor of Norse mythology.  Thor has starred in his own series as well as being a perennial member of the superhero team the Avengers, appearing in each of the four volumes. Writer Stan Lee can best describe how the team came up with the idea for Thor following the creation of the Hulk. “How do you make someone stronger than the strongest person? It finally came […]

    Jaimie Alexander is Sif in Thor Movie

      Jaimie Alexander plays Lady Sif in the Thor movie released in May 2011.  Thor is a superhero who started appearing in Marvel Comics in August of 1962 in “Journey into Mystery” #83 and was created by editor-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, and penciller Jack Kirby.  The Thor character is based on the Thor of Norse mythology.  Thor has starred in his own series as well as being a perennial member of the superhero team the Avengers, appearing in each of the four volumes. Writer Stan Lee can best describe how the team came up with the idea for Thor following the creation of the Hulk. “How do you make someone stronger than the strongest person? It finally came […]

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  • Marvel > DC Ok, I know that without DC, Marvel may not exist today.  It’s not a chicken before the egg debate.  DC came first, but first is not always best.  In fact, without Marvel, DC may have gone under many years ago.  It’s been a wonderful rivalry and relationship over the years. I want to be clear:  Even though I think Marvel is better than DC, I still like DC.  I never understood why someone would love one and hate the other.  Why can’t we like both?  I do.  I just like one more than the other, that’s all. Why do I like Marvel best?  Where do I start?  In almost all comics, you have to be able to […]

    Marvel vs DC

    Marvel > DC Ok, I know that without DC, Marvel may not exist today.  It’s not a chicken before the egg debate.  DC came first, but first is not always best.  In fact, without Marvel, DC may have gone under many years ago.  It’s been a wonderful rivalry and relationship over the years. I want to be clear:  Even though I think Marvel is better than DC, I still like DC.  I never understood why someone would love one and hate the other.  Why can’t we like both?  I do.  I just like one more than the other, that’s all. Why do I like Marvel best?  Where do I start?  In almost all comics, you have to be able to […]

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