Author Archives: Joshua Mocle

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Columns
Reboot Nation: JLA vs. Justice League

By | Dec 16, 2011 | Columns

Over the years, some of the most powerful and well known super heroes in the history of comic books have made their way into and out of the roster of the Justice League of America. Because of this, it has made the team the single most recognizable grouping of super heroes ever (even if a […]

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News
Matt Fraction and Nathan Fox’s Osama Comic Now Online

By | Dec 8, 2011 | News

We confirmed it for you back in October, ran a preview of it in November and now, in December, the entirety of Matt Fraction and Nate Fox’s gruesome mini-comic “For God and Country” is online at GQ Magazine’s Website, complete with commentary from Fraction. Originally released inside of their Men of the Year retrospective issue […]

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Columns
Longbox Diving – The Maiden Voyage(s) of the X-Club!

By | Dec 7, 2011 | Columns

Later today, one of the X-Properties with the most untapped creative potential graduates to its own five issue mini-series (that we will hopefully actually see all five of). However these are not the first X-Club adventures voracious, science loving readers can partake from. Hidden deep within both X-Crossovers Second Coming and Curse of the Mutants […]

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Tom DeFalco Takes Over Legion Lost

By | Dec 6, 2011 | News

It seems Bob Harris is not the only former Marvel EiC to shack up with DC Comics as it has now been revealed that Tom DeFalco will be taking over writing duties on Legion Lost, DC’s controversial Legion spin-off book featuring several of that title’s core characters lost in the “modern day” DCU. According to […]

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Columns
Friday Recommendation – Skullkickers

By | Dec 2, 2011 | Columns

For the last year, I’ve written quite a bit about Image Comics’ off-beat fantasy/action series Skullkickers and virtually every time I do so, I make note of the fact that its “the fantasy crap that I actually like” or “weird fantasy that works” or in the case of the labels for this very article, “fantasy […]

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Reviews
Review: Ghost Rider #6

By | Dec 2, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Rob WilliamsIllustrated by Dalibor Talajic The Ghost Rider comes across a town harboring a deadly secret and must stand judgment of a centuries-old crime. Can a Spirit of Vengeance show mercy or would she burn sons for the sins of their fathers? Despite actively avoiding this new beginning for a character I had […]

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Peter David Pens A Comic Book Bill of Rights

By | Nov 29, 2011 | News

Legendary comic scribe Peter David has been to plenty of conventions in his time and with such events and the advent of the internet as a mode of communication bridging the gap (literally and figuratively) between comic creator and comic fan, Mr. David has taken it upon himself to pioneer a movement to establish a […]

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Reviews
Review: I, Vampire #3

By | Nov 25, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Joshua Hale FialkovIllustrated by Andrea Sorrentino Across the country, bodies litter the streets as the Queen of Blood builds her army. A weakened Andrew must seek the aid of an old ally, but the game of death has a new wild card who may help Andrew tip the balance of power — or […]

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Review: The Mighty Thor #8

By | Nov 24, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Matt FractionIllustrated by Pasqual Ferry Who is Tanarus, and why is he the new God of Thunder? Who is Tanarus and why is he the new God of Thunder indeed? Introduced earlier this month in Fear Itself 7.2, this issue marks the first adventure of one of the Marvel Universe’s more interesting new […]

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