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X-Files: Season 10, #10 – Review

With issue #10 IDW’s new monthly comic series that picks up where the X-Files left off reprises yet another fan favorite: The Smoking Man. But does it offer anything new? Here’s the official word from IDW: “More Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man” The ubiquitous foe of Agents Mulder and Scully has returned from the […]

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The Memory Collectors #3 Review

Is there enough substance within the confines of this book to make it worth paying attention to? Read on to find out. The official description from IDW: Series finale! Despite a tragic loss, the girls hone in on the source of their ills and make their final, fateful decision. Includes a six-page supplemental story by […]

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The Memory Collectors #2 Review

The unique odyssey continues, but as another entry arrives does the concept start to lose its initial magic?  Read on to find out. The official description from IDW: Magdalena and Edith join the mercurial Beatrice and venture forth to battle demon-vampire hordes in an attempt to confront the actual forces behind them. Amid the ensuing […]

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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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Transfusion #3 Review

The greatest mini-series of all time concludes. Does it go out with the same level of Gothic awesomeness? Here’s the official description from IDW: The twisted conclusion! In a future overrun by out-of-control machines and monsters, a handful of human survivors try to fight their way back to a normal life. But what is normal in a […]

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Transfusion #2 Review

“I have seen everything. I have lived far too long. My blood is full of experience and history. I have walked the earth for centuries and now in its decline I see no reason I should carry on.“ Transfusion #1 was a really genuine surprise. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Take out the […]

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Transfusion #1 Review

IDW is famous for its licensed titles. Star Trek, Transformers, G.I. Joe, Godzilla, among other things. On the occasion they do their own original title, one does not simply turn away. Transfusion intrigued me by its premise and deranged cover. The subtitle also got to me. Transfusion, followed by ‘Vampires vs. Robots.’ That was a […]

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