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    Review – GLITTERBOMB, Vol. 1: Red Carpet

    Publisher: Image Story: Jim Zub Art: Djibril Morissette-Phan Colors: K. Michael Russell Direct Market: 3/1/2017 Book Market: 3/7/2017 The world has had an intense love affair with Hollywood what seems like forever. The fame, fortune, love, and excitement that comes along with it; it’s like an inescapable drug for many. But it’s not...
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    Rich’s Random Comic Roundup: Sci-Fi Edition

    Rich’s Random Comic Roundup: Sci-Fi Edition by Rich Spinello The Manhattan Projects (2012) Image Comics Co-created by writer Jonathan Hickman & illustrator by Nick Pitara   Imagine an alternate history of the world where the brilliant minds behind the infamous “Manhattan Project” continued working together to theorize and build...
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    Review – SAGA, Vol. 2

    Volume 2 of Saga picks up just where the first volume left off, closing the gaps on the cliffhangers left when we first met Marko and Alana. It does an acceptable job at filling in the blanks and giving the readers some insight to their backstories, but at times feels a...
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    Review – A.D.: After Death Book 1

    Why has it taken this long for Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire to team up? Why? Give me answers! Frankly, it feels like they’ve been holding out on us. And that’s just not fair. It’s not fair because the pair’s first collaboration, A.D.: After Death is way too good. It’s so...
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    Loose Ends #1 – Review

    Jason Latour’s gritty southern-fried miniseries Loose Ends is set for release by Image on January 25th, and for fans of sweaty, greasy crime stories, that day just may feel like Christmas for you. Sonny Gibson steps into a bar one night and his life is changed forever. He is soon to...
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    Review – Jason McNamara’s ‘The Rattler’ is Tragic, Brutal

    In The Rattler, Stephen Thorn and his fiancee break down on the side of the road. When they hail a seemingly well-intentioned woman for help, she hitches up their broken down car and begins to tow it away. There’s only one problem; she’s not stopping. Even worse is that Thon’s fiance,...
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    Review – Rockstars #1 Puts the Occult Back into Rock

    When I was a small child, I would watch The Song Remains the Same at least once a week. There was a mysticism in it that entranced me and undoubtedly carried over into adolescence. Jimmy Page’s glowing eyes and subtle yet undeniable touches of black magic pulled me in, and now, as...
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    New Jersey Comic Expo, an incredible fan-friendly event

        This past weekend Ash Thomas and I made the trek to Edison New Jersey for a day at the New Jersey Comic Expo. As a veteran of as many metro comic/sci-fi/horror conventions as I can afford to attend I can honestly say that the show runners at...
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    Review – Reborn, Issue #1

    Wow. Well, okay. That was something. What if death wasn’t the end? What if after death, you are transported to a world of Dungeons and Dragons on crack? Though the first issue leaves you thoroughly confused as to what is actually going on, this seems to be the story behind Reborn. Although I...