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  • Sorry, and not to get too ‘Comic-Book Guy’ on you, but Thor of the Marvel comics does not wear a skirt ..

    Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My Business » Blog Archive » Behold: The New Thor

  • I can't remember that either, and a search over at the Grand Comic-Book Database doesn't reveal any credits under that name.

    The Second Coming of Captain Avenger

  • However, if they were made into a TV serial, they would be subject to the judgment of Comic-Book Man from The Simpsons, and this latest installment would likely earn from him his oft repeated honorific, “Worst...episode...ever!”

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The 'Comic-Book Store Guy' from the Simpsons cartoons. [this fellow 'Clarpet' throwing all the venom here is a fine example of this ridiculous behavior]

    Daring Fireball

  • A feature film guy is penning a new episode of The Simpsons: Seth Rogan wrote an episode we'll be reading soon, where Comic-Book Guy creates a superhero comic which then gets made into a feature film.

    Willing to Ink and Paint?

  • In the May 2008 issue of Vanity Fair, David Hajdu, author of the book The Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic-Book Scare and How It Changed America, pays homage to the “usual gang of idiots” behind Mad magazine.

    Mad Magazine

  • In my opinion, it is a Comic-Book Flick or Samurai Western, neither of which are unworthy genres to me, nor are they the highest forms of art either.

    View from the Northern Border

  • It's an important science in the comic world - I recently read up about it -"The Art Of Comic-Book Inking"

    Line Weight Hierarchy

  • Â "We have to assume the worst," he says, because he lives in Comic-Book Land, where logic is not appreciated!

    What I bought – 5 December 2007 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Planetary recapitulates the Gothic tension between the archaic and the modern -- these "dead" pulp/pop fictions are broken bones sticking up through the skin of the Oh-So-Sophisticated Modern Comic-Book World, and the Planetary team have to set them, or bury them, or at least witness them like Manfred witnessing the giant helmet.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

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