Once they made movies from comics. Now comics seem like little more than another merchandising platform. Here are some thoughts on how to change that perception.
Home from work, Allison recalls her intimate kiss with Brian that night in Washington D.C.
Brian an Eric make a trip to the Cleveland Metroparks to dig up the mysterious Jack.
Allison and Brian haven’t seen each other in a week. Now, they find themselves wandering through the women’s swimwear department of Sears, catching up on lost time.
Brian and Eric cruise to the mall for Tom Petty tickets, and Brian recalls an intimate memory with Allison.
Kate drives down to the Cleveland Metroparks to spend time riding with her horse, Kenny, and to reflect on what the future holds for her.
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Brian’s reaction to Kate’s great news about a summer internship has him wondering who he really wants to be with. He turns to the one person he trusts with his innermost feelings: his best friend, Eric.
Allison makes her way back to Sears to finish her work shift. Along the way, she tries on some shades, hears the new Echo & the Bunnymen, and gets hit on my an older guy.
Popdose presents “Legendary,” a serial novel with art and music. Chapter 3: 1987. Kate just received an important internship for the summer. Does Brian care?
Popdose presents “Legendary,” a serial novel with art and music. Chapter 2: It’s 1987. Meet Brian, just your average typical teenage boy who is torn between Allison, his best friend, and Kate, his girlfriend.
An honored publication returns in digital form with a new name. Popdose spoke with founder of digital magazine New Jersey Arts, Gary Wien.
Popdose presents “Legendary,” a serial novel with art and music. Chapter 1: It’s 1987. Meet Allison, a girl who’s just gotten through the worst year of her life.
This summer, Popdose presents “Legendary,” a serial novel set in the 80s. Written by Scott Malchus, it will run from May to August.
Is Paul Stanley’s epitaph: “Loving father and husband; asshole bandmate?”
Lisa is a woman trying to blend in. She’s trying to stay on the right side of the law. She wants to be good. She really wants the superhero that keeps hounding her to leave her alone.