Tag: #1

Captain America: The Winter Soldier TRAILER 1 (2014)

Two years after the events of The Avengers, Steve Rogers resides peacefully in Washington, D.C., struggling to adapt to contemporary society. However, after a S.H.I.E.L.D. compatriot is assailed, Steve becomes entangled in a mystery that may endanger the globe. Together with Natasha Romanoff, Captain America attempts to uncover the growing machination while fending off hired hit men. When the entire scheme …

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Buy Super Bounty J1 #1 NOW! Hidden art inside!!!

Read the wacky adventures of J1, a super powerful bounty hunter who takes on Sin, a cyborg dictator! There are Mexican men in panda suits, and assassins hunting poor J1 down. Will this all make sense? Maybe. You tell me. There is also NEVER BEFORE SEEN ART & STORY inside!!!! CLICK HERE TO BUY IT! …

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NMC reviews our book Super Bounty J1 #1…!

We got ourselves another review, but this time it’s Super Bounty J1 #1, the first comic based on our mascot J1. Rumor has it he’s going to review every book in our catalog! To check out the review you can click here: http://nelomaxwell.blogspot.com/2013/04/bounty-hunter-j1-review.html?spref=fb Don’t forget to comment on the review when you get there!

J1 Studios interviews Young Justice animator, Matthew Bordenave!!

Matt, thank you for this opportunity, and I know you’ve worked on one of my favorite shows, Young Justice. What are some of the other titles or projects that you’ve had your hands in? Did you do something for Call of Duty Black Ops? Thanks I enjoy working on Young Justice a lot. I wish …

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Final page of the very first Super Bounty J1: Secret Mission short story!

It’s getting crazy! Lightning from her gloves?? I didn’t know J1 could do that! Kate K. Milo is really showing us a fun time with her spin on the SBJ1 universe. Check out the conclusion of this crazy adventure! What is in the secret box? Click HERE to read the next page OR just click …

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Discuss: What is so exciting about #1s?

With MarvelNow! just around the corner, and a year out from the beginning of DC Comics’ New 52 launch, what is the big deal with #1 issues? If they happen organically, great, but when it’s a jaded attempt to get people to buy more of your books, especially when a goodly number of your titles …

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