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Deep Inside New York Comic Con 2010: Sunday

Two words to describe this year's New York Comic Con: Awesome. Clusterfuck. With attendance reportedly jumping from 77,000 at the February 2009 event to 90,000 for this month's extravaganza -- no doubt thanks in part to an 18-month hiatus and the simult...

Getting My Portrait Drawn By Herb Trimpe

One of my favorite comic book artists growing up and the greatest artist ever to draw The Incredible Hulk, Herb Trimpe has always had a signature style that dazzled me. I recently interviewed Trimpe for ADD, but beyond that the one thing I really wanted wa...

Within The Core Of Big Apple Comic Con ’09

I have been a lifelong comic book fan, so whenever a major event rolls into town I show up, all cash blazing. And with the economic downturn, conventions now offer great bargains for comics fans seeking back issues, toys and other merchandise. I love divin...

Herb Trimpe: If It Ain’t Fun, It Ain’t Comics

One of Marvel Comics' premiere artists, Herb Trimpe became renowned in the Seventies for drawing The Incredible Hulk. While Jack Kirby co-created the big green goliath, it was Trimpe who gave him his greatest, most memorable form. Through his distinct visu...