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Review: Doom Patrol #21

By | Apr 8, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Keith GiffenPenciled by Matthew Clark and Ron Randall In this spotlight issue, witness the past, present, and future of the Doom Patrol through the eyes of the only constant member of the team. Through all its reincarnations, through all his remodelings —- you can’t have a Doom Patrol without Cliff “Robotman” Steele! Keith […]

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Review: The Boys #53

By | Apr 8, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Garth EnnisIllustrated by John McCrea Christmas 1944 sees Captain Greg Mallory safely in reserve, far from the front line with Nazi Germany. A good time to rest and refit, to recover from the horrors of war. Not such a good time for a unit of very special soldiers — backed by the Vought-American-Consolidated […]

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Review: Herc #1

By | Apr 8, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van LenteIllustrated by Neil Edwards A BOLD NEW ERA FOR THE LION OF OLYMPUS! The Chaos War left 
Hercules without powers — and without a sidekick. But when mythic evil stalks the streets, and a latter day band of Hercules-worshippers cries out for their savior, what is the son […]

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Review: Brightest Day #23

By | Apr 7, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Geoff Johns and Peter TomasiIllustrated by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Norm Rapmund, and Oclair Albert It’s the beginning of the end as we head toward the epic conclusion to BRIGHTEST DAY! The mystery of the heroes’ return and the secrets of the white forest are revealed! Plus, Captain Boomerang draws closer to completing […]

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Review: Fear Itself #1

By | Apr 7, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Matt FractionIllustrated by Stuart Immonen DO YOU FEAR…TOMORROW? In this time of global anxiety, of economic turmoil and mass hysteria, Sin, the new Red Skull, has made an awesome discovery…a shameful secret that will rock the foundations of the Marvel Universe! A revelation that will divide father and son, turn friend against friend, […]

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Advance Review: Green Wake #1

By | Apr 4, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Kurtis WiebeIllustrated by Riley Rossmo A riveting tale of loss and horror. In the forgotten town of Green Wake, a string of grisly mutilations leads Morley Mack on the trail of a young woman named Ariel, who is the prime suspect. But when a stranger with startling connections to Ariel arrives under mysterious […]

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Review: Incognito: Bad Influences #5

By | Apr 1, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Ed BrubakerIllustrated by Sean Phillips THE SUPER-PULP-NOIR GOES OUT WITH A BANG! Face-to-face with his target, Zack Overkill is forced to question everything about his past and future and the nature of good and evil. A nightmarish finale that will leave you reeling. And as with every issue, our Professor of Pulp Culture, […]

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Review: Caligula #1

By | Apr 1, 2011 | Reviews

Written by David LaphamIllustrated by German Nobile In an age of depravity, one man’s appetites horrified the entire Roman Empire. The very Empire he ruled. Some stories are passed from one generation to the next only in secret. Told in hushed whispers as the very words are too horrific to speak aloud for fear they […]

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Review: Detective Comics #875

By | Apr 1, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Scott SnyderIllustrated by Francesco Francavilla “There are some cases that come screaming back at you…like phone calls in the night…” For years, Jim Gordon has been haunted by the unsolved case of Gotham’s notorious “Peter Pan Killer.” Now, armed with new evidence, Gordon is determined to put the case to rest. But as […]

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Review: Undying Love #1

By | Apr 1, 2011 | Reviews

Written and Illustrated by Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman A horror-action tale, equal parts vampire mythology and Chinese folklore, set in modern day Hong Kong. Ex-soldier John Sargent has fallen for a beautiful Chinese woman named Mei. The only thing keeping the star-crossed lovers apart: Mei’s a vampire. To free Mei from the curse, Sargent […]

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Review: Ultimate X #4

By | Mar 31, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Jeph LoebIllustrated by Arthur Adams The Ultimate Universe’s most talked about series continues! Ultimate Spider-Man Peter Parker’s classmate Liz Allen vanished after Ultimatum. Where has she been hiding and what connection does she have to the terrible horrible Blob? Join the new cast of Ultimate X as they head to Southern California to […]

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Review: Captain America and the Secret Avengers #1

By | Mar 31, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Kelly Sue DeConnickIllustrated by Greg Tocchini Steve Rogers’ black ops femme fatales go on the hunt for a rogue assassin! The Black Widow & Agent 13 join forces to stop an under-aged assassin from taking her revenge on a killer of a headmistress. Fierce fisticuffs, death-defying duels and good ol’ fashioned espionage ensue […]

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Review: 5 Ronin #5

By | Mar 31, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Peter MilliganIllustrated by Leonardo Fernandez 5 Books, 5 Heroes–1 unforgettable story of heroes pushed to their limits. It is 17th century Japan, a time and place of violent upheaval, wandering Ronin, and mysterious Geisha. Into this strange and dangerous world come Wolverine, Pyslocke, Punisher, Hulk and Deadpool. Five of Marvel’s greatest heroes…as you’ve […]

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Review: The Walking Dead #83

By | Mar 31, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Robert KirkmanIllustrated by Charlie Adlard ‘NO WAY OUT’ continues. What is left but surrender? No way out. The arc title and solicit says it all, and frankly there is no point meandering about in the typical opening paragraph style. So despite Walking Dead being an incredibly difficult book to review, this is an […]

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Review: Dollhouse – Epitaphs

By | Mar 31, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Jed Whedon and Maurissa TancharoenIllustrated by Cliff Richards Having penned the show’s final, post-apocalyptic episode, show writers Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon continue the tale of three survivors in a world overcome by a devastating technological virus. The wealthy and powerful could buy any kind of companionship at the Dollhouses, where the Rossum […]

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Advance Review: Chew #18

By | Mar 30, 2011 | Reviews

Written by John LaymanIllustrated by Rob Guillory ‘FLAMBE,’ Part Three USDA Suicide mission! Boobs! Germ warfare! And a very, very special guest star! RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES Bold statements were being made within the offices of Multiversity when the advance copy of Chew #18 from writer John Layman and artist […]

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Review: Alan Moore’s Neonomicon #4

By | Mar 29, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Alan MooreIllustrated by Jacen Burrows The cataclysmic final issue of the all-new, all Alan Moore, horror series spoken of only in hushed whispers for years is finally here! NEONOMICON, the sequel to THE COURTYARD Graphic Novel, is slithering its way onto shelves to take its place as a Great Old One of comics […]

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Review: Batman Incorporated #4

By | Mar 25, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Grant MorrisonIllustrated by Chris Burnham Superstar writer Grant Morrison and artist Chris Burnham have sent The Dark Knight on a trip to Japan and Argentina, but now Batman’s taking a brief breather back in his home base of Gotham City for a team-up with Batwoman! Don’t let that solicit fool you: while Batman […]

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Review: Legion of Super-Heroes #11

By | Mar 25, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Paul LevitzIllustrated by Daniel HDR and Wayne Faucher A jam-packed extravaganza! Star Boy returns from the 21st century! Sensor Girl searches for Karate Kid! The team trails the escaped Legion of Super-Villains! And Saturn Girl seeks Harmonia Li’s blood–and the reason why will shock you! It’s almost been a year since the Legion […]

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Review: Green Lantern #64

By | Mar 25, 2011 | Reviews

Written by Geoff JohnsIllustrated by Doug Mahnke “War of the Green Lanterns” ignites with part 1 of the blockbuster event that’ll burn into the summer! A malevolent force has usurped control over all the power batteries, leaving the Corps powerless except for a select few members. Now it’s up to Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, Kyle […]

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