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Thursday, March 05, 2009 

Thirtieth Comic Book Carnival











Welcome to the March 5, 2009 edition of the comic book carnival. Here are the entries for this month.






Jay Villaverde presents Batman History | Origin of Batman posted at Comic Book Superheroes, saying, "Batman is one of the most well known superheroes or comic book characters of any sort. His character has spawned television series, cartoons and multiple major movies. Although he was not the first superhero to ever be introduced, he was among the first early handful of them. Batman was a popular and well received character right from the start, so it is of no real surprise that his character still resonates with the public after all of these decades."





S├ębastien Dardenne presents howtodrawfantasy.com » How to draw elves posted at howtodrawfantasy.com, saying, "Blog on fantasy related drawing tutorials in comicbook style."





Adam presents On Webcomics, Making Money, and Art posted at Cloud Culture.





Teflon presents MoltenThought's Comic Cavalcade - Strikeforce: Morituri # 4 posted at MoltenThought II.





Britannica presents Rare 1st Superman Comic for Sale Today posted at Britannica Blog.





Tali presents Super Pinups - Making the World a Safer, Sexier Place posted at Tali, saying, "While I have to admit I do love Iron Man and Batman, there just isn't anything like a female super hero, saving the day and the world, all the while looking sexy and glamorous, long hair blowing in the wind."



Jason Zuckerman presents Kindling a Comic Apocalypse posted at Jay Zuck's Sketch of the Day.

Josh Payne presents Mug Shot Look-alikes: X-Men Edition posted at Bowl of Granola.


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