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About Scott Stewart

Scott Stewart has spent 38 of his 42 years on earth with his nose in comic books. From the moment he laid eyes on the Justice League, he was hooked. Since then, his interests have evolved to include Star Wars and National League baseball, while his love of comics has grown exponentially. Scott used to be a newspaper reporter by day, like Clark Kent but without the Kansas roots. He calls the suburbs of Toronto home, lists The Shawshank Redemption as his favourite movie and tweets from @themindofscott on a regular basis.

Latest Posts | By Scott Stewart
Inside Gotham #1: Batman 29, Batwoman 6, and More
3 months ago

Inside Gotham #1: Batman 29, Batwoman 6, and More

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Gotham

Welcome to the first installment of Inside Gotham, where we’ll look at all the books involving members of the Bat Family every week. We’re tripling up with a look at …
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Review: Mister Miracle #1 (Spoilers)
4 months ago

Review: Mister Miracle #1 (Spoilers)

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Mister Miracle

In the fall of 1986, I walked into my local comic shop and spied the first issue of a new series on the shelf. The book, adorned with a yellow …
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Review: Newsboy Legion/Boy Commandos Special #1 (Spoilers)
4 months ago

Review: Newsboy Legion/Boy Commandos Special #1 (Spoilers)

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Newsboy Legion

Veteran creator Howard Chaykin brought together Jack Kirby’s wartime kid groups for the first time in a one-shot special from DC Comics this week, but after reading the book I wish he hadn’t.

Image Comics takes home four Eisners
4 months ago

Image Comics takes home four Eisners

Eisner

 

Image Comics brought home four Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards last Friday night at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con International.

Saga brought home the Best Continuing Series award …
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Review: Batman #27 (Spoilers)
4 months ago

Review: Batman #27 (Spoilers)

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Batman #27

Tom King has done something in 20 pages that writers for nearly 60 years have been able to do…he a story about Kite Man worth reading. The Batman writer took the …
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Review: Batman ’66  Meets The Legion of Super-Heroes #1 (Spoilers)
4 months ago

Review: Batman ’66 Meets The Legion of Super-Heroes #1 (Spoilers)

Batman '66 Meets The Legion of Super-Heroes

Oh, Allred clan, why are your books so much fun?

The talented trio of writer Lee, artist Mike and colourist Laura have been killing it on the Bug! The Adventures …
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Image Comics announces SDCC schedules
4 months ago

Image Comics announces SDCC schedules

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Image Comics is pleased to return to San Diego this year for San Diego Comic-Con on Wednesday, July 19th through Sunday, July 23rd. Please note: updates to the schedule …
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Review: Bug! The Adventures of Forager #3 (Spoilers)
4 months ago

Review: Bug! The Adventures of Forager #3 (Spoilers)

Forager #3

 

The Allred clan are back with part three of Forager’s fever dream, and the wackiness continued unabated from the previous two installments.

Forager and Kuzuko, the little girl with …
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Review: Batman/Elmer Fudd (Spoilers)
5 months ago

Review: Batman/Elmer Fudd (Spoilers)

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Batman/Elmer Fudd

I’ll admit I was initially skeptical when I heard that DC characters were crossing over with their compatriots from the world of Looney Tunes. I mean, it couldn’t possibly work, …
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Review: Batman #25 War of Jokes and Riddles (Spoilers)
5 months ago

Review: Batman #25 War of Jokes and Riddles (Spoilers)

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Batman #25

The opening salvo in the War of Jokes and Riddles was right on target.

The nefarious villains take centre stage in Batman 25, the first chapter of a previously untold …
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Review: Bug! The Adventures of Forager #2 (Spoilers)
5 months ago

Review: Bug! The Adventures of Forager #2 (Spoilers)

Forager

After reading the first two issues of the Forager mini-series, two things are obvious to me: the Allreds are big fans of Jack Kirby, and they must be having an …
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Baruchel joins Chapterhouse Comics as Chief Creative Officer
5 months ago

Baruchel joins Chapterhouse Comics as Chief Creative Officer

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Baruchel

Canadian Actor Jay Baruchel, star of films like The Trotsky and How To Train Your Dragon, has joined Chapterhouse Comics as investor, owner and Chief Creative Officer.

“What started …
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