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Fanboy Round-Up: MARVEL, DC and DOCTOR WHO All Get New Shows

Welcome back to Fanboy Round-Up, your weekly refresher of the big hits in news. This past week was dominated by the two superhero driving forces: Marvel and DC, with lots of major news hitting from both ends. Lemme put on a pot of coffee and we can get going with this thing. THOR: RAGNAROK Has […]

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Protector’s Inc. #4 Review

What’s going on in the investigation with Detective Riley? Read on to find out. “Detective Riley’s investigation into the murder of the Huntsman brings him into the very heart of Protectors, Inc., where he meets the woman of his dreams—assuming she’s not actually a killer—and the other members of the Chicago Protectors. One of them […]

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FIRST LOOK! Death Sentence #3

Another title barrels forward, but is it something that’s worth paying attention to?  Checkout the preview below to find out. DEATH SENTENCE #3 Description: Given amazing superpowers – and six months to live – by the G+ Virus, three Londoners struggle to make their time count! Discover what made Monty such a manipulative s**t – […]

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ALAN MOORE, Not the Northampton Clown

Since September Friday the 13th, Northampton had been experiencing a freaky visitor. Coming out of phobias and nightmares, a spooky looking clown has been spotted walking the streets. While the clown says he just wants to amuse people, people have started rumors about him both good and bad. From saying he has a knife with […]

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Before Watchmen: Minutemen #5 Review

The penultimate issue of this riveting mini-series is here, but does it honestly have a tale that’s worth telling?  Read on to find out. The official description from DC: “Why is mommy crying, Uncle Hollis?” And don’t miss the latest chapter of the “Crimson Corsair” backup feature from writer/artist JOHN HIGGINS! This is the single […]

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Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #4 Review

One of two Before Watchmen books released this week, Silk Spectre has been among the strongest of the BW series and is the first to reach its conclusion. Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner have done a brilliant job of filling in Laurie’s background, making her perhaps the most down-to-earth of all Watchmen‘s characters. Thanks to Conner’s pencils, the series is as much a teen […]

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3 Easter Eggs From Dr. Manhattan #2

If you’ve been reading the Before Watchmen books from DC, you probably know they’re full of references to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s original Watchmen series. Last week’s Before Watchmen release, Dr. Manhattan #2, by J. Michael Straczynski and Adam Hughes, had even more easter eggs than usual, unrelated to the parent title. Check ’em out: 1. Martian Manhunter is the hero of Thrilling Space Mysteries– On...

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Before Watchmen: Comedian #3 Review

Is this latest release a compelling addition or just a downright disappointing purchase?  Read on to find out. The official description from DC: “I am a blood brother.” Plus: The latest chapter in the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup adventure from writer and artist JOHN HIGGINS! My complaints about the previous outing are almost non-existent in this latest work brought […]

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More BEFORE WATCHMEN On The Way

After the success of the first batch of Before Watchmen comics, DC would be fools not to capitalize on the series, and today we heard news that more was on the way. At DC’s All Access panel at Fan Expo Torronto it was announced that Moloch would be seeing his own title. It will be […]

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Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #2

Following on from the first issue, Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #2 offers a lot more focus on Nite Owl and Rorschach. First up, the official description from DC: “They run…I like it when they run.” And don’t miss the latest chapter of the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup epic from writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS! […]

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Before Watchmen: Comedian #2 Review

Is the Comedian‘s story worth following?  Read on to find out. The official description from DC: “It’s something I’m good at. It’s war.” Plus, a new CRIMSON CORSAIR backup feature from writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS! In all honesty, when Before Watchmen was originally announced I was really excited to read Before Watchmen: Comedian.  I thought […]

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Jackie Earle Haley Joins The Cast Of Robocop

Adding to the already fantastic cast of the Robocop reboot, which includes Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Laurie and Gary Oldman, Deadline reports that Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen) has been cast as Maddock, “the guy who dispenses the military training to Robocop.” The site also goes on to say that the movie isn’t done casting yet, […]

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