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    The Unwritten #45

    Who cares about Tom Taylor, vampires and zombies are where it’s cool right now. Right?

     

     


    Writer: Mike Carey | Artis

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    Avengers #4

    They may have (mostly) solved all of their problems on Mars, at least that we know of, but there’s never an end to extra terrestrial / other worldly threats that the Avengers have to face.

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    Hawkeye #7

    We’ve been hearing about this issue for a while now, and it’s finally come to us as quickly as Marvel could schedule for it, post Hurricane Sandy. Fraction wanted a story for those who

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    Activity #11

    This isn’t New York! It’s actually just Minneapolis, but there’s a bomb threat that Team Omaha are determined to find before it sets off. With all this action, you’d think

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    Captain America #3

    World-building is undoubtedly a very freeing exercise for artists and writers, and while in some cases, such as with Remender and Romita’s Captain America, they are still tasked with managing c

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    Crimson Society #1

    Welcome to Pearl City, the year is 2030 and humans happily co-exist with werewolves, vampires & zombies. It’s far from a perfect utopia and for one specific human, it’s about to

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    Masks #3

     

    Masks continues to standout from the crowd. Now approaching the halfway point of the series, Chris Roberson, Dennis Calero, and Alex Ross are giving you a cross over event like n

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    Uncanny Avengers #3

    With the brain of the recently deceased Charles Xavier inside his own skull, the Red Skull has just become the most powerful telepath on earth. Backed by a handful of super powered individuals

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    Wonder Woman #16

    I have a weird relationship with Brian Azzarello’s Wonder Woman. Every month, I pick it up and every month, I enjoy it, but I’

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    Red Hood & The Outlaws #16

    In the latest issue of “Scott Lobdell ruins everything I’ve ever loved,” the scribe pens the worst issue I’ve read

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    Before Watchmen: Minutemen #6

    Out of all the Before Watchmen series, Minutemen seems to be the strongest, and most favoured, and it’s easy to see why. As a concluding issue, to this mini series, it still remains simpl

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    Wolverine and the X-Men #24

    After all the crazy circus shenanigans it’s nice to see some things fall back into step. For any X-Men fan, Wolverine and the X-Men is starting to be that great fall back into the things

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