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Stray Bullets: Sunshine and Roses #2 Review

If Stray Bullets were a cocktail, then Sunshine & Roses proves once again that the two ingredients David Lapham mixes best are love and violence. And with issue #2, Lapham is determined to make his mixture extra strong. The official description from from Image: The day Rose saw Beth and Orson together something broke inside […]

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Stray Bullets #8: Review

David Lapham wraps up the first major arc of Stray Bullets: The Killers, proving once again that violence and love can overlap — at least for Virginia Applejack. Here’s the official word from Image: As her safe place falls apart, Virginia realizes that the unraveling of her life began with one person, one incident, long […]

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The Strain: The Night Eternal #2 Review

Haven’t We Read (and Seen) this Before? Official Description from Dark Horse: Hoping to reunite with his friends and hear positive news of their seemingly futile insurgent efforts against the vampires, a drug-addled Ephraim Goodweather heads for a Manhattan hospital. But when he arrives, he discovers a secret that may send his fragile psyche right […]

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Stray Bullets #6: Review

Stray Bullets, David Lapham’s on-again off-again decades long series is back, but with a twist. For readers looking to enter Lapham’s complicated fray of characters in an easy but satisfying way, Stray Bullets: Killers is a great place to start. Here’s the official word from Image: In “99 Percent” Virginia and Eli vacation, and meet […]

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Stray Bullets: Killers #4: Reivew

Stray Bullets, David Lapham’s on-again off-again decades long series is back. For readers looking to enter Lapham’s complicated fray of characters in an easy but satisfying way, Stray Bullets: Killers has offered a wonderful place to start. And issue #4 delivers the best emotional punch so far. Here’s the official word from Image: Eli and […]

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Juice Squeezers #4 Review

For those geeks who’ve been loving David Lapham’s new Goonies-meets-Them! comic Juice Squeezers, the final issue of this four-part series will offer a satisfying ending. But not a great one. Here’s the official word from Dark Horse: The deadliest bug battle in the history of Weeville is imminent when the Juice Squeezers awaken the dormant horde below […]

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JUICE SQUEEZERS #1 Review

The first issue of Eisner Award winner David Lapham’s Juice Squeezers takes us deeper into the world first glimpsed in Dark Horse Presents #26. Just what is this group of elementary school oddballs up to in Weeville? The official description from Dark Horse: Tunnels made by a legion of giant bugs crisscross the fields below […]

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Dark Horse Presents #29 Review

There are a few trends to point out in this month’s Dark Horse Presents. Of the ten stories in this issue, six of them have creators pulling double duty as both writer and artist, so, in theory, we’re getting a lot of exceptionally pure artistic visions, coming straight from the brain to the page, and from […]

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Dark Horse Presents #28 Review

If you’re a fan of classic anthology shows like The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, or Alfred Hitchcock Presents, then Dark Horse Presents is the book for you. If you’re not a fan of those shows, then you’ve probably never watched them. Comics’ favorite anthology is back with its twenty-eighth issue. Here’s the official description: Read a new tale, written and illustrated […]

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Dark Horse Presents #27

If you’ve only got eight bucks to spend on comics, this is where you put it. The industry’s premier anthology series, Dark Horse Presents always promises to show you something new. It is THE best place to discover new creators. Issue #27 brings us the conclusions to three different stories. Here’s the official description from Dark Horse: David […]

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