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Top 5 comics that deserve to have a TV show

Top 5 comics that deserve to have a TV show With the current dash to make successful television shows based on popular comics, I feel like several ...
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Justice League Cinemaverse finally here?

Justice League Cinemaverse finally here? If you liked Man of Steel. If you are chomping at the bit, waiting for Batman vs Superman. Then you ...
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Bullet Reviews #143

Bullet Reviews #143: Superior Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, Fables, Batman/Superman and so much more!! Reviews with a quickness on Comic Booked!
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Bullet Reviews #140

Welcome to 2014 and welcome to Bullet Reviews #140! Seems fitting that the first review of the year is the first issue of Dead Boy Detectives, then ...
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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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Bullet Reviews #135

It's time for Bullet Reviews #135! It's short and sweet this week but that doesn't mean there's a shortage of great titles out there so while these ...
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Bullet Reviews #131

Bullet Reviews #131 covers a few recent books including Fantastic Four #13, Superior Spider-Man #19, Uncanny X-Men #13, and Unwritten #53 (Can't ...
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Bullet Reviews #127

Well, we had a few technical issues but Bullet Reviews #127 is live (better late than never, right?). It's a pretty light week but we have a few ...
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Bullet Reviews #124

Welcome back to another fine installment of Bullet Reviews! This week we begin to wrap up Summer 2013 with Captain America #10, Fables #132, FF ...
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Ax-Grinding: The Unoriginal Sequel

ans and critics alike of my recent shorts-bunching gripey post about the recycling of fairy tale tropes and other unoriginal film archetypes ...
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