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Author Archives: Chris Fox
While we didn’t get any big news about Star Wars: Episode VII at San Diego Comic Con, Marvel did announce that beginning next year they would be releasing three Star Wars titles: Star Wars: Princess Leia, Star Wars: Darth Vader, … Continue reading
San Diego Comic Con is more than just big movie news. There is a lot of small screen promotion too. From Disney and ABC’s small screen, we were given glimpses into what Season 2 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will look … Continue reading
In an attempt to curb the inevitable backlash at the announcement that the Star Wars comics would be leaving Dark Horse, Marvel was quick to remind everyone that the comics set in a galaxy far, far away started with them. … Continue reading
I don’t usually buy individual comic issues anymore. But the other day, I read a post from Marvel saying that Figment #1 has sold out and has gone back to the printers for a second printing and my eyebrow rose. … Continue reading