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The Walking Dead Panel at the New Jersey Comic Expo

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Major Dodson (Sam Anderson), Steve Coulter (Reg Monroe), and Lew Temple (Axel) talk about their time on The Walking Dead On November 20th, the New Jersey Comic Expo hosted a panel on The Walking Dead featuring actors Major Dodson, Steve Coulter, and Lew Temple.  ECHOBASE was there for the panel and got to hear their stories […]

Comparing Doctor Strange: Comic Book vs Movie

Christopher Peruzzi
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Only Good Things Deserve “Cumberbatch-ing” There are few things a real comic book fanboy can do to get his superhero rush jonesing more than watching the Doctor Strange movie. They are the following: Getting art lessons from Steve Ditko, actually receiving real super powers, and dating someone that gets your juices flowing – in that […]

Ant-Man’s Fluid Physics

Militant Ginger
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Wait… Ant-Man’s physics MAKE NO SENSE!   Last summer’s Ant-Man was one of the unexpected delights of the Marvel cinematic universe. Not only did it give us the one founding member The Avengers had been missing (albeit in the form of a different incarnation of the hero) it was also one of the funniest, and […]

Marvel’s Monsters are Awesome

Christopher Peruzzi
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Marvel deserves a lot of Credit for Bringing Monsters Back to Comics I had to write this article. I wasn’t going to, but it’s Halloween today and I owe it to you. First of all, comic books and horror stories go together like peanut butter and jelly, death and taxes, sex and headaches… Well, strike […]

The Quest for the Super Soldier Formula

Christopher Peruzzi
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The One Shot Miracle to a Perfect Body Following Marvel Comics is like beginning a lifelong adventure into fantasy and pseudo-science. That’s not meant to be an insult. Just as I can say that every man, woman, and child following Star Trek needs to know most of the science in the show is just made […]

New York Comic Con 2016: In Pictures

Militant Ginger
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Militant_Ginger, Lady_Lorelai and Queseramara descended on New York Comic Con this weekend. The biggest and most exciting geek culture event on the east coast, New York Comic Con takes over the Big Apple every October, and this year was no different. Queseramara and Lady_Lorelai rocked out some matching Thor and Loki cosplay this year, and I followed them around […]

The Softer Side to Marvel’s Bad Guys

Christopher Peruzzi
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Not a Wretched Hive of Scum and Villainy When we were children some parents said comic books would rot our brains out. I don’t know any of those parents. My dad was cool, he kept comic books in our camper for long trips. My dad wasn’t a comic book maniac, but he did pick up […]

Netflix’s Luke Cage Versus Marvel’s Power Man

Christopher Peruzzi
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Coulter’s Cage is the Power Man for a New Millennium When Marvel comics had its second renaissance in the seventies, new and vibrant characters came to the forefront. Of the most popular was Luke Cage: Hero for Hire. Luke Cage, aka Power Man, was a hero for the times. He was Harlem’s local avenger representing […]

Luke Cage is why we can’t have nice things…

Militant Ginger
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The third of Netflix’s Marvel-themed shows debuted this week, and Luke Cage has fans and critics entranced. As our own ModCon02 described it: “All signs pointed to ‘Luke Cage’ being another win in the already rich Marvel/Netflix partnership, and Sweet Christmas was I right.” For me, I’m interested in the show’s success after the heated debate we […]

‘Luke Cage’ Brings The Ruckus To Netflix

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Back in March I said all signs pointed to ‘Luke Cage’ being another win in the already rich Marvel/Netflix partnership, and Sweet Christmas was I right.   ‘Luke Cage’ debuted on Friday September 30th and then Netflix went down on Saturday, October 1st. Overload from ‘Cage’ bingewatchers? Could be, comrades. Could be. The Twittersphere was […]

Four of the Best Marriages in the Marvel Universe

Christopher Peruzzi
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Marriage isn’t easy – especially in comics. Oh sure, I hear some grumblings in the back seats of the Internet about how Dagwood and Blondie managed to keep their marriage together especially after the “Giant Submarine Sandwich” argument of 1945, but that might be the exception. For every Dagwood and Blondie success, we have at […]