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    Scales & Scoundrels #1 Review

    Scales & Scoundrels #1 Review By John Saavedra   The comics industry serves up quite a few high fantasy adventure comics every month. If you’re into sword and sorcery books, you’ve got tons of options, but I bet none of them are quite as charming as Scales & Scoundrels,...
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    The Few TPB Review

    The Few TPB Review By John Saavedra   Sean Lewis and Hayden Sherman’s The Few might be the most timely comic book series on shelves. While its dystopian vision of America isn’t exactly new, it’s exploration of how certain groups decide whether others are worthy of the country’s riches...
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    Generation Gone #2 Review

    Generation Gone #2 Review By John Saavedra   A tale of three hackers who gain superpowers from a secret military code continues in Generation Gone #2. Elena is enjoying her new ability to fly, Nick is still miserable, and the optimistic Baldwin hasn’t figured out his power yet —...
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    Non Marvel and DC Comic TV Shows

    If you look at Netflix or The CW, nobody would blame you for thinking that the only existing superhero TV shows are for Marvel and DC.  It makes sense, of course; Marvel and DC are the “big two” publishers and have dominated the silver and small screen for a...
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    Rockstars #6 Review: Children of the Beast

    Joe Harris and Megan Hutchison are back for a new story arc in Rockstars #6, which is sure to be a treat for both new and returning fans. While the previous arc focused on the glory days of 1970’s era rock and roll, this new installment, subtitled Children of...
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    Elsewhere #1 Review-Oh where, oh where has Amelia Earhart gone

    Recently Amelia Earhart was in the News recently where someone supposedly found photos that Ms. Earhart survived after her supposed disappearance and was in the Marshall Islands. It’s still being verified, but it’s fascinating that almost 80’s years after Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan’s disappearance people are still fascinated...
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    God Country Vol 1: Review- A high fantasy adventure comic that lifts the veil to reveal something much more meaningful.

    God Country Review By John Saavedra   God Country is a bit deceiving. On the surface, it’s an action-packed fantasy saga with cool fights and cosmic violence worthy of a CGI-heavy blockbuster. The art is grandiose and the colors are loud. There are tons of monsters, gods, and a...
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    Review: Reborn Book One

    Mark Millar’s Reborn has been out of control since the start, and by the end of the sixth issue, it seems that everything is completed, exhausted, and satisfyingly finished. The book plays with the idea that there is neither Heaven nor Hell after death; instead, there’s a world of The Lord of...
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    REDLANDS #1 is Seriously Spooky and Dark

    For a horror freak like me, the end of July can only mean one thing: we’re that much closer to Fall. As August begins to creep in, a cooler, foreboding breeze can often be felt just before dusk as well, reminding us that the Witching Season is almost upon...