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No Star Wars Comics From Dark Horse After 2013? Looks Like It.

Dark Horse To Lose Star Wars Comics In 2013?

Since the Disney/Star Wars purchase in October comic fans have wondered what it might mean for Dark Horse and their line of Star Wars comics? Well, it looks like we have our answer…

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What Does The Disney Purchase Of Lucasfilm Mean For Dark Horse Star Wars Comics?

The internet-breaking news that Disney’s has purchased Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion has a certain ring of familiarity to comic fans, just 3 years ago Disney purchased Marvel for roughly the same amount ($4.0 billion). And after fans come-to and recover from the conjoined news that Disney has every intent to make episodes 7, 8, and 9 plus more another familiar question comes to mind, what does this mean for the comics?

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Disney & Marvel Finally Cross Over. On Phineas And Ferb.

  • July 31, 2012 2:02 am
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The Disney and Marvel crossovers have been surprisingly quite since their coming together back in 2009; the movies have done pretty well and the Marvel block on Disney XD is good but we still haven’t seen Disney characters and Marvel characters coming together to fight crime and sing songs, until now.

Well, now as in a preview for summer 2013.

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Darkwing Duck # 18 Review

  • November 11, 2011 3:01 pm
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Darkwing and company team up to beat the bad guys and rescue an old friend.

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Darkwing Duck #16 Review

  • September 25, 2011 6:39 pm
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The Purple Powerhouse battles his foe Suff-Rage for his life and his friend Launchpad in the Mayorial Election.

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Darkwing Duck #10 Review

Darkwing continues to try and get used to working with those he usually fights, as he and Steelbeak try and foil FOWL’s plan to raise the mighty Duckthulu from the mystic realms to the unsuspecting (and can’t catch a break) city of St. Canard. Our heroes are split in three groups- DW and Steelbeak (along with new ally, the foxy (literally) Femme Appeal) fight FOWL’s’s furious flunkies (great, now I’M talking like Darkwing), Goslyn as Quiverwing Quack tries to break in to the base with long suffering sidekick/friend Honker, and Magica and Launchpad try and find some more clues about how to stop the mystic madness.

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Darkwing Duck Annual #1 Review

  • March 6, 2011 11:48 pm
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Boom Studios is continuing their triumphant return of the Disney cartoon hero with Darkwing Duck Annual #1. The annual has a back up by Tad Stones, who was instrumental in creating Darkwing in the first place, all those years ago.

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Darkwing Duck #7 Review

Boom Studios is on quite the roll with their ongoing Darkwing Duck series. The current story arc features Darkwing’s arch enemy, Negaduck, teamed with Disney villain Magica Despell. They have captured versions of Darkwing Duck from many different Earths, brainwashed them, and turned them loose on Darkwing’s city of St. Canard. Continuing their comic spoofs, this is called the Crisis of Infinite Darkwings. The cover that I got is even a tribute to the famed Golden Age cover of Batman and Robin swinging over the city, now replaced by Darkwing and GosmoDuck.

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Darkwing Duck #6 Review

Boom! Comics continues one of my old favorities as they continue the adventures of Darkwing Duck. This is the Crisis of Infinite Darkwings, continuing their plays on comic titles. NegaDuck and Magica de Spell are dimension-hopping, collecting Darkwing Dopplegangers, hyponitizing them, and turning them loose on St. Canard, wreaking havoc and destroying DW’s good name. There is also something odd going on with the water, as it seems to keep coming to life and grabbing people, but the enraged (and easily led) citizenry are blaming Darkwing for that, too. DW finally decides to take action, and embarks on a plan for he and Morgana to track down the water-hazard quite publicly at a press conference.

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Cover of the Week: February 3, 2010

  • February 3, 2010 3:39 pm
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Every Wednesday I pick my favorite cover from all the comic books that came out during the week…today’s pick goes to Stefano Turconi’s cover to Disney’s Hero Squad: Ultraheroes #01 (Cover C).

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Interview with Mile High Comics creator Chuck Rozanski

  • October 18, 2009 3:35 pm
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Mile High Comics' Littleton Location

Mile High Comics’ Littleton Location

Anyone who’s visited Denver Colorado and searched for a good store has heard of this place. Hell, a lot of people who have never been to Denver have heard of this place. Mile High Comics has been around since 1969, which makes it 40 years old. MHC was started by Chuck Rozanski in his parents basement when he was just 13 years old. 40 years and a few million comics later, MHC is now the worlds largest online retailer of back issue comics. MHC has done a lot for the industry we know and love, whether it be their incredible assortment of hard to find comics for rock bottom prices (thanks to their newsletter discounts), or the fact that they have helped many small publishers gain territory in the industry, MHC has stuck around regardless of market fluctuations, changes in consumer buying patterns, and the ever present lack of widespread interest in our hobby known as comic books. I spoke with Chuck Rozanski about numerous topics, from Disney’s acquisition of Marvel to Chuck’s most prized issues in his personal collection, and here is what he had to say:

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Top 5 Comic Book Fan Q & A about the Disney Marvel buy

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve already heard the Internet-breaking fan-hysteria-inducing news; the Disney Corp. has bought Marvel Comics. Well, A few weeks have passed by…and no, it wasn’t all a weird dream, it happened (well, technically not yet, but it will). If you search for “Disney buys Marvel” in Google you’ll get 4,770,000 search results, so there’s enough content on the subject, but here I wanted to condense some of the confusion and give you the Top 5 Comic Book Fan Questions & Answers about the future of Marvel Comics, a now subsidiary company of Disney Corp. (feels so weird to say that). These questions were picked for there relevance to the actual comics themselves and will hopefully shed some light on what to expect.
* Disclaimer – these questions and answers are compiled from research and opinions of people much more plugged in than me mixed with my personal opinions. I’ll link to all sources as to give you an idea of where these answers come from; however, understand that nothing is set in stone and these are just best guesses.

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