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Zenescope Monday

Just Another Zenescope Monday: Morning After SDCC Edition

Another big convention has come to an end. San Diego Comic Con was last week and now we are dealing with all the news and stuff that happened. One ...
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Mad Max

Retro Review: Mad Max and Preview: Fury Road

Here at Comic Booked, we cover more than comics. Any movie, TV show, or video game is also fair... well, game. Sometimes going back and watching ...
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New Comic

New Comic Releases: July 30, 2014

This week, there are a lot of comics coming out. Here is a list. Hope you like it. ANTARCTIC PRESS Gold Digger #212, $3.99 Steam Wars #5, ...
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Original Sin

Original Sin Event Coverage: July 23, 2014

Forgive me readers, for I have not sinned. It has been two weeks since my last confession. But, this week, I give you everything to catch you up on ...
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SDCC

SDCC Exclusive: Schleich DC Comics Product Line

San Diego Comic Con, or SDCC as everyone in the biz calls it (you know, the biz), is well known as the main event when it comes to the Convention ...
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Zenescope Monday
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Just Another Zenescope Monday: July 21, 2014

This past week was a huge week for Zenescope, so this week, Just Another Zenescope Monday celebrates Grimm Fairy Tales #100. There have been quite ...
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New Comic

New Comic Releases: July 23, 2014

There is a magical time for every comic book fan, New Comic Book Day. During this time, mysterious forces converge on every local comic book shop ...
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We Need More FAT Heroes!

With the population of the United States leading the world in obesity, why are there not more superheroes who are a little on the portly side? This ...
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Annabelle

Trailer: Annabelle

I remember watching The Conjuring the week that it was released in theaters. I also remember that it was not really all that scary... Except for ...
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Thor

Thor Looks Like a Lady

Here at Comic Booked, we love our super heroes. We also like to think that we can be pretty tolerant of just about anything that the comic book ...
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