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    Newly Formed JLA Versus a Group of Misguided Maniacs

    Whenever a new super-group is assembled there’s an inevitable learning curve for the reader. Steve Orlando has neatly dodged this awkward phase by writing four solo one-shot tie-ins that explore this new JLA roster individually before throwing them all together in Justice League of America #1. While it wouldn’t hurt to have already read the […]

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    Rocket Raccoon: Kraven for the Kill

    Any well-written Rocket Raccoon book is going to have more great one-liners and quips than can be packed into a concise review. But here are some examples from writer Matthew Rosenberg in Rocket Raccoon #3. “I’m one of the X-Men…Avengers! I meant I’m one of the Avengers!” “I know I’m not the first guy to […]

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    Spencer & Locke #1: The Best of Both Worlds

    Peanut butter and chocolate. Chips and salsa. Rum and Coke. Some things are just meant to go together. But how about Calvin & Hobbes combined with Sin City? That’s the premise of Spencer & Locke, a new limited four-book series from Action Lab – Danger Zone. At first, the idea sounds silly, maybe even offensive. […]

  • Mighty Thor Faces a Big Challenge From the Gods

    When the gods are fighting each other, ’tis best to get out of their way. That is Thor’s current predicament in Mighty Thor#16. The thunder goddess was previously kidnapped and delivered to the Shi’ar gods Sharra and K’ythri. Wanting to flaunt their dominance over their Norse rival, the pair challenges Thor to a contest. While […]

  • Caught Up in the Wildest Storm

    In 1992, comics legend Jim Lee founded a new imprint of DC Comics called WildStorm in 1992. It established it’s own universe of heroes, but eventually shuttered in 2010. Now that Lee is the co-publisher at DC, he’s revived his pet project with the help of fellow comics legend Warren Ellis. The Wild Storm #1 is the kick […]

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    R.L. Stine Brings His Special Brand of Horror to Man-Thing

    Young biochemist Ted Sallis was working in the Everglades as part of a secret team, known as Project: Gladiator. The team’s mission was to recreate the Super-Soldier Serum that gave Captain America Steve Rogers his abilities. Dr. Sallis breached protocol on the site by allowing his lover, Ellen Brandt, to accompany him in the lab. […]

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