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Preview Titan’s Omnibus Edition Of Alien Legion: Dead & Buried

Alien Legion: Dead & Buried, a massive 368 page graphic novel omnibus collection of the classic comics, arrives September 3rd from Titan Comics, written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Larry Stroman and Randy Emberli, colors by John Wellington, and letters by Phil Felix. Titan describe the book thus: When your planet is torn apart […]

Four Color Roots Part 5: A Misspent Youth At Early ‘90s Comic Cons

By Christopher Smith In this, the fifth installment of our ongoing column series, Christopher Smith takes us on a tour through his own back pages as a comics fan, going down unexpected dark alleys and digressions. Focusing only on the comics and pop-cultural touchstones he experienced at the time, he reconsiders their (at times unlikely) influence […]

Chuck Dixon’s Punisher Vs Dinosaurs Vs Conservatives

Back in 2007, Chuck Dixon wrote of Marvel EIC Axel Alonso, “were Axel to become the king of the world it would not affect my standing at Marvel one iota. I’m blacklisted…. “It’s the same reason that you have for wanting me blacklisted. I am apparently an intolerant, hate-filled bigot. And it is as petty as […]

Watch The Trailer For The First Alien Legion In Fifteen Years From Titan

Alien Legion: Uncivil War #1 lands on June 25th, a single-issue series from Titan Comics written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Larry Stroman, and Carl Potts and colors by Tom Mason. The series brings back the original creators on Alien Legion, Dixon and Potts, in all new stories for the first time in 15 […]

Frank Miller Would Like Another Stab At Captain America. Would Marvel Let Him?

Chuck Dixon is a prominent conservative comic book writer. Paul Rivoche is a comic book artist. Together, they fight liberals. They wrote a joint article published in the Wall Street Journal taking comics, specifically superhero comics to task for being too liberal, taking the 2011 issue of Superman where he rejected his US citizenship as […]

Chuck Dixon’s Winterworld, Defrosted From IDW In June

Chuck Dixon and Jorge Zaffino‘s Winterworld series, originally published by Marvel, is being revived from June by IDW, joined by artist Butch Guice. They’d previously republished the original Winterworld and its new sequel Wintersea, about a frozen planet, but there was still the third part of the series, previously referred to as Winterwar. This could […]

Friday Runaround – Millar Per Hour

WALK THIS WAY The Hollywood Reporter on Duncan Fegredo and Mark Millar‘s new creator owned comic, MPH; The new book follows four 19-year olds who get their hands on a street drug that gives them the ability to move at light-speed for seven days — all set in present-day Detroit. Millar promises no costumes and no […]

Anatomy Lesson – Nightwing #25 – The Boys By Chuck Dixon And Scott McDaniel

Brandon Thomas writes for Bleeding Cool: “The Boys” by Chuck Dixon & Scott McDaniel Excuse me if you’ve heard this before—but Chuck Dixon is the reason I write comics… It was his panel on the Ten Commandments of Comic Book Writing that provided the first true spark, diverting my attention away from a writing life […]

The New Alien Legion Comics – But What About The Old One?

Titan Comics announced a new Alien Legion comic, at San Diego Comic Con. Bleeding Cool had the scoop. From Carl Potts and Larry Stroman. So what of these pages from an unpublished planned story, originally scheduled to come out from Dark Horse, written by Chuck Dixon, drawn by Larry Stroman and inked by Carl Potts? […]

What Will DC Comic Creators See From Man Of Steel?

A conversation between superfan Michael Grabois and writer of Superman Birthright writer Mark Waid went like this… @mgrabois Dude, I didn’t even get a free ticket. Are you kidding me? It’s DC. Even Marvel invites me to the movies. — Mark Waid (@MarkWaid) June 14, 2013   @mgrabois DC no longer pays creators for that […]

As Batman Fights Bane, Chuck Dixon Rocks The War Charts

Earlier today, Chuck Dixon was brought into the current poltical culture snafu of Bane sounding like Mitt Romney’s previous employer Bain, and Batman being painted as the ultimate conservative against the Occupy Gotham movement in the new film The Dark Knight Rises. And how the creation of the Bane character is just free advertising for […]

Chuck Dixon, Rush Limbaugh, Bane, Bain And The Dark Knight Rises

The intersection of political controversy and the mainstream comic book scene is rarely uninteresting these days, but this one — which has been building for several days and hit a crescendo today as Rush Limbaugh weighed in — qualifies for its own chapter in the book of you can’t make this stuff up. Let’s put the pieces […]

Chuck Dixon’s Seal Team Six Number One War Book On Kindle

It’s still not a comic. But maybe it should be. Because Seal Teal Six, an ebook by Chuck Dixon published by Dynamite Entertainment is currently the best selling war book on the Amazon Kindle. Admittedly that means its only number 196 on the whole chart. But that’s out of over 100,000, so… It’s possible the […]

Claimbusters: Who Is Chuck Dixon?

That’s the question that headlines the front page of the Dixonverse, Chuck Dixon’s online home.  According to the site, “Chuck Dixon is recognized across the industry as the most prolific writer working in comics today.” Hmm… there are quite a few writers that would disagree with that. For example, Brian Michael Bendis’ name pops up […]

The First Chapter Of Chuck Dixon’s Seal Team Six Novel

As you heard about on Bleeding Cool yesterday, Dynamite is publishing Chuck Dixon’s Seal Team Six novel on the Kindle for a cool 99 cents. And if that’s still not cheap enough, we’re proud to present his first chapter absolutely free.