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2013 End of Year Comic Awards

Comic Booked’s Best of 2013

With this being my first year at Comic Booked, I was very proud to participate and work with everybody on putting this year end list together. ...
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Review: Fatale #11

Image Comics' release of the Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' title Fatale begins a series of stand-alone stories after wrapping its last arc. The ...
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Image Comics Reveals the Curse of Femme FATALE

Image Comics has now announced the release of four standalone flashback issues by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips relating to their series FATALE....
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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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Winter Soldier #9

Review: Winter Soldier #9

So, Ed Brubaker has kicked off the countdown to his complete exit from Marvel.  Of course, there's the little asterisk he gives that he ​may one ...
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: A Chat with 44 Flood

In this week's Comic Revolt, I spoke with the collective 44 Flood about the success of their Tome Kickstarter campaign. Their original funding goal ...
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Review: Avengers vs. X-Men #10

So we are down to only two X-Men holding the power of the Phoenix Force: Scott Summers and Emma Frost.   The Avengers are screwed six ways to ...
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The Future of Captain America is Marvel NOW!

Marvel NOW!, Marvel’s soft-reboot of their entire universe, has created more than a few strange and bold choices. Matt Fraction on Fantastic ...
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Fatale #6

Review: Fatale #6

Historically speaking, the 1970s are sometimes regarded as the crash of the 60s.  The gains made in the civil rights movement and the euphoric ...
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Winter Soldier #7

Review: Winter Soldier #7

For part two of Broken Arrow, Michael Lark finally managed to break from his usual grim-darkness for precisely one panel.  It's set during a ...
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