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  • Review of The Walking Dead vol 17

    The Walking Dead TPB Volume 17: Something To Fear- A World Ruled By The Dead

    SPOILER ALERT: I do my best to write spoiler free reviews, but this is an interesting situation. The next season of the television series is loosely based off The Walking Dead TPB Volume 17. The show runners don’t always treat events in the exact same manner as the graphic novel and I will try my […]

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    Spider-Man Deadpool #8 Review

    Review: Spider-Man Deadpool #8 – Patient Zero, I Presume?

    After taking a two-month hiatus, Joe Kelly and Ed McGuiness have returned! Two filler issues, guest authored by Comedy Bang! Bang! host Scott Aukerman and Gerry Duggan, author of the regular Deadpool series, were good (one was dead brilliant), but they broke up the continuity of this fantastic series that has sold out every issue. […]

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    Review of Seven to Eternity #1

    Review: Seven to Eternity #1 — In My Father’s Footsteps

    Seven to Eternity #1 is fantastic, a powerful vision of a far-flung world where generations of natives have been oppressed and exploited by Garils Sulm, The Mud King, who rules by subterfuge and spreads dissent and disharmony through whispered gossip, doubt and innuendo. He has crushed every family he encountered on the way to becoming […]

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    Moon Knight #5 by Jeff Lemire & Greg Smallwood

    Review: Moon Knight #5 – Turning Chaos Into Gold

    A hero with multiple personalities is trying to escape what may or may not be a mental institution while battling the Egyptian god that gave him his powers. If all of that sounds confusing, you’re not alone. Moon Knight has never been the most accessible hero. And it’s not the sort of thing we expect […]

  • Chew #54 by John Layman & Rob Guillory

    Review: Chew #54 — Ray-Jack’s back: Enter Chog-mania!

    Mason Savoy is pissed, and understandably so. He’s gone to great lengths to convince Tony Chu why they should join forces to uncover the truth behind the bird flu cover-up. But not even a trip back in time to the Cretaceous period (see issue #53) can persuade Tony. Tony’s mind is made up: He is […]

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