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Wonder Woman #19 Review

Wonder Woman continues to show why it is one of the best comics that DC is pumping out right now. The character of Diana is continually evolving and shows depths of characterization that we have yet to see in Justice League. Not only [...]

April 19, 2013 Reviews
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Wonder Woman #18 Review

Wonder Woman is a strange book in the sense that I never know when an arc has wrapped up. Maybe I’m just stupid. Regardless, the quest to find Zola’s baby has come to a close and this issue manages to [...]

March 22, 2013 Reviews
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Justice League of America #2 Review

After last month’s stellar issue, Justice League of America jumped to the top of my pull list and became a book I got excited over. After reading the second issue in the series my excitement has only increased. This issue sees [...]

March 22, 2013 Reviews
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Green Arrow #18 Review

Green Arrow is back with another incredible issue by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino. I was afraid that the duo wouldn’t be able to keep the momentum built up in the previous issue going but they managed to blow my [...]

March 11, 2013 Reviews
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Why I Care About Death In Comics

The following article is based on the opinions held by its writer, Victor Correa. The opinions are not necessarily reflected by ComicBooked.com, its contributors or sponsors. This article is coming hot off the heels of Batman Inc. #8. Even though this issue [...]

March 7, 2013 Features, Reviews
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Wonder Woman #17 Review

The issue opens up with a very funny scene where Wonder Woman is rehearsing how she’s going to tell Zola her son may end up destroying all of life. All the while, she’s trying to anticipate what Zola will say [...]

February 22, 2013 Reviews
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Justice League of America #1 Review

Going into this issue I was extremely excited. I’ve been ready for this ever since last year’s free comic book day Justice League issue and we were given the first teaser to Trinity War. Well Justice League of America #1 is the [...]

February 21, 2013 Reviews
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5 Awesome Things Geoff Johns Gave us in Green Lantern

For nine very long years Geoff Johns penned the scripts for the Green Lantern series. And for nine very long years Geoff Johns delivered a satisfying series to fans month after month. He took the series and made it popular again [...]

February 12, 2013 Reviews
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Green Arrow #17 Review

Green Arrow is a character I’ve always been interested in but haven’t always found that interesting. Other than the show Arrow, the last time I found Oliver Queen truly engaging was during Identity Crisis. When the New 52 was announced and the [...]

February 9, 2013 Reviews
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Wonder Woman #16 Review

…I am never going to get this fight, am I? If you read my review of issue #15, then you are aware of how excited I was to see Wonder Woman go fisticuffs with Orion. That issue ended, eluding to [...]

January 25, 2013 Reviews
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Dead Space 3: Demo Impressions

EA released the Dead Space 3 demo to the general population on January 22nd and we are here to give you our first impressions of the game (well, based on the demo). Let me start by admitting that I totally [...]

January 24, 2013 Reviews
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Dead Space 3: Getting in the Know

Dead Space 3 is roughly 3 weeks away and it’s about time to get excited. If you haven’t been paying attention, then you’re in the right place because we’ve compiled an amalgamation of videos and information to update you on [...]

January 21, 2013 Reviews
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5 Nerds I Hate!

The following is an opinion piece crafted by Victor Correa. Love him for it? Hate him for it? Let him know in the comments below! You know that Transformers movie you loved so much? Yeah, well, there were hundreds of [...]

January 15, 2013 Features
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Review: Sweet Tooth #40

This is the issue that fans have been waiting for eagerly and dreading all in the same breath. Sweet Tooth #40 puts the last nail in the coffin on the Vertigo series and my, what an amazing ride it has been. The [...]

January 13, 2013 Reviews
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Why Your Eyes Should Be On Green Arrow

2012 may have been a great year for Hawkeye but 2013 is rolling out the red carpet for the most celebrated liberal in all of comic books: Green Arrow. It’s no surprise to anyone that after the New 52 relaunch, [...]

January 9, 2013 Features