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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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    Solid State Graphic Novel Review

    This may come as a surprise, but I’m not a fan of the internet. I think it’s much too invasive. We no longer have any sense of real privacy – and we’re doing it to ourselves. For all of the wonderful things the internet has to offer (like, for...
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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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    Rockstars, Vol. 1: Nativity in Blacklight Conjures up the Power of Rock

    I remember being a kid and laying on my bedroom floor listening to the greats on my headphones. Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, AC/DC – you name it. I’d sit and listen for hours on end reading the liner notes as well as biographies and legendary tales of rock. These...
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    Review: Kill the Minotaur #1

      Rachel Bellwoar @Ziggystarlog Mythology will always have an edge in the storytelling department, but some offerings stand out from the rest. King Minos and the minotaur is one of them. Born from a feud between Minos and Poseidon, that got taken out on Minos’ wife, the minotaur is...
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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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    Review – CANNIBAL Issue 5

    The zombie apocalypse is such a tired genre that, at this point, I’ll avoid reading most comics that deal with it. With the golden standard of The Walking Dead, the only real way to go is down. TWD has such a long list of believable characters and long-running plotlines that it makes almost...
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    Review: Vaughn and Luna’s ETERNAL EMPIRE #1

    Fans of Sarah Vaughn and Jonathan Luna’s Alex + Ada series will be nothing short of delighted with Eternal Empire, their newest sci-fi tale. While the introductory issue may be a little off-putting for those newly acquainted with Luna’s highly-stylized artwork, longtime fans are in for more of the same unique...
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    Rock Candy Mountain Chapter 1 Review

    Rock Candy Mountain Chapter 1 Review By Richard Lynch   Now, this is how you start a comic. From the very first panel, which has you staring right into the Devil’s eyes as he beats the living hell (pun intended) out of some helpless hobos. We don’t know what,...