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Tales From The Water Cooler #195

Posted  January 30, 2015  by  DecapitatedDan

Welcome to Tales From the Water Cooler! Join Infinite Speech, The Comic Book Clergyman and the Canadian Webslinger each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. Listen in this week as the guys talk about David Tennant cast as Zebediiah Killgrave, CBS’Supergirl, Baron Zemo in Civil War and […]

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Gotta Have It!: Spider-Man #100 Wallet and Tin

Posted  January 28, 2015  by  SpidermanGeek

Feeling embarrassed lately when pulling your old, cracked and beat up wallet out from your pocket in front of that cute cashier? Well it might just be time for you to replace your money holder with something that’s sure to be a conversation starter. What better way for fans of Spider-Man to identify themselves as […]

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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 01/21/15

Posted  January 27, 2015  by  Arnab

Batman Eternal #42 Writers: Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Ray Fawkes, Kyle Higgins, and Tim Seeley Artists: Joe Quinones and Kelsey Shannnon Cover Artists: Ivan Reis, Rod Reis, and Joe Prado Publisher: DC While a lot occurs in this issue, it somehow manages to end up feeling like a filler issue. Bluebird, aka Harper Row, manages […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 01/21/15

Posted  January 27, 2015  by  Arnab

All-New X-Factor #20 (Marvel) Arnab: Super bummed that this is ending. Infinite Speech: This is ONE of the two GOOD mutant books and it’s getting cancelled? Why?? Oh, and Warlock & Danger finally…engage. It was weird. NickZ: This can’t be the last issue. I won’t accept that! Peter David isn’t done telling this story. All-New […]

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Stay Tooned Sundays: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Posted  January 25, 2015  by  Cameron Crump

Anybody looking to get their superhero fix knows that DC is the only game in town and 2015 gives us their latest offering in the form of “Justice Leauge: Throne of Atlantis”. This is a follow up to 2014’s “Justice League: War”, both of which are adaptations of the most recent retellings of the origin stories from the comics done by Geoff Johns. In the first year run of the reboot, Geoff’s job was to balance the big name characters in a story that showed each of their strengths as well as define how those strengths play in a team setting. The six solo acts struggle but eventually find their footing and push back the coming apocalypse,coming from Apokolips (see what I did there).

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Tales from the Water Cooler: Episode #96

Welcome to Tales From the Water Cooler! Join Infinite Speech, Decapitated Dan, and the Southern Sensation each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. This week the guys are joined by techni...
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Ye Olde School Café: Black Knight pt 2

Hello and welcome to another edition of Ye Olde School Café! You know, when you think about it, there are so many stories that have been labeled as mediocre by some, that have so much more value than initially thought. Case in...
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Aspen Reviews: Executive Assistant: Iris (vol 3) #1

Executive Assistant: Iris (vol3) #1 Publisher: Aspen Writer: David Wohl Artist: Alex Lei Cover: Alex Lei Iris returns in the Executive Extinction event as we’re introduced to her new employer, and shown how she is con...
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Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan #123: Douglas Paszkiewicz

Horror comics have been scaring readers for years. Is there anyone brave enough to sit down with their creators? This is Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan. With only 3 episodes of Discussions left, Dan is joined by creator ...
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FFGtGR: The Best 15 All-Ages Comics of 2012!

Hello readers, and welcome to our all-ages comics column, From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! This week we take a moment to do our annual “best of” column, where we look at the best 15 all-ages comics published thro...
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Dark Horse Reviews: Grandville Bete Noire HC

Grandville Bete Noire HC Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Writer/Artist: Bryan Talbot Someone is killing artists, and it’s up to Detective Inspector Archibald “Archie” LeBrock of Scotland Yard to solve the case. S...
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Comics Are My Religion: Phantom Stranger Podcast with A. David Lewis

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. The column below may have spoilers for ...
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The Comics Console: Marvel’s Avengers: Battle for Earth

Marvel fighting games are held to a pretty high standard with previous greats like the Marvel vs. Capcom series. But, as history has shown us, when in the hands of any other developer besides Capcom, things can get pretty rough...
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Marvel/A.P.N.G. Enterprises Reviews: New-Gen: New Dawn #2 (of 5)

New Gen: New Dawn #2 (of 5) Publisher: Marvel Writer: J. D. Matonti & Abdul H. Rashid Artist: Jomar Bulda Cover: Abdul H. Rashid & Edgar Arce Thirteen years have passed since the events of last issue, and Gabriel now ha...
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Dark Horse Reviews: The Black Beetle #0

The Black Beetle #0 Publisher: Dark Horse Writer: Francesco Francavilla Artist: Francesco Francavilla Letters: Nate Pekos When the artwork for this book started to leak out a couple of months ago, people started getting pumped....
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The Uncanny X-Piles 120

Welcome to the 120th edition of the Uncanny X-Piles! Cable’s back with new team of X-Forcers, another Wolverine series comes to a close, and AoA Wolverine & Sabretooth duke it out! What do the guys think about all of ...
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Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive: Make It So!

The fact that another addition to the seemingly never-ending Star Trek saga beamed down to us in September was great news, especially since it came via the medium of comic books. However, it wasn’t really earth-shattering...
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