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The New 52: Futures End #1 Review

The New 52: Futures End #1 Review (w): Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen (a): Patrick Zircher, w/ Hi-Fi (c) and Dezi Sienty (l) Futures End #1 (as I will be shortening it here, because really?) picks up [...]

May 8, 2014 Reviews
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DC Comics And Beyond – Before Watchmen: Rorschach #1

I’ve been pleasantly surprised on several levels by this event from DC, so it’s time to review the latest release! Before Watchmen: Rorschach #1. Here’s the description from dccomics.com: “Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo reunite for this Before Watchmen tale [...]

August 16, 2012 Reviews
In its Brevity

Review: Wonder Woman #8

(Written by Brian Azzarello, Drawn by Cliff Chiang, Published by DC) Last issue’s worthless, needlessly controversial retcon of the Amazons aside, Wonder Woman has been on quite a streak lately.  The series since the New 52 reboot has utilized a neo-noir/gothic [...]

May 9, 2012 Reviews
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C2E2: Before Watchmen All Access Panel

Many of you heard the news right here on Comic Booked that DC Comics would be running a series of books based on the Watchmen characters called Before Watchmen. This weekend at C2E2, DC hosted a panel featuring many of [...]

April 15, 2012 Reviews
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C2E2: DC Comics – The New 52 Panel

Not in Chicago this weekend for the big C2E2 convention, but still want to know what DC Comics is saying about the future of The New 52? Don’t you worry, Comic Booked has got you covered! DC Comics’ The New [...]

April 14, 2012 Reviews
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WonderCon 2012: Before Watchmen With Straczynski And Lee

When DC Comics announced a series of prequels to Alan Moore’s classic Watchmen, it was met with mixed reactions. Some fans were excited at the possibility of learning the origins of the heroes in the story, like Dr. Manhattan, Rorschach, [...]

March 18, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Spaceman (#4 of 9) in a “Must Read” Miniseries

I admit: I was late to the Spaceman party. On a slow release week, I just happened to pick up the specially priced $1 issue of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso’s Spaceman #1, from Vertigo Comics, that I saw sitting [...]

March 3, 2012 Reviews
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“Nothing Ever Ends:” The Watchmen Prequels

The superheroes of Watchmen, one of the best-regarded comics of all time, have held an unusual distinction for over 25 years: despite their enduring appeal and ownership by a major publisher in a serial market, they’ve only appeared in a [...]

February 1, 2012 Features, Reviews
By Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang

Review: Wonder Woman #4

I haven’t read that many Wonder Woman comics.  The Amazon is one of the few blindspots in my comic book education.  Granted, I’ve caught her many appearances in Justice League comics, and I’m familiar with her world through the issue [...]

December 21, 2011 Reviews
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The Horror! The Horror!

Even though Halloween is behind us now, there are still plenty of great comics in the horror genre that you can enjoy year-round.  I had previously promised to suggest some great horror titles, past and present.  This task actually proved [...]

November 3, 2011 Reviews
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Review: Wonder Woman #2

I admit that I haven’t read any Wonder Woman comics except for the first issue of this series.  I’m familiar with the premise of the character and her origin story, but outside of her appearances in Justice League comics and [...]

October 23, 2011 Reviews
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NYCC: Vertigo Comics – Visions and Some Scary Stuff

DC’s edgy mature line, Vertigo Comics held two panels at this weekends New York Comic Con at the Jacob Javits Center.  Vertigo Visions, the first panel on Friday, focused on “the weird, the wild and the always unexpected” that is always [...]

October 17, 2011 Reviews
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Review: Wonder Woman #1

I didn’t know what to expect from this comic.  While I’m familiar with her origin and the basic elements of her world, I admit that I’ve read only a couple of Wonder Woman comics.  I haven’t even read a single [...]

September 22, 2011 Reviews
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Talking Flashpoints – Part 9

The DC Comics Universe continues down the road towards its date with destiny, Barry Allen, Cyborg, Batman, and friends are taking things on the offensive, in an attempt to put an end to the war between Atlantis and the Amazons.  [...]

August 4, 2011 Reviews
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Vertigo Releases Strange Adventures Anthology

Along with the comics I’m sure you’re picking up tomorrow, Vertigo is releasing its first anthology collection of “Strange Adventures.” Where normally we might not take the time to announce this as news, I do want to bring it to [...]

May 24, 2011 Reviews