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    Luke Cage Begins A New Series

    This week’s New Comic Book Day Reviews go to Luke Cage, Power Rangers and Harley Quinn. As a reminder these are only a few of the awesome comics that came out this week. Check out our other blog articles so see our thoughts on other books. Be sure to comment or share our post on Facebook or Twitter if you like our articles!

    SPOILER ALERT — We try to keep from posting spoilers, but one may sneak through to our reviews now and again. Read with caution, true believers.

    Luke Cage #1
    By: David F. Walker, Nelson Blake, Rahzzah

    Many writers have tried to write Luke Cage over the years, though most of them have failed to give Cage a voice that is both distinctive and real. Writer David F. Walker has done both in Luke Cage #1, a comic that is one of the best interpretations of the character yet.

    From the very first page of the comic, it’s clear that Walker is familiar with the character of Luke Cage right down to the soul. You feel the sorrow in Cage’s voice when he learns that Dr. Noah Burstein has tragically passed away. You feel the sarcasm in his speech when he fights yet another masked villain. This comic is Luke Cage at its best.

    However, it’s not all about David F. Walker; Nelson Blake, who does an excellent job on the art, joins him on the title.

    Whether you’re a brand new fan thanks to the Luke Cage Netflix show or an old school fan from the ‘70s, you need to pick up Luke Cage #1. The last page alone will have long-time fans of both Luke Cage and Iron Fist squealing with delight, as Walker reaches deep into the Marvel Universe for a special surprise reveal. [Josh P. at TFAW.com]

    IF YOU LOVE LUKE CAGE, CHECK OUT THE UPCOMING DEFENDERS SERIES!

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    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #15
    By: Kyle Higgins, Tom Taylor, Jamal Campbell, Trey Moore, Goni Montes, Dan Mora, Frazer Irving

    Man, we’re only 15 issues in, but it feels like so much more time has passed. We’ve gone way past what happened in the show, straight into alternate timelines where Tommy never broke free of Rita and destroyed the Power Rangers, both our Mighty Morphin’ variety and beyond.

    This issue tells us where Zordon has been, what he’s seen from both timelines and why he still believes in the Rangers, including Tommy Oliver. As a big Power Rangers fan. I can honestly say Kyle Higgens has been doing an amazing job throughout this series. In fact, Boom! Studios and all their Power Rangers comics have been fantastic.

    If you are, on any level, a Power Rangers fan, even if you watched only a little bit of the show, then do yourself a favor and pick up this series. [Martin M. at TFAW.com]

    GET READY TO GO GO POWER RANGERS WITH BOOM! STUDIOS NEWEST SERIES COMING IN JULY!

    Harley Quinn #20
    By: Amanda Conner, Chad Hardin

    I’ve been a huge Harley Quinn fan since first seeing her debut on the Batman Animated Series cartoon. I’m also one of those fans that have loved the interpretation that Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner came up with. If you’ve read any issue of this run since her reinvention in the New 52, you know what to expect with Harley Quinn #20.

    The crazy Harley has once again found herself in a chaotic situation. Harley Sinn captures her friends, her parents are coming to visit, and someone from the future is out to kill her. Harley handles these situations in a way that only she can do, and it’s a guarantee you’ll crack up at least two or three times in this issue.

    The back-up story from Paul Dini and Jimmy Palmiotti is just the icing on the cake. For fans of classic ‘90s Harley, this issue is worth buying just for this story.

    If you’re a fan of Harley Quinn, it’s likely you’re already buying this issue. However, if you haven’t yet checked out the zany adventures of Harley, then this comic is a great starting point.[Josh P. at TFAW.com]

    MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR HARLEY QUINN MERCHANDISE!

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    Rev Up Your Harley

    In Harley Quinn #17, our hero takes on an insidious threat, after squashing an alien invasion in her previous story arc. Co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti have been laying the seeds for this dark storyline for several issues. And Harley Quinn fans will be very excited to see the buildup pay off.

    Deadly Sin Part 1 Kicks Off

    The mayor of Brooklyn has enacted a plan to deal with the city’s homelessness problem. The homeless are being rounded up, killed and fed to the rich. This incredibly disturbing initiative comes to the attention of Harley’s ally, the chief of police. And he asks Harley and her ragtag group of antiheroes to look into the disappearances.

