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Review: Caliban #1 from Avatar Press – Spoiled

This week, you will not want to miss the newest comic book from Garth Ennis, Caliban #1 from Avatar Press. If you have loved video games like Dead Space and Doom or movies like Alien and Event Horizon, but you [...]

April 6, 2014 Reviews
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Moranic Reviews- Engines Of Doom

  Fabian Rangel Jr. in a short time has become one of the most diverse and prolific indie writers in the industry.     His debut comic series, Extinct, for 215 ink was a wondrous romp filled with werewolves and teenagers in [...]

April 26, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Review: The Shadow #1

Dynamite Entertainment has made themselves a nice little niche, taking characters from a wide range of media, many of whose histories predate comics, and getting top creators to work to recreate them in entertaining comics. Enter The Shadow, a pulp [...]

April 21, 2012 Reviews
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C-Day Events, Crossed: Badlands & Wish You Were Here Debut

As we previously reported here on ComicBooked.com, March 14th is “C-Day.” The promised day is finally upon us, and Avatar Press has officially gone “all-in” for C-Day, which will see: Crossed events taking place at local comic shops throughout the [...]

March 14, 2012 Reviews
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Big “Crossed: Badlands” Cover Art Preview Extravaganza

In case you didn’t know, March 14th is “C-Day.” What’s C-Day? I’m glad you asked. C-Day marks the kickoff of the first arc, from Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows, of the new Crossed: Badlands series from our friends at Avatar [...]

February 15, 2012 Reviews
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MARS ATTACKS Creative Team Announced

IDW has released the following information for their recently announced Mars Attacks! comic book series: John Layman, John McCrea to reimagine cult sci-fi classic in June San Diego, CA (January 23, 2012)— IDW Publishing and Topps are pleased to announce the [...]

January 24, 2012 Reviews
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Review – Crossed: Badlands Opening Salvo

As I reported in our Stitched Comic Series Review and Garth Ennis News here on Comic Booked, Avatar Press will be starting a new Crossed: Badlands series that will be kicked off by the original creative team of Garth Ennis and Jacen [...]

December 29, 2011 Reviews
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“Stitched” Comic Series Review and Garth Ennis News

Stitched, as you likely know, is the first-ever movie from Garth Ennis.  GARTH ENNIS!  I was excited when I first heard about the project, and even more so when I learned that there would be a new Avatar Press comic [...]

December 20, 2011 Reviews
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PunisherMAX R.I.P. – The War Ends in February

Marvel has been dropping the hammer on many of their more under-performing titles lately, with X-23, Black Panther, and Ghost Rider each seeing the ends of their runs. Luckily, Marvel will allow PunisherMAX to see its story to a climax, [...]

November 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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Avatar Press Announces a “Feral” New Werewolf Series

Just as we approach the obligatory Halloween horror-fest, Avatar Press has announced a new comic titled Ferals, to put some monsterrific fright into the fall season.  Ferals is going to be a werewolf story written by Eisner Award winning horror [...]

October 24, 2011 Reviews
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Garth Ennis Short Film “Stitched” to Become an Ongoing Comic Series

Remember back before San Diego Comic-Con, I wrote a preview article about what Avatar Press had in store for convention goers?  One of the many treats that they had lined up was a screening of the short film Stitched, that [...]

September 6, 2011 Reviews
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The Boys: Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker #1

Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker is the first installment of six, in a spin-off from the pages of Dynamite Comics hit series The Boys. Created by author Garth Ennis and illustrator Darick Robertson, The Boys is one of the most compelling, realistic superhero [...]

July 23, 2011 Reviews
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The Boys: A Retrospective Part 2

Dynamite Comic’s The Boys has been one of my personal favorite comics since the first time I read issue #1. This book takes place in a pessimistically realistic universe where superheroes are created and backed by a major corporation known [...]

July 23, 2011 Reviews
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Avatar Press Brings the Gory Goodness to SDCC

Avatar Press always pulls out all the stops when it comes to conventions.  Avatar has a booth bursting with great guests and books, as well as hosting excellent, fun, and informative panel discussions.  Their presence at San Diego Comic-Con this [...]

July 16, 2011 Reviews