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    Codename Baboushka: Ghost Station Zero #1 Review

    Codename Baboushka: Ghost Station Zero #1 Review By John Saavedra   Contessa Annika Malikova, former Russian mob leader turned super spy, returns for her second mission. This time, she’s searching for abandoned Russian bases that might reveal top secret intel precious to the U.S. government. Along the way, she’s...
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    By Chance or Providence TP Review

    By Chance or Providence TP Review By John Saavedra   These days, we don’t get as many indie releases from Becky Cloonan, whose most recent work has appeared in Marvel and DC books, such as The Punisher and Gotham Academy, so it’s a real treat to get a new...
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    Curse Words TPB Vol 1 Review

      Image Comics has introduced some of the biggest hits in modern comics. From The Walking Dead to Saga, Image has proven that sometimes the best creative strategy is to unleash your talent with no limits. That approach is what gives us Curse Words, one of the best new...
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    Generation Gone #1 Review

    Generation Gone #1 Review By John Saavedra Generation Gone is simply delightful. It’s a new sci-fi book about hackers, espionage, the military-industrial complex, and human evolution with great visuals and some very interesting concepts. Ales Kot and Andre Lima Araujo’s dish a story that explores how science is the...
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    Loose Ends TPB Review

    Loose Ends Review By John Saavedra Jason Latour, Chris Brunner, and Rico Renzi’s Loose Ends, a book that’s ten years in the making, is a marvel of color. Renzi’s neon-tinged purples and reds are so loud that they take on a hypnotic quality. You get lost in a vortex...
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    Comic Characters we want on Television

    Comic Characters we want on Television Who doesn’t want more comic book-inspired television shows? Yes, Agent Carter and The Flash are great, but other comic book properties like Preacher, iZombie, and The Walking Dead are excellent television shows without focusing on a traditional superhero. With that in mind, here...
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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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    Bitch Planet-Triple Feature #1-A Review

    Bitch Planet-Triple Feature #1-A Review In this triple feature fans of the popular comic series are treated to a series of vignettes set in the greater Bitch Planet universe, created by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro. For those unfamiliar with the setting for this series, I feel...
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    Advanced Review of Crosswind #1: Friday Freaky or Freaky Friday

    Crosswind #1 What would you do if you suddenly changed places with someone you don’t know? In Crosswind #1 we meet two people Cason Ray Bennett and Juniper Elanore Blue their lives are completely different yet in some ways living confined and controlled lives. Cason works for the mafia...