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Posted on June 24, 2011 by PopFunkBatman T Shirt Collection at Popfunk.com and the Washington Post. Gene Colan, creator of Dracula, Batman, Daredevil and Howard the Duck is dead at the age of 84 from complications of liver disease and cancer. Longtime friend and biographer, Clifford Meth, has confirmed the news. Among Colan’s accomplishments he is best known for the definitive work he contributed to Marvel Comics, DC Comics and in earlier days Timely Comics. AP Reporter Matt Moore reports that Colan worked on almost every major Marvel book at one point. It was in the 1960s that his vision and artistry revitalized classic comic heroes like Superman, Batman, Green Lantern at DC and Fantastic Four, The Avengers, Captain America and Daredevil at Marvel. We pay homage to Gene Colan and his rich artistic contribution with T Shirts bearing the characters that he breathed life into and shared with the world. To commemorate his legacy, find yours at Popfunk.com. Sound Off: Share your experiences with the characters Gene Colan created.
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Posted on June 21, 2011 by PopFunkhttp://www.slate.com/id/2297101/?_r=true This re-review of the Green Lantern brought to you by Warner Bros., Rotten Tomatoes.com, Dana Stevens at Slate.com and The Green Lantern T Shirt Collection at PopFunk.com The hope of any die-hard comic book reader is to see their favorite characters come to life from the pages to the big screen while maintaining the integrity of the ink and the richness of the characters. Likewise it’s the hope of production companies to create mind-blowing cinematic experiences that are larger than life. As a fan are you devoted to your characters no matter what stage they perform on? Green Lantern has a rich 71-year-history that’s greater than the combined age of the films superbly selected leads, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. We all know a critic’s job is to dissect art forms to their skeletal frames and they’re rarely impressed by all the work it takes of the artist. Who is the real judge anyway? Film Critics or Devoted Fans. Sound off on our Discussion Board: What did you think of Warner Bros. Pictures' Green Lantern? Does it get a green light?