Tagged: comics

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Ad Blockers, Saving Data and Time?

I use ad blockers. I block ads. I’m not even ashamed about it. I’m not anti-ads, I just want to browse the web quickly and efficiently. Don’t we all? More and more research is bearing it out that ad-filled sites use more data, bandwidth and load time. Not cool.

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SUPERSQUAD for espnW IMPACT25

For their annual IMPACT25, espnW teamed up with Marvel Comics artists to transform the honorees into a SUPERSQUAD! What do you get when espnW IMPACT25 honorees Carli Lloyd, Lydia Ko, Serena Williams, Ronda Rousey and Misty Copeland join forces with...

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It’s Just Not Cricket, Nature!

Flashback to a few years ago when I had broken up with a live-in boyfriend, had a new apartment with a lovely patio and was trying to enjoy the change of seasons… I might respect all living creatures, but sorry...

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Racebent Justice League …s

Facebook’s “On This Day” reminded me twice this week of some Justice League art I’ve enjoyed over the years. But oddly on nearly the same day a few years apart. In case you aren’t familiar with the concept of racebending…...

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Screenshot Sherlock

Web comic CommitStrip–a blog relating the daily trials of web developers–shares an experience common to many of us. We’ve all done it. Especially when someone is using their desktop for a video tutorial or sharing it in a streaming meeting....

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Yoncé: The Last Airbender

It’s already known that in addition to Beyoncé’s many talents, most notably being always on beat, and possibly also controlling the weather. But tumblr user flawlessvevo takes it one step further and re-imagines her as not just running the world,...

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comics: What if Peter Parker were Black?

Based off of a musing on tumblr, artist Plintoon draws four panels from a very good “What If?” idea. A lot of people talk about how it’s time for a “Black Spider-Man” while not nearly as many articles discuss why...

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42: immortalized in pixels

Well, this was certainly a nice surprise to wake up to. I’ve been immortalized in webcomic form! As a result of donating to his Kickstarter, Tony Breed–who is already a pretty awesome fellow all-round and possessed of amazing facial hair—drew...

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fitness: Okay, now be serious

Today’s “Pearls Before Swine” strip by Stephan Pastis perfectly portrays my reaction the first time I ever heard about spinning.

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gallery: X-Men – Days of Future Past

Empire Magazine has an exclusive cover gallery featuring 25 covers devoted to the upcoming movie “X-Men: Days of Future Past”, calling it “the biggest ever superhero movie”. Now while I’d be lying if I said the geek in me isn’t...

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comics: Insufferable

“Insufferable” from Thrillbent: What happens when you’re a crimefighter and your sidekick grows up to be an arrogant, ungrateful douchebag? What on Earth could draw the two of you back together again?

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comics: Oh, Remy…

After hearing about the latest Gambit series from Brian Andersen on Facebook, I decided to check it for myself. Let’s just say, after the Daredevil Annual, the first page of his series is a welcome change, or at least a...

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comics/race: Daredevil Annual 2012

This is pw(m)c1 from the Marvel’s latest Daredevil Annual, a story featuring the title character with appearances by ClanDestine. I don’t normally read Daredevil. I think the character is cool, but the mostly “street-level hero” background doesn’t always appeal to...

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video: O… M… M?

It seems that our nation is constantly giving me reason to whip out one of my favorite scenes from The Simpsons. One Million Moms has decided to rally their members against J. C. Penney… again.