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  • Never Let 'Em See You Rust

    Normally when you read things like "high octane adventure" it's either used as pure hyperbole or in some tongue-in-cheek manner that comes off as just plain cheesy. Not so with Rust.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Dec 9, 2011

  • Kids Love Comic Conventions, Too

    Every comic convention has some huge earth-shattering news that comes off the convention floor, right? Well the news on Wizard World Austin is this: Kids love comics and comic conventions!

    Written by Mike Bullock on Nov 17, 2011

  • Retail For All-Ages: An Interview with Randy Lander of Rogue's Gallery Comics and Games

    Mike interviews Randy Lander, owner of Rogue's Gallery Comics and Games in Austin, TX, a place where comic books have a lot of competition for the attention of youngsters.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Nov 2, 2011

  • And Now For Something Not So Different

    Mike wants to start a Kickstarter campaign to bring more attention to all-ages comics. Can this idea fly?

    Written by Mike Bullock on Oct 26, 2011

  • So Much For That...

    Mike shares his thoughts on DC's new 52 and the controversy surrounding its depiction of female characters.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Sep 28, 2011

  • Which Age Is It?

    I was walking through a local Big Box store today and passed their book section. I happened to look to my right just as I went by a sign marked "TEENAGE" denoting the books below it were considered teenager friendly. Yep, that's right, nothing gets past me.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Sep 21, 2011

  • Don't Dumb It Down!

    If you're one of those people who thinks all-ages = dumbed down, the finger Mike's wagging is aimed at you.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Sep 14, 2011

  • So... Define 'All-Ages'

    All-ages comics can be anything from a series like Muppet Babies all the way to variations of Batman and back again.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Sep 7, 2011

  • Comics Don't Like Kids, These Days

    "Kids don't like comics these days." It's a comment often heard, but nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the reality seems to be the reverse: Comics don't like kids these days.

    Written by Mike Bullock on Aug 31, 2011

  • Igniting Imagination

    The sense of awe and wonder ignited by the new, imaginative and cool stirs something in all of us. That passionate feeling is like nothing else we can experience in this life. All-Ages comic books...

    Written by Mike Bullock on Aug 24, 2011

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