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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 15

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 ...
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Action Comics #19

Dear DC: What’s Going On With Your Writers and Editors?

I've been quite critical of DC and how their creative teams keep jumping around for many of the books. In the first 2 years of many titles, we have ...
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Poll: Most Embarrassing Moments of 2012

Before 2012 wraps up, please join me for one last awkward, slippery, cringe worthy trip down memory lane! In 2012 the comic book industry had its ...
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Deathstroke #0

Review: Deathstroke #0

So, we come to this:  the conclusion to Rob Liefeld's run on ​Deathstroke​, ending with a gimmick.  A fitting capstone to his casual, one ...
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Grifter #12--why'd he paint his face like his mask?

Review: Grifter #12

In this comic, there is not one, but two dramatic reveals where someone who was previously thought beaten had really planned it all along.  You ...
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Rob Liefeld Calls it Quits with DC Comics

Rob Liefeld, the current writer and artist on DC book Deathstroke announced via his twitter account earlier today that he would be parting ways ...
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Bullet Reviews #71

It's Tuesday. Around here we know it's Bullet Reviews Day as we take a look as some of the industry's recent releases and see if maybe something ...
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Savage Hawkman #11

Review: The Savage Hawkman #11

I have to admire Rob Liefeld and his ​Savage Hawkman​ team.  For the eleventh issue (their third since taking over the title), they display a ...
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It Came From The Longbox #10: Lobo: The Last Czarnian

Deep within my collection there are books long forgotten, either by chance or by choice.  It Came From The Longbox is where some of these books ...
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Prophet #25

Review: Prophet #25

There's a scene in the last half of this issue of Prophet where a John Prophet clone, Andronocles, lures a monster that resembles a cross between ...
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