    Harley and her group plan a sting operation to go undercover. The result of Harley posing as a homeless person ends up in beat down on some thugs who are really asking for it. However, by the comic’’s end Harley gets a taste of what’s really going on. And that leaves our beloved heroine in a precarious situation.

    But one of the big standouts of this issue is the backup story scripted by Palmiotti and Harley Quinn co-creator Paul Dini. It’s a flashback to Harley and Joker in happier times. It also invokes the classic Batman: The Animated Series art style.

    Harley Quinn #18
    Harley Quinn #18

    This is a fun, fast-paced story that gives us a window into the domestic life of Harley and Mr. J. Seeing Harley return to her animated series origins, and particularly from the pen of the man who gave her life, is a major thrill for fans on the 25th anniversary of the series.

    DON’T MISS WHAT’S NEXT FOR HARLEY IN DEADLY SIN PART 2. PRE-ORDER HARLEY QUINN #18

    Harley Quinn #17, DC Comics, Released April 5, 2017, Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, Art by John Timms, $2.99

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    Best DC Sidekicks

    Superheroes get all the credit. And while they deserve most of it, we can’t forget their all-important sidekicks. DC Comics has featured many beloved crime-fighting partners over the years.

    Here are a few of the best:

    Jimmy Olsen

    Jimmy Olsen
    Jimmy Olsen

    While not a traditional costumed sidekick, Superman’s pal is always there to give a lending hand to the Man of Steel. Jimmy is the everyday person who gives Superman the scoop on what’s going down in Metropolis. Plus, if Jimmy gets in some trouble (as he’s prone to do) he’s got a supersonic watch only Superman can hear.

    Kid Flash

    Kid Flash
    Kid Flash

     

    Wally West definitely has a case of hero worship and super speed when he takes up the identity of Kid Flash. Under The Flash’s tutelage Wally goes from impatient teen to a hero in his own right. Wally even takes up the mantle of The Flash when Barry disappears during Crisis on Infinite Earths.

    Harley Quinn

    Harley Quinn
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    Even bad guys need sidekicks and The Joker’s Girl Friday has certainly made an impression on comics fans. Originally created for Batman:The Animated Series, she became so popular that she was added to the comics as well. Now, with a life in films, video games, and her own ongoing series there’s no stopping Ms. Quinn.

    Speedy

    Speedy
    Speedy

    It’s not easy being a sidekick, something we saw with the character of Roy Harper. While being the ever-faithful companion to Green Arrow, Speedy has been forced to deal with a lot of personal issues throughout the years. This included a famous story detailing Speedy’s drug addiction.

    Robin

    Robin
    Robin

    Comics be all end all kid sidekick, Robin is a mantle that has passed from character to character. It started with plucky and acrobatic Dick Grayson, who was replaced by rebellious Jason Todd. He gave way to the supremely intelligent Tim Drake before Tim’s girlfriend Stephanie Brown donned the costume. Currently, Bruce Wayne’s son Damian inhabits the role. Through all the changes, Robin has remained a constant in the Bat books. Robin gives kids everywhere the fantasy of fighting alongside the Dark Knight.

     

     

     

     

    LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE DC SIDEKICK

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    My Boyfriend’s Back

    Harley Quinn was created to be The Joker’s girlfriend. As comics readers know, she has become so much more than that over the years. She’s developed into a fiercely independent and beloved antihero. So, it creates an interesting dynamic in Harley Quinn #11 when The Joker enters Harley’s life again.

    After multiple teases in the last few issues, the Clown Prince of Crime himself shows up in Harley’s apartment. He says he just wants to talk. Knowing The Joker there’s probably more going on than what he’s saying. Harley wants nothing to do with him and Harley’s friend Red Tool (who’s not so secretly in love with her) is even less excited by the visit from Joker.

    A Newer, Kinder Joker?

    The Joker’s return is obviously going to form the backbone of the next arc in the book. But it is merely a prologue and epilogue in this issue. The majority of the story involves Harley and Red Tool breaking into an underground labyrinth of tunnels and taking on a giant blob monster. It’s a good thing Harley brought so many grenades.

