4001 A.D. #1 Review

The Future of the Valiant Universe is here with 4001 A.D. #1 By Nolan P. Smith Valiant has been showing us previews for months of their latest epic storyline- this time, we are flung far into the future- 4001 A.D. to be exact. The world is a very different place in the future- specifically New […]

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Want Free Comics? Free Comic Book Day is Coming May 7th

Free Comic Book Day Returns this Saturday By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Who loves comic books? Who loves free comic books? Then this Saturday is going to be a great day for you as the annual Free Comic Book Day is coming, with two locations to choose from in the High Desert. What is Free Comic Book […]

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New Trailer and Posters for Kubo and the Two Strings

Check out the latest trailer for LAIKA’s Kubo and the Two Strings (By Staff Reports)– The latest trailer for the epic looking Kubo and the Two Strings is here, as well as four new posters depicting the awesome artwork of the film. From studio LAIKA,  the creators of hit animated films like ParaNorman, Kubo and […]

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Mythic Gets the Storybook Treatment This June

Image Comic’s Mythic Gets Collected Eisner-nominated writer Phil Hester (Green Arrow, INVINCIBLE UNIVERSE) teams up with Eisner-winning artist John McCrea (Hitman, The Boys) for the fascinating folkloric fantasy MYTHIC TP, which collects issues #1-8 into trade paperback this June. Science is a lie, an opiate for the masses. The truth is, magic makes the world […]

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Black Eyed Kids #1 Review- Eerily Entertaining

AfterShock’s Black Eyed Kids Debuts Strong By Nolan P. Smith AfterShock Comics rang in its one year anniversary with a bang, releasing diverse, yet outstanding titles. One of these books is Black Eyed Kids, from AfterShock Publisher Joe Pruett and artist Szymon Kudranski. This title is extremely different from anything AfterShock currently publishes. This is […]

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Divinity II #1 Review: Super Soviet

Divinity II takes us down a dark and disturbing road with Valiant’s latest super “hero” By Nolan P. Smith With the first Divinity series from Valiant Entertainment, we were introduced to Abram Adams, one of three Russian cosmonauts sent out during the space race as the Cold War waged on. Having gone farther into the cosmos […]

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UFOlogy TPB Review

UFOlogy keeps mystery at its core By Kevin Hoskinson Contributing Guest Reviewer Although not the most original story told on the subject of alien encounters and UFO’s, UFOlogy does bear a striking resemblance to some of the best stories ever told. Becky is a regular high school student, just trying to get through school and […]

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The Last Dragon Review

The Last Dragon Brings Love, Redemption, and Terror From Above By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reviewer Dragons, dragons, dragons. Occupying every corner of pop culture, these mythical beasts have been at the forefront of entertainment for decades. With such a strong saturation, it is difficult to find an original story that is interesting and will […]

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UDON Announces Alien Visions Art Book

UDON and a veritable Xenomorphs’ hive top professional artists collaborate for the all-new ALIEN VISIONS! (By Staff Reports)– Today is the inaugural ALIEN DAY (#AlienDay426), and UDON is celebrating by revealing our most terrifying creative collaboration yet – ALIEN VISIONS! (#UDONAlienVisions) The ALIEN VISIONS project is an artistic tribute to the one of the most […]

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Black Eyed Kids #1 Review- Eerily Entertaining

AfterShock’s Black Eyed Kids Debuts Strong By Nolan P. Smith AfterShock Comics rang in its one year anniversary with a bang, releasing diverse, yet outstanding titles. One of these books is Black Eyed Kids, from AfterShock Publisher Joe Pruett and artist Szymon Kudranski. This title is extremely different from anything AfterShock currently publishes. This is […]

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The Walking Dead: The Alien Review

Vaughan and Martin’s The Walking Dead: The Alien takes the outbreak worldwide By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin created something amazing and innovative with The Private Eye, a series that was meant to be purely digital and on a “pay what you want” platform. When Image Comic’s Robert Kirkman wanted […]

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Dept. H #1 Review

Dept. H #1 Brings Deep Sea Mystery by the Gallons By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)— Matt Kindt has quickly become one of my favorite writers and artists in the comic business. His unique, gripping Mind MGMT was unlike anything I had read or seen before, and his writing over at Valiant (Ninjak, The Valiant) […]

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Huck #6 Review: It Takes a Hero

Huck reaches it’s finale with a bang By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—One of the most interesting and entertaining series comes to a close this week as Huck #6 hit stores this Wednesday. Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque’s story of an unlikely superhero reaches its finale, with explosions and closure to boot. This issue sees […]

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Magnetic Press Earth Day Fundraiser for World Wildlife Fund

Magnetic Press Wants You to Love the Planet This Earth Day (By Staff Reports)– This Earth Day weekend, Magnetic Press and the creators of the Eisner Award nominated LOVE wildlife graphic novel series, Federico Bertolucci & Frédéric Brrémaud, are holding a three day long #LoveThePlanet fundraising sale and social media competition for the World Wildlife Federation. From 12:01AM Friday morning to […]

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Image Comics Announces 18 Nominations for the Eisners

Invincible, Chrononauts, Monstress and More Lead Eisners Nominations for Image Comics (By Nolan P. Smith)– It is that time of the year again: Eisner season! Comic-Con International announced the nominations for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards 2016 this morning and Image Comics has announced that 18 nominations come from their awesome variety of books.  […]

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Comic Book to TV: The Walking Dead Negan Debut

Negan Debut is Frightening Similar to Comic Book Counterpart By Nolan P. Smith When Negan made his debut on the hit AMC show The Walking Dead, he did so with impact. Jeffery Dean Morgan brought the most infamous villain from the The Walking Dead comics to the small screen, and left the internet buzzing. But […]

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The Unbelievable Gwenpool #1 Review

Gwenpool Makes a Splash in Debut Issue By Nolan P. Smith Deadpool-mania has been running wild for years now, and with the hit film that dropped in February, his popularity is growing by the day. So when it came time for a month full of variants honoring the long departed Spider-Man character Gwen Stacy, artists […]

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Moon Knight #1 Review

Marvel’s Moon Knight fights for his sanity with debut issue By Nolan P. Smith Before I start this review, I should let you in on a secret- I have been a fan of Moon Knight for a very long time. Strong Batman comparisons aside, I always loved the design of the character, as well as […]

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The Jungle Book Review

The Jungle Book remains the King of the Jungle By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)— When it was announced that Jon Favreau, the director that brought Iron Man to the big screen, would be tackling a live action version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, I imagine many were in the state I was in: […]

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