If you grew up in the 1970s and 1980s reading American superhero comic books, some of this might be very familiar to you. (We decided not to include Snapper Carr in the lonely category of “Sidekicks”.) (With thanks to MemoryUnderground.com ) Click the image to view the full-sized map.
North Dakota in the United States has legislation which specifically allows flying drones used for policing to be equipped with Tasers, pepper spray and rubber bullets. This is not new thinking. Comic books both in the US and Japan have long considered militarised robots, although ordinarily on a gargantuan scale for visual effect. (For the
Imaginary Stocks To Buy An investment review of the fictional corporations of comic books and manga DG Stewart, 18 July 2016 In 2011, Forbes, a business magazine, listed the twenty-five fictional companies out of the realm of comic books and manga, there were only three that made the cut in Forbes’ list: a. Wayne Enterprises
Project Nemesis #1-6 (review) (American Gothic Press, October 2015 – June 2016) Writer: Jeremy Robinson American Gothic Press’ “Project Nemesis” is a comic book adaptation of the same-titled novel. “Project Nemesis” starts with two plot springboards: a. the murder of a young Japanese girl named Maigo; and b. the discovery of what seems like the