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Rick Remender

Black Science #3

Review: Black Science #3

A spoiler free review of Black Science #3 by Rick Remender, Mateo Scalera, and Dean White. Fictional science just got even cooler on Comic Booked!
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Uncanny Avengers cover

Review: Uncanny Avengers #16

Review for Uncanny Avengers #16, Featuring Thor and Cap vs. The Apocalypse Twins! Read about Remender's epic in the making on Comic Booked!
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Deadly Class #1

Review: Deadly Class #1 – Slightly Spoiled

If you liked Wanted or The Bourne Identity, get ready for a serious story that will keep you guessing. Deadly Class #1 is the new comic from Rick Remender and Image Comics.
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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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Uncanny Avengers #15

Review: Uncanny Avengers #15

Spoilers! Very few comics have this big of an impact on the Marvel Universe.  If death really doesn't matter in the Marvel U (or DC for that ...
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Banshee Returns!

Review:Uncanny Avengers #10

The return of four dead characters!?  Normally that would be a huge selling point but for me, it is just another Marvel gimmick that has gotten ...
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Uncanny Avengers #9

Uncanny Avengers #9

The only title to have the gumption to show how little the X-Men and Avengers really trust one another brings another issue of mistrust, deceit, ...
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Uncanny Avengers #8 Cover

First Look:Uncanny Avengers #8

After the events of Uncanny Avengers #5 we can pretty much assume whatever evil or horror that is threatening the world is all Thor's fault.  Odin ...
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Uncanny Avengers #5 Cover

Uncanny Avengers #5

Uncanny Avengers has become the highlight of my month.  You think I'm kidding, but I give you my word, I am not.  This series has been so good ...
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Uncanny Avengers 4

Review: Uncanny Avengers #4

Uncanny Avengers #3 received one of the best reviews I have ever given any book.  Needless to say this has been the longest gap in between a title ...
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