    There are also the beginnings of a political intrigue subplot involving a nefarious mayor enacting an unethical plot to deal with his city’s homeless problem. LikeThe Joker story, this feels like writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti planting the seeds for something big down the road.

    Under the creative control of Conner and Palmiotti, Harley Quinn has become a vibrant madcap book that perfectly fits with its titular heroine. This issue shows that the creators have lots of ideas to keep this book going for the foreseeable future.

    A lot of the credit goes artist John Timms as well. His pencils sync up perfectly with the lunacy of the scripts and helps give the book a zippy pacing.

    DC fans will have to wait to see how this all turns out. But they should have faith that this is a creative team that’s got the goods to live up to expectations.

    SEE WHAT’S NEXT FOR HARLEY AND PRE-ORDER HARLEY QUINN #12

    Harley Quinn #11, DC Comics, Released January 4, 2017, Written by Amanda Connor and Jimmy Palmiotti, Art by John Timms, $2.99

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    Jessica Jones Reopens Alias Investigations

    NCBD Oct 5th

    Every Wednesday, we pick a few of this week’s new releases that stood out from the crowd for our ongoing New Comic Book Day blog series. Check out our reviews of some of this week’s best comics below and be sure to comment below or share our post on Facebook or Twitter if you like our reviews!

    SPOILER ALERT — We try to keep from posting spoilers, but one may sneak through to our reviews now and again. Read with caution, true believers.

    Harley Quinn #5
    By: Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, John Timms

    Holy cannoli! Amanda Connor and Jimmy Palmiotti never fail to show us a new side of Harley Quinn. This issue kicks off with Harley being robbed of her personal property from Arkham.
    She isn’t the only one being robbed and since the cops can’t (or won’t) catch the perps, it’s up to our lovable wild card to take them down!

    When Harley finds out that the robbers are a part of a punk band, she just has to join in. What does one do when they need to fit in? Makeover! That’s right, Harley Quinn gets a brand new makeover and forms a band of misfits. [Darcey M. at Universal Citywalk TFAW]

    JOIN HARLEY’S ONGOING ADVENTURES TODAY!

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    Jessica Jones #1
    By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos, David Mack

    After the success of her Netflix series, it was only a matter of time before Jessica Jones made her way back to her own solo book. Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos are back together in this new series with the same tone and grit as their original, Alias. Be warned, Marvel is serious with that parental advisory on the cover. This one’s not an all ages book at all. The language is salty and there is a definite vibe throughout that things will get worse for Jessica long before they get better.

    The art and writing work extremely well to show a very real look at the Marvel Universe from the street level. From the general public not understanding alternate dimensions to the Champions flying overhead. (side note, Champions #1 comes out today and looks amazing, full review coming soon.)

    This is a book loaded with potential. It’s going to be dark and a bit of a downer but the characters, Bendis’ writing and Gaydos’ art this book will hook you instantly. [Dustin M at Universal Citywalk TFAW]

    FOLLOW JESSICA JONES’ INVESTIGATIONS
    DISCOVER OTHER NEW MARVEL COMICS SERIES

    Big Trouble in Little China/Escape From New York comics at TFAW.com

    Big Trouble in Little China/Escape From New York #1
    By: Greg Pak, Daniel Bayliss

    I never thought I’d see the day when two separate characters from John Carpenter’s filmography would come together, let alone characters played by the same person — Kurt Russel. With Boom Studios holding the comic rights to both Big Trouble in Little China and Escape From New York, it was inevitable — and I’m so glad it happened.

    The premise is pretty simple, in the world of Escape From New York, the year 2001, someone uses a magical object to bring “Snake Plisskin” across the country to help aid in a mission. Except it’s misread and instead brings good Ol’ Jack Burton from Big Trouble in Little China’s universe (and 1987 for that matter).

    I can’t wait to see how the rest of this 6-issue series pans out — because you know Lo Pan is going to try and work his magic to get back at Jack. [Martin M at TFAW.com]

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    Doctor Strange #12
    By: Jason Aaron, Leonardo Romero, Kevin Nowlan

    A new story arc spinning out of the aftermath of Doctor Strange’s battle with Empirikul sees that almost all magic on Earth is gone. Because he’s now severely limited in magic power, Strange is left to rely on his massive arsenal of magical items and weapons to combat the mystical threats. Now that he’s at his weakest, Baron Mordo, who still seems to be fully powered, is making his move against Strange, who may or may not have been led to the arms of a very unlikely ally.

