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Time Warp Comics Celebrates 35 Years on Free Comic Book Day

4 months ago by Teague Bohlen
Time Warp Comics' Wayne Winsett talks about the life of a comic book store owner after 35 years in the pop-culture business.
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DiNK Announces More 2019 Guests

7 months ago by Teague Bohlen
DiNK is making its artistic mark on Denver the weekend of April 13 to 14, at the McNichols Building. Start making your plans now.
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In 1969, Stan Lee Told Angry Readers That Comics Must Stand Up for Civil Rights

9 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
From Lee and Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko and John Romita and many more came the great flowering of ‘60s superheroes, the ones who seemed like human beings in ways that Superman or Batman didn’t
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Seven Singular Ways Stan Lee Changed the World

9 months ago by Teague Bohlen
How exactly did Stan Lee change the world? In remembrance of “The Man” and his work, let us count the ways.
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Yes, Infinity War Goes On Forever, but Thanos Makes It Worth the Time

1 year ago by Alan Scherstuhl
This epic, the first of two final Avengers films, finds the Class of ‘12 — the core Avengers — getting together for one last rager, joined by select newbies and spazzes from the ranks of sophomores and freshmen
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Get Ready: Frank Miller Is Coming to Denver Comic Con

2 years ago by Teague Bohlen
The Denver Comic Con announced on February 27 that it will host a very special guest at its 2018 iteration—none other than Frank Miller.
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100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Stevon Lucero

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
The work of Denver painter Stevon Lucero is driven by a deeply spiritual awareness, resulting in imagery that expresses both his ancient cultural heritage and something even more personal from the world between the conscious and the subconscious.
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Lonnie MF Allen

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Lonnie Allen found his comic-art stride as a high-schooler dabbling in zines and mini-comics, eventually coming up through the ranks in the local comix scene, where he’s long been a regular among Denver’s close-knit cartooning community.
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Rape Choreography Makes Films Safer, but Still Takes a Toll on Cast and Crew

2 years ago by April Wolfe
From Game of Thrones to The Handmaid's Tale, narratives of sexual assault have become particularly common in film and TV lately. But rarely do we think about the filmmakers, actors and crew who make on-screen rapes happen. How do they feel? Are they tired of rape scenes? Or could portraying rape could actually be a positive thing?
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Charlie La Greca

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
#90: Charlie La Greca Charlie La Greca lives and breathes all things comic book — and then some. A comic artist and one-time inker for D.C. Comics, as well as a first-class nerd, he’s an original founder of Denver Comic Con who’s moved on the create the smaller, more artist-driven...

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