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    Review: Green Lantern: New Guardians #35

    In the midst of any big comic event, there’s always an issue or two that slows the story down and examines past events while prepping for the next stage of the plot. For the DC Com...

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    Review: Wytches #1

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    Review: Men of Wrath #1

    Fresh off the success of a stellar run on Thor: God of Thunder for Marvel Comics and with the success of Southern Bastards under his belt, Jason Aaron is following up with a new ...

  • Interview: Wayward Raven Debuts Three New Books at NYCC 2014
    Interview: Wayward Raven Debuts Three New Books at NYCC 2014

    It's never easy to make a big splash as a small press publisher at a big show like New York Comic Con, but some people seem to have it figured out. The guys behind Wayward Raven Me...

  • Review: Critical Hit #1
    Review: Critical Hit #1

    They often say to write what you know, but it's often hard to put unfamiliar things into comics. While most comic readers are familiar with masked vigilantes from years of superhero ...

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    Advance Review: A Piggy's Tale #3

    A Piggy's Tale is the story of a three-legged dog named Piggy... who just happens to be a super hero.  Together with Simon (a crime-fighting cat) and Melanie (their human companion ...

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    Gotham Series Premiere (Review)

    Jim.  Barbara.  Bruce.  Alfred.  Oswald.  Ivy.  Bat fans rejoiced last night as some of the most recognized names in the DC Universe popped up on Gotham (the new show abo...

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    Hooked on a Feeling (AKA Geek Cinema: Guardians of the Galaxy)

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    Geek (Made for TV) Cinema - Sharknado 2: The Second One!

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    Review: Unit 44 #1

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    It's All in the Trades: We3

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    Crowd Funding Flash: Not Potato Salad

    This week's Crowd Funding Flash is a double feature, because I don't want to see either of them miss their mark. Unlike the whole potato salad silliness that's plagued Kickstarter, b...

  • Crowd Funding Flash: The Somber Crown
    Crowd Funding Flash: The Somber Crown

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  • Investors Breathe New Life into The Chair Horror Film
    Investors Breathe New Life into The Chair Horror Film

    Horror graphic novel turned up-and-coming film, The Chair, didn't quite reach it's initial goal of $300,000, but achieved a great deal. Not only did it bring in a large number of bac...

  • Interview: Quinton Miles and QAM Comics Launch Zero Season
    Interview: Quinton Miles and QAM Comics Launch Zero Season

    Quinton Miles is the founder of QAM Comics and writer of all of their titles thus far. Started as a way for Quinton and his team to make comics and post them online, they soon s...

  • Review: Enormous #1
    Review: Enormous #1

    You may remember Enormous from way back in the summer of 2012 as a one-shot at Image Comics. Now, writer Tim Daniel and artist Mehdi Cheggour bring Enormous to 215 Ink as...

  • Advance Review: Absentee #1
    Advance Review: Absentee #1

    Currently running on Kickstarter is The Absentee #1 from Inverse Press. Unlike most Kickstarter projects, The Absentee is already completely finished, it just has to be printe...

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Wrath of the Spectre #3 (1988)
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Wrath of the Spectre #3 (1988)

Jim Corrigan finally gets his wish and becomes human once again. However, it takes a gunshot wound for the hard-boiled detective to finally figure out that the supreme bring has lifted his r...

Fantastic Four #90 (1969)
4.50

Fantastic Four #90 (1969)

This is the Oldest comic that I have in my collection. Good as hell.

Wrath of the Spectre #2 (1988)
4.50

Wrath of the Spectre #2 (1988)

Wraith of the Spectre was a 1988 miniseries that reprints the 1970s series that ran for about a dozen issues of Adventure Comics. This Spectre was a return to the golden age hero created by ...

Steampunk Halloween #3 (2013)
1.50

Steampunk Halloween #3 (2013)

If I didn’t get this out or a grab bag or bargain bin, I think I would’ve written the company to demand my money back. This just isn’t such a great comic. There are 2 more specials in ...

Legends of the DC Universe #7 (1998)
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Legends of the DC Universe #7 (1998)

The first meeting of the Greens, written by legend Denny O’Neil. The only thing missing is art by Neal Adams!

Joker's Asylum II: The Riddler #One-Shot (2010)
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Joker's Asylum II: The Riddler #One-Shot (2010)

The Riddler has an obession with puzzles. The one he can't solve is the way into a woman's heart. It's a terrifying look at the villain.

Joker's Asylum II: Clayface #One-Shot (2010)
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Joker's Asylum II: Clayface #One-Shot (2010)

Clayface haunts a film festival, turning horror buffs into his own concession stand. The would be the basis of a great episode of Gotham!

Legends of the DC Universe #11 (1998)
4.50

Legends of the DC Universe #11 (1998)

The Bat trains Barbara to be batgirl under promise not to go it alone till she's ready. However, Babs must choose to obey Batman or defy orders when robbers hold the Gordons hostage.

X-Men: No More Humans #HC (2014)
4.50

X-Men: No More Humans #HC (2014)

During the House of M storyline, the Scarlett Witch went a little crazy and made a hex that wiped out most of the mutant population. Now, in the first original X-Men graphic novel since God ...

Spider-Man Holiday Special #1 (1995)
3.50

Spider-Man Holiday Special #1 (1995)

For a holiday special, the stories are actually quite good. The art is very 1990s, but enjoyable. (I really think that comic art in the 90’s had way too many thin lines that made everybody...

Marvel Holiday Special #2007 (2008)
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Marvel Holiday Special #2007 (2008)

The Pros: The AIM story that runs throughout the entire issue, the freakin’ hilarious Fin Fang Foom story, and a very interesting tale about Ben Grimm and Anhilius. An added bonus, a Marve...

Star Trek #21 (1991)
3.50

Star Trek #21 (1991)

Despite the fact that this plot has been done to death, the twists and turns make this conclusion really pop. I actually like it. Not the best ever done, but it’s a much better offering th...