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Wonder Woman #39 Review

Who will be Queen? Should you care? Read on to find out. The official description from DC: Wonder Woman returns to Paradise Island, and she’s in for a surprise: The Amazons have chosen a new queen to lead them! The identity of this new queen will send shock waves through the entire DC Universe! Guest-starring […]

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AMERICAN SNIPER Review

Ever since I first witnessed Clint Eastwood don his iconic poncho in A Fistfull of Dollars, I’ve been fascinated by his work, as between directing and acting, he has created many classic films. The latest entry in his impressive resume is American Sniper, with Eastwood once again tackling a real life story, as he showcases […]

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The Last Fall #2 Review

Can this unique premise turn into something that you must buy? Read on to find out. The official description from IDW: IDW’s original sci-fi/military drama continues! Know your enemy! A top-secret recovery mission explodes into deadly betrayal and Marcus Fall finds himself battling for his life against a most unexpected foe. The Last Fall got […]

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X-O Manowar #28 Review

Is this a must own release or an issue that needs to be skipped? Read on to find out. The official description from Valiant: In the far reaches of deep space, an elite and hardened corps of soldiers has protected the galaxy by eliminating one unparalleled threat – a plague of X-O Manowar armors that […]

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THE LAST FALL #1 Review

Holy Wars. In space. Can this unique blend deliver or is it something to miss? Read on to find out. The official description from IDW: Marcus Fall is a battle-hardened soldier in a long-running inter-planetary war. After multiple combat tours, Fall is finally able to leave the military and return to his beloved wife and […]

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Lazarus #5 Review

After a brief absence from Forever Carlyle, she returns in a stunning new chapter to the story of the Carlyle family, her upbringing and a first look into the lives of the “waste” and their struggle to gain a foothold in the world. Official Description from IMAGE: NEW STORY ARC! ‘LIFT,’ Part One: Following Jonah’s […]

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Walking Dead #116 Review

Walking Dead #116 kicks off part two of “All Out War” and after a long arduous trip Rick’s plan is finally revealed in the initial attack against Negan and it’s a doozy! Official Description from Image: ALL OUT WAR’ continues! The first battle of the war rages on! Last issue of Walking Dead ended in […]

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X-O Manowar #17 Review

  In X-O Manowar #17 Aric now believes his is to lead his people in the ways his father described to him as a child nearly 1600 years ago. It’s a new world for Aric and his leadership will not go unnoticed or unchallenged for very long. Official description from VALIANT: To this king… a […]

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The Walking Dead #114 Review

Negan has Rick and his group where he wants them and he’s pissed! Will Negan follow through on his threats? Can anyone in Rick’s group survive? This won’t be pretty. Official description from IMAGE: What would Jesus do? Issue #114 of The Walking Dead has Rick at the mercy, again, of Negan and his men. […]

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’68: Jungle Jim #4 Review

Issue number four of ‘68: Jungle Jim brings this story arc to a close and it’s as visually arresting as it is heartbreaking. A solid and satisfying end. Official description from IMAGE: An armored engine of vengeance stalks the jungle trails, following a rogue band of Viet Cong guerillas and a pair of kidnapped children. […]

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Think Tank #8 Review

After dealing with a complicated world of politics and espionage, is this saga revolving around a slacker scientist starting to get stale?  Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Accountability isn’t something Dr. David Loren worried about before. Sheltered behind the manned concrete perimeter of CED, so long as he continued to […]

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East of West #3 Review

Is the story of an alternate timeline where the world is plagued by the four horsemen and the end of days still something worth following?  Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “THE DRAGON” Death’s reign of terror over THOSE WHO RULE continues, as the forces of the END TIMES continue to […]

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’68: Jungle Jim #2 Review

Part two of the four part ’68: Jungle Jim series hits the ground running and keeps pace with last month’s issue. Here we get more insight into the French Catholic mission camp plus a new take on man vs. beast vs. zombies. Official description from IMAGE: The skies over Vietnam rain liquid fire as Brian […]

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Mars Attacks #10 Review

Issue 10 of Mars Attacks is the conclusion of the current story arc. This series has always been a tongue in cheek invasion plot with plenty of over the top site gags and gore. Oddly enough it’s what makes this book so charming. Official description from IDW: The second story arc comes to a close […]

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East of West #2 Review

As the greater narrative of this apocalyptic theater comes into focus, can the creative team hold their audience’s attention?  Read on to find out. The official description from Image: “SONS OF PROPHECY” Following the high crimes in the debut issue of EAST OF WEST, the fallout spreads across the broken nations of America. Forces align […]

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East of West #1 Review

Is this themed alternative history of the world really a story that’s worth sharing with the fanboys and fangirls?  Read  on to find out. The official description from Image: “OUT OF THE WASTELAND” The things that divide us are stronger than the things that unite us. A Sci-Fi Western set in a dystopian America where […]

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Young Justice: Invasion “War” Review

This morning’s episode of Young Justice: Invasion, “War“, introduced fan-favorite villain Mongul. But was the rest of the episode as exciting? SPOILERS AHEAD! In today’s episode, the Justice League, who are still on trial after being accused of causing destruction in various planets (they were under the mind-control of Vandal Savage) are being watched by the […]

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The Loxleys and The War of 1812 Review

This is what war does. It takes men, and woman, and children, and rips them apart, playthings of malevolent fate. I’ve always loved history. In all honesty, I’ve never found any of the other classic academic subjects interesting, and I’ll admit, some of them were just downright terrifying (organic chemistry, I’m looking at you!). I […]

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