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    Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #4

      I’m honestly at a loss for words for where to start with Victor LaValle’s Destroyer. I really, really liked the book, don’t get me wrong. But man, is it an insane story. A spiritual sequel to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Destroyer is a modern horror story with the endless...
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    Sisters of Sorrow #2 Review

      Last month, Sisters of Sorrow #1 caught me off guard with its narrative. The story of a close knit group of friends in a women’s shelter, Sisters of Sorrow is a story of revenge and vigilantism, showing the titular sisters deciding to kill a crooked cop who had...
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    Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #18 Review

      Boom! continues its runaway success with the Power Rangers line this month as Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers starts up its third major storyline. While Go Go Power Rangers focuses on the team at the very beginning, the team here has fought past their on-going doubts of the newly...
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    GodShaper #5 Review

      You may have guessed this from reading my older reviews, but I like diving into a comic halfway through it’s run for the first time and seeing how much I can figure out. Growing up reading comics in the 90s, I’m somewhat accustomed to having to figure out...
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    WWE Summerslam 17 Special

    The biggest party of the summer is upon us once again! As WWE SummerSlam gears up, Boom! Is repeating its Wrestlemania success and dropping an oversized tie-in comic, WWE SummerSlam 2017 Special. With a monstrous five stories by top-notch creative teams, I found this book to be a lot...
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    Go Go Power Rangers #1 Review

    Following the success of Boom’s first Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers ongoing, as well as its limited series side story Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink, it should come as no surprise that we’d get a second ongoing series. While it’s predecessor is set during the first year of the Green...
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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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    The Last Contract TPB: A Hitman’s Last Stand

    Ed Brisson (Batman & Robin: Eternal, Bullseye) teams with Lisandro Estherren (Redneck) for an explosive exploration of the cycle of violence that perpetuates the life of an aging hitman, and the struggle with trying to escape it. The Last Contract, out this week in a trade paperback which collects...
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    Boom Studios 101

    Surprise! There are more comic book publishers than just DC and Marvel, but you – dear reader – probably already knew this. Comic book culture is on the rise across the world, plus it’s already pretty popular, so it shouldn’t be surprising that characters and stories from other publishers...