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Image Comics’ Maestros Is No Hat Trick

Guestwriter: Stonie Williams Writer & Artist – Steve Skroce Colorist – Dave Stewart Lettering & Design – Fonografiks This article is possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Fair Warning! This is a review of Issue 4 and there will be spoilers from previous issues! If you haven’t caught up yet… WHAT ARE …

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Witchblade 2 is Scary Good

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer – Caitlin Kittredge Artist – Roberta Ingranata Colorist – Bryan Valenza Letterer – Troy Peteri This article is possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. “Hey. I’m thinking your policy of scotch after shitty days is becoming mine too.” Fair warning, mild spoilers from the last issue. If …

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NINJAK VS THE VALIANT UNIVERSE #1

Guest Writer: Brent Griffis This was brought to you by the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. As any fan of the medium will tell you, comic books are constantly evolving, searching for new ways to continue their mythologies. In “NINJAK vs THE VALIANT UNIVERSE” Valiant is offering devotees a cross-platform treat: A brand-new title, written …

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The Wicked and The Divine vol. 6, Try to Remain Calm

Writer-Kieron Gillen Art-Jamie McKelvie, Matt Wilson This article is possible due to the gift of a review copy. Well. Well. How should I describe my feelings about The Wicked and the Divine vol. 6? Prolonged incoherent screaming. It’s rather difficult to write a review without spoilers and in a professional unbiased way of a comic like WicDiv vol. 6 after …

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Dejah Thoris #0 by Dynamite Comics

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Greg Jude Cover Art: Jay Anacleto Cover Art Colors: Rain Beredo Writer: Amy Chu Art: Pasquale Qualano Art: Cezar Razek Colors: Valentina Pinto Letters: Thomas Napalitano For years, fans have read tales from the empire of Helium and the exploits of its princess, Dejah …

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No. 1 With a Bullet continues to shock and impress in Issue #3

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Writer: Katherine Cooper Butland We pick up immediately from Issue #2’s cliffhanger, which left us with the startling visual of an aggressive note to Nash written on the wall in her house. As Nash strives to figure out who broke into her …

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You don’t have to be Einstein to love Genius: Cartel!

Guestwriter: Stonie Williams Writers – Marc Bernardin & Adam Freeman Artist – Rosi Kampe Colorist – Brad Simpson Letterer – Troy Peteri This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. “Do you feel no pain?” “I save it for my enemies.” I’ll admit I’m not familiar with Adam Freeman’s previous work. …

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Top Cow Comic’s God Complex: Dogma issue 3

Guest Writer: Heidi Berthiaume Writer-Paul Jenkins Artist- Hendry Prasetya Colors-Jessica Kholinne The third issue of the God Complex: Dogma comic picks up where issue #2 left off – with digital-forensics investigator Seneca having a …. discussion … with the members of the Coup, humans fighting the authority of the Rulers. Seneca is ready to arrest the lot of them for …

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Casa Nostra gives you a safe place from ordinary comics.

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer – Chris Sarracini Artist – Nick Kilislian Letterer – Matt Moylan This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. “The men I help don’t wait in line for opportunity. Too little time to waste with that. Life is on the clock.” Casa Nostra – Chicago, 1933. …

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Dynamite Entertainment’s “The Greatest Adventure #8”

Guest Writer: Greg Jude Writer-Bill Willingham Artist- Cesar Razek This article made possible by a gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s Edgar Rice Burroughs created many unforgettable characters over the course of his career. Tarzan, Dejah Thoris, and John Carter of Mars have all become icons, thrilling audiences with their adventures since 1912. For well over …