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Review: Wonder Woman #18
5 years ago

Review: Wonder Woman #18

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After last month’s terse – and somewhat dramatic – reunion between Diana and her former mentor, War, Wonder Woman #18 splits the pair up again, to excellent results. While Diana is …
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Review: All-New X-Men #9
5 years ago

Review: All-New X-Men #9

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At first glance, All-New X-Men #9  is a step in the right direction. The issue opens with The Originals and Kitty in Time Square, marveling at what the future is like. …
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Review: Captain Marvel #11
5 years ago

Review: Captain Marvel #11

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In some ways, Carol Danvers is Marvel’s version of Wonder Woman. She has super strength, she can fly, and she has a position on her world’s premiere super team. She’s …
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Indiegogo Alert: 27: Crossroad Blues, Director James Cooper
5 years ago

Indiegogo Alert: 27: Crossroad Blues, Director James Cooper

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Get excited, everyone. Get really, really excited. On March 20th, 2013, the film adaptation of Image Comcis’ 27: Crossroad Blues (by writer Charles Soule) goes live. It will be an intense month long, …
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Hawken: Genesis Digital 1st is Available NOW on Comixology!
5 years ago

Hawken: Genesis Digital 1st is Available NOW on Comixology!

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‘HAWKEN: GENESIS’ DIGITAL FIRST IS AVAILABLE NOW ON COMIXOLOGY!

Los Angeles, CA (March 20, 2013) – A week before the print edition is scheduled to hit, award-winning …
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Review: Invincible #101
5 years ago

Review: Invincible #101

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Invincible is Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley’s own unique look at superheroes. Mark Grayson is a young man that can fly and lift a mountain, but he still has to make tough decisions. His most recent decisions have led to the past story arc known as “The Death of Everyone”. …

Review: Constantine #1
5 years ago

Review: Constantine #1

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DC Comics is no stranger to canceling and relaunching titles. The New 52 is more or less based on that very act. Still, it was a shock four months …
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Review: Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray #1
5 years ago

Review: Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray #1

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Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray is the story of master thief Fabian Gray. He’s been possessed by five literary “ghosts”: The Archer, The Vampire, The Samurai, The Detective, and The Wizard. Fabian can access the unique of each ghost at will, greatly aiding him in his heists. Writer Frank Barbiere and artist Chris Mooneyham use some classic characters and an exciting story to show us one man battling his demons, both real and figurative.

Animated Grimm Fairy Tales Pilot Is Up, Stars Lena Headey
5 years ago

Animated Grimm Fairy Tales Pilot Is Up, Stars Lena Headey

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Last year to commemorate the 75th issue of their fabled horror series with the scantily clad ladies, Grimm Fairy Tales, Zenescope Entertainment held a Kickstarter to generate …
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Comic Review: The Private Eye #1
5 years ago

Comic Review: The Private Eye #1

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When Marcos Martin left the acclaimed Daredevil relaunch after just a handful of eye-poppingly gorgeous issues, readers had to take consolation with the rumored reason for the departure—that the …
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Relive Your Childhood With Mini Comics Included Kickstarter
5 years ago

Relive Your Childhood With Mini Comics Included Kickstarter

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If you grew up during the 1980s, waking up every Saturday morning to watch all your favorite cartoons with a big bowl of sugary cereal to slurp …
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Saint Chaos Coming from eR Studios
5 years ago

Saint Chaos Coming from eR Studios

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From eR Studios comes Saint Chaos, a new project by Noah Dorsey, co-creator of Image’s Non-Humans, and Zsombor Huszka, artist of R.E.M. Saint Chaos is an urban epic that’s sometimes dark comedy, sometimes tragedy, intellectual, and always brutal.

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