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Black Market #4 Review

Can this amazing series end on a high? Or will it fizzle out on the final hurdle? Read on to find out. The official description from BOOM! Studios: Everything’s looking up for Ray—he’s off the hook for the murder of Hotspot, the crooked cops aiming to blackmail him have been framed and incarcerated, and he […]

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Black Market #3 Review

What will Ray and Denny do when some crooked police find out about their operation? Read on to find out. The official description from BOOM! Studios: The worst thing you can do in the black market business is get sloppy, and Ray has found himself at the beck and call of two very crooked cops.With […]

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ADVANCE REVIEW! Black Market #2

Can Black Market continue to change the way we see superheroes? Read on to find out. The official description from BOOM! Studios: Under Denny’s coercion, Ray has successfully procured and sold his first batch of Super DNA on the black market. The scary part? He’s a natural, so much so that he and Denny need […]

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ADVANCE REVIEW! Black Market #1

Is this unique twist to the superhero genre a must have or does it fail to impress? Read on to find out. The official description from BOOM! Studios: Ray Willis is a broken man, a disgraced medical examiner making ends meet by preparing corpses at a funeral parlor. His scientific genius is being wasted—that is, until […]

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Furious #5 Review

After last month can our heroine save the day? Or is she destined to fail those that rely on her? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: Furious meets her nemesis—a dangerous and deranged shadow from her past—head on. The life of an innocent hangs in the balance as the two […]

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Furious #4 Review

There’s a lot of vigilantes coming to a shop near you, but should pay attention to this one? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: An innocent man is dead because of Furious, and she’s not going to rest—or feel less guilty—until she finds his killer! Returning to the scene of […]

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Furious #2 Review

Does the world need another creator-owned franchise based within this overly familiar genre? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: The media can’t get enough of the high-flying supercelebrity known as Furious! But the authorities are convinced she’s a danger and a menace—they’ve had more than enough of the privileged vigilante! […]

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FURIOUS #1 Review

Is there really enough originality in this piece to justify its existence? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: Staring into a fractured mirror of her life, the world’s first superhero, Furious, seeks to atone for her past sins by doling out rage-fueled justice! But the spotlight of our celebrity-obsessed media […]

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Get excited for FURIOUS!

As 2014 rapidly approaches, the wonderful folks over at Dark Horse wanted to generate some hype for one of their brand new series. And I have to say that I’m eagerly anticipating what seems to be a furiously engaging jaunt. Don’t believe me?  Checkout the pinups plus first issue info below!   FURIOUS #1 Description: […]

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The Mice Templar IV: Legend #7 – Review

After having his arm cut-off by the savage Captain Tosk over a year ago, Leito finally gets his shot at payback. And there’s plenty of blood. The Mice Templar IV #7 delivers a beautiful and savage story about loyalty, honor, and thepower of mercy. Here’s the official word from Image: In an arena where starving […]

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The Mice Templar IV: Legend #4 Review

It takes a lot of skill to offer readers backstory in a way that still furthers action. That’s why most writers weave backstory in delicately, trying to find balance between flashback and the momentum of narrative at hand. But Mice Templar Legend #4 didn’t want to go that way — it’s mostly flashback, but executed […]

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Time Warp #1 Review

Back in 2011, Vertigo began releasing themed anthologies at the rate of about two per year. Last October saw the release of the Halloween-appropriate Ghosts and this week we get Time Warp. Comics history buffs may recall a previous, short-lived Time Warp series, published by DC in 1980. This week’s installment marks the Vertigo debuts of Damon Lindelof and Gail Simone, along with a bunch of other […]

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