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Andrew Taylor

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Review: Dial H #6

That China Miéville would take on the superhero comic’s most base qualities just six issues into his first ongoing title takes balls. That he ...
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Giant-Size Bullet Reviews #81!

A special note to our regular Bullet Reviews readers and followers: You may have noticed Bullet Reviews was missing from your regular Tuesday ...
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Wonder Woman #13 cover, by Cliff Chiang

Review: Wonder Woman #13 – Good Pop/Bad Pop

Going into its second year, I'm curious to see if Brian Azzarello has a real plan for Wonder Woman.  The first had a general direction, Diana ...
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Sword of Sorcery #1 Cover by Aaron Lopresti

Review: Sword of Sorcery #1

A cursory glance between Sword of Sorcery’s two features, Amethyst and Beowulf, would give the impression DC’s attempts to reach broader ...
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The Zaucer of Zilk #1 (of 2)

Review: The Zaucer of Zilk #1

Many comics over the last few years have embraced a lighter, Silver Age style as a reaction to the latest age of grim'n'gritty, or at least to ...
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Review: Saucer Country #8

More intellectually curious than it is viscerally satisfying, Saucer Country (from Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly) continues in its eighth issue to ...
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Review: Uncanny Avengers #1

A brain surgery is one way to start a reboot.  At least, that's how Rick Remender and John Cassaday open ​Uncanny Avengers​, the image of ...
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Non-Humans #1

Review: Non-Humans #1

There's a moment, more than halfway into ​Non-Humans #1​, where a kid named Todd (the son of the protagonist, Aimes) meets with his girlfriend ...
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Bullet Reviews #78

TUESDAY! Yeah, this has become the primer for New Comics Day, Wednesday. Each week we take a look at a sampling of recently released books from ...
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How I Spent My Summer Invasion #1

Review: How I Spent My Summer Invasion #1

As far as indie comics go, ​the expanded release How I Spent My Summer Invasion​ (from publisher We Comics) really tests the limits of what it ...
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