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If you thought comic book collecting was an expensive and all-consuming hobby, you don’t know the half of it.

Friday, 12 December 2014 12:00

TPub: Twisted Dark, Volume 3

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CC2K is back again with another review of Twisted Dark by TPublications. Why? Because CC2K’s Laura Hong has basically enjoyed every comic sent her way by the team and can’t stop reporting on it. You can check out her previous review of Twisted Dark: Volume 2. For those who don’t already know, the series is a collection of one-shots written by Neil Gibson and illustrated by various artists. Now without further delay, here is a look at Twisted Dark: Volume 3

CC2K is teaming up with the creators of Elena: Divinity Rising in an exclusive giveaway!

CC2K’s Laura Hong shares her thoughts on the recent announcement that NBC has halted production on TV series Constantine after its initial 13-episode order.

NYCC'14 was a huge success. The past few weeks we've seen a lot of articles about cosplayers and what not, but here at CC2K we pride ourselves with only the best. So, come and check out part 2 of Cosplay and things you missed.

Wednesday, 12 November 2014 11:00

Elena: Divinity Rising #1

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Move aside, Jason Bourne! There’s a new CIA agent in town, and she’s anything but ordinary.

Big Ross examines a common trope used in bringing comic book characters to the small screen, and why it should be banished to the Phantom Zone.

Thursday, 06 November 2014 09:00

TPub: Twisted Dark, Volume 2

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CC2K is back with more Twisted Dark by TPublications! You can check out our previous review of Twisted Dark: Volume 1 by our very own Gary M. Kenny here. For those who don’t know, the Twisted Dark series is a collection of one-shots written by Neil Gibson and illustrated by various artists. Today I’ll be going over Volume 2.

Here at NYCC'14 we've seen some amazing cosplay. Lucky for us, this trio had a little time to talk to us about why they cosplay!

 

We can agree services like Netflix, hulu, amazon, etc. have changed the ways we watch our shows. Imagine if we could access our comic collection the same way? ComicBlitz wants to form this into reality. Say goodbye to piles of comics locked up in storage and say hello to books you never could get into because they were just too expensive.