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    Dark Shadows #10

    The latest chapter of Dark Shadows opens with Barnabus burying the dead.  This more than shows the characters moving on from the events of the last arc, but symbolically is meaningful as Bar

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    Mind The Gap #6

    Mind the Gap #6

     

    Writer: Jim McCann

    Artist: Rodin Esquejo

     

    Review written by MaxM

     

    A jumping point for new readers who ho

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    Judge Dredd #1

    Mega City One’s #1 hard as nails Judge is back in an all-new ongoing series, bringing justice to the criminal scum as judge, jury & executioner all rolled into one. This issue features

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    MIND MGMT #0

     

    Writer and Artist: Matt Kindt

     

     

     

    This will be a 'dual review' of sorts. The preview said it's a great jumping on point

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    Archer & Armstrong #4

    We're four issues in to Valiant's relaunch of Archer & Armstrong and so far it's been a great ride.  This issue wraps up the first arc with a bang.  The boon is finally

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    X-O Manowar #7

    Things are heating up, as a truce becomes an alliance, as Alexander, Aric & the deadly Ninjak prepare for the invasion of the Vine!

    The Team

    Written by Robert Ve

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    Harbinger #6

    After making their escape from the clutches of the Harada Foundation, an injured Peter and his new friend Faith lay low for while, as Peter recovers from his wounds. Kris, Peter’s ex manipu

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    Baltimore : The Play

    Hot on the trail of Haigus, the vicious vampire who slaughtered Lord Henry Baltimore’s family, it leads him to Verona, Italy where the plague has wiped out most of the inhabitants. As the m

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    X-Men Legacy #1

                The cover of X-Men Legacy #1 feels more like a work of abstract art than it does the first impressions of a comic book, and yet,

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    Batman and Robin #14

                I think I like Batman and Robin more every time I read it. There’s something so special about what Peter J. Tomasi is doin

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