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    Review: The Art of Dragon Age: Inquisition

    The Art of Dragon Age: Inquisition gives a detailed insight into how the defining aspects of the game came to be. The book illustrates how much time and thought was put into every part of the game. From countless iterations of character designs, to complex and beautiful landscapes, the Art of Dragon Age: Inquisition gives a […]

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    Review: Deadpool #9 and Deadpool #10

    Deadpool #9 picks up right after the previous issue, with Deadpool in a fight to the death with Sabretooth. Less than five pages in I was laughing uncontrollably. The first few pages serve as a nice break from the more serious storyline of why Deadpool is chasing after Sabretooth. In classic Deadpool style, this issue […]

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    Review: Kingdom Come 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

    In June 1996, Alex Ross and Mark Waid gave us Kingdom Come, an Elseworlds four issue comic book miniseries. Ross had the idea for a story that included most of the DC pantheon while he was working on Marvels in 1994. He pitched the story to DC and then teamed with Waid to flesh out […]

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    Review: Rivers of London: Body Work

    Rivers of London: Body Work can be described as both an adaption and an original work. Writer, Ben Aaronovitch has published five novels of his urban fantasy meets police procedural series variously described as “True Blood” meets “Law and Order”; or, for the true Anglophiles, “Luther” set in the universe of “Harry Potter.” Aaronovitch is a […]

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    Review: I Am A Hero Omnibus #1

    A review excerpt on the back cover of I Am a Hero states that it is “The greatest zombie manga ever.” Yes, “IAAH” joins the ranks of great zombie manga such as “Maho Shojo of the End,” “Living Corpse,” and “Tokyo Zombie.” And when I say “joins the ranks,” I mean “blows them out of […]

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