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Shaft #1 Review

Skeptical going in to Shaft #1 but came out surprised and entertained. You will too. Official Description from DYNAMITE: Who’s the black private dick that’s a sex machine with all the chicks? Shaft! Created by author Ernest Tidyman, and made famous in a series of novels and films, iconic hero Shaft makes his comic book […]

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The Fuse #7 Review

What’s in store for Ralph and Klem now that they’ve survived The Russian Shift? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “GRIDLOCK,” Part One 22,000 MILES UP, THERE IS (STILL) NO BACKUP. They call it Gridlocking—maglev-bike races across the Fuse’s vast solar arrays. Fast, dangerous, and very illegal. When a gridlocker turns […]

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SHERLOCK HOLMES VS. HARRY HOUDINI #1 Review

What will happen when these two egomaniacs clash? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: The world’s most famous detective meets the world’s most famous magician… and death ensues! Famed detective Sherlock Holmes and brash showman Harry Houdini must combine forces to defeat a mysterious mystic dedicated to destroying Houdini’s career and […]

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The Fuse #6 Review

Will we finally learn why this opening arc has been dubbed The Russian Shift? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “THE RUSSIA SHIFT,” Conclusion. THEIR FIRST CASE: SOLVED! Klem’s got it all figured out. But will she live to tell anyone? Can Ralph get to her in time? Who’s gonna get […]

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Five Weapons #10 Review

Can Enrique thwart the Psionics plan to take over the school or will he fail miserably? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “BACK TO CLASS,” Part Five This is it! Enrique races against time to save the school nurse as he battles against Tyler’s final plot, but an unexpected twist unleashes […]

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The Fuse #5 Review

Can Ralph survive the cablers? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Two hobos murdered in cold blood. Homeless living in maintenance ducts. A high-flying mayor with a scandalous secret. Unreliable witnesses, lying suspects, and nothing but the cold vacuum of space outside. All in a day’s work for MCPD Homicide… 22,000 […]

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Five Weapons #9 Review

Will Enrique save Dennis and finally find the person who poisoned the Nurse? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “BACK TO CLASS,” Part Four Enrique, Principal O, and the Nurse unleash a full assault against Tyler in order to regain power of the school clubs. But Tyler isn’t going down without […]

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Five Weapons #8 Review

Will Enrique talk Featherwind out of shooting him? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “BACK TO CLASS,” Part Three Enrique hits bottom. He’s facing expulsion and the loss of his girlfriend, but he’s not defeated. As Tyler gloats over his victory, Enrique finds new hope from an unexpected friend when Principal […]

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Elephantmen #55 Review

There are some titles that pride themselves on the unexpected and originality – Elephantmen #55 may very well be one such example as we come to the close of the current arc. The official description from Image: “PICKING UP THE PIECES,” Part Five THE CONCLUSION! Elephantmen #55 is a great example of the series at […]

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Five Weapons #7 Review

Will Enrique manage to stop the fight between Riley and the Connie? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “BACK TO CLASS,” Part Two The tables are turned on Enrique in a no-win contest at the school of Five Weapons. Tyler is now the smartest kid in school and he’s using Enrique […]

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Five Weapons #6 Review

How will Enrique’s return be met? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “BACK TO CLASS,” Part One Enrique returns to the School of Five Weapons, a place where kids learn the art of assassination. This time everyone knows his true identity as a low-class servant. Everyone knows he can’t use a […]

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Black Beetle: No Way Out #3 Review

No artist draws pulp like Francesco Francavilla, and if The Black Beetle: No Way Out #3 is any indication, he writes pulp just as well as he draws it. This issue was my first chance to check out the miniseries, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying it. Here’s the description from Dark Horse: Under the watchful gaze of the […]

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