In the 70s, Spider-Man was fighting bad sex education

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Saturday 3 May 2014

What, since when did Spider-Man start fighting bad sex education? Well, why, in the mid-70s, a parenthood group commissioned a one-off comic of Spider-Man waging mayhem upon a villain with the evil scheme of, er, using misleading birth control information to sign up teens as pregnant ‘baby machines’— aka ‘changing diapers, going nowhere in dead-end […]

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Cute series imagines Spider-man and Venom when they were childhood buddies

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Saturday 1 February 2014

Oh, childhood. Those were the days when mortal enemies were the best of friends. When We Were Kids, is a series by Turkey-based artist Riza Turker wherein he imagines the childhoods of famous superheroes and anime characters. One of his most consistent work in the series is that of Spider-Man and Venom. We know what […]

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Superhero Amigurumi: knits for nerds

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By Adri Cowan in New Trends on Saturday 4 September 2010

Iron Man, Wonder Woman, the X-Men, Doctor Who and Frodo never looked so cute! These soft, adorable, and delightfully geeky ‘amigurumi’ (Japanese miniature knit dolls) created by Lady Lindsay make a sweet gift for the comic fan or movie buff in your world, even if that person is you. Or me — I’ll take Batman and The Joker for the win.

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Khary Randolph

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By Kareem Black in New Illustration on Monday 29 March 2010

I went to SVA with Khary Randolph. I thought that i could draw before I met this dude. Khary is absolutely amazing as an illustrator. I swear dude was drawing comics for marvel while he was still in college (this may not be true, but it sure as hell seemed that way). Dude was that good.

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