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CBR has advance reviews of new comics on sale this week: Marvel's "New Avengers" #48 and Vertigo's "Greatest Hits" #4. What did reviewers Timothy Callahan and James Hunt think of these comics? Read on.
Scholar, teacher, CBR Reviewer and "Grant Morrison: The Early Years" author Timothy Callahan edits a powerful collection of analytical essays on DC's legendary Legion of Super-Heroes; its history, reinvention and fans.
Everything winds down, but why are there still so many people? The adventures end, artwork ends up MIA, no ponies are to be found, Jaime Reyes goes home with Tim and awards are given.
In which Timothy can be found cruisin' the Comic-Con International floor looking for trouble with a fresh-from-Arizona sidekick, a wad of cash and a hankering for some genuine "Hallucinatory Pop Art."
"Watchmen." Friday in San Diego. "Watchmen." The air was brisk, the lines were long, and the parties. The parties were just getting started. "Watchmen."
Timothy Callahan and television's Ryan Callahan don't punch anyone in the face - not even Pikachu! - during the entire first full day of Comic-Con International in San Diego. Not even Pikachu!
CBR's Timothy Callahan will be offering his own perspective on the show each day, starting with preview night. Imagine, if you will, thousands of comic book fans feverishly waiting for a hint of where a line might be forming...