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THE LEGACY OF LUTHER STRODE #1 Reveiw

Legacy of Luther Strode #1 offers the final chapter for the titular character. That’s a lot of potential to promise, but with a 40 page opening issue, it’s certainly off to a good start. The official description from Image: Luther Strode returns. For five years, Luther Strode and Petra have been on the run. Now […]

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Secret Identities #2 Review

For a series that’s only just launched, Secret Identities #2 still likes to keep things big. If you’re looking for a title that’s in-depth with plenty of world building, this offers all that with a nice twist at its core. Still, this large scope also comes with a few drawbacks along the way… The official […]

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God Hates Astronauts #6 Review

The problem with titles run by a single creator is that it’s often a very unique offering. Ryan Browne’s ownership of God Hates Astronauts #6 is a prime example. On one hard, it’s quite frankly brilliant and full of a very unique sense of humor. On the other hand, if you don’t like this, there […]

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Tommy responds to POWER/RANGERS Perfectly

The one and only Jason David Frank chimed in on the controversial fandom fantastic short Power/Rangers. And I think it’s safe to say that the Green Ranger responded perfectly while keeping big and little kids present and accounted for. Post by JASON DAVID FRANK – Official Fan Page. He’s right. I’m with the majority of the […]

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Captain Midnight #20 Review

Will there be another World War? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: The final arc of Captain Midnight! Captain Midnight’s on the hunt for the greatest threat this world has ever known. The Archon is out there, but who is he, and what does he want? Midnight will have to […]

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SECRET IDENTITIES #1 Review

Secret Identities #1 suffers from a lot of problems first-issues have when dealing with a large scale. They want to tell the plot and introduce the concept, but they also need to build a living, breathing world at the same time. If you stick with the slow opening, however, Secret Identities #1 looks like it […]

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Savage Dragon #202 Review

For a series that’s had some serious ups and downs lately, Savage Dragon #202 # is a dissapointing drop back to the standards of excitement seen in the 200th special. I see what it’s trying to do at points, but there are also a few major thinks that simply don’t fit right. In fact, it […]

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Savage Dragon #201 Review

Following a questionable 200th issue, Savage Dragon #201 seems to split itself into two different directions. On one hand, we still have the action and excitement the fast-paced series is known for yet, on the other, we still have a large amount of unnessary teenage drama and fantasty. The official description from Image: Following the […]

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God Hates Astronauts #5 Review

For a series that’s proven itself as varied, hilarious and utterly capable of delivering, God Hates Astronauts #5 has a lot to live up to. While it has a few bumps along the way, this fifth issue definately holds up to the kind of high standard we’ve seen so far. The official description from Image: […]

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Savage Dragon #200 Review

How do you celebrate an 200th issue? Because I bet that’s a better idea than what Savage Dragon #200 has done. Before I get into the meat and bones of this downright dissapointing issue, I should throw up a fairly big spoiler warning. Okay… First, the official description from Image: Savage Dragon is out of […]

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HELLBOY AND THE B.P.R.D. #1 Review

Does the world, then and now, need the B.P.R.D.? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission. Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something […]

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God Hates Astronauts #4 Review

How many other titles have crab people and a king tiger? God Hates Astronauts #4 has all of that, but so did the last 3 issues. While it’s certainly funny and enjoyable, what can this title do to stay fresh? The official description from Image: The invasion of King Tiger Eating a Cheeseburger’s space crab […]

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Imperial #4 Review

Well, here it is, the final chapter. Imperial #4 marks the end of what has been a fun and engaging ride. It started off a little boring, but it’s proven to be an original and unique mesh of superhero themes and a coming of age maturity. So, with all this going on, how does the […]

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Real Heroes #4 Review

So it’s been a while but Real Heroes #4 marks a return for the mini-series. This was a series I struggled with, as it had plenty of good and bad elements, so how is it shaping up now it’s pushed past the half-way point? The official description from Image: The cast of The Olympians movies […]

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Savage Dragon #199 Review

For a series that’s bounced between so-so and okay (there’s a difference, trust me), Savage Dragon #199 needs to pull something out from under its sleeve if it wants to do something special in time for the 200th issue. So, what does it manage to acomplish, if anything? The official description from Image: COUNTDOWN TO […]

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ARROW “Sara” Review

The third season is most definitely underway. But does the second episode live up to the quality premiere? Read on to find out. The official description from the CW: A mysterious archer known as Komodo appears in town and begins skewering businessmen. Meanwhile, Oliver worries about Thea, which forces Roy to tell him the truth […]

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HOPE DIES — EZRA MILLER cast as THE FLASH

For the millions of fanboys and fangirls that were holding out hope that somehow Grant Gustin would become The Flash for the DC Cinematic Universe it’s over. Because as of today Ezra Miller has been cast in the role. I’m not going to lie this news bummed me out. For one the television iteration is only two episodes […]

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Imperial #3 Review

Okay, so Imperial #3 marks the third part of a 4 issue story. So far, the ride’s been good, with a mix of humour, action and personal character development. Can this third issue keep up the good trend, and does it leave us in a suitable position for the final, closing chapter? The official description […]

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