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Teen Titans: Raven

Teen Titans: Raven


There are lots of great, new comics listed on WestfieldComics.com. KC Carlson looks at some of his favorites from Marvel and DC including Teen Titans: Raven, War of the Realms, Six Days: The incredible True Story of D-Day’s Lost Chapter, and Thanos.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Legacy (No, Not Mine)


Captain America #695

Captain America #695


Marvel’s Legacy initiative is in full swing and Wayne Markley takes a look at some of his favorite titles so far including Captain America, Deadpool, Moon Knight, and more.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: On To infinity…


Avengers vs. Thanos

Avengers vs. Thanos



Westfield’s Wayne Markley takes a look at the history of Marvel’s Mad Titan, Thanos!

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: Cosmic, man!


Guardians of the Galaxy by Abnett & Lanning: The Complete Collection

Guardians of the Galaxy by Abnett & Lanning: The Complete Collection



Westfield’s Roger Ash takes a look at some upcoming books starring Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Thanos.

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Nova


Thanos Imperative #6

Thanos Imperative #6



Westfield’s Roger Ash takes a look at Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Nova, and shares his love for Marvel’s cosmic characters.

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KC Column: The Never-Ending Story Part 1


KC flanked by former Legionnaire artists, Cory Carani & Jeff Moy

by KC Carlson

Though we may be inundated by it in current superhero comic books, long-form serialized storytelling is nothing new.

The idea of telling a long-form storyline as a series of chapters originally dates back to somewhere between the mid-8th and the mid-13th century. The work in question? One Thousand and One Nights, more colloquially known in English as the Arabian Nights. They are actually a series of independent stories gathered together with a framing device, but as originally told, each story was shared over a period of nights, including some kind of “cliffhanger” ending, which would be resolved the following night. Some of the more famous of the stories include “Aladdin’s Wonderful Lamp”, “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves”, and “The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor”, all of which are probably much better known to several generations of American children as the basis for three very memorable (and historically important) Popeye the Sailor cartoons.

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