13 Mar, 2013

Irish Superheroes

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Saint Patrick’s Day is an excellent time to reflect on some of the most famous—and not so famous—superheroes of Irish descent! We hope you enjoy the following list that includes of some of the greatest comic book heroes of all time.

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There’s been a lot of talk about the events that take place in Grant Morrison’s Batman Inc. #8 recently. And whenever big news happens in the comic book world, Midtown Comics is there to comment! If you haven’t read Batman Inc. #8 yet, you may not want to watch…

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Have you heard the exciting news that takes place in Batwoman #17? Let’s head to Midtown Comics Times Square for the full report!

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Marvel cosplayers at the Marvel Cake Boss event. Photo by Ron Gejon.

This Monday, February 18th, at 9/8c, TLC’s hit series Cake Boss celebrates over fifty years of Spider-Man with a one of a kind super heroic cake that is nothing short of amazing!

In this special episode, Buddy, the Cake Boss himself,  is summoned to Marvel Entertainment’s headquarters and takes on the ultimate super heroic challenge- create a cake worthy of Spider-Man 50th Anniversary for a special rooftop celebration brought to you by Marvel and Midtown Comics! It’s a battle of super heroes and super villains as the team struggles to complete one of their most complicated cakes ever—but just what does that mean for everyone’s favorite Friendly Neighborhood Super Hero?

Don’t miss a moment of this historic event—check out TLC’s Cake Boss on Monday, February 18th at 9/8C!

For more on TLC’s Cake Boss, please visit http://tlc.howstuffworks.com/tv/cake-boss.

Bloggerinos! Raph here, to tell you about some books that you might not be reading. Whether it’s Marvel, DC or one of the many independent publishers out there, there are some comics there worth looking at that aren’t Spider-Man or Batman. ONWARD TO THE BOOKS!

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