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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 …

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Space Goat Publishing’s ‘Heroines’ to the rescue!

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer-Ted Naifeh This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. “Look, this may come out wrong, but we’ve had bad luck with girls on the team.” Marcy Madison has finished college. Her dream is to use her superpowers to join The New Sentrymen, the city’s premiere superhero …

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The Family Trade #3: you should run to get your copy!

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke Writers-Justin Jordan, Nikki Ryan Artist- Morgan Beem   This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. I snapped up the opportunity to review The Family Trade #3 on the basis of the wonderful cover; the bold red and black water colour art grabbed my attention and I …

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Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor: The Complete Year One

Guest Writer:Heidi Berthiaume Writers-Al Ewing and Rob Williams Artists-Simon Fraser, Boo Cook, and Warren Pleece Covers-Alice X Zhang Colors-Gary Caldwell and Hi-Fi This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Taking place after the Eleventh Doctor leaves (at the time) a happily married Amy and Rory in their new flat, Doctor …

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Dynamite Comic’s The Shadow Still Knows in Modern Times

Guest Writer: Brent Griffis Writer-Si Spurrier Art-Dan Watters This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Where to even begin with this one? Si Spurrier and Dan Watters have given their readers a great gift – a SHADOW truly updated for modern times. The dark, eerie mystery of the pulp hero …

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Top Cow’s Bonehead is an Engaging Introduction

Guest Writer: Brent Griffis Writer-Bryan Hill Art-Rhoald Marcellius This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Right from the outset, the first issue of “Bonehead” grabs the reader’s attention. The clever use of monochromatic backgrounds in most panels makes each character jump off the page. The bright, almost neon, color palate …

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Top Cow’s Port of Earth #2 Picks Up the Pace

Guestwriter: Ernie Laurence Writer – Zack Kaplan Artist – Andrea Mutti Colorist – Vladimir Popov Letterer – Troy Peteri Editor – Elena Salcedo This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. “The Deal protects us all.” Story The comic opens with the talk show we saw in the last one, an …

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Biting Into Image Comics’ Dark Fang Issue #2

Guest Writer: Katherine Cooper Butland Writer- Miles Gunter Artist-Kelsey Shannon This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Dark Fang issue two is now available through Image Comics. The first issue was loads of fun, so of course I had to keep reading! Issue 2 begins abruptly with Valla re-visiting the …

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Aftershock’s Comic Monstrous Mechanica

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer – Paul Allor Artist – Chris Evenhuis Colorist Sjan Weijers This was brought to you by the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. “Ah, Leonardo. What will you do with there’s no more need for your war machines?” “Well… I do also paint.” It’s Florence, 1472. Leonardo da Vinci finds himself …