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Nameless #3 Review

Will this weird tale continue to captivate? Or is it becoming too strange for it’s own good? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: As the exploration of vast structures on the surface of the asteroid Xibalba begins, more nightmarish secrets of a prehistoric cosmic war come crawling into the light. What […]

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Nameless #2 Review

Can this series continue to build upon it’s strong start? Or is it a concept that is too wacky to work in the long run? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: On a former U.S. moonbase, kept secret since the Cold War, a terrible key unlocks an ancient box and a […]

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NAMELESS #1 Review

Who or what is Nameless? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: An astronomer kills his family, then himself, leaving a cryptic warning. A Veiled Lady hunts her victims through human nightmares. An occult hustler known only as ‘Nameless’ is recruited by a consortium of billionaire futurists for a desperate mission. And […]

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THE MULTIVERSITY: THE JUST #1 Review

Will The Multiversity continue to hit all the high notes? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: The next chapter of the greatest adventure in DC’s history is here! When they last collaborated, Grant Morrison joined artist Ben Oliver (LOBO, BATMAN/SUPERMAN) for the acclaimed ACTION COMICS #0. For their next team-up, […]

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THE MULTIVERSITY: THE SOCIETY OF SUPER-HEROES #1 Review

Can The Multiversity continue to be a must read for comic fans? Or was it just a one hit wonder? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: The biggest adventure in DC Comics history continues! Grant Morrison joins modern legend Chris Sprouse (TOM STRONG, BATMAN: RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE, ACTION COMICS) […]

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Damian Wayne RETURNS Sorta?

Damian Wayne was one of the most beloved sidekicks to the dark knight ever, and then Grant Morrison relentlessly killed him with no damn mercy! This gut punch hit many fans of the character very hard. The writer has also stated that at the end of his run he wanted to strip away everything in Bruce’s life […]

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Batman Incorporated #13 Review

As Grant Morrison’s seven year Batman story nears its conclusion, Batman unleashes holly hell on Damian’s murderers in this action packed, fist-pounding  penultimate issue. Here’s the official description from DC: Leviathan and the Heretic are on the ropes…could Batman be on the verge of avenging all he’s lost? I wasn’t crazy about last month’s filler […]

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VERTIGO LIVES: SANDMAN RETURNS!

When Executive Editor Karen Berger left Vertigo the entire comics press freaked the fuck out. The woman who seemingly discovered Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman, and Alan Moore was leaving  the comics medium! Vertigo was an imprint at DC full of dark evil things that are best kept under the bed at night. In the 80’s everything […]

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5 Essential Books For Every FANBOY

Okay, you think you know everything about comics. You’ve read the classic DC and Marvel runs, studied Kirby and Ditko, and know the first appearance of the Black Panther and the Red Tornado–but there comes a time when you have to go beyond reading comics and start learning about them. Here’s five books to get […]

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Happy! #4 Review

I spent most of Happy!‘s first three issues under the assumption that the man who kidnapped Nick’s daughter was a loner, the typical crime drama sicko, until the end of last issue, when it was revealed that Nick’s former boss, Mr. Blue, had orchestrated the kidnapping as part of a child pornography operation. I should know better […]

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Happy! #2 Review

Grant Morrison is legendary for crafting some of the strangest stories in comics, and Happy! is right there with the best of them. The titular imaginary blue horse didn’t show up til about halfway through the first issue, but this time he’s there right at the start. Here’s the official description of Happy! #2 from Image: Trapped in a mob hospital […]

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Batman, Incorporated #1 Review

  It’s been five months since Leviathan Strikes, but now Batman, Incorporated is back, and in a big way. According to Grant Morrison, this will be a 12 issue series wrapping up the Batman run he began way back in 2006. Here’s the official description from DC: • BATMAN, INCORPORATED makes its NEW 52 debut […]

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