Spawn #250 and Al Simmons Resurrection

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Spawn #250 review Ah yes, Spawn, my childhood’s coming back in view already, the book that didn’t start it all but one I accepted as my favorite. I was nine or 10, those were better times. So Spawn #250 and Spawn: Resurrection are out, did you know that? Of course you did, it was kind […]


Descender #1. Outlaw Android.

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Descender #1 review A united galaxy of over 6 million citizens in harmony with AI is met by Galactus size alien robots who aren’t exactly there to celebrate coexistence. As a reactive species, humans outlaw androids for a decade, but one somehow manages to survive, and thus the continuing struggles of androids and humans begins […]


The Black Hood #1. Depressed Much?

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The Black Hood #1 review Black Circle Comics brings back a forgotten hero from the 1970’s, I didn’t even know who the Black Hood was, so maybe forgotten is the wrong word to use in my case, but nevertheless here he is and man is it dark and depressing. A Philly cop attempts to stop […]


Star Wars Darth Vader #1. Sith Failure.

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Darth Vader #1 review Marvel continues to put it’s partnership/ownership of the Star Wars franchise in high gear with the newest Darth Vader #1. Coming in hot off the heals of A New Hope, Darth Vader #1 lets you see Vader at his lowest. With the destruction of the Death Star and his failure to […]


Nameless #1. Zirom Trian Ipam Ipamis.

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Nameless #1 review Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham team up again for something a little more cryptic and messed up than the Batman and Robin we’ve seen in the past. Nameless #1 explores the dark worlds of the occult and the doomed distant future. “Nameless”, while he points out is still a name, has the […]


Munchkin #1. Come for the Loots, Stay for the Betrayals.

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Munchkin #1 review Munchkin, the RPG-like card game that I’ve always been curious about but too cheap to buy. Maybe I’m a little complacent in the fact that I really haven’t tried that hard to play it, or maybe I’ve been a little scared to, card games can be confusing, and a game meant for […]


Ant-Man #1. Slackers can be heroes too.

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Ant-Man #1 review So here’s the thing, the internet is cruel beast sometimes, how is this your problem, you ask? We’ll answer that when you’re trying to escape Skynet in 2029, but for the time being, my initial review for Ant-Man #1 was completely deleted when the site crashed last night, sooooo… you now get […]


The Valiant #1. What’s a Geomancer?

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The Valiant #1 review I wish I was a bigger Valiant fan, then I would know if Valiant actually does “epics” that often, because The Valiant #1 is supposed to be just that. And surprised to say I just found out before writing this review that it’s actually only going to be a four issue […]


Bitch Planet #1. Caged and Enraged!

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Bitch Planet #1 Bring on the sexploitation plots of the 60’s and 70’s in Kelly Sue’s latest book, Bitch Planet #1. I love almost all of Kelly Sue DeConnick’s work, from Ghost to Captain Marvel she’s always impressive, but I like to compare her also to Maude Lebowski with her work being strongly vaginal. Bitch […]


Spider-Woman #1. Jessica’s So Called Life

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Spider-Woman #1 Review The Spider-Verse is in full swing and completely blowing my mind, but probably not in the way you would think. The Spider-Verse is so intense and confusing that it’s actually made my brain hurt. So many spidermens so little time, but one spider with the support of her popularity has managed to […]


Deep State #1. It Came from Russia with Love

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Deep State #1 review Man, I’m still chuckling at my title I gave this Deep State #1 review, “It Came from Russia with Love”, brilliant. So why the James Bond pun? How about nothing about James Bond is related to Deep State, but the horror title moniker “It Came From” is where we’ll rest most […]


Tooth and Claw #1. Animal People.

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Tooth and Claw #1 review In the back of Tooth and Claw #1, its writer Kurt Busiek has a funny little piece where he’s interacting with his creative team for the first time describing Tooth and Claw as a “sprawling fantasy series about animal people”. He would love to divulge more information and you can […]