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Review: Chin Music #1

Silence is a powerful tool in storytelling, especially in a medium like comic books where the art functions as a means of conveying the story...

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Legend of the Shadow Clan #4

The fun and excitement continues in issue #4 of Aspen Comics‘ Legend of the Shadow Clan! Just when you thought life could not get...

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The Superior Spider-Man #9 Review

The Superior Spider-Man #9 will, no doubt, leave many fans divided with varying degrees of equal disdain and hearty approval. In many ways, it is...

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Review: The Movement #1

I have been burdened with great and glorious purpose! Wait…wrong company. Anyways, I have been tasked to spread the gospel of The Movement...

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Review: Snapshot #4

It’s rare that an ending defies your expectations in a good way. While I’ve been gearing up for the finale of Snapshot, building it up in...

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That’s right, we’re back to review slap you with several small chunks of new comic goodness. Enjoy.   Young Avengers #4 – @kierongillen...

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Review: Black Beetle: No Way Out #3

The beauty of pulps, especially pulp comics, is the amount of leeway given for them to evoke not just an era of smooth operators and gritty realism...

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Review: Jirni #1

So…let’s talk about cheesecake for a second. Not the delicious desert, but the male gaze variety. Cheesecake, for those of you casual...

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Invincible Universe #1

Are you one of those people that reads X-Men or Avengers and thinks, ‘Man, there are way too many characters in this book, it’s a bit convoluted and...

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X Zero Review

Thanks to its recently successful revival Ghost, Dark Horse comics is bringing back its other successful original creation, X. The X killer is the...

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Star Wars #4 Review

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Carlos D’Anda Colorist: Gale Eltaeb Release Date: 10th April 2013 If you are worried...

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Review: Saga #12 [Updated]

The funny thing about Saga is Brian K. Vaughan’s ability to set up a plot, completely diverge from it, and then return to it without making you...

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