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Press Release

New Rat Queens One-Shot

Fans will experience a cyberpunk take on the RAT QUEENS by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Will Kirkby from Image/Shadowline this July in an electrically thrilling one...

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5 Comics Not To Miss This Week

The dedicated and hard-working comic fans here at Word of the Nerd have sorted through this week’s new releases to bring you in no particular order, five...

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Rat Queens Returns In March

Image/Shadowline Comics is pleased to announce that the New York Times bestselling, fan-favorite series RAT QUEENS, written and co-created by Kurtis J. Wiebe...

Reviews

Review – Peter Panzerfaust #20

First of all, I think congratulations are in order for Kurtis J. Wiebe and Shannon Woodhouse who welcomed their daughter, Willow, into the world not too long...

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Review – Rat Queens #7

If I was the meteorologist of Palisade, I’d definitely start rethinking my career options. A rainstorm is one thing, but giant tentacled elder gods...

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Review – Peter Panzerfaust #19

If you listened to the podcast where I interviewed Kurtis J. Wiebe, then you know that when we talked about Peter Panzerfaust Wiebe pointed out that one of the...

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Review – Rat Queens #6

The A-Team of modern fantasy comic books are back and no time is wasted as Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch dive right into what will likely be a highly...

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Review – Peter Panzerfaust #18

In J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, the Boy Who Never Grew Up is constantly locked in battle with his arch-nemesis, Captain James Hook. Peter is the trickster...

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Review – Rat Queens #5

For those who fight hard, the reward is to party hard and in the city of Palisade there are two things the Rat Queens are good at: fighting and partying...

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Review – Peter Panzerfaust #17

The hunt continues as Tiger Lily and Julien track down the men responsible for killing Lily’s father and here’s where we get to see what the older...

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Review – Rat Queens #4

You know how in most books the plot starts some sort of mystery or a problem to solve that tends to become the ongoing, if not the overarching, narrative...

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