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Dynamite Entertainment’s New Barbarella Comic

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Reviewer:  Dave Johnson This is a new graphic novel based on the original character created by Jean-Claude Forest. The art is fantastic and just what I’d expect from a professional publisher. The writing is imaginative and is in keeping with the Barbarella …

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UNDER: SCOURGE OF THE SEWER #1

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Brent Griffis UNDER: SCOURGE OF THE SEWER #1 Written by: Christophe Bec Art by: Stefano Raffaele Colored by: Christian Favrelle Cover by: James Stokoe Occasionally, a comic book will come along and fill readers with such a sense of wonder and enchantment that they cannot …

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The Witchblade: Re-imagined and Reborn

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Witchblade Issue #1 Writer – Caitlin Kittredge Artist – Roberta Ingranata Colorist – Bryan Valenza “Death is not the end. Death is a doorway. And on the other side… Rebirth.” Fair warning! No story or plot spoilers here. I do …

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STAR TREK: WAYPOINT

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Brent Griffis STAR TREK: WAYPOINT is an anthology from IDW that explores multiple facets of the STAR TREK universe. The first story, PUZZLES, brings us to a future point of the Next Generation timeline. The dialogue between Captain Geordi LaForge and …

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Dungeon Magazine #6: Enter the Tortles

Guest Writer: Brian DiTullo This Month in Dungeon: Plug-And-Play!!! The final issue of the first year of Dungeon Magazine represented the first milestone for the publication, and the last issue that was available exclusively for subscribers. Beginning with issue #7, Dungeon was available for purchase at newsstands, book stores, and hobby shops. This issue contains six adventures of varying degrees …

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Doctor Who: The Complete Tenth Doctor Adventures – The Complete Year One

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Heidi Berthiaume Weighing in at 370 pages, the Doctor Who: Tenth Doctor Adventures: Complete Year One is a hefty collection that takes place after the Doctor parts from Donna Noble. The first story introduces Gabriella Gonzalez and her best friend Cindy, doing …

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77 Lost Worlds, a Post-Apocalyptic RPG

Guest Writer: Dave Johnson I have always been a big fan of science fiction movies, television shows, and books. I think it’s the idea that something better will come to us in the future. But, as we all know, life isn’t clean and tidy; sometimes things go horribly wrong. Life is messy. The struggle to survive lets us know we …

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Titan Comics’ Doctor Radar, Building on Many Genres

Guest Writer: Mike Case Writer: Noël Simsolo Art: Bézian Translator: Ivanka Hahnanberger Noël Simsolo’s Doctor Radar hits a lot of what I like about historical detective fiction (or whatever genre I’m supposed to call this. Maybe I’ll stick to the probably too broad term “graphic novel”). The past not completely rewritten; but rather like being reminded of the past or …