In this new ZINE installment, Andrew and Gregg give their review of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, after attending the red carpet US premiere!

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In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Midtown Comics is holding a sale for UP TO 75% OFF EVERYTHING, with a portion of proceeds being donated to the Susan G. Komen Organization! We’d like to help find a cure for this disease and support a great foundation that can provide both treatment and assistance. Any purchase made between 10/21-10/27 will be eligible for UP TO 75% OFF and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen! Help support a great cause and catch up on some reading with these great deals!

 

Our first live streamed podcast was a lot of fun and now it’s here for you to enjoy!  Recorded immediately after our signing Thursday, we are joined by Batman & American Vampire writer Scott Snyder and a surprise visit from Sean Gordon Murphy.  We discuss the secret origin of how Scott got his Batman writing gig, what he thinks of Jared Leto’s Joker, plus the possibility of a DK4?

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DC Comics has announced their newest theme variants for March – Movie Poster Variants! We’re guessing you’ve seen some of these by now, which feature covers inspired by classic movie posters such as North by Northwest, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Matrix, and more! You can view all of the variant covers below and find the entire release list here!

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Midtown Comics has created another fun contest for you to enter! This time, we’re giving away all 22 DC Comics Lego Covers to one lucky winner! Complete your entire collection of these rare DC variants by entering our contest today! This contest will last from 12/04/14 – 12/19/14. You can only enter the contest once, but can build up more entries by Liking our page on Facebook, Following us on Twitter, Following us on Pinterest, and Tweeting at us daily about the contest. You can also now gain more entries by referring your friends or signing up for our newsletter as well!

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By Jacobus Dixon

It was bad enough having to contend with Captain Marvel, but now Superman-DC (the nickname given to comics from National Allied Publications and Detective Comics Inc. as they unofficially merged) had to deal with Captain America as well. One was a living childhood fantasy; the other was a super-idealized form of what happens when you mix nationalism and super heroics. Yeah, Superman’s great, but he’s a grown up while Captain Marvel is actually still a kid doing amazing things. And it’s fun watching Batman and Robin take on the Joker with nothing but their manpower and wits, but Captain America is fighting the real threat of German spies. While both Batman and Superman are certainly not devoid of neither childhood fantasy nor real world danger (or at least as real as it gets in terms of comic book writing), those subjects did not feature as strongly in their stories. So how did they contend with characters that used them as a solid foundation?

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