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A forgotten figure from the distant and obscure past emerges to welcome Matt Murdock to San Francisco the only way he knows how.
You will not believe what happens here. Ales Kot continues to blow us away.
There’s a new Justice League in town. Actually, it’s out of town. Up in Canada.
I know this site is a good place, but are there any other places you guys could recommend?
Wikipedia, Marvel Wiki, DC Wiki, and The Comic Book Database
Honestly? Engaging in discussions with other fans will be the most beneficial.
@UberZman: The wiki here is great, but the OG Wiki site (wikipedia) is great. It's perfect.
I have to agree with JediXMan. I have learned more about all things comic related by talking with other comic lovers and the manager of my comic shop :)
Wikipedia's pretty useful. There's a page, usually quite extensive too, dedicated to most characters, teams, and stories. Comics one of the most meticulously documented things on the internet.
Talk to fans, like Jedi said. Keep in mind their tastes and you'll find the heroes you like.
at first try wikipedia, then on go on to this site's wiki. then afterwards, talk to people here, read the topics and battles on the forums, ask questions and obviously
START READING COMICS!
Have you thought about reading comic books? I understand there are quite a few comic books with heroes in them.
He could not be American. Super heroes aren't as popular outside of the U.S from what I've heard.
@muhabba: Well, I would like to read some comic books, but is there perhaps a good website that can give me access to some? That would be eaisier for me. Also, any suggestions of comics to read?
@Everyone else: Thanks for the tips!
@UberZman: Digital Comics - Comics by comiXology
Use your keyboard!
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