    Jason Aaron continues to redefine what it means to be the Sorcerer Supreme, by now recreating the good doctor as more of a magical gadgeteer, showing that he’s more than just a one magic trick pony. Chris Bachalo once again proves himself as one of the most unique pencillers, but ultimately one of the most visionary draftsmen, crafting incredibly complex flowing pages that are surprisingly easy to follow. [Mikey N. at TFAW.com]

    THIS IS A PERFECT TIME TO JOIN DOCTOR STRANGE

    What did you think of these books? Have you been anxiously awaiting the Big Trouble in Little China / Escape From New York crossover as much as we have? Let us know below!

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    When Comics Aren’t Enough: DC ICONS

    When Comics Aren't Enough - DC Icons
    DC ICONS Breakdown

    Over the past few years sales of action figures have seen a big surge. Most likely due to nostalgia, but with customers and lets be honest here adults, wanting more from their collectibles, the industry has really gotten better as a whole. Companies like Bandai or Max Factory have made a splash here in the states with figures that have 20+ points of articulation, are highly detailed and come with relevant accessories, like different heads, hands or weapons. This allows the owner to have a lot more fun with posing their figures.

    Mainly we’ve seen more US based companies like Hasbro and NECA to take on the challenge to produce articulated detailed figures. But for a long time it was a struggle to get highly detailed, well articulated figures based on DC Comics Characters. Welcome to the DC ICONS series.

    Wave 3 just recently hit our store shelves and our site and I got a chance to take a look at Harley Quinn, based on her appearance from the Batman arc, No Man’s Land. Also in the series is Superman (THE MAN OF STEEL), Atom (FOREVER EVIL Atomica deluxe set with RAY PALMER & RYAN CHOI), & Aquaman (LEGEND OF AQUAMAN).

    Harley Quinn ICONS Box

    I like that toy manufactures are leaving the days of the clamshell packaging behind them. The shape and design of the ICONS series packaging is neat. This pentagon shape is able to show the buyer everything they need to know, no matter how the store is displaying them. This is also great if you are the type of collector that leaves their toys in the package.

    Harley Quinn comes with 3 extra hands (2 left, 1 right), a comically oversized revolver with a cork in it, and her classic mallet. She is also equipped with over 21 points of articulation. Including double knee and elbow joints, a high waist joint and torso rotation. Ball joints at the shoulders and hip. In addition to the ankle joint, the feet have rotation.

    Harley Quinn ICONS series accessories

    It’s really impressive how far the figures have come in the past 5 years. From figures that only have 5-9 points of articulation, to these beasts that can do almost any pose you want.

    If you’re looking for fun, detailed figures of your favorite DC Heroes and Villains, look no further than the DC ICONS series.

    DC ICONS Breakdown

    With various characters out now and coming out soon, like Batman and Green Arrow, you can expect to see characters you may not recognize right away like Deadman or Staic Shock. Also coming out is ICONS Deluxe series that comes with more accessories, Like the Green Lantern and his various parts for fighting off Sinestro. Coming out though is Batgirl with her Bat-cycle. Based on the Babs Tarr art in Batgirl of Burnside.


    All in all the DC ICONS line is a solid line to figures – both for collecting and playing. I’m happy to see US toy lines step up their game as much as the Japaneese toy market has over the years.

    Pick up one of many DC ICONS characters new and old coming out all year long. [Martin M. at TFAW.com]

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    NCBD – Double dose of Harley, a Doctor and The Sheriff of Babylon

    NCBD reviews of Harley Quinn, Doctor Strange, Suicide Squad, and The Sheriff of Babylon

    With Suicide Squad hitting the theaters this weekend, New Comic Book Day Is give you a double dose of crazy with Suicide Squad Rebirth #1, AND Harley Quinn #1! Plus Doctor Strange concludes The Last Days of Magic arc, and we talk about an amazing crime series from The Wire writer Tom King – The Sheriff of Babylon. As always these were only a few of this week’s new releases that stood out from the crowd. Check out our other blog articles to see our thoughts on other books. Be sure to comment or share our post on Facebook or Twitter if you like our articles!

