K-ON!!!!  “Dust In The Wind” Fan Fiction: Part 2.

K-ON!!!! “Dust In The Wind” Fan Fiction: Part 2.

Back in 2007 Kakifly released the first story of K-ON! And this photo of Mio and Ritsu in their first year of high school after forming the Light Music Club showcases what a lot of 15 year old girls would do with some photos. Note the tabs on the corners for putting it in an album—hey, its 2007, digital was blooming, but people still liked albums…!

Last time, Ritsu witnessed the coming together of “The Wakaba Girls” and their popularity as a band. She saw old friends and spoke with a new. Nao warned her that Mio was not ready—ready for

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Comic Book Review: Uncanny #1

Comic Book Review: Uncanny #1

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I usually dislike reviewing single issues of a comic books as I feel that you can’t get a right feel for the comic based solely on one issue and some of the problems you may have in one issue may be resolved by the next one, making your complaints moot. But I decided to make an exception for this particular title as it sort of came out of no where and got my attention almost instantly. 

For the longest time now I’ve had this need to read a heist comic book, I tried Thief of Thieves and while it was solid,

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K-ON!!!! “Dust In The Wind” Fan Fiction.

K-ON!!!! “Dust In The Wind” Fan Fiction.

Taken from the Manga by Kakifly. From left to right are Ui, Nao, Azusa, Sumire and Jun–The Wakaba Girls!

The fan fiction…there are so many out there, but this one is mine. A fantasy written by a fan of a show, character, book, etc… How would I see these characters? This is what the writer of a fan fiction would say before they put pen to paper.
The intention is not to break copyrights or piss off other fans; it is to let the fans share their own ideas or fantasy of what they would do with their favorite characters—its also

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Comic Book Review: Avengers Vol 1 Avengers World

Comic Book Review: Avengers Vol 1 Avengers World

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I think it’s fair to say that Jonathan Hickman is the Grant Morrison of Marvel, both of these writers have a reputation for writing stories that are very out there, trippy, esoteric and not very accessible to everyone and Hickman’s first volume of Avengers proves this. If you’re not a fan of very grand scale, dense, dry, sci-fi and cosmic stories, you will not like this book at all; in fact you will down right hate and despise it. Though even if you do like all of those things, this is a book you need to read multiple times to truly

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Artist Profile: DC Bombshells Designer – Ant Lucia

Artist Profile: DC Bombshells Designer – Ant Lucia

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As you guys already know, my favorite art style is 50′s propaganda.  I love the bold slogans and the minimalist artwork.

I’ve already seen Ant Lucia’s work on the web before and I loved his Star Wars pieces.  After I found out he was designing DC’s Bombshells statue, I had to talk to him about his work!

NerdSociety (NS): How did you end up working with DC Direct for the Bombshells line?
Ant Lucia (AL): I met the DC Collectibles team at C2E2 in Chicago back in 2011. They discovered my Artist Alley table and mentioned a project they might want …

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Hello Kitty Teams up with DC Comics

Hello Kitty Teams up with DC Comics

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Sanrio, DC Entertainment and Warner Brothers entered into a licensing agreement recently to produce a line of Hello Kitty products depicting the cartoon feline dressed up as different DC superhero characters. The line will feature the usual Hello Kitty fare: stationery, clothing and accessories, but will also include food items, stuff like brushes and shampoo, and publishing which possibly means the next installment in the Dark Knight franchise (just kidding).  Viz Media has a new Hello Kitty graphic novel coming out this fall so it should only be a matter of time before the Bat Kitty hits the shelves.

The promotional …

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  • Q & A with Scott Lobdell & Greg Capullo

    Q & A with Scott Lobdell & Greg Capullo

  • Screening of Batman Deathwish Short Film

    Screening of Batman Deathwish Short Film

  • Lady Death's Brian Pulido

    Lady Death's Brian Pulido

  • Sin City Steampunk Accessories booth

    Sin City Steampunk Accessories booth

  • Greg Capullo signing

    Greg Capullo signing

  • Cosplayer Ivy Doomkitty

    Cosplayer Ivy Doomkitty

  • The Hill Family Yard Sale comic book store

    The Hill Family Yard Sale comic book store

  • My Little Pony's Tony Fleecs

    My Little Pony's Tony Fleecs

  • The New Cover Artist for Star Wars Legacy

    The New Cover Artist for Star Wars Legacy

  • Laughing Moon Productions

    Laughing Moon Productions

  • Waiting Patiently for Jim Lee

    Waiting Patiently for Jim Lee

  • Star Wars Shwag

    Star Wars Shwag

  • Joel Gomez

    Joel Gomez

Amazing! Las Vegas Comic Con 2013 Highlights

The aptly named Amazing! Las Vegas Comic Convention was held at the South Point casino over the past weekend. Fans lined up and came in droves to buy shwag but also to see special guests like Stan Lee, Jim Lee and Greg Capullo. There were rows and rows of booths and artists’ tables as well and if your feet got tired from all the walking around, you could take a break and check out one of the many panels offered like various Q&A’s with artists like Batman’s Greg Capullo, writers like the Uncanny Xmen’s Rick Remender or indie comic film screenings …

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Comic Book Review: X-Men Days of Future Past TPB

Comic Book Review: X-Men Days of Future Past TPB

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X-Men Days of Future Past is one of the most renowned X-Men stories ever told. Its part of the critically acclaimed run by writer Chris Clermont and the final story drawn by John Byrne in collaboration with Clermont. For these reasons and because of the movie coming out in about a year, I decided to check this one out and see just what makes it so good and to get an idea as to how will it translate to the big screen. After reading it I hope to god they don’t do a straight up adaptation…

The first thing you should

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TV Show Review: Avengers Assemble Premiere

TV Show Review: Avengers Assemble Premiere

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We all knew this one was coming for a long time now. The new Avengers show that was given birth to once EMH was shoot in the head and left to bleed out in a dark alley. I was just as skeptical as anyone else, especially with the posters looking like amateur fan art or the promos looking like Ultimate Spider-Man. And now that the first two episodes of Avengers Assemble are out I have to say…. I kinda like it…. Now I know it has a very long way to go before it can reach the level of EMH, but

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Amazing! Las Vegas Comic Convention – June 14-16, 2013

Amazing! Las Vegas Comic Convention – June 14-16, 2013

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If you’ll be in Vegas around the beginning of summer, you can stop in to the South Point Hotel & Casino just south of all the main activity on the Strip, and check out the Amazing! Las Vegas Comic Convention.

Special guests include Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Batman’s Greg Capullo, Uncanny Avengers’  writer Rick Remender, Deadpool writer Gerry Duggan, My Little Pony’s Tony Fleecs,  Superman and Teen Titans’ Scott Lobdell, as well as Humberto Ramos, penciler of Spiderman, and other artists like Star Wars and Transformers artist Livio Ramondelli. There is an extremely long list of exhibitors and artists, …

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