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The Fade Out #3 Review

Can The Fade Out continue to be yet another notch in Brubaker and Phillips extraordinary belt? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: BRUBAKER & PHILLIPS’ new crime noir masterpiece is just getting started! Remember, every month THE FADE OUT has exclusive back pages articles that are only available in the single […]

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The Fade Out #2 Review

How will Charlie handle the burden of knowing of this cover up? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Was a murder covered up? Or did the movie starlet commit suicide? And how does the show go on with a dead leading lady and an unfinished film? BRUBAKER & PHILLIPS’ new crime […]

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ADVANCE REVIEW! The Fade Out #1

Will Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips produce the goods yet again? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: The first project from their groundbreaking five-year deal at Image will have ED BRUBAKER and SEAN PHILLIPS fans, old and new, at the edge of their seats, as they weave an epic crime story […]

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Fatale #23 Review

Is this still worth picking up? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: The strangest issue of FATALE yet, as Nicolas Lash finally learns the last of Josephine’s secrets, and the universe will never look the same. Don’t forget that every issue of FATALE contains extra art and articles not available anywhere […]

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Noir #5 Review

This is it!  But now that we’ve reached the end does the rock-solid mini-series finish on a high note? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: FINAL ISSUE!!! Lost in the labyrinth of the Templars and separated from the others, Miss Fury must outwit the demented Minerva and the Mohawk Akash. Meanwhile, […]

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Noir #4 Review

Can this crossover make something of itself? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: In the Labyrinth of the Templars, The Black Sparrow and Miss Fury follow the deranged villains Orlando and Minerva on a trail of a lost treasure. Along the way, they dodge traps and pitfalls and learn of the […]

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Noir #3 Review

There’s a lot to love with this little crossover, but after three issues is it still worth following? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: The unlikely team of The Black Sparrow and Miss Fury strong arm the Mohawk Akash into revealing a map they hope will lead them to the lost […]

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Fatale #19 Review

Can anyone handle a relationship with Jo?  Or is she destined to walk the world alone?  Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Rock ‘n’ roll, robbery, and ritual murder collide in ’90s Seattle as the fourth arc of FATALE comes to a shattering conclusion… and the secret identity of Nic’s present […]

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NOIR #1 Review

Is this one company that honestly needs to have yet another crossover?  Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Prelude to Miss Fury! When thieves steal from other thieves it always causes problems, doesn’t it? So when The Black Sparrow is hired to steal a mysterious “Moon Stone” from a museum in […]

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Velvet #1 Review

Velvet #1 is flying off comic book shop shelves, sold out at the distributor level and headed back to press for a second printing on the same day it debuts. Demand is high for the spy series by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Steve Epting and there are plenty of great reasons why. Official Description […]

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THE SHADOW NOW #1 Review

What happens you transition an aged icon to a modern time full of past troubles? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Having spent decades in the east to rejuvenate himself, the greatest pulp hero of them all, The Shadow, returns to New York in modern times. Lamont Cranston seeks to resume […]

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Elephantmen #51 Review

Elephantmen #51 kicks off with a short-arc for the next five issues. At times like this the opening issue can often be the judge of whats to come – so what’s the verdict? The official description from Image: “PICKING UP THE PIECES,” Part One Farrell is a Private Detective who never gave a second thought […]

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The Black Bat #6 Review

It’s time for some revelations, decisions and heartbreak!  But should you really care what happens next?  Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Detective Brody is on the move with the suitcase bomb. Will he plant it in the courthouse before The Black Bat finds him? The clock is ticking and all […]

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The Shadow Annual 2013 Review

We have another one and done story for this pulp icon, but is it worth your money and time?  Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Lamont Cranston and Margo Lane travel to Las Vegas. The Shadow has heard rumors of an unspeakable evil brewing in the nearby desert… one with a […]

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Satellite Sam #3 Review

Is there enough to this mystery to hold the attention span of the average comic enthusiast?  Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Mike reaches out to the only woman he recognizes in his dead father’s collection of personal girlie snaps, and not only does she have stories about the old man […]

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Revival #13 Review

Revival #13 is, in many ways, different. It has all the hallmarks and building blocks of a typical Revival issue, but it neither adds substantial amounts to the mystery or answer anything important. It still feels like Revival – just perhaps not enough. The official description from Image: The citizens of the quarantine know true […]

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Fatale #16 Review

The latest chapter in this noir drenched odyssey is here, but does this saga have a sturdy enough foundation to stand?  Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Nicolas is on Josephine’s trail of secrets, and they lead him back to 1990s Seattle, where a rock band, a gang of bank robbers, […]

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Mister X: Eviction # 3 Review

Mister X: Eviction has been a fun ride through the dark streets of Radiant City, a city which is part Metropolis, part Blade Runner. How does the conclusion live up to the rest of the series? Read on to find out. Here’s the official description from Dark Horse: Dean Motter’s reintroduction of his classic character […]

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