    SPOILER ALERT — We try to keep from posting spoilers, but one may sneak through to our reviews now and again. Read with caution, true believers.

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    Suicide Squad Rebirth #1
    By: Rob Williams, Philip Tan

    There is a high profile Suicide Squad movie coming out at the end of this week, and with DC’s Rebirth taking place across their publishing line, now is a hotter time than ever to reintroduce the concept of Task Force X (the Suicide Squad’s official title) and a few of those characters!

    We are given the purpose of the team – and a structure is formed for brand new readers hoping to jump on board. We get right into it, with Philip Tan’s dynamic artwork that screams action from the start.

    Whether you are headed to or from the movie and looking to check out the comic book incarnation, you won’t feel lost at all starting out fresh, right here in this very issue of Suicide Squad Rebirth [Casey D. at TFAW.com]

    Harley Quinn #1
    By: Amanda Conner, Chad Hardin

    Wowzah! This issue is one for the books! Wacky Harley is back at it again with chaos, a good laugh and…zombies? That’s right folks, you heard me, Zombies!

    Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Connor are the creative team making this beautiful series and they use every wild card they have! This issue is all what you need to know about Harley Quinn: Her origin, Her triumphs, and that she’s freakin’ crazy! With small references from the ongoing Harley Quinn comic, new readers shouldn’t be too confused.

    Now Back to the zombies, yes…zombies. Harley Quinn and Red Tool run into an unexpected encounter with the undead. Instead of asking questions, they jump straight into action. As blades and hammers are flying and smashing, Red Tool is bitten by one of the undead. Harley, whose not going to lose her friend, chops off his arm to save his life. Then she catapults him in the air! What? Why do you ask? Guess you’ll have to read Harley Quinn #1 to find out! [Darcey M. at Universal City Walk]

    Doctor Strange comics at TFAW.com

    Doctor Strange #10
    By: Jason Aaron, Chris Bachalo, Kevin Nowlan

    It’s the finale of 6-issue event Last Days of Magic. Stephen is at his end, with no magic left to help him against Imperator – who seeks to destroy all magic and leave science to rule.
    This finale felt like a great conclusion to the fight that Doctor Strange had been engulfed in. With help from fellow Marvel mystics and mages Scarlet Witch, Magik, and others. Jason Arron was able to create a creative, action-packed, arc surrounding the idea of Science vs Magic. The art is hard-edged and painterly, just as I would imagine Doctor Strange’s personality.

    If you’ve been reading The Last Days of Magic arc as I said, this is a great final issue. If you’re just jumping on board, maybe wait until the next issue of Doctor Strange as things may be a little confusing for first-time readers. [Martin M. at TFAW.com]

    The Sheriff of Babylon #9
    By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads, John Paul Leon

    Things start to collide as the third act starts in the 12 issue story The Sheriff of Babylon. I’ve been on board this series from the start. A crime comic smack dab in the middle of the 2004 Iraq war.

    Written by Tom King (Batman, Vision, and the hit tv series The Wire) this well paced episodic story feels like watching a 12 part tv series. Mitch Gerads (Punisher) has been leading the way in this visually stunning noir.

    I really can’t say enough good about this series. Everything feels real, as the twists come you don’t feel like they are out of left field – as if Tom King has already written out everyone’s lives and motives from the get go. The Sheriff of Babylon is only 3 issues away from finishing – and I’m not sure if I’m excited to read it, or sad that it’ll be over. [Martin M. at TFAW.com]

    What did you think of these books? What should we review next week? Let us know below!

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    New Comic Book Day — Reviews for the Harley Quinn & Her Gang, Gwenpool & Heartthrob

    We’re pretty excited about the crop of New Comic Book Day picks from this week’s new releases. Check out our other blog articles so see our thoughts on other books. Be sure to comment or share our post on Facebook or Twitter if you like our articles!

    SPOILER ALERT — We try to keep from posting spoilers, but one may sneak through to our reviews now and again. Read with caution, true believers.

