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Comic Book Releases for November 27, 2013

As you prepare for the feast this week, there are a ton of new books coming out. There is bound to be something on your list to help you slip into that Tryptophan coma. There are several annuals on Marvel’s [...]

November 25, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Manifest Destiny #1

The idea of Manifest Destiny is something that you probably learned in U.S. History. This idea was that the American settlers had a destiny of expanding across the continent. To this end, the expedition of Lewis and Clark was sent [...]

November 17, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Three #2

Three #2 is the most excited I’ve been about a series since the debut of Zero earlier this year. Now I know that’s not saying much considering Zero was only started two-three months ago, but this just shows the kind [...]

November 15, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Umbral #1

Written by Antony Johnston and drawn by Christopher Mitten, I was not sure what to expect from this duo what I had seen in Wasteland #1, that post-apocalyptic story weave together from Oni Press which you can conveniently read the [...]

November 13, 2013 Reviews
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Picks of the Week for 11/06/13

Picks of the Week everybody: East of West 7 – Hickman’s been killing it on his apocalyptic space-western month in and month out. A complex storyline with interesting characters, a huge backstory, and some excellent building of the mythology and [...]

November 13, 2013 Features
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San Francisco to host Image Expo

San Francisco is to be the home for Image Expo in January 2014. A great opportunity to get out and see what kind of cool stuff Image Comics has in store for the coming year. This year the guests include [...]

November 12, 2013 News
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Saga #15 – Review

The adult fantasy\sci-fi epic continues with Saga Chapter 15. To bring you up to speed, our “heroes”, Alana and Marko come from two different worlds, almost literally. Alana is from the world of Landfall and Marko from Landfall’s moon, Wreath. [...]

November 2, 2013 Reviews
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 41

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would [...]

October 12, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Sex Criminals #1

Sex can be quite the difficult subject to tackle when used in fiction because so many people view it differently. For some, it’s just something fun and enjoyable.  For others, it’s a thing of love and passion.  And others use [...]

September 28, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Ghosted #3

One of the fundamental questions that ultimately pops up when discussing horror-based pop-culture is “do you believe in ghosts?” Now you have three options when answering this question. You can say: I do believe in ghosts and provide a compelling [...]

September 13, 2013 Reviews
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Bullet Reviews #125

Bullet Reviews! This week we take a look at a lot of different books including Dark Shadows: Year One #5, He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe #5, Satellite Sam #3, The Star Wars #1, and Superior Spider-Man #17 But [...]

September 10, 2013 Reviews
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Satellite Sam #3 – Review

Satellite Sam is a series from Image Comics. It’s a unique comic book series in that the illustrations are completely in black and white, almost like it belongs in a newspaper. Going with that style, the series covers a group [...]

September 8, 2013 Reviews
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News: And the 2013 Hugo Award Goes to Saga

The Hugo Awards were established in 1953 in order to commemorate the best works in the science fiction and fantasy genres. While the rules for nomination and awarding have changed over the years, it still only allows the best of [...]

September 2, 2013 News, Reviews
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Review: Secret #3

Secret #3 is different from Hickman’s other works. It inherently contradicts the nature of just about every other comic he’s published. How does it do this? It’s small scale. Whereas The Manhattan Projects, Avengers, New Avengers, and East of West [...]

August 29, 2013 Reviews
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Book Preview: Ales Kot’s Zero #1

“War is a disease” – Ales Kot After leaving Suicide Squad over at DC comics after four issues, Ales Kot is coming back to Image Comics with a new book in September, Zero. Here’s the solicit: ZERO #1 story ALES [...]

August 20, 2013 Reviews