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Review: Evil Ernie #2

When I picked up the first issue of Evil Ernie from Dynamite Entertainment I have to admit I was very nervous when I finally got home and started ...
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Bullet Reviews #82

One of the worst things we face on a Wednesday is a small week. Only getting 2 comic books? Well, maybe it's a good week to try something new! Here ...
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Review: Marvel NOW! Deadpool #1

I don't know about everyone else but for me this whole Marvel NOW! thing has been really low-key. Uncanny Avengers #1 came out and wasn't much to ...
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Giant-Size Bullet Reviews #81!

A special note to our regular Bullet Reviews readers and followers: You may have noticed Bullet Reviews was missing from your regular Tuesday ...
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Review: Robyn Hood #2

There is a lot being said lately about the supposed lack of strong female characters in comic books today. Apparently, these people haven't seen ...
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Candy Or Comics: Halloween ComicFest 2012, Part II

On Monday I shared a few of the books being offered this year on Halloween at comic shops across the fruited plains. Today, while we all gather our ...
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Bullet Reviews #80

Hey, everyone! How do you like our new look? I've been calling it Comic Booked NOW! But, unlike some other people, a new look doesn't mean a ...
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Candy Or Comics: Halloween ComicFest

  What do you get when you cross Free Comic Book Day and Halloween? Halloween ComicFest 2012! Yes, in case you haven't noticed yet, this ...
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Award-winning Comic Mash-up Kill Shakespeare Returns to IDW with New Limited Series!

IDW Publishing, home of many great titles, has recently announced the return of one of their biggest hits: San Diego, CA (October 11, 2012) – ...
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Review: Evil Ernie #1 (2012)

Seems like only yesterday I was still collecting Fangoria Magazine when issue 108 came out. The cover featured People Under The Stairs, a true ...
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