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    Batman #19

    Batman #19 is an odd chapter in the context of the series. Scott Snyder is known for his giant eleven issue mega arcs of Batman, and this is one of the chapters that takes place in between the arc

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    Mind MGMT Vol. 1: The Manager

    As a reviewer I read an enormous amount of comics. Granted, I read a lot before heading down this path, but still, my reading load has tripled in that time. While most of the books I read are fant

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    X #0

    In the city of Arcadia, crime is a way of life, officials are corrupt and criminals rule with an iron fist with brass knuckles. For a city this brutal, you need a hero who’s just as depraved

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    Sledgehammer ’44 #2

    Trapped & cornered in a village barn, a group of American WW2 soldiers and a very large empty armour (which was previously an active war machine) make their final stand against a small Nazi ar

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    Colonized #1

    In the eco friendly town of Carbon Falls, a UFO attempts first contact with the inhabitants, but what happens when the aliens accidentally beam up a flesh eating zombie, thinking it’s an ind

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    Snapshot #3

    I desperately wanted to love this book. The very same team that brought us the seminal Green Arrow origin story? How could it not be amazing, right? However that is simply not the case. Unfortu

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    Polarity #1

    Polarity kind of threw me for a loop. Now look: I know it's somewhat of a spoiler to say that a book has a twist at the end, because then you're looking for it. However, don't worry

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    Dr. Atlantis #2

    Dr. Atlantis strikes again in this second volume of the series. The Dr. Atlantis comic was originally a kickstarter project created by author Ian Alley-Seals and artist Carl Mefferd. The series is

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    Dr. Atlantis #1

    Dr. Atlantis from publisher Rare Earth Comics asks it’s readers an important question; have you ever had a weird friend? Not just kind of weird but somebody so weird they literally suck you

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    Miss Fury #1

    Dynamite's pulp hero line is one of the best things in comics. Fans of Green Hornet, The Shadow, and other great characters have known that for a while. Dynamite themselves know this too and h

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    Superior Spider-Man #7

    The real world moves at an incredibly fast pace, but Marvel comics has never conformed to the real world. Marvel needs to slow down and appreciate a great character like Peter Parker.

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    Green Lantern #19

    Geoff Johns has been writing Green Lantern stories for close to a decade. His stories have been both big and small. This penultimate story sets up the final chapter, but in all honesty it seems li

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