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Movie Multiverse: Justice League

Ever since I was a child, I have been a fan of these characters. I have spent my life reading comics, watching the cartoons, collecting the figures and collectibles, going to conventions, seeing the movies, and I’m proud of all those things no matter how much society tells me I’m a geek. As much as […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 11/15/17

Batman #35 (DC) NickZ: The fight between Talia and Selina was perfect. Selina’s line about her “nine lives” was my favorite. Batman Who Laughs #1 (DC) NickZ: The darkest of the Dark Knights books yet. This version of Batman is the worst. Black Science #33 (Image) NickZ: Another series that is masterful at building up […]

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It’s Clobberin’ Time: WWE Wrestlers Who Were Inspired By Comic Books

Wrestling and comic books may seem like two completely different aspects that would never cross one another. However, comic books and wrestling may have more in common once you peel back the layers and really give both aspects of entertainment a look. Something about people who are strong settling all their disagreements with each other […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 11/08/17

Action Comics #991 (DC) NickZ: When the current darkness of our world is too much to bare even for Superman. 🙁 Astonisher #2 ( Lion Forge) Infinite Speech: Not sure if I’m liking Magnus yet but I’m sticking with this title a bit longer to find out because it’s crazy fun! Batman Lost #1 (DC) […]

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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Power Rangers: Year One

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, No. 199 Welcome back to our all-ages comics column, From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! Its been a minute since we last spoke but we return once again with a hit from BOOM! as they continue the stories of the legendary Mighty Morphin Power Rangers! That’s right folks it’s […]


 
 
 

 
 

Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 8/3/2011

50 Girls 50 #3 (Image) Andy: It’s rare a comic can make me chuckle, but there’s something about a sobbing lizard creature seeing space for the first time that’s amusing. Batman: Gates of Gotham #4 (DC) Andy: T...
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Kickstarter Spotlight: Jamie Me Speaks On His OCD And How It Sparked His Political Thriller ‘Queen’

The Prime Minister is dead. It makes for a catchy hook, right? Well that is what British comic creator Jamie Me is hoping for as he attempts to get funding on Kickstarter for his team to create a thriller about political corrup...
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Dark Horse Reviews: Kingsway West #1

Kingsway West #1 Publisher: Dark Horse Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Mirko Colak Colorist: Wil Quintana Cover: Mirko Colak & Wil Quintana  Kingsway Law just wants to live out the rest of his days in peace after spending yea...
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From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Kikaida, Word Girl and more Pokemon!

And we are back to the races with From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, the column you come to every week for your all ages comics fix. We take a look at a handful of things this week, so let’s get down to it! Last week IDW...
by Drew
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Black Mask Reviews: Twelve Reasons To Die #5

Twelve Reasons To Die #5 Publisher: Black Mask Writer(s): Matthew Rosenberg & Patrick Kindlon Artist(s): Breno Tamura,Gus Storms, Russel Roehling, & Ryan Kelly Cover: Johnnie Christmas The past and present come together...
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Dark Horse Previews: Alien vs. Predator: Fire and Stone #1

As the mercenary crew of the Perses leave the horror of LV-223 behind them, one passenger reveals a terrible new danger, and the crew soon find themselves in a deadly struggle between predator and prey! * The Prometheus crossov...
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Dark Horse Reviews: Aliens vs Predator: Three World War #4

Publisher: Dark Horse Writer: Randy Stradley Artist: Rick Leonardi Cover: Raymond Swanland **Spoilers** “Three World War pt 4”: With the alliance between the Marines and Hunter Predators formed, they are now prepar...
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Unsung Characters of Comicdom: Bubba the Redneck Werewolf

Bubba: The Redneck Werewolf was produced by a publisher in Orlando, Florida called Brass Ball Press (with a monkey straddling a giant brass ball as an emblem). This definitely earns them the award for best publishing company n...
by Josh
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Horror Comic Roundup: July 2015

Horror Comic Roundup Image drawn by Travis Wayne Pursell, colors by Decapitated Dan Welcome to the Horror Comic Roundup! Join Decapitated Dan and Friends at the end of each month as he reviews new and old Horror Comics that you...
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X-Men Power Rankings #46-#42

Hey there Comic Attackers! If you’re like me you can never get enough X-Men. Yet, there are so many mutants out there that they’ve become incredibly hard to keep track of, let alone stay up to date on what their current pow...
by Andy
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Make Time for “Return of the Dapper Men”

Return of the Dapper Men Writer: Jim McCann Artist: Janet Lee Publisher: Archaia Entertainment Release Date: November, 2010 Return of the Dapper Men is an incredible read. I’ve been eagerly awaiting my journey into this b...
by Andy
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Character Spotlight: Connor Hawke

Welcome back as we continue our look at DC archer heroes. We could call this month Marchery. Anyway, I think we’ll work our way up to the original DC archer but we should take a look at one of his kids, Connor Hawke. Who ...
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