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    Wet Moon Book 1: Feeble Wanderings-A Review

    Wet Moon Book 1: Feeble Wanderings-A Review by Jake Hill @Rambling_Moose  Wet Moon is a slice-of-life comic written and drawn by Sophie Campbell about a group of goth college girls just going about their lives. Like any good day-in-the-life kind of story, it hinges on how honest and particular...
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    The Normals #1-Review-Was it all a Dream?

    The Normals # 1 Review-Was it all a Dream? By Ashish Thomas @thatguyash1018 Wow, I am Speechless but in a good way I just read the first issue of The Normals the new AfterShock series written by Adam Glass with Art by Dennis Calero, and after reading the issue...
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    A.D.: After Death Comes to a Stunning Conclusion in Issue 3

    Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder’s A.D.: After Death comes to its conclusion in book three, in which Jonah Cooke’s journey beyond a life where death does not exist comes to a stunning and powerful end. Continuing what was started in the first installment, this deeply personal science fiction tale...
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    Black Eyed Kids Vol 2-Creepy Kids at their Creepiest

    B.E.K Black Eyed Kids Vol 2   One of the Creepiest Urban Legends is that of the Black Eyed Kids. If you don’t know the urban legend Black Eyed Kids are these supernatural creatures who pose as children, who are seen panhandling and appearing on Door Steps. The Black...
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    “Batman/The Shadow” #1 Review

    I recently did a post about Batman and his unique connection to The Shadow, a piece which you can read here. I loved both characters growing up. Batman, of course, stemmed from countless summer afternoons watching the 1966 “Batman” series and Tim Burton’s 1989 adaptation of the character. I...
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    Review-The Hunt:TPB

    In Image Comics’ The Hunt, when Orla was a little girl she walked in on her father’s soul being taken by the Sluagh. Creatures from Irish mythology, these tarry, vine-covered wraiths continue to taunt her years later when her father’s cause of death is ruled cancer. Orla can’t un-see what...
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    RedNeck #1-Review

      If you don’t know Donny Cates by name, you’ve probably heard of his Image series, God Country. Last week the first issue went into its fourth print since going on sale in January. Cates’ latest Image comic, Redneck, is about a family of Southern vampires living in Sulphur...
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