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Reviews: Star Wars & The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

The greatest space adventure of all time continues! Luke Skywalker is not a Jedi, not yet, at least. He’s only ever met one Jedi in his life…and he died. So, Luke’s quest leads him back to Obi-Wan’s hut on Tatooine. Kicking off it Jabba’s palace, we get some links to the Darth Vader series as[…]

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Review: Velvet #10

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Published on: April 26, 2015

The second arc of BRUBAKER and EPTING’s best-selling spy comic concludes with a bang! Velvet finds some of the answers she’s been hunting, and a knife in the back!   In the style of the best spy capers, there are wheels within wheels in Velvet. There is a new player on the board and this[…]

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Review – King: Flash Gordon #3

Subaquatic rescue! On the watery planet Coralia, Flash, Dale and Zarkov don Lung Machines to take on the deadly Octotusk and dine with the even deadlier Queen Darya! Will Team Flash be chewed alive, or live long enough to face the approaching forces of the Merciless Ming!?   There’s a hell of a lot going[…]

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Review: Ivar, Timewalker #4

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Published on: April 24, 2015

Time is almost up! Ivar has been keeping a secret from his partner-in-time, Neela, this whole time, and once she learns the truth their relationship will be history! Literally! Join New York Times best-selling creators Fred Van Lente & Clayton Henry for the epoch shattering conclusion of our first (time)arc! This issue is less an[…]

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The Black Hood #3

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Published on: April 24, 2015

The Bullet’s Kiss, Part 3 NEW ONGOING SERIES FROM DARK CIRCLE! The Black Hood is supposed to be dead. Shot, de-masked, autopsied, buried. So who’s running around town in a ratty black hood, declaring war on the underworld? The City of Philadelphia is electrified by the fleeting glimpses they see on social media — but[…]

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Review: Angry Birds Comics #10

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Published on: April 24, 2015

The pigs decide to build the “ultimate” fortress but can they muster up enough brainpower to find new ways to stop the Angry Birds? We know where we stand now with these comics, but the Angry Birds comics still find a way to make me smile. We’ve got four mini stories here covering the Angry[…]

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Review: Grimm Fairy Tales: Little Mermaid #3

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Published on: April 24, 2015

Zenescope’s brand new re-imagining of a classic continues… Is this it for Erica? Her life and the future of Atlantis hangs in the balance as the Sea Witch makes an offer to the King of Atlantis that is impossible to refuse. Does Erica have what it takes to survive? One thing Zenescope do well is[…]

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Review: Vamplets #1

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Published on: April 23, 2015

Teenager Destiny Harper is at a crossroad in her life. Graduation is coming, and she has zero prospects for the future. Answering an ad for “The Night Care Nursery” seems like a great idea, until she is magically transported to Gloomvania, where dark creatures lurk the streets, and the world is being mysteriously overrun by[…]

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Review: 2000 Ad Prog 1927

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Published on: April 23, 2015

An excellent cover of fan favorite Johnny Alpha! Part four of the Judge Dredd story Enceladus kicks off this issue with the first panel of the Klegg – “I do enjoy cold meat”….-yes things have got desperate for the convict Judges as they try to get themselves out of the mess they are in! Some[…]

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Review: Big Punch Magazine #1

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Published on: April 21, 2015

From the creators of Afterlife Inc. and 7STRING comes Big Punch Magazine, a quarterly magazine serialising four brand new series from the Big Punch Multiverse. Issue 1 of BPM hits hard, introducing us to the worlds of Cuckoos, Orb, 99 Swords and The Wall with a punch to the face of concentrated awesome! A mysterious[…]

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Review: The Indifference Engine 2: The SuicideShow

A suburban slacker turned one-man genocide is blackmailed into slaughtering his way through a web of interconnected parallel realities, destroying every single alternate version of himself. Frustrated and desperate, everything changes when one of his targets unwittingly presents a possible way out. It’s his only chance of freedom, and all it will cost him is[…]

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Reviews: Nova & Thor

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Published on: April 19, 2015

Nova #29 restarts Sam’s quest to find his father – the Black Nov before him. He thinks he has a plan, and even he agrees that it’s not the best plan and could cause some problems. Even he hasn’t foreseen how bad. We get a cameo from Captain Marvel, and it looks like more of[…]

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Review: 2000 AD Prog 1926

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Published on: April 16, 2015

5 stories all continuing in different ways in this weeks prog! In Judge Dredd: Enceladus we start with Dredd investigating the empty ship shot down over the city. There is an excellent point where one of the techs initially doesn’t recognize him! We then flash back to Enceladus where Nixon and the rest from Titan[…]

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Review: Monster Motors: The Curse of Minivan Helsing #2

Undead cars and trucks, driving the Earth! One bite will turn any machine into one of them! Their numbers are multiplying; their hunger is growing. They are ZOOMBIES and they are apart to descend on the sleepy town of Transylvania, Kentucky. But don’t worry–genius mechanic VIC FRANKENSTEIN and famed monstercar-hunter MINIVAN HELSING are teaming up[…]

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Review: Bill and Ted’s Most Triumphant Return

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Published on: April 12, 2015

Bill and Ted are going to change the world with their music…just as soon as they get over their writer’s block! Maybe they’ll just sneak into the future to take a little peek at their discography to help. Includes a back-up story written by Chris Sims and Chad Bowers (Sub-Atomic Party Girls) and illustrated by[…]

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