Captain America on Nightline tonight

Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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9 Responses

  1. Michael H. Price says:

    Some of the most consistently RIGHT genre spoofs I've seen — and "sui generis," on top of that. The wordplay and the shadowplay make for a most rewarding combination. That stare-down sequence toward the end of this episode, along with its abrupt resolution, is a gem.

  2. Lee Houston, Junior says:

    Great series. Have been throughly entertained by each installment thus far. But being new to this feature, what is the back story, if any, of the title characters?

    • Mike Gold says:

      Lee, I'm going to leave that to Andrew. He checks these comments regularly, so hang in there and I'm sure he'll speak volumes…… as he's busy at work preparing the all-new S&A graphic novel – in color, no less – for free right here at ComicMix!And that's my hype for the day…

      • Marilee J. Layman says:

        Mike, how do I get to issues other than the first and the current? Clicking on the hyperlink at the top of the page takes me to to the first issue; clicking on the picture showing on the front page takes me to the current issue. Neither have links to the second, and I don't see an index anywhere.

    • Andrew Pepoy says:

      Hi! Thanks for the kind comments. Glad you like S&A. You can read more about both S&A here at ComicMix in Martha's article of a few weeks back (should be searchable) or at, their official website. The 30-page story of how these two met was serialized in 3 comics over two titles a while back, so it would be tricky to find, but will be re-presented here at ComicMix in January, and all for FREE, just before the new, color stories will start. Hope you'll keep following S&A here to see what their story is.

  3. Marilee J. Layman says:

    I'm really enjoying this. I don't read a lot of this kind of comic, and I can tell I won't like most of the others, but I like this a lot.

    • Neil says:

      They had links at the top to all issues so far, but removed them. I preferred them there. If you go to the Comics page, though, you can see all installments for all of the comics.

  4. Neil says:

    My favorite episode so far. The stool-lemming was priceless.