     Gwenpool comics at TFAW.com Gwenpool #1
    By: Christopher Hastings,Gurihiru, Danillo Beyruth

    From our universe to theirs. Gwenpool is all about this superhero/mercenary game. We don’t know how she got here but all we know is she’s from our world. Yeah, ours. She’s read the comics watched the movies, played the games. Somehow she ended up in the 616. She’s been having small gigs with Howard the Duck but now we get an ongoing with her. It’s funny, crazy, and full of nonsense that, if you knew you was in a comic you would probably do as well.

    Gurihiru does a great job on the main story art with cute anime inspired character designs. It works very well for the Gwenpool character. While Danilo Beyruth gives us a more standard western comic art. All in all, if you like Deadpool, or are looking for a fourth-wall breaking character to lighten up your day, Gwenpool will do a great job filling that need! [Martin M. at TFAW.com]

    Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys #1 (of 6)
    By: Frank Tieri, Jimmy Palmiotti, Mauricet, Amanda Conner

    If you are a major Harley Quinn fan, Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys is the comic book miniseries for you! Harley needs some help so she calls together a band of friends to fight crime. Most of these characters are familiar to you if you read the on going Harley series. If you are not familiar with it, that’s okay! This number one breaks down who each new Harley is and what their special ability is.

    I am interested to see where this series will go and I love Harley Quinn taking the lead. You can tell throughout the whole comic that she really just wants to help these new girls get up to speed like her but keep their individuality. Their abilities are put to the test when Harley gets kidnapped. There are a lot of chuckles and character development in the first issue and I love the direction DC is taking with her — this comic just is icing on the cake! I recommend picking up this issue #1 before they are sold out! [Darcey M. at Universal TFAW]

     Escape From New York comics at TFAW.com Heartthrob #1
    By: Christopher Sebela, Robert Wilson IV

    Writer Christopher Sebela and artist Robert Wilson IV have an interesting idea on their hands with this first issue of Heartthrob. A young woman, Callie, gets a heart transplant and with that transplant, Callie starts to not only “see” her heart donor in her minds eye, but starts to have romantic feelings towards her donor’s “ghost” (for lack of a better term). And what could be stranger than that but to have that “ghost” have feelings for Callie too? This is a welcome turn for Callie who is consistently having her advances towards her living lover/co-worker spurned. Meanwhile, Callie finds out that the company she’s been working for is a little less than honest.

    This becomes too much for Callie who gets jilted by her lover/co-worker who is getting a big promotion at her company and so she quits. Top it all off with a twist that Callie’s donor was a thief in his lifetime who, in his after-life, wants to help Callie take down her old employer, and you have the makings for a pretty intriguing first issue. [Ethan S. at Beaverton TFAW]

    What did you think of these books? What should we review next week? Let us know below!

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    7 Damsels NOT in Distress – Gift List Ideas

    Does your favorite fan have a thing for strong female characters that wield a Lasso of Truth, really big hammers, or a good sharp stake? Then we have the list to help you find that special gift!

    These lovely ladies are not waiting around for someone to swoop in and save the day–they’ve got it covered. TFAW is pleased to present 7 of our top Damsels that are taking care of business themselves. To paraphrase Aretha Franklin: thank you they’ll do it themselves.

    #1 – Wonder Woman – Queen of the Amazons

    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman TPB Vol. 01 Not only can she hold her own, but sometimes she’s the one to swoop in and save the day when Superman and Batman can’t hack it. Check out this amazing Woman with a capital “W” out in the latest Sensation Comics series:

    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman TPB Vol. 1

    Your Price: $13.49

    By: Gail Simone, Ethan Van Sciver, Phil Jimenez
    This book collects Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #1-5 starting with a call from the oracle because all the Bat-heroes are on the sidelines.

    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman TPB Vol. 2

    Your Price: $13.49

    By: Jae Lee
    Diana and Cheetah battle over a phoenix egg, a space mission to represent the Justice League, and a teenaged Diana takes a trip to Man’s World all in this exciting collection.

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    #2 – Harley Quinn – Our Favorite Unbalanced Villainess

    Pop Arkham Asylum Nurse Harley Quinn Vinyl Figure While she might be a recurring resident at Arkham Asylum, this petite gal in red and black motley carries a big hammer, a mean punch, and a huge torch for the love of her life, Mr. J aka the Joker. She’s not even afraid of a big, six-foot, rat–I mean bat–that likes to ruin the plans of her and her Puddin’.

