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Nailbiter: The Murder Edition Vol. 1 Review

Image Comics Collects Nailbiter in a Hardcover, Murder Edition By Art Macias Contributing Guest Reviewer This hardcover of the Nailbiter series from Image Comics features issues 1-10, which were originally published back in 2014 and was critically acclaimed upon its release. It centers on the story of Edward Charles Warren: a serial killer known for […]

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Huck #5 Review

Millar and Albuquerque’s Huck goes full-speed ahead with issue #5 By Nolan P. Smith Editor It’s no secret: I am a huge fan of Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque’s Huck from Image Comics. With issue #5, our hero is in the most unwelcome of situations, as he and his mother have been taken by someone […]

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A&A: Archer & Armstrong #1 Review

An Immortal and a Marksman Walk Into a Bag- Welcome to A&A: Archer & Armstrong #1 By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—The most unusual duo in comics is back, and for their most bizarre adventure yet. One’s an immortal that has been drinking his way through the past 7,000 years, the other is a sheltered […]

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Tokyo Ghost Volume 1 Review

Tokyo Ghost mesmerizes while showing that technology is like a drug By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Post apocalyptic tales are something writer Rick Remender knows a lot about. The man has written some of the absolute best books when it comes to bleak outlooks, like two of his current series, Devolution and Tokyo Ghost, which […]

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Mezolith Vol. 1 Review

Mezolith Vol.1 is Stone Age Greatness from Boom! Studios/Archaia By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)— Boom! Studios and their Archaia imprint has been known for brining amazingly high quality, foreign projects to the United States. With Mezolith, we are treated to a world 10,000 years ago, in a world of full of danger, mysticism and […]

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Mars Attacks: Occupation #1 Review

IDW continues their hot streak of taking existing properties into new and exciting directions with Mars Attacks: Occupation By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reviewer (Victor Valley)– When Mars Attacks hit theaters in 1996, it generated lots of laughs and became an instant cult classic. With the looks of a B-movie and an all-star cast, the […]

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TARDIS Beat Review

By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reviewer (Victor Valley)– Starsky and Hutch, Peanut butter and bananas, and Cable and Deadpool. Some pairings seem strange at first, but just appear to unexpectedly work. The most recent example of this is The Devastator’s Teen Beat and Doctor Who mashup, TARDIS Beat. With Doctor Who as the premise, Devastator […]

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Old Man Logan #3 Review

Review by Nolan P. Smith Editor (Victor Valley)— Three issues in to Old Man Logan- how time has flown; our groggy hero has made a list, checked it twice, and already eliminated the villain who wrecked havoc on his family in a distant, alternate future. He even went toe to toe with a not so […]

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The Discipline #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor (Victor Valley)— When it was announced that The Discipline would be released through Image Comics, I was ecstatic. I mean, think about it: a mature readers book by Peter Milligan (Hellblazer, X-Statix) and Leandro Fernandez (Punisher: MAX)? What’s not to be excited about? The Discipline focuses on Melissa Drake- a […]

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Predator: Life and Death #1 Review

The Predator is Back in a New Limited Series By Art Macias Contributing Guest Reviewer (Inland Empire)– Let me start off by saying I have not picked up a Predator comic in quite sometime and was a little apprehensive for fear that I may be lost in the storyline.  The storied film franchise has also […]

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Snowfall #1 Review: Winter Wonderland

By Kevin Hoskinson Contributing Guest Reviewer Mixing the mystical with the futuristic, Snowfall is an interesting twist on what happens when our climate goes to hell, and big corporate has control of the government. Upon first glance, it feels like a fairy tale world, with its bright artwork and very first words promising such. But […]

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Street Fighter V Review

Street Fighter V Hadouken’s to the Current Generation Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Street Fighter V, the PlayStation 4 and PC exclusive fighter, has a lot of weight on it’s shoulders. The fifth major installment to the groundbreaking fighting game franchise, this game is the fighter’s first new foray into the current generation of […]

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Power Man and Iron Fist #1 Review

Marvel’s Heroes for Hire Shine in Power Man and Iron Fist’s Return to Comics Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Power Man and Iron Fist #1 is here in 2016. As casual comic book fans now know the name of Luke Cage from the hit Jessica Jones series on Netflix, it’s time they learn about […]

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The Walking Dead Review: No Way Out

By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—With the return for the second half of season 6, The Walking Dead packed plenty of punches, gore and surprises. More importantly, it was a highly enjoyable return for the show that shakes up the status quo. Spoilers below, you are warned. When we last left Daryl, Abraham and Sasha, […]

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