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Rose #1 Review

Rose #1 Review

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From cruelty rises hope … and that is the most dangerous weapon of all. Creative Staff: Writer: Meredith Finch Artwork: Ig Guara Colors: Triona Farrell Letters: Cardinal Rae What They Say: SERIES PREMIERE A classic fantasy tale about a girl trying to restore balance to a broken world. Rose must…

Trinity #2 Review

Trinity #2 Review

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Strangers in a familiar world. Creative Staff: Story: Francis Manapul Art: Francis Manapul Colors: Francis Manapul Letterer: Steve Wands What They Say: “BETTER TOGETHER” part two! Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman have uncovered a window into their very souls: and the power of temptation proves to be stronger than any…

Dept. H #3 Review

Dept. H #3 Review

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Like a string of pearls. Creative Staff: Story and Art: Matt Kindt Colors: Sharlene Kindt Letters: ? What They Say: After being stranded on the ocean floor, Mia is brought back to headquarters and leads a rescue party to bring back her missing brother. As the investigations into his disappearance…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 30: Your Favorite Run

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 30: Your Favorite Run

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The final day of the 30 day challenge is here and it is probably one of the harder ones to answer in a way. With a long lifetime of reading comics, can you really have a favorite book or run? Tastes change over the years, certain works are revisited and…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 29: A Surprising Book

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 29: A Surprising Book

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While I like a wide breadth of material, styles and genres, there are things that just don’t appeal much. One area, particularly in film, is that of horror. While I grew up with plenty of scary films – which now just feel overly long and not as tense as I…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 28: Favorite Publisher

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 28: Favorite Publisher

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Watching my evolution as a comic book fan has definitely been an interesting one since I first got into it during the waning days of the 1970’s as a little type that discovered my first Star Wars comic. I grew up as a Marvel fanboy through a lot of the 80’s…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 27: Favorite Comic Book Movie

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 27: Favorite Comic Book Movie

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There’s a lot of comic book movies out there. And good gravy, there’s a whole lot more to come. And that makes for a cottage industry of people talking about favorites, polling them, ranking them and all that. Which is certainly a fun and enjoyable pastime, since we’re no longer…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 24: Dream Team-Up

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 24: Dream Team-Up

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Similar to my view on the whole dream versus match, I don’t have a heck of a lot here to be honest. I’ve seen so many permutations of characters going at it over the years and then team-ups later on, combinations across publishers and so forth that there’s no real…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 23: Your Favorite Artist

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 23: Your Favorite Artist

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With as many artists as there are out there, a favorite is a hard thing to pin down because so many have done so many unique and influential things that it’s a disservice to any of them in a way. I grew up with the changes of the 80’s and…

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 22: Favorite Writer

30 Day Comic Book Challenge Day 22: Favorite Writer

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Picking a favorite writer is licking picking which of your children is your favorite. You can do it, but you find yourself a bit uncomfortable with it as well. Having read comics since the late 70’s, I’ve seen many writers come and go, styles and depth of the writing, the…

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