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  • Carver Center graduate returns to Towson for art exhibit opening

    Orpheus Collar, a 2004 graduate of the George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, will present an artist's talk for students and sign copies of his new book in the Carver Center Gallery, 938 York Road, Towson, on Wednesday, Oct. 10, noon to 2 p.m.
  • 'Superman' author's gay-rights opposition prompts local boycott

    'Superman' author's gay-rights opposition prompts local boycott
    A Baltimore comic store has joined the growing public outcry over DC Comics' decision to hire a gay-marriage opponent and author to write part of the coming "Adventures of Superman" series. Joining many shops nationwide, Gorilla King Comics in Fells...

    Baltimore Comic-Con 2011: Stan Lee has no super powers, but plenty of super ideas

    Baltimore Comic-Con 2011: Stan Lee has no super powers, but plenty of super ideas
    Stan Lee is one proud father these days. You'd be proud, too, if your progeny included Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor and the Fantastic Four — characters whose films routinely bring in a few hundred million dollars at the movie box office. Not that Lee...

    Baltimore Comic-Con 2011: DC Comics bets on 'New 52'

    Baltimore Comic-Con 2011: DC Comics bets on 'New 52'
    Jeremy Adams has two parties planned for his Federal Hill comics store this month. One will celebrate this weekend's annual convergence of the comics world on Charm City. The other will anticipate a risky, game-changing strategy that could determine the...

    Comic books net $3.5 million at auction

    Comic books net $3.5 million at auction
    A stash of classic comic books -- the kind that most kids tossed in the back of their closets -- was sold for $3.5 million at an auction Wednesday in New York, according to USA Today. The top price of about $523,000 was paid for a copy of Detective Comics...