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    Review – The Sixth Gun, Book 1: Cold Dead Fingers

    The Sixth Gun is a western written like an epic fantasy. Most of the characters are human but spending time around six guns has left them altered. Like Bilbo passing the One Ring over to Frodo, Becky doesn’t realize what she’s signing up for when she picks up her...
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    Review – Motor Crush, Vol. 1

    Every once in a while, a comic comes along that just gets everything right. Motor Crush is that type of comic. It’s a neon-colored, kick-ass story full of white hotel intensity that’s had me buzzing from the start. The first volume, collecting issues 1 through 5, opens up with protagonist Domino...
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    Review: Martian Manhunter/Marvin the Martian Special #1: The Last Martian?

    There’s a general understanding among consumers of stories that whenever a character is introduced as the last anything, there’s going to be someone who pops out of the woodwork to claim they’re their lost fellow. Logan Echolls believing he doesn’t have a sibling on Veronica Mars. The Doctor under...
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    The Aggregate-You are the captain of this story

    The Aggregate-You are the captain of this story As a kid, I was a huge fan of choosing your adventure stories. It was exciting to see where each story would go based on my choices. It’s been a while since I have read a choose your adventure story.  As...
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    Locke and Key: the Greatest Comic of All Time

    I’m a big fan of lists, so I have one for all of my faves. My top albums, top movies, top comics, everything. As every list-maker knows, you really need two lists: the real one, with all the boring entries (this is the one where your top movie is...
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    A Look At The Blue Velvet

    The Blue Valkyrie is an indie superhero comic from writer Emily Riesbeck and artist David Mitchell. Riesbeck self describes her work as “very gay comics,” and The Blue Valkyrie lives up to that descriptor while going through all of the tropes of a superhero origin story. We open up...
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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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