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    World Reader Vol. 1: Dead Stars is Amazing

    World Reader Vol. 1: Dead Stars is Amazing By Paul Aloisio Every so often I come across a comic that is so overwhelmingly great that it’s hard to put it into words. World Reader is this type of book. I don’t even think you should be reading this review. You should...
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    Death of Stalin-Graphic Novel Review

    Death of Stalin Graphic Novel Review By Rachel Bellwoar There are a lot of lessons you can take from The Death of Stalin, most of them what not to do if you want to keep your soul intact, but if there’s one lesson that rises above the rest, it’s...
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    Mr. Higgins Comes Home Review

    Mr. Higgins Comes Home Review By John Saavedra   Mr. Higgins Comes Home is a delightful new graphic novel from horror master Mike Mignola, just in time for Halloween. While this tale of vampire hunters, Gothic castles, and long lost loves is familiar territory for Mignola, he tackles the...
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    Rockcandy Mountain Vol 1 Review

    Rockcandy Mountain Vol 1-Review By Ashish Thomas Hobo Fights, The Devil, The Rail Road what more do you want. Let me start this review by saying I am a big fan of this series. Kyle Starks is an awesome person if you haven’t check out our interview with Kyle...
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    Savage Town Vol 1 review-This is Jimmy Savage’s Neighborhood

    Savage Town-Review by Ashish Thomas   We had the distinct pleasure of getting an advanced copy of Savage Town from Image Comics. I was very excited because I am a big fan of Declan Shalvey’s and his work couldn’t wait to read Savage Town. Savage Town takes place in...
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    Review – Ether Volume 1: Death of the Last Golden Blaze

    Ether Vol 1: Death of the Last Golden Blaze by Rachel Bellwoar   When a swimming pool is a portal to another world, and a dusty purple monkey, named Glum, is its deputy line of defense, how can you deny magic is real? Boone Dias makes it look easy...
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    Review –Gregory and the Gargoyles

    Gregory doesn’t want to move. Resolved that nothing positive can come out of changing residences, Gregory’s opinion evolves when he finds a glowing, green medallion under a floorboard in his new room. Following the map on the medallion to a church, he soon discovers the building is a secret...
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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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    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....