    Arkham Asylum Harley Quinn POP! Vinyl Figure

    Your Price: $9.89 (Stock May Be Limited)

    One of the many newer POP! Vinyl figures from DC’s Batman Universe.
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    #3 – Mighty Thor – Wielding the Hammer Because SHE is Worthy!

    Mighty Thor #1 After the new Thor picks up the mighty Mjolnir, she is transformed into the Goddess of Thunder! Her new godhood comes with threats of war through the Ten Relms, more enemies, and even more personal threats. Check out this new issue 2015 #1 or the Premium Hard Cover that collects Thor 2014 Issues #1-5.

    Mighty Thor #1
    By: Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman

    Your Price: $4.49

    Thor Premium Hard Cover Volume 1 Goddess of Thunder
    By: Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman

    Your Price: $14.99

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    #4 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season 10 Vol. 3 - Love Dares you When you spent your high school years next to a Hellmouth you pick up certain skills in order to survive. Buffy has spent ten seasons putting a whole host of vampires and demons to rest personally. Catch up to the Slayer with these issues:

    Season Ten Vol. 3 — Love Dares You TPB

    By: Christos Gage, Nicholas Brendon, Rebekah Isaacs,
    Megan Levens, Dan Jackson, Steve Morris

    Your Price: $17.09

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    #5 – Spider-Gwen

    Spider-Gwen #1 Imagine if Gwen Stacy not Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider. Then take that story, add an amazing costume design, and then turn everything in her particular Spider-Verse a few degrees from what you might expect, and you end up with the fun and full-of-energy Spider-Gwen:

    Spider-Gwen #1
    By: Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez

    Your Price: $3.59

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    #6 – Lara Croft

    Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen Some characters are lucky enough to become icons. Lara Croft is one of them. One part Indiana Jones, one part Black Widow, and a heady mix of pulp adventure; Lara has taken that formula and created a fan base all her own. Catch up with these titles:

    Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen #1
    By: Corinna Bechko, Randy Green, Andy Owens,
    Michael Atiyeh, Jean-Sebastien Rossbach

    Your Price: $3.59

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    #7 – Rat Queens

    Rat Queens #13 Last but not least, if you are a Dungeons and Dragons or a Pathfinder fan, and haven’t read Rat Queens ; you’re missing out. This pack of booze-guzzling, death-dealing battle maidens-for-hire, are guaranteed to win you over. Funny, violent, smart, check out the Rat Queens here:

    Rat Queens #13
    By: Kurtis J. Wiebe, Stjepan Sejic

    Your Price: $3.59

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    Still not sure what to get? A TFAW Gift Certificate is a one-size-fits all treat, or feel free to contact us directly via Live Chat at TFAW.com. You can also call us at 800-862-0052 or email us, and we’ll be glad to help you select the perfect gift for that special geek in your life. – See more gift list ideas at the TFAW Blog .

     

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    Geeky Gift Ideas for the Batman Fan in Your Life–You Won’t Believe #3

    Are you looking for that perfect gift for your favorite Bat-fan and not sure where to start? Well, look no further–here at TFAW, we are happy to help you find just the right item for their utility belt. We have a wide selection of Batman products from the monthly comics, award-winning graphic novels, and incredible statues to a ton of other products to choose from. Since 2016 will be a big year for DC Comics flagship superhero–Batman–from television with shows like Gotham to films like Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, entering the Bat-world has never been easier. Here are a few selections to make your holiday hunt a bit easier this season. Buy Batman:The Killing Joke 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition HC at TFAW.comBatman:The Killing Joke 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition HC By: Alan Moore, Brian Bolland Your Price: $16.19 Starting with one of the most famous Batman stories of all-time and written by Alan Moore and art by Brian Bolland, this story not only defined The Joker and Batman as adversaries for decades, but also created story points that have affecting the Dark Knight’s world to this day. Collected in a beautiful hardcover deluxe edition that would fit nicely on any fans bookshelf.     Buy Joker And Harley Quinn Statue at TFAW.comLimited Edition Joker And Harley Quinn Statue Sculpted by: Tim Bruckner Your Price: $224.95 Finally, the item perfect for the fan that is more interested in the amazing villains than the Cape Crusader himself. Based on the Alex Ross cover to Harley Quinn #1 that introduced the already famous animated character to the DC comic universe, this limited edition statue will become the centerpiece to anyone’s collection. Next year will also mark both characters starring in the August release of Suicide Squad, so hop on early as fans know that what makes Batman great is his villains. Buy Absolute Batman The Court Of Owls HC at TFAW.comAbsolute Batman: The Court Of Owls HC By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo Your Price: $89.99 Collecting the beginning of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s ongoing Batman epic, this volume sees Bruce Wayne’s Gotham rocked to its core as a secret society controlling the city from the shadows has now targeted it’s favorite son and his secret identity. Not even old allies like the original Robin, Dick Grayson, can be trusted due to the far reach of the Court of Owls. This oversize hardcover edition includes a ton of extras among the first 11 issues collecting this storyline. It’s also a great way to start with the Batman comics, as this is a good jump on point for new or returning readers. Here are even more gift ideas for the Batman fan in your life:

