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"Gravity Falls" creator Alex Hirsch and animator Dana Terrace hilariously reimagine presidential candidates as pocket monsters.
As voters in the U.S. help steer the course of the 2016 presidential race, CBR spotlights comics that take a very different look at politics.
Post disagrees with cartoonist, says candidates' kids aren't "fair game"! Shakeup at Action Lab! Comics gifts for non-comics readers! Plus more!
The venerable humor publication shares a Jeff Kruse/Ward Sutton strip zinging "Campaign Quotes That Would Be Refreshing."
Observers questioned Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz for saying that "Watchmen" character Rorschach was one of his top five superheroes.
Jeff Weaver, owner of Victory Comics in Falls Church, Virginia, has a new gig: managing Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign.
Between prepping "The Avengers 2" and the "S.H.I.E.L.D." TV series, Joss Whedon found time to endorse Mitt Romney for President, finding common, post-apocalyptic ground with the candidate.
This week: a look at what's good and bad about alt comics and where they should be heading; mystery artists from the 1950s; and Bo Diddley, artificial scarcity, primordial disease and a slew of other notes in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Reminiscing about a screw-up project and what can and can't be done about them; Williamson/Frazetta comics plus ads of the 1950s; why the candidate pickings are slim; plus Gene Colan, "Speed Racer" and other notes. UPDATED