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OOOH LA DI DA, I READ A COMIC BOOK: Batman Vol. 1: The Court of Owls

I had heard a lot about how great this was, and from his work on American Vampire, and most of his Detective Comics run, I was inclined to believe it. The actual experience was a little disappointing. The story is … Continue reading

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A few things from the DC Collections Solicits for August

TEEN TITANS VOL. 1: IT’S OUR RIGHT TO FIGHT TP Written by SCOTT LOBDELL Art by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND Cover by BRETT BOOTH On sale SEPTEMBER 5 • 168 pg, FC, $14.99 US • SCOTT LOBDELL and BRETT … Continue reading

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Avengers Spoilers! (as written by a dude who has not seen the Avengers)

My brother recently saw Marvel’s Tyler Perry’s The Avengers, and he related to me the spoilers below. Do not read if you are not interested in spoilers. As has been said in most reviews of the Avengers, the movie does … Continue reading

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What DC Comics Lurk In The Heart Of July 2012? I Know, Because I Have These Solicits, Let Me Show You Them

1 day, 85 or so issues, one somewhat annoyed guy! The Great Indoor Bitchfest begins here!

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Spring Break Reviewstravaganza: Axel Pressbutton also featuring Mysta Mystralis, Laser Eraser! #1(1984)

You know, there used to be a time where foreign comics were readily available in shops. I’m not talking about the 2000 AD collections that pop up now and again, or the actual 2000 AD mag, or anything resembling the … Continue reading

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Spring Break Reviewstravaganza Part 1: Batgirl Special (1988)

Written by Barbara Randall|Pencilled by Barry Kitson|Inked by Bruce D. Patterson|Lettered by John Costanza|Colored by Carl Gafford|Edited by Dennis O’Neill

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On Food, Water And Identity in Habibi

I’m currently around half-through Habibi, and I’ve started to notice an odd bit of symbolism, that of food and water for female and male identity, respectively. I may be full of shit here, but I just wanted to get some … Continue reading

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