DC Comic’s Deathstroke #11, released this week, is entitled “Chicago” for what the Justice League marketer bills as “an unflinching look at gun violence in America.”
And on top of the other charges, you’re also an accessory to Sean Penn’s crimes against journalism.
A Washington Examiner writer was able to piece together a conclusion on the eternal question of who shot first, Han or Greedo, by the latest Star Wars poster released.
Part Daredevil, part Deadpool, part Zach Galifianakis, the red spandex-ed Guardian Shield patrols the mean streets of Beaverton on the lookout for crime.
This week Congress Democrats introduced a bill to outlaw the marketing of guns and gun brands to the country’s youth on clothes or by making guns that appeal to kids.
Archie is set to die in Wednesday’s installment of “Life with Archie” by saving his…
Brazilian artist Butcher Billy mashed together comic villains with who he sees as real life villains in a gallery he calls “The Legion of Real Life Supervillains.” While most of the real life figures are hands down universally evil human beings — I mean real pieces of shit — there’s a couple curveballs in there.
Nasir Abas went from freedom fighter to weapons instructor to Islamic nationalist to key intelligence informant for the Indonesian police. He also wrote a comic book about the evils of killing in the name of faith, and it’s coming out this Friday. Uh, in Indonesia, anyway.
In the midst of a revolution Private Davy is offered a chance to change the odds for his budding country. Shortly after the Battle of Stony Point on a hot July night, does he take a gift from a mysterious stranger, which would give him and his comrades an obvious advantage, and change the ways of
It was supposed to be a lazy summer day for not-your-typical 11-year-old girl – nothing but TV and video games – until three older teens had to spoil the fun, but not to worry friends. Why?, you might ask. Because she grabs her gun in this week’s comic.