Monthly Archives: November 2012

Indie Comic Review: Comeback #1

Another promising debut from Image which falls apart a bit in he final pages. Reconnect is more than a company – it’s an opportunity for good. Reconnect can reverse tragedy by sending agents into the past to rescue your mother, … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Clone #1

David Schulner knows a thing or two about writing…television. His credits include The Event, Trauma, and an episode of Desperate Housewives. Clone is his first foray into the world of comics, and it shows. While the concept is strong and … Continue reading

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Shadowline Opens School For Five Weapons

When the world’s deadliest, stealthiest, and most infamous assassins need a place to educate their children, an institution that respects and upholds their values, they turn to the prestigious School of Five Weapons. At the setting of the new Image … Continue reading

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The Heart of Thomas Comes to Fantagraphics

Fantagraphics is not normally known for publishing manga. So, when they do choose to publish a manga graphic novel it is worth noting. The Heart of Thomas is no exception. The setting: A boys’ boarding school in Germany, sometime in … Continue reading

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Preview: X-O Manowar #9 – Prelude to Planet Death

The most ambitious X-O Manowar event EVER – Planet Death – kicks off this January with a two-part prologue beginning in X-O Manowar #9 by New York Times best-selling author Robert Venditti and comics superstar Trevor Hairsine! Jump on board … Continue reading

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Self-Published Sunday: Onion Puss #1

The high concept behind Onion Puss is that he is a guy with a face that may or may not be made out of an onion.  That’s about it.  Nothing moe to see here.  But, as with Jakey the Jerk, … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: X-O Manowar #7

After the events of the past two issues of X-O, this one is a bit of a letdown.  Things get resolved too quickly, and not enough new happens to move the story forward.  It is as if there was not … Continue reading

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