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Loki: Agent of Asgard #3 (Comic Review)

Your Life Is A Story I’ve Already Written: by Al Ewing & Lee Garbett Loki’s back! A character who has seemed to explode into everybody’s hearts after his film debut in Thor, his popularity with the fans growing to the … Continue reading

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Amulet Vol. 5, Prince of the Elves Review

Kazu Kibuishi’s all ages series Amulet has been a high stakes, engaging, fantasy adventure from the start. His readers are used to multifaceted characters, magical action sequences, and pages of beautiful art. I am happy to say that the fifth … Continue reading

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Interview with Moriarty creator Daniel Corey

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Angel & Faith Review

Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Rebekah Isaacs Colorist: Dan Jackson Cover Artist: Steve Morris (Joss Whedon, Executive Producer) Let’s start by covering the Angel & Faith basics: 1. Yes, this is canon Buffyverse! 2. It directly follows the events of Buffy the Vampire … Continue reading

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Anya’s Ghost

“A masterpiece!” – Neil Gaiman For many of us this kind of stellar response from Neil Gaiman is all we need to pick up a new book. But for everyone else, this is an independent gem not to be missed. … Continue reading

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izombie

A new series by Mike Allred, (Madman, The Atomics.) colored by his wife, Laura Allred. The series takes place in modern day Eugene, Oregon unfolding the mysterious adventures of Gwen Dylan, a member of the recently deceased and a brain … Continue reading

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Blacksad

  Following private investigator John Blacksad in late 1950’s America, artist Juanjo Guarnido illustrates the book with astonishing detail. The anthropomorphic character design expressively and believably encompasses a character’s traits. These illustrations push the genre to new heights. The rich … Continue reading

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Flashpoint: Batman Knight of Vengeance #1

“But Uel,” you say, “I’m not a fan of event books.” Who is? “These crossovers are just an attempt to separate me from my money.” Maybe, but to get Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso to write and draw a Batman … Continue reading

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