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Part 2 of this ComicsVerse Podcast episode discusses Marvel's Uncanny X-Force by Rick Remender featuring arcs "The Dark Angel Saga" & "Apocalypse Solution."

In this interview from Flame Con 2, we talked with Steve Orlando about his works from VIRGIL to the upcoming SUPERGIRL book, and his work on MIDNIGHTER!

James Tynion IV's passion for comics comes through in our interview where we discuss his new book THE BACKSTAGERS as well as his work on DETECTIVE COMICS.

The gang at the ComicsVerse Podcast discuss Marvel's Uncanny X-Force by Rick Remender. This run features "The Dark Angel Saga" and "Apocalypse Solution."

The X-Men Minority Metaphor, minorities in comics, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X- Legendary X-Men scribe, Chris Claremont, sits down with ComicsVerse for an interview at Flame Con 2 by Geeks Out in New York City!

Artist Sophie Campbell (TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS, WET MOON) took some time to talk to us at FlameCon about recreating icons and forging new paths in the world of comic books.

Written by Marguerite Abouet and drawn by Clément Oubrerie, this colorful, refreshing, and vibrant comic follows the adventures (and many misadventures) of the eponymous character and her two best friends as they navigate adolescence.

Death. Sex. Violence. Pregnancy. Prejudice. These are only a few of the topics that Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples tackle in their epic space opera, SAGA, and just a few of the topics that we hit on in this week's episode of the... more

Comicsverse veterans review Alan Moore's volume V FOR VENDETTA and the value and veracity of its verbosity. Voila!

On this week’s episode of the ComicsVerse Podcast, contributors discuss their comic book guilty pleasures and whether or not there’s a negative connotation to the term, “guilty pleasure."

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