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REVIEW – Trashed, by Derf Backderf

Pitched as an “ode to the crap job of all crap jobs,” Trashed, a new graphic novel by powerhouse (and slightly twisted) creator Derf Backderf hits the stands this week. Part traditional narrative, part documentary overview, Trashed offers standout art, engaging characters, and a surprisingly poignant commentary on our throwaway culture. Here’s the official world […]

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BLUE BEETLE/BOOSTER GOLD Film Being Made!

It looks like DC/Warner Bros are at it again, but this time they have brought in both Blue Beetle and Booster Gold to their superhero franchise, which is currently in development according to Tracking Board. Not only that but it seems like they will team up both Booster Gold and Blue Beetle in the same film just like they do in the comics which makes […]

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Revival #30 Review

30 issues in and Revival #30 looks to be going strong. That said, there are a few changes in tone and general presentation here that may be a cause of concern. Not least of all because the title seems to be prolonging itself a little too much… The official description from Image: After the devastating […]

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Sparks Nevada: Marshal on Mars #2 Review

As the second issue, Sparks Nevada: Marshal on Mars #2 has a lot of work to do. While the first issue was enjoyable, the second issue has to build on this and demonstarte an ongoing tone for the series. So, with that in mind, how does this issue hold up? The official description from Image: […]

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Ragnarok #4 Review

Ragnarok #4 marks the fourth installment in a series that has only recently received my attention. That said, there’s a few hidden charms in this title that might not seem obvious from outside, with Ragnarok #4 being a prime example of just what it has to offer. The official description from IDW: Beyond the Forest […]

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MARVEL Ends in 2015!!!

Everyone who did not see a reboot of some type coming out of Marvel‘s 2015 mammoth event please raise your hands? Anyone? No? I didn’t think so. Today the House of Ideas revealed the bombshell that their new Battleworld for the upcoming Secret Wars will be the literal melting pot that conjures up a brand new universe. […]

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DEADPOOL Goes to CANADA :)

The Merc With a Mouth get’s a home location! That’s right my fellow fanboys and fangirls everyone’s favorite violent quirky vigilante, with all his shenanigans intact, is going to Canada! According to GlobalNews.ca production for the forthcoming Deadpool flick is set for Vancouver. Which is the hometown of Ryan Reynolds, the star that’s set to reprise […]

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No More ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN?!

Today the House of Ideas released a not-so-cryptic teaser for the 12th issue of Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man. It got our attention, but let’s just say that we have a slightly different read on what might happen next for our young web-slinger. It’s time to come home to the 616 Miles Morales! MILES MORALES: ULTIMATE […]

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God Hates Astronauts #5 Review

For a series that’s proven itself as varied, hilarious and utterly capable of delivering, God Hates Astronauts #5 has a lot to live up to. While it has a few bumps along the way, this fifth issue definately holds up to the kind of high standard we’ve seen so far. The official description from Image: […]

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Love & Comics: Creators on the Importance of Family–Part 1

When I first began reading comics in the early 90s, the independent scene popped with creators like Terry Moore, Jeff Smith, and Wendy and Richard Pini.  These true-life superheroes attained success with the help of their teammates—their families.  The self-publishing landscape is a warzone, and without the support of family, many creators would not survive. […]

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Savage Dragon #200 Review

How do you celebrate an 200th issue? Because I bet that’s a better idea than what Savage Dragon #200 has done. Before I get into the meat and bones of this downright dissapointing issue, I should throw up a fairly big spoiler warning. Okay… First, the official description from Image: Savage Dragon is out of […]

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RESURRECTIONISTS #1 Review

Dark Horse and Fred Van Lente are off to a fast, fun start with the Resurrectionists #1. Read on to find out why. The official description from Dark Horse: Are you near-death experienced? Framed architect-turned-thief Jericho Way has discovered he’s a Resurrectionist, one of a select group of people who can not only remember their […]

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THE BIGGER BANG #1 Review

The Big Bang created us but a bigger bang destroyed us but out of the ashes comes a new hero. The official description from IDW: The Big Bang created all life as we know it. The Bigger Bang creates just one: a being named Cosmos. Is he a destroyer? A hero? A god? All he […]

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I Miss KENNETH IRONS

There’s been something missing for me when it comes to one of my favorite ongoing comics. And it’s been on my mind ever since the end of that classic Death Pool story where we saw David Wohl‘s second run with our favored leading lady, Sara Pezzini, conclude. In the context of that issue we saw fans […]

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Nightworld #4 Review

Well, here it is. Nightworld #4 marks the fourth and final installment in the current arc. How does the whole thing rap up and is there hope for this series returning in the future? First, the official description from Image: The forsaken spirit Plenilunio’s secret! The final confrontation at Hellena’s fortress! The smart@$$ schemes of […]

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The Superannuated Man #4 Review

The last issue left on a bit of a tense moment, so The Superannuated Man #4 has more than enough to work with this month. It’s been an interesting ride so far, so what else does the title have in store? The official description from Image: Having barely survived the tortuous antics of the mad […]

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