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    By Chance or Providence TP Review

    By Chance or Providence TP Review By John Saavedra   These days, we don’t get as many indie releases from Becky Cloonan, whose most recent work has appeared in Marvel and DC books, such as The Punisher and Gotham Academy, so it’s a real treat to get a new...
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    The Coldest City review: The Graphic Novel that Atomic Blonde is based on

    By now you’ve probably seen the trailer where Charlize Theron pummels someone with her heel and creates a black umbrella diversion. That movie’s Atomic Blonde and it comes out in theaters this Friday. It’s based on the 2012 graphic novel, The Coldest City, and tells a story of Cold...
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    Doom Patrol #7 Review

    Doom Patrol #7 Review By John Saavedra   The legendary Mike Allred comes to the world of Doom Patrol for a new arc that promises to be even more far out than the last. After a couple of trials and tribulations (and a healthy dose of family drama), Casey...
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    Sisters of Sorrow #1 Review

    Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy, Lucas Stand) and Courtney Alameda (Shutter, Pitch Dark) have created a tale of revenge and violence that feels so raw, so emotional. Set in Los Angeles, the occupants of a non-profit women’s shelter are attacked one night and find themselves covering up a murder....
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    Curse Words TPB Vol 1 Review

      Image Comics has introduced some of the biggest hits in modern comics. From The Walking Dead to Saga, Image has proven that sometimes the best creative strategy is to unleash your talent with no limits. That approach is what gives us Curse Words, one of the best new...
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    Valerian: The Complete Collection Volume 1

    This weekend came with the big news that Doctor Who is having its first female doctor! A casting decision fifty-four years in the making, it’s a massive shift for the series and one, minding the usual resistance, by those unhappy when an institution changes genders, that’s being widely celebrated....
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    Generation Gone #1 Review

    Generation Gone #1 Review By John Saavedra Generation Gone is simply delightful. It’s a new sci-fi book about hackers, espionage, the military-industrial complex, and human evolution with great visuals and some very interesting concepts. Ales Kot and Andre Lima Araujo’s dish a story that explores how science is the...
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    AfterShock Comics October Solicits

    Check out whats coming from AfterShock Comics in October Don’t forget to add these comics to your pull lists.   ALTERS #7  $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / on sale 10.11.17 writer: Paul Jenkins artist: Leila Leiz color: Leonardo Paciarotti letterer: Ryane Hill cover: Leila Leiz   The...
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    Spider-Man II Issue 1 Review

    It’s been a long five years since the surprise mini-series Spider-Men dropped. That five-issue mini, also written by Brian Michael Bendis (New Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man) and Sara Pichelli (Runaways, Ultimate Comics All-New Spider-Man) was a milestone occasion. For the first time ever, the Marvel and Ultimate universes collided as Miles...
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