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Justice-League Dark #9

Review: Justice League Dark #9

DC Comics’ Justice League Dark #9 begins a new run with Jeff Lemire (Animal Man and Sweet Tooth) taking over writing duties, with Mikel Janin on art. John Constantine (Hellblazer), Deadman, Zatanna, Andrew Bennett (I, Vampire), and the Black Orchid [...]

May 24, 2012 Reviews
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Humans are an Endangered Species in Enormous

Image Comics and Shadowline are rolling out Enormous, a graphic novella by Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour in July. Taking the Jurassic Park approach to the apocalypse, Enormous offers a glimpse of Earth overrun by dinosaurs as the few remaining [...]

May 23, 2012 Reviews
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Witchblade Uncovers Hidden Artifacts!

Image Comics and Top Cow offer the ultimate game for extreme fans of Witchblade – find hidden messages in artist John Tyler Christopher’s cover art! Christopher began hiding these messages starting with issue 151 on A covers. For fans of [...]

May 23, 2012 Reviews
Winter Soldier 5

Review: Winter Soldier #5

One of the best things Marvel Comics did this year was let Bucky Barnes’ Winter Soldier get his own title. Writer Ed Brubaker and artist Butch Guice are taking an old-school approach to making this one of Marvel’s best series. [...]

May 20, 2012 Reviews
Action Comics 9

Review: Action Comics #9

After finishing the first major story arc of DC’s rebooted Action Comics  series, Grant Morrison and artist Gene Ha give readers a decidedly different Elseworlds style tale of Calvin Ellis – Superman of Earth 23. For all of you Final [...]

May 19, 2012 Reviews
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Review: The Secret Service #2

Marvel Comics’ creator-owned imprint Icon has become a de facto arm of writer Mark Millar as of late. His and artist Dave Gibbons newest offering, The Secret Service, debuted with an interesting plot, witty writing, and built a strong emotional [...]

May 19, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Hellblazer #291

For fans of Vertigo’s  Hellblazer comic, and John Constantine in particular, issue 291 proves a bit anti-climatic as the epilogue to the recent Another Season in Hell arc. Peter Milligan wrote a fantastic story up until this issue, but brings [...]

May 18, 2012 Reviews