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“Strangers in Paradise” Vol. 1

By | Jun 18, 2019 | Reviews

“Strangers in Paradise” is one of those few Black and White indie comics to have survived the boom and bust of the nineties, bringing with it a complex story and gorgeous artwork. It recently celebrated its 25th anniversary and is getting a shiny new re-release of the hardcover omnibi. What better way to celebrate than by looking back at the volume that started it all and seeing just how much one series can change over the course of two decades and a little more than a 100 issues.

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“The Boys” Vol. 1

By | Jun 11, 2019 | Reviews

I will never understand “The Boys,” but I do understand why now is its moment. Written by Garth Ennis Illustrated by Darick Robertson and Tony Aviña Lettered by Greg Thompson This is going to hurt! In a world where costumed heroes soar through the sky and masked vigilantes prowl the night, someone’s got to make […]


By | Jun 4, 2019 | Reviews

I am terrible at reviews for many many many reasons. Ask our editors. My spelling is the worst. Grammar is almost a foreign concept to me. My anxiety riddled brain pumps out sentences which make perfect sense to me but any semi-sane person can not comprehend. I have also always struggled with the idea that […]

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“Stumptown” Volume 1

By | May 21, 2019 | Reviews

Following the release of the trailer for the upcoming Cobie Smulders headlining series from ABC, we take a look back at the Portland, Oregon set comic on which the show is based in our evergreen review of the first volume of Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth’s “Stumptown” from Oni Press. Read more about the television […]

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“Hitman” #43

By | May 15, 2019 | Reviews

One of the most satisfying parts of reading a long creator-driven comic run is seeing certain themes grow and develop. My personal favorite tool for this is the one-off issue: a breather, a respite between larger arcs, designed to settle subplots and expand on the book’s major themes. In my recent read-through of Garth Ennis […]

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“The Private Eye”

By | May 13, 2019 | Reviews

In this issue, the more things change the more they stay the same. Written by Brian K. Vaughn Illustrated by Marcos Martin Colored by Muntsa Vicente Years after the digital cloud “bursts” and exposes all of our most confidential hopes and fears, THE PRIVATE EYE is set in the inevitable future where everyone will have […]

“Star Trek: Countdown”

By | May 7, 2019 | Reviews

Ten years ago, J.J. Abrams changed the Star Trek franchise forever with the 2009 film of the same name, which, thanks to its time-traveling antagonist Nero (Eric Bana), was both a reboot of the original ’60s TV series and a sequel to 2002’s Next Generation finale Star Trek Nemesis. With the film’s tenth anniversary and […]

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“Cougar and Cub”

By | Apr 30, 2019 | Reviews

Finally! A comic book that answers one of the hard pressing questions: “what would happen if heroes and sidekicks have sex?” Well, maybe is not a hard pressing question, but sure as hell is an interesting theme to explore, and Nick Marino, Daniel Arruda Massa and Rosie Knight are the ones who dared to take […]

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By | Apr 15, 2019 | Reviews

You may be wondering why. Why take a look at this oft-reviled comic? Why resurrect the worst time period of the Ultimate Marvel experience? Why would you do this to me?! Well, it just so happens that “Ultimatum” turns 10 this year and nobody’s talking about it! Multiversity Comics also turns 10 this year so […]

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“Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6”

By | Apr 3, 2019 | Longform, Reviews

Batman’s ongoing crusade against crime took some very strange twists and turns during Grant Morrison’s epic seven year stint on the character. And though Morrison’s run revealed several startling and bizarre moments (from Batman removing his own teeth at Bat-Mite’s suggestion, to the possibility that Thomas Wayne had actually paid a hitman to murder Martha […]

“Secret Avengers: Let’s Have A Problem”

By | Mar 27, 2019 | Reviews

In the years leading up to Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic’s “Secret Wars,” Marvel had plenty of Avengers books that fans could dip their toes into. There seemed like there was an “Avengers” book for every facet of the Marvel Universe. “Young Avengers” focused on some of the younger Marvel characters. “Uncanny Avengers” had a […]

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“Hellboy: In the Chapel of Moloch”

By | Mar 26, 2019 | Reviews

With Hellboy Day having been celebrated last weekend and the new Hellboy movie due for release in a matter of weeks, for this week’s Evergreen review, I chose to revisit “Hellboy: In the Chapel of Moloch.” Story and Art by Mike Mignola Colored by Dave Stewart Lettered by Clem Robins On the heels of the […]


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