Oct. 31st, 2015

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UNCANNY X-MEN #600 preview. Two pages from next week's issue. Nearly all the X-Men want to talk to Hank McCoy, including his younger self.

“[I]t was bumped until after Secret Wars for editorial and commercial reasons. Not my call. This was marvel. But they have their reasons. It will not effect the story or the impact of the story. In fact it may have more impact on how things shake out after my run.” Brian Michael Bendis.

We all care about you, Henry. )
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Well, it's 31st October, and in some cultures, that makes it the eve of All Hallow's in the Chritian calendar, perhaps better known as Hallowe'en.

Some celebrate it as a solemn festival of remembrance, others see it as a time celebrate all things spooky and scary.

So with that in mind, let's make today the day you post from your favourite scary comics or stories. The ones that made you want to sleep with the lights on afterwards... if indeed you could sleep at all.

Tomb of Dracula? Sandman? The Spectre? A Junjo Ito tale? Something we've never even heard of before!

I'm starting with something truly horrific )
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"They have the best intentions — to keep their city safe. But I think Gotham City is a particular place, known for being one of the most dangerous cities. So you have these teenagers who get to the point where they've had enough. They want to be part of something bigger, to be part of a legacy, to be part of something that does good for the place they live in.

But for a 14- to 17-year-old kid, the concept of what they can do to be a hero, and what defines heroism is something that's interesting to me, looking through the eyes of this book.

We have the chance to tackle a lot of different approaches. It's not just about putting on the domino mask and jumping around. It's about, what can you do to make your city a better place?
" - Lee Bermejo

Writer: Lee Bermejo
Artists: Jorge Corona & Khary Randolph
Breakdowns: Rob Haynes
Colorists: Trish Mulvihill & Emilio Lopez

Read More... )
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One last Halloween offering...

One of the thing I loved about John Ostrander and Tim Mandrake's SPECTRE is that they didn't shy away from the horrific heritage of the Spectre, or the full range of his power, or the theological and philosohical ramifications. The Spectre was a murdered detective's ghost given special abilities by God Himself (or an all-powerful Voice that could keep Jim's soul from entering the afterlife--close enough, surely.)...to stop evil. ALL evil.

A "troubled soul" indeed.

Troubled enough to seek spiritual help...

Read more... )

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Posting this has become sort a semi-Halloween tradition so without further do, Junji Ito's most famous story.

Scans under the cut... )
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Here's one page from a 7 page XXXENOPHILE Halloween story. It is a "take" on an old Celtic legend. With sex.

Lover's grasp )


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