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Review: Sweet Tooth #40
5 years ago

Review: Sweet Tooth #40

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In this final issue of Sweet Tooth we see what has become of both the hybrids and the humans since the standoff in Alaska. Battles have been fought, loved ones have been lost, but the hybrids have ultimately flourished. They’ve formed their own community, with Gus as protector. They live with the land now and aim to be different than the humans. They accept the humans as friends as the humans enter their final days. It’s a story of love, loss, hope, fear, and of the antlered boy and the man who protected him.

Review: Star Wars #1, by Brian Wood and Carlos D’Anda
5 years ago

Review: Star Wars #1, by Brian Wood and Carlos D’Anda

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There have been so many Star Wars comics over the past twenty-odd years that it might be hard to get excited about a new one. With the acquisition of …
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Gone in a Flash
5 years ago

Gone in a Flash

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In this scene from Flash #221, we see who Flash’s friends were in 1973. The reconditioned continuity of the New 52, caused by Barry’s reaction to Professor Zoom’s crimes …
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Review: Superior Spider-Man #1 by Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman
5 years ago

Review: Superior Spider-Man #1 by Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman

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There has been a lot of talk about the new status quo facing the Spider-Man titles, and not all of it has been positive. The body-swap of Peter Parker …
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New Images of Jim Starlin’s Secret DC Comics Series
5 years ago

New Images of Jim Starlin’s Secret DC Comics Series

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Last month Jim Starlin, the man responsible for bringing Thanos into the Marvel universe, announced on his Facebook page that he was writing a secret ongoing for DC Comics. The DC …
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Madefire: The Future of Comics?
5 years ago

Madefire: The Future of Comics?

Madefire: The future of comics?

Where are comics heading at as an art form? Is Madefire a step forward in the evolution of the medium or is it a mere fad?

Comics are an hybrid …
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Review: Number 13 #0 and #1 by Robert Love and David Walker
5 years ago

Review: Number 13 #0 and #1 by Robert Love and David Walker

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Number 13 (Dark Horse Comics)

Written by: Robert Love and David Walker

Art by: Robert Love

Retails for: $3.99

In Issues #0 and #1 of Dark Horse Comic’s Number 13, …
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Review: Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake #1
5 years ago

Review: Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake #1

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Cover #1

Written and illustrated by Natasha Allegri

“The Sweater Bandit”

Written and illustrated by Noelle Stevenson

Retails for $3.99

If you browsed art-driven websites like DeviantArt, you probably viewed a few …
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Review: Plume #1 – Webcomic Turned Comic Book
5 years ago

Review: Plume #1 – Webcomic Turned Comic Book

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Former webcomic turned print comic Plume tells us the story of Vesper Grey and her supernatural bodyguard Corrick in creator K. Lynn Smith’s own version of the Wild West. While on the quest to recover Vesper’s father’s life work, the two encounter new friends, new enemies, and the wilderness that the Wild West really is. Fresh off the success of the Plume Kickstarter, the book is now making its home at Devil’s Due Publishing for the duration of the five issue miniseries.

Review: Punk Rock Jesus
5 years ago

Review: Punk Rock Jesus

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In a near-future where reality TV is king, J2 is the next big thing. DNA from the Shroud of Turin is supposedly used to create a clone of Jesus Christ and his childhood will be broadcast live to the masses. Some see it as the Second Coming and others as an abomination, but the nation is enthralled by the young Chris. Under constant scrutiny and pressure, Chris, the Jesus clone, eventually rebels …

Review: The Manhattan Projects #8
5 years ago

Review: The Manhattan Projects #8

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Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra are crafting a story of insanity and science the features some of the greatest scientific minds of the 20th century, or at least versions of them. Einstein, Feynman, Von Braun, and more are present as the famed group behind the atomic bomb delves into more nefarious and otherworldly technology, like wormholes, death Buddhist powered teleportation, and the first artificial intelligence, that of FDR.

Kingdom Come … Again
5 years ago

Kingdom Come … Again

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I received an iPad this holiday season. I’ve long been on the Apple fence and I love my iPhone, but I’ve always resisted taking the plunge on an iPad. …
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