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Ryan Benjamin: Suicide Squad Vol. 4 #1 Cover (2011)

They’re a team of death-row super villains recruited by the government to take on missions so dangerous they’re sheer suicide! Harley Quinn! Deadshot! King Shark! Defeated and imprisoned, they’re being interrogated about their mission – and about who’s pulling the… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Green Arrow by Andrea Sorrentino

In the post-Flashpoint continuity (New 52), Oliver Queen is Green Arrow and he balances his own breaking of laws with his efforts to bring outlaws to justice across the globe. Queen runs Q-Core, a communications technology company that is part… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Batman by Jason Fabok

The Batman saga takes place primarily in the fictional municipality of Gotham City, a city overrun with crime, graft, and corruption. Its citizens live in perpetual fear from the vast number of criminals, gangs and common thugs. In an effort… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Katana by Juan Jose Ryp

DC’s New 52 version of Katana sees her joining Black Canary and Starling as the third member of the Birds of Prey. Katana is described as a lethal fighter who has spent the last year waging war on the Yakuza… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Blue Beetle by Meng Tian Zhang

DC Comics’ Blue Beetle stands tall in this fantastic looking piece of comic book art, courtesy of Toronto-based comic book artist Meng Tian Zhang.

Comic Book Art: Birds of Prey (Batgirl) by Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes

The Birds of Prey are definitely under attack, and by the looks of it, Batgirl doesn’t have much other choice than to surrender, in this wonderfully detailed piece of comic book art by the art team of Indonesian native Ardian… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Supergirl by Mahmud Asrar

Turkish comic book artist Mahmud Asrar (M.A.Asrar) first grabbed attention through his work on the independent anthology Digital Webbing Presents, before moving onto much bigger and better things in both the American and non-American comic book markets. For this particular… Continue Reading →

Reading Comic Books on an Android Tablet

Now armed with a bigger real estate thanks to my 9.7 inch Proline Jellybean Android Tablet (which Google says identifies as a Rockchip QPAD9700), reading digital comic books now becomes a more viable, and more importantly, more enjoyable reality. But… Continue Reading →

Comic Book Art: Batgirl by Eddy Barrows and Eber Ferreira

Plunging down the side of a tall building must be made ten times worse if you can still see who pushed you over in the first place, something made all the more real through this fantastically dramatic piece of Batgirl… Continue Reading →

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