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PoP!ulation Appreciation Month: jaydee74. March is PoP! Appreciation Month,
and every Friday we will be featuring a different member of our extended family, …

Search Results whitworth : Panels on Pages

X-Men First Class: Days of Future Past. Tomer: Okay, I think I prefer the knowing-
all emotionless nerd Jerry Whitworth of. WUMB over this horny metal predator…

Search Results whitworth : Panels on Pages

Mar 27, 2011 … Holy Crap, Remember…Comic Universe Handbooks? In MY day, we didn’t have
the Internet to enable you to look up information on comic …

Johnny Whitworth : Panels on Pages

Jun 12, 2012 … Clean Slate – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Clean Slate keeps rolling with
episode 2, as The Guzmaniac, gives a second chance to the 3D …

PoP! Interview - Jimmie Robinson

PoP! Interview – Jimmie Robinson

PoP! sits down with Jimmie Robinson to talk about how he broke into the industry, his career and the success he found in Bomb Queen.

PoP! Interview: Jay Faerber

PoP! Interview: Jay Faerber

The writer of the coolest superhero soap opera this side of Smallville sat down with Panels on Pages to talk about the future of his characters, Superman’s virility and what to keep an eye for in PoP!’s inaugural interview.

The PoP!ulation Forums • View topic – What Are You Watching?

Tomer: Okay, I think I prefer the knowing-all emotionless nerd Jerry Whitworth of
WUMB over this horny metal predator… Image. User avatar

The PoP!ulation Forums • View topic – Emoticons

Tomer: Okay, I think I prefer the knowing-all emotionless nerd Jerry Whitworth of
WUMB over this horny metal predator… Image. User avatar

The PoP!ulation Forums • View topic – Batman: Arkham City

Tomer: Okay, I think I prefer the knowing-all emotionless nerd Jerry Whitworth of
WUMB over this horny metal predator… Image. User avatar

Holy Crap! Remember... Dial H for Hero?!

Holy Crap! Remember… Dial H for Hero?!

Sockamagee! A nerdy kid becomes a superhero in freaky circumstances? Could it be another ’60s brain child of the House of Ideas?