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Creatures of the Night Review: Perfectly Dark

Creatures of the Night should be on your must read list Review by Amie Macias Contributing Reviewer Dark Horse Comics once again brilliantly paired Neil Gaiman’s dark and beautiful storytelling with Michael Zulli’s elegant artwork in this graphic novel collection, Creatures of the Night.  This book contains two amazing yet creepy short stories from Smoke […]

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Violent Love #1 Review: Love Hurts

Barbiere and Santos Kick Off Violent Love with More Violence, Less Love By Nolan P. Smith Crime comics have had some amazing entries into the genre, especially as of late. After reading the debut issue of Image Comic’s Violent Love, it looks like we will be adding this title to the list of must read […]

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Mayday #1 Review

Alex de Campi and Co Make Mayday an Experience By Amie Macias Alex de Campi, known for works like Semiautomagic, does an amazing job bringing this tale of espionage to life, along with artist Tony Parker and inker Blond. Issue one of this five part mini series takes us through a fast paced story about […]

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Advance Review: Ether #1

Matt Kindt and David Rubin Concoct Magic with Ether By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)– We are proud to bring you an advance review for Dark Horse Comic’s Ether #1. The book will be released November 16th, so make sure to keep an eye out for it. So, how is the latest Dark Horse title?

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Graphic Novel Review: Troll Bridge

Gaiman and Doran Bring Troll Bridge to Life By Amie Macias Contributing Guest Reviewer Colleen Doran and Neil Gaiman team up and do an amazing job with Dark Horse Comics of bringing a delightfully dark graphic novel to life in Troll Bridge.  Doran’s attention to detail and artful use of layering gives each page the […]

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An Assassin’s Creed Series: Locus #1 Review

Titan Comics Revisits the Assassin’s Creed world with Locus By Kevin Hoskinson Contributing Guest Reviewer Anyone familiar with the Assassin’s Creed series of games can easily jump into this story. Set in the world of “Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate,” it follows the basic formula of the games. Assassins and Templars are fighting a secret war over […]

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Trinity #1 Review- Time to Breathe

DC Comic’s Trinity Sits at the Front of the Table By Nolan P. Smith The Rebirth event has been a complete success for DC Comics, cementing a slew of books to the top of the mountain. With Trinity, we get a series devoted to DC’s big three: Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. So what could […]

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NVRLND #1 Review: Re-imaging Neverland

NVRLND takes Peter Pan and co down a dark and entertaining road By Nolan P. Smith The story of Peter Pan is one so well known, it’s hard to take a re-imagining seriously. The tale, which is so well respected and known for its heart and fantasy elements is one that usually shouldn’t be messed with. 451 […]

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Glitterbomb #1 Review: Dropped the Bomb

Image Comic’s Glitterbomb shows a less than glamorous Hollywood By Nolan P. Smith Jim Zub is one of those writers I follow from project to project. His work is spot on, he nails the dialogue, and he usually transports the reader to some fantastical yet real environment. Skull Kickers and Wayward being two examples of […]

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Skybourne #1 Review: Deadly Good

Boom! Studios Brings the latest Frank Cho Series, Skybourne, to Life By Nolan P. Smith One of my favorite creators in comics has to be Frank Cho. His artistic style is so unique, you can spot a Cho book from a mile away. So when I heard that Cho would be creating, writing and drawing […]

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Animosity #1 Review: Awakening

AfterShock Comics Animosity Pulls off a Frightening Scenario in Grand Fashion By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—AfterShock Comics have released quite a few diverse books since their inception, and Animosity is the next series to shock and awe readers. Written by Marguerite Bennett with art by Rafael De Latorre, this inaugural issue pulls no punches […]

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