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A Wave Blue World Teams w/ Writer A. David Lewis to Bring 1st Muslim Superhero “Kismet, Man of Fate” Back to Life

Kismet, the First Muslim Superhero, Returns in a Weekly Online Series Having debuted in 1944’s Bomber Comics #1, “Kismet, Man of Fate” never had his own fate revealed despite being comic books’ first Muslim superhero. Over seventy years passed between his last adventure fighting Nazis behind the front lines in war-time

PopCultHQ’s Kickstarter Spotlight: ‘JUPITER JET’ by Jason Inman, Ashley Victoria Robinson

A girl with a jetpack. Her genius brother. The villain who hunts them. And a mystery... Welcome to another edition of PopCultHQ's Kickstarter Spotlight! Our intent is to help raise awareness of Kickstarter campaigns by indie creators of ones we feel you should be aware, hot titles or issues to watch, or ones WE support and

PopCultHQ Comic Book Review: ‘Red Dog’ #2 from 451 Media Group (Out 1/11)

PopCultHQ received a preview copy of Red Dog #2 from 451 Media Group. In stores on January 11th, the creative team for this new series features writing from director/screenwriter Rob Cohen (XXX, Fast and the Furious) and writer Andi Ewington (Exmortis, Forty-Five), pencils by Robert Atkins (G.I. Joe), inks by Brian Shearer, Ernest Jocson, and

Zenescope Hits Motor City Comic Con This Weekend With “Robyn Hood: I Love NY”

Zenescope Entertainment will be revealing printed cover art surrounding the newest adventures of the company’s bad ass archer, Robyn Hood, at Motor City Comic Con May 13th- May 15th, Booth #303. Zenescope will be releasing Limited Edition Cover Art Prints for Robyn Hood: I Love NY, which will hit shelves in June with

PopCultHQ Comic Book Review – Grimm Fairy Tales #122 by Zenescope (Out 5/11/16)

PopCultHQ received a preview copy of Grimm Fairy Tales #122 from Zenescope Entertainment. In stores on May 11, the creative team for this new mature readers series features writing from Pat Shand, artist Chris Johnson, colorist Erick Arciniega, and lettered by Ghost Glyph Studios. Here is PopCultHQ’s spoiler-free review of Grimm Fairy Tales #122... PopCultHQ’s