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Terminal Hero #4 Review

Will the government catch-up with Rory? Or will he be able to live out his life as Chris Walker? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Rory Fletcher thinks he’s escaped the horrors of his life and death. But Minesh and Mia – the two others on whom Raza tried out Quigley’s […]

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Terminal Hero #3 Review

Will Terminal Hero continue to improve over the poor first issue? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Now in the United States, the nightmares keep coming for one-time terminal case Rory Fletcher. In desperation, he leaves Rory Fletcher behind and assumes a new identity, which comes with a ready-made beautiful wife […]

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Terminal Hero #2 Review

Will this series manage to overcome it’s disappointing opening issue? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Peter Milligan continues with his vision of Terminal Hero! Rory always thought he was a good man, but that seems like a long time ago. Still reeling from the terrible side-effects of Treatment Q and […]

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Batman/Superman #13 Review

How will Batman and Superman handle the world now that they have no memories of who they are, or where they are? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics: A new arc begins following the events of “FIRST CONTACT.” The worlds of Batman and Superman come to an explosive clash as […]

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TERMINAL HERO #1 Review

Will Dynamite continue to impress with their Creators Unleashed chain? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: With Shade: The Changing Man, X-Statix, Doop and of course Hellblazer under his belt, Peter Milligan is now taking on Terminal Hero! Rory Fletcher is a good man. The problem is, he’s dying of an […]

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Batman/Superman #9 Review

Has the wait for First Contact Part 3 been worth it? Read on to find out. The official description from DC Comics:  “First Contact” continues from last month’s explosive WORLD’S FINEST #20 as Batman, Superman, Huntress and Power Girl battle a massive new threat to the DC Universe! As Kaizan Gamorra unleashes the means to […]

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Codename: Action #5 Review

Masks, and Aliens, and Jet Packs, OH MY! Here we are at the last issue. Confused? Well, with the long delay between this and last issue, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that the 6-part mini series was cut to 5. Here is the proof, right from Dynamite, if you need it: CODENAME: ACTION #5 (OF […]

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Codename: Action #4 Review

“Dead men are less trouble.” The action packed adventure continues! This time our protagonists emerge in the lions den, what horrors will they find? The official description from Dynamite Entertainment: Operative 1001 has managed to locate the hidden headquarters of the shadowy organization that is driving the world to the brink of war. But even […]

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Codename: Action #3 Review

Operation: Clean Slate Cliffhangers be damned! We start this issue right where we left off with the last. And halfway through this mini-series, things are just starting to heat up! The official description from Dynamite Entertainment: Masked crimefighters in America come under attack when new legislation targeting them is passed, while tensions between the United […]

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Codename: Action #2 Review

Not even the masks can protect you… Issue two of this six-part mini-series continues with the splash made in the first issue’s [literal] cliffhanger. The official description from Dynamite Entertainment: The Cold War threatens to heat up quickly as world leaders on both sides of the Iron Curtain begin pushing for armed conflict. But only […]

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Batman/Superman #2 Review

Our heroes continue their first meeting while over on another Earth, but is this origin of their future friendship really shaping up into something special?  Read on to find out. The official description from DC: Batman and Superman travel to Earth 2, where they find familiar heroes who are trying to kill them! The beauty […]

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Greg Pak To Take Over DC’s ORPHAN TITLE: ACTION COMICS

After series regular Grant Morrison wrote the weird, epic, sensory dulling, disillusioned, strange, uninhibited, and beautiful mess that was his Action Comics, the title has been in an awkward state of transition. To say Morrison’s run was interesting seems like an understatement, the writer pulled out all of the stops and gave us some of […]

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Before Watchmen: Ozymandias #5 Review

Like almost all comic series, Before Watchmen has had its hits and misses. Ozymandias has typically fallen in the middle, with excellent art from Jae Lee, but an overly cautious story from Len Wein that too often fails to break new ground, insisting on showing us events that Alan Moore was content to reference in passing. While issue five continues that pattern […]

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Before Watchmen: Ozymandias #4 Review

In a first for the event, not one, but two Before Watchmen series came out this week. Silk Spectre may have ended, but Ozymandias still has several issues to go. Issue #4 is particularly interesting for the look is offers at not only the Watchmen timeline, but of history in general. Here’s DC’s pull quote […]

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Thun’da #3 Review

Is this somewhat epic romp in the wilderness truly worthy of a comic buyers purchase?  Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Danger is everywhere but Roger Drum finds some unexpected allies when he meets the beautiful Pha, and her people–an intelligent race that offers him a safe haven in exchange for his […]

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Before Watchmen: Ozymandias

Ozymandias has been one of the stronger books in the Before Watchmen stable, with particularly good art by Jae Lee. The miniseries hits the halfway point with issue three. Here’s the official description from DC: “If a man has the opportunity to do good, he’s obliged to take it.” Plus: The latest chapter in the CRIMSON CORSAIR […]

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