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‘Luke Cage’ Boss Reveals First Three ‘Gang Starr’-Inspired Episode Titles

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More than another Defender series, Luke Cage is building a tremendous amount of anticipation for its musical stylings, including Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad composing. Episode titles are even named for hip-hop duo Gang Starr, for which showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker now reveals the first three.

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Run the Jewels Score ‘Black Panther’ Companion Piece [VIDEO]

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Run the Jewels have teamed up with famed journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates for the second installment of the 'Black Panther' reboot, which hit stores May 11.

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On the Cheap: Get ‘Shaft,’ ‘Django/Zorro’ and More in This Week’s Humble Bundle

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This week marked the release of Shaft: Imitation of Life, the second miniseries about the legendary private eye from Dynamite, and if you somehow missed out on the first series --- one of last year's best minis --- then here's a bit of good timing for you. This week's Humble Bundle features David F. Walker and Bilquis Eveley's Shaft: A Complicated Man.

But it's not alone, either. For fifteen bucks, you can grab everything that's on offer, including Garth Ennis and Aaron Campbell's The Shadow: Fires of Creation, a collaboration between Neil Gaiman and Alice Cooper, and one of the most enjoyable crossovers in a long while, Django/Zorro.

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How Dynamite’s New James Bond Comic Creates a 007 We Haven’t Seen Before

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James Bond doesn’t even show up until you’re surprisingly deep into the new comic book series that bears his name.

The first issue opens with a man on the run. We see this man’s terrified, panicked face...

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Ta-Nehisi Coates, Brian Stelfreeze Take on New ‘Black Panther’ Series at Marvel

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We all knew a Black Panther title had to be on the way from Marvel, given the character's upcoming movie appearance in Captain America: Civil War. We also knew it was a title the publisher had to get right. Black Panther is arguably the most important black superhero in comics, not just because he's the first, and not just because of the resonance of his name, but because his strength, status, and ingenuity mark him out as an icon of black excellence. Marvel needed to pick a creative team that showed due respect to everything the character stands for.

Today Marvel revealed that writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and artist Brian Stelfreeze are the creative team for a brand new Black Panther series. Hey, Marvel; good job.

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Marvel Comics Pays Tribute to Classic Albums With Hip-Hop Variant Covers [PHOTOS]

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Marvel Comics pays tribute to classic rap album covers in this amazing new "Hip-Hop Variant" project.

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57 Years Ago: Superspy James Bond Made His Comics Debut

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On this day in 1958, the world’s most famous MI6 Agent took to the world of comics for the first time, as Ian Fleming’s James Bond brought his hard-drinking, womanizing, spy-killing adventures to the pages of UK newspaper The Daily Express just five years after the launch of the novels with Casino Royale.

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James Bond Will Return as Dynamite Gives Warren Ellis and Jason Masters License to Kill

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Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con 2015, Dynamite has announced that writer Warren Ellis and artist Jason Masters will be the creative team on a new James Bond ongoing series this November. Having acquired the James Bond licence last year --- it was one of Dynamite's SDCC announcements for 2014 --- the publisher will launch the series, titled James Bond 007, starting this November.

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Holy Hell, ‘Daredevil’ Season 2 Cast The Punisher With ‘Walking Dead’ Star Jon Bernthal!

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Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil has sparked plenty of rumors and speculation that The Punisher might make his MCU debut, but never had we thought Season 2 had already cast him, and so well! The Walking Dead alum Jon Bernthal will officially take Frank Castle into the MCU, donning a white skull as Daredevil Season 2's take on The Punisher.

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‘Hip Hop Family Tree’ Becomes Fantagraphics’ First Monthly Series in August

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Ed Piskor's Hip-Hop Family Tree, the ongoing hip-hop-history series from Fantagraphics that has til now come out on an irregular schedule, will this August become the first monthly series published by the company. Both written and drawn by Piskor, each volume of the series has traced a few years in the history of hi-hop, covering the rise of performers including Run DMC and Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.

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Category: Comics, Music

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