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    X-Men Legacy #2

                Dead parents are about as common as colds in the Marvel and DC universes, to the point where it’s (quite literally) overki

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    Batman Incorporated #5

    WATCH OUT FOR THAT SPOILER!!!



    Batman Inc. is a mixed bag. From the beginning, it's been an odd, mildly trippy, sometimes simply confusing thrill ride through Grant M

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    Teen Titans #14

                Teen Titans, by its nature, has to navigate a great deal of obstacles that the majority of other comic books don’t have to

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    Chew #30

     

    Writer: John Layman

     

    Artist: Rob Guillory

     

    This is a difficult review of sorts for me. If you have gotten to read a few of my other revi

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    R.I.P.D. : City of The Damned #1

    To make sure the souls of the dead keep moving forward, God has a unit of special officers known as the Rest in Peace Department, these special cops serve the almighty for a century and keep the

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    Bedlam #2

    As Fillmore’s rehabilitation into society continues, his grip on what’s real and what’s not starts to crumble and in his current state, the only reflection he sees in the mirror

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    Nowhere Men #1

    Dade Ellis. Simon Grimshaw. Emerson Strange. Thomas Walker. Four brilliant scientists working together as a team to better the present & the future of mankind. These extraordinary individuals

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    Planetoid #4

    Far from the reaches of the encampment, a distress signal is detected. Silas and two of his men investigate, only to bring them dangerously closer to the Ono Mao and their robotic monstrosities.

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    Witch Doctor : Mal Practice #1

    The good doctor Morrow (don’t call him a mad scientist) is back and he’s up to his rectal thermometer with demon possessions & parasites. But this time he’s the patie

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    Superman: Earth One Vol. 1 & 2

    DC's Earth One line began a few years ago as a way to present stories in graphic novel form as opposed to serialized, monthly comics.  They serve also as basically Elseworld's storie

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