     

    If you look at these items and don’t think they are just right, or need more help sorting out your Batman 66’s from your Batman Beyond’s, feel free to contact us directly via Live Chat at TFAW.com. You can also call us at 800-862-0052 or email us, and we’ll be glad to direct you to the right Bat-product.

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    November Product Review Contest Winners Announced

    Wytches #1 review at TFAW.comIt’s that time again! Every month, our customers submit hundreds of product reviews that help others determine how great (or not-so-hot) certain comics, graphic novels, and other collectibles are. We took a look at the reviews that were submitted in November and are awarding $25 gift certificates as part of our monthly Product Review Contest. And the winners are (insert drum roll here):

    Our first contest winner is John in Phoenix, AZ! John wrote a review for Scott Snyder’s tale of unimaginable horror, Wytches #1 caught our eye:

    Great first issue. Had the creepiness factor I was looking for and left me excited for the next issue. What I really appreciated most was the piece Scott Snyder wrote for the back of the issue sharing his inspiration for the book. More creepiness!

    Batman Black & White Harley Quinn Statue review at TFAW.comOur second winner is Michael from Walnut, CA. He had this to say about the Batman Black & White Harley Quinn Statue:

    I have been a Harley Quinn fan and collector since she was first created. This Bruce Timm inspired statue is wonderful and am proud to have it in my collection. It is high quality and very attractive. I recommend it.

    Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows review at TFAW.comLast but not least, David from Savannah, GA dropped by to share his thoughts about the new Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows HC:

    A very interesting tale that takes another perspective easily overlooked, the view point of clone who once served the Jedi and now acts as a stormtrooper for the Empire. It also presets an interesting viewpoint on observing Vader from a secondary source of someone who grows to respect Vader. I feel like the comic lacked something that could’ve sealed the deal for full 5 stars but definitely worth the read.

    Thanks so much to everyone who wrote reviews last month. You’re helping people decide what to get (or what to avoid) next.

    Remember, you don’t have to write a novel to win. Product reviews can be short and sweet, or highly detailed — as long as they help other customers, that’s what we’re looking for. So submit your reviews and help your fellow collectors sort out the “HOT” from the “NOT”! Who knows, you may be one of next month’s winners.

    HOW TO SUBMIT A PRODUCT REVIEW:
    It’s simple! Just visit any product page and look for this:

    Click on it and our product review form will appear in a popup. Just fill out the pertinent information and submit your review, and you’re done! We’ll take a look at your review and get it up on the product page soon thereafter!

    There’s also a really easy way for you to call up everything you’ve ever ordered from us and review it. Simply log in to your account and go into the Order History Section. Next to each item, you’ll see a “Review it!” link.

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    Comic Book Reviews: Ant-Man & Wasp, Return of Bruce Wayne, Avengers Prime

    New Reviews of This Week’s Releases!

    It’s Wednesday, which must mean it’s time for more comic book reviews! This week, TFAW.com reviews Ant-Man & Wasp #1, Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6, Avengers Prime #4, Chew #15, Angel Illyria #1, Scott Pilgrim Precious Little Box Set, Star Trek Khan: Ruling in Hell #2, Cowboy Ninja Viking #10, Monster Hunters’ Survival Guide #1, Elmer GN, the Ame Comi Supergirl and Steel figures, and the Cover Girls of the DCU Harley Quinn Statue.

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