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Review: Edge of Spider-Verse #5

This series, designed to introduce us to some of the many and varied other inhabitants of the Spider-Verse has been one of the biggest and most pleasant surprises to come out of The House of Ideas this year. The main thrust of this five issue series consists of five one-off stories that get our … [Read More...]

Marvel and DC

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Review: Edge of Spider-Verse #5

This series, designed to introduce us to some of the many and varied other inhabitants of the Spider-Verse has been one of the biggest and most pleasant surprises to … [Read More...]

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Batman Eternal #21 – James Tynion IV and Jason Fabok

This review contains spoilers for the issue Batman Eternal has been a series that has been ticking along nicely in one corner of the DC universe. The weekly … [Read More...]

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Review: Original Sin #5

Jason Aaron steps on the brakes, slowing the brisk pace of his revelation filled narrative in this current issue that trades dynamic character interaction and … [Read More...]

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Review: Rocket Raccoon #1

Skottie Young and Jean-Francois Beaulieu could have gone for an obvious cash grab when given the opportunity to work on a Rocket Raccoon solo series. It's a … [Read More...]

Press Releases / Industry News

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Sunglasses After Dark Collected Edition

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Vampire Cult Classic Sunglasses After Dark Gets Collected  Nancy A. Collins’ Celebrated Comic Book Series Becomes Her First Graphic … [Read More...]

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Star Trek Meets Planet of the Apes

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Star Trek™ Meets Planet Of The Apes! IDW Publishing Partners With Boom! Studios For Epic Crossover San … [Read More...]

Other Companies

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Sunglasses After Dark Collected Edition

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Vampire Cult Classic Sunglasses After Dark Gets Collected  Nancy A. Collins’ Celebrated Comic Book Series Becomes Her First Graphic … [Read More...]

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Star Trek Meets Planet of the Apes

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Star Trek™ Meets Planet Of The Apes! IDW Publishing Partners With Boom! Studios For Epic Crossover San … [Read More...]

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Deadly Class: Heavy And I Like It

I have an evolving monthly pull list of only four or five titles, and one of them for the past six months has been Deadly Class. Co-created by Rick Remender and … [Read More...]

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Political Cartoons Collection: The Story of Puck

What Fools These Morals Be: The Story of PUCK! The Most Important U.S. Political Satire and Cartoon Magazine Gets Collected San Diego, CA (June 26, 2014) – … [Read More...]

Webcomics

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Gold Humour: Texts From Superheroes

Thanks to a friend letting me know about the site Texts From Superheroes, I can pass it on to you to enjoy as well. Here's one example: Now go check out the … [Read More...]

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Webcomic Wednesday – Moth City Part 4

You can never have too much of a good thing. That's why this week, for Webcomic Wednesday, I return through the digital space to look at Tim Gibson's Moth City, as … [Read More...]

Random Goodness

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Mini-Reviews: Todd The Ugliest Kid, Hoax Hunters and Judge Dredd

Ahhh, the best time of the month when my monthly stash of non-digital comics arrives. Here's my brief thoughts on what I've read: Hoax Hunters #9: I've been threatening to stop reading this for a few months now and this flip-book doesn't do much to convince … [Read More...]

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Webcomic Wednesday – Batman ’66

Holy atomic pile Batman! It's Webcomic Wednesday, the day I trawl through the digital space to show the readers something new and exciting. This week I'm checking out DC's latest digital effort Batman '66, courtesy of writer Jeff Parker, and the various … [Read More...]

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Review: Moth City Season 3 Part 1 – Tim Gibson

Moth City is almost completely unrecognisable from where it began. While writer/artist Tim Gibson warned us, introducing this series as a blend of film noir, horror and the Chinese manhua, but nothing could prepare fans for how much horror it would manifest. … [Read More...]

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Review: Wolves of Summer #1 – Tony Keaton & Andrew Herbst

When I was a kid I always imagined being a soldier. Many times I'd live out exciting Star Wars fantasies as I fought in my own imaginary battles in a galaxy far, far away. Now being older and wiser I know that war isn't being a hero and getting the girl - it's … [Read More...]

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Why Ben Affleck is Good for Batman (and Superman)

Silver Linings Superhero is a regular column from Sean Robinson, which tries to show the more positive aspects of current comic events, and remind you that things aren't all that bad. If you would like to suggest something for a future column, drop us a … [Read More...]