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Review: Tara Normal #1

The month of ghosts, ghouls and the paranormal is upon us.  Also coming up is the NYCC, were many freaks and ghouls will roam the halls of NYCC looking for some new comic books.  Well folks, you are just in [...]

October 4, 2012 Features
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Required Reading – Green Lantern: Rebirth

Hal Jordan is haunted by death in DC Comics‘ Green Lantern: Rebirth. One might even say he is hunted by death. Before he became the greatest Green Lantern of all, the seeds that helped shape Hal Jordan into the “man without fear” [...]

September 25, 2012 Features
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Comic Review: Happy #1

The highly-anticipated new four-issue comic miniseries, Happy, from Grant Morrison, Darick Robertson, and Image Comics starts this week. As everyone probably knows by now, Grant Morrison is currently taking a break from superheroes for the most part to work on [...]

September 25, 2012 Features
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Star Trek: Hive Review

This week is a truly wonderful week for fans of Star Trek comics! I’ve already reviewed ​The Redshirt’s Tale​ (which you should really check out) and I should be reading the ​Romulan Treasury Collection​ before the end of the week. [...]

September 19, 2012 Features
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Review: Avengers vs. X-Men #11

There is no way for me to talk about this issue without giving away some spoilers.  It’s completely impossible for me to review this issue without doing so.  You have been warned!   Avengers vs. X-Men has all led up [...]

September 14, 2012 Features
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Review – The Ride: Southern Gothic #1

There is something undeniably cool about an anthology focused on murder, sex, and cars.  It’s a very American set of themes, particularly the last third of that equation:  the car’s the symbol of freedom in the ol’ U.S. of A., [...]

September 14, 2012 Features
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Review: Green Lantern #0

As I sat and read through Geoff John’s polarizing new Green Lantern #0, one word kept coming to my mind, over and over, like a splinter: Why? As in, “Why do we need a new Green Lantern of Sector 2814?” We already have four, [...]

September 11, 2012 Features
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Indie Review: The Creators

Earlier this summer I was surfing through my news feed on Facebook and saw a post about a Kickstarter project.  That Kickstarter project was The Creators by Michael S. Bracco.  At first glance I thought this comic book looked pretty [...]

August 23, 2012 Features
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Review: Spike #1

Here’s the thing –  I love Spike.  If I deny the existence of Seeing Red, he stays in a constant struggle for top placing on my “Favorite Vampires With Souls” list.  And, depending on the week, he even occasionally shoves [...]

August 23, 2012 Features
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The Victories #1 Comic Review

The release of one of the most anticipated comics of the year is finally upon us. That’s right, The Victories #1, written and illustrated by Michael Avon Oeming and published by Dark Horse Comics, comes out this week. The Victories [...]

August 14, 2012 Features
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Dave Gibbons Says Before Watchmen “Really Not Canon”

The Before Watchmen comics debate has really polarized the comics community. On one side are the people who share Watchmen writer and co-creator, Alan Moore‘s, contempt for the project as nothing but a transparent cash-grab by DC Comics–the type situation [...]

July 28, 2012 Features
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The Walking Dead #100: Who Is Lucille?

To go along with the other announcement on Tuesday, Image Comics has released the following teaser image for the upcoming The Walking Dead #100 which goes on sale July 11. Nothing more was given, perhaps taking a cue from the [...]

June 20, 2012 News
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Ramon Villalobos & Craig Cermak II Talk Vitruvian Underground

Vitruvian Underground is an awesome independent comic that I recently reviewed, and I talked to the creators of the book about the origins of the idea and their creative process.  Ramon Villalobos wrote and colored the comic, but he’s also [...]

June 1, 2012 Features, Interviews
Check out this new webseries about what it's like to work for a comic book company!

Review: Comic Company – Short Cakes and High Stakes

Comic Company is back with another entertaining and enlightening episode!  I hope you’re enjoying this look into Zenescope’s offices as much as I am!  Every week we get to see another aspect of what it’s like to work for a [...]

May 19, 2012 Features
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Review: Comic Company – Interviews

Episode Five of Comic Company takes us behind closed doors to get a look at how a real comic book company conducts their job interviews!  Comic Company is a must watch web TV series for anyone seeking work in the [...]

May 11, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

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