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Review: X-Files Conspiracy #2 – Spoiled

SPOILER ALERT The Lone Gunmen are back to wrap up the latest and final installment of the frame story of the new IDW X-Files comic event, ...
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Bullet Reviews #143

Bullet Reviews #143: Superior Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, Fables, Batman/Superman and so much more!! Reviews with a quickness on Comic Booked!
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Review: Transformers: Dark Cybertron #1

In the world of Transformers, the Autobots and Decepticons have been at war for what seems like forever. In Transformers: Dark Cybertron #1, ...
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NYCC: A Look at the IDW Announcements

We summarized a bunch of the Marvel announcements from this past weekend earlier, and now we are doing the same for the big announcements and press ...
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Review: Transformers Regeneration One #0

WARNING: There may or may not be spoilers in this article. It all depends on how long you have been reading Transformers Regeneration One because ...
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Madefire Debuts Motion Books for Star Trek and More

Madefire, in partnership with IDW Publishing, has released the properties My Little Pony, Transformers, and Star Trek as Motion Book titles. O...
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Review: Mars Attacks The Transformers

Nearing the end of the Martian attack on the different realities that make up the IDW multiverse we take a look at an attack that turns out to be ...
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April 2013 Solicitations: IDW

Alright, let's jump into some of our selections from the April 2013 Solicitations from the fine folks at IDW Publishing beginning with the good ...
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Bullet Reviews #86

Another week, another round! Comic reviews in the form of quick shot, or Bullet, reviews presented each week by Comic Booked's fine staff of ...
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Review: Transformers Prime – Rage of the Dinobots #1

I am a child of the 80s, quite literally. The decade of the 1980s was, for me, time spent in both elementary and junior high schools, and then ...
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