Midtown Bloggerinos! It’s Raph, here this week with a special Q&A with Paul Cornell, writer of Captain Britain & MI-13, Doctor Who and this week’s Action Comics 900! (Special Thanks to David Hyde and Austin Trunick!) This was a great opportunity for me, as I’ve been a Superman fan since I was about 3 and Christopher Reeve in his light blue Superman suit told Lois Lane (and a very young impressionable boy) that he was “a friend”, before soaring into the night sky. Superman was, and still is, my favorite  character. I’ve joked with a couple of friends and comic creators that I’ll be writing Action Comics #1000, but for now, let’s take a look at 900. There will be some minor spoilers, but I’ll try to keep it as sparse as possible for the benefit of those who don’t get to the book before this review.

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Marvel’s latest promo for the upcoming THOR film isn’t your typical commercial. It’s better!

If you haven’t been reading DETECTIVE COMICS recently you NEED TO! Scott Snyder, Jock and Francesco Francavilla have been knocking these recent issues out of the park! DC’s The Source Blog takes a look at Scott Snyder and Jock’s collaboration process on DETECTIVE COMICS.

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Greeting Merry Midtown Men and Women! For the past few months, the Ultimate Universe has had a foreboding banner on its two main books. Both Ultimate Comics Spider-Man and Ultimate Comics Avengers vs. Ultimates have featured the banner: The Death of Spider-Man! Not a hoax! Not a dream!

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Hello Midtown Bloggerines, I’m back this week to give you some Twee-views (Comic Reviews in 140 characters or less), and talk about something near and dear to most of our hearts: characters we love that no one else does.
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This week Thor and Dimitrios go over some of their favorite pics from  the list of 2011 Eisner Awards nominees and Thor gets a one on one interview with an anonymous whistle blower with some top-secret information about Marvel Comics!

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