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Marvel Phase 3: ‘Black Panther’, ‘Captain Marvel’, ‘Infinity War’ and More!

Posted  October 28, 2014  by  InfiniteSpeech

Ever since Warner Bros./DC released their slate of movies for the next six years, eyes immediately turned to Marvel to see what they were going to do next. Well, today is a day many have been waiting for ever since Marvel Phase One began! Fans have been tirelessly connecting the dots and picking apart the […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 10/22/14

Posted  October 28, 2014  by  Arnab

13 Coins #1 (Titan) Infinite Speech: Took off fast but left some of the story behind. It’s still worth checking out. All-New X-Factor #15 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: So Warlock can pretty much end the Red Skull’s influence in Axis…but NO ONE and I mean NO ONE want’s to address this? NickZ: In the midst of […]

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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 10/22/14

Posted  October 28, 2014  by  Arnab

Aquaman #35 Writer: Jeff Parker Artists: Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons, and Rain Beredo Cover Artists: Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons, and  Rain Beredo Publisher: DC With Chimera seemingly dealt with for the time being, Aquaman directs his focus to the ever-pressing matter of seismic tremors wreaking havoc in Atlantis. In order to accomplish this, he invites Daniel […]

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Bento Bako Weekly: All You Need is Kill vol 1

Posted  October 27, 2014  by  Kristin

Title: All You Need is Kill Author: Takeshi Obata (Bakuman.) (original story by Hiroshi Sakurazaka) Publisher: Viz Media (Shonen Jump Advanced) Volume: Volume 1 (of 2), $6.99 digital Vintage: 2014 by Shueisha and Viz Media Genre: Science fiction For the graphic novel adaptation, click here. For the Edge of Tomorrow film review, click here. And here […]

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Interview With ‘Concrete Park’ Creators Tony Puryear & Erika Alexander!

Posted  October 24, 2014  by  InfiniteSpeech

During our time at NYCC we spoke to some very talented creators in the industry and were fortunate enough to get to sit with Tony Puryear and Erika Alexander, the creators of Concrete Park from Dark Horse Comics. What started as your standard interview grew into an conversation not only about their sci-fi story where prisoners are transported to […]

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Marvel Reviews: Minimum Carnage: Alpha #1

Minimum Carnage: Alpha #1 Publisher: Marvel Writers: Cullen Bunn & Chris Yost Artist: Lan Medina Cover: Clayton Crain You know you can’t keep a good villain locked up for too long, and there are those who wish Cletus ...
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Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan #112: Riley Rossmo

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. Listen in this week as Dan is joined by artist Riley Rossmo once ag...
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From Friendly Ghosts to Gamma Rays

FFGtGR: Masters of the Universe, Adventure Time and Princeless!

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, No.115 : Magic Time Hey web-slingers, and welcome back to your weekly review source for all-ages comics, From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! Let’s save the chit-chat and intros and just...
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Bento Bako Bonus: Cross Manage

Cross Manage Publisher: Viz Media (in the weekly Shonen Jump Alpha) Written and Drawn by: Kaito This week Shonen Jump Alpha rolled out its newest straight-from-Japan manga, Cross Manage! Replacing the sci-fi title Barrage, whi...
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The Uncanny X-Piles 109

  Welcome to the 109th edition of the Uncanny X-Piles! We’ve got a huge bump from last week with seven books to review. So let’s not waste any more time and jump in! The X-Piles Numbers next to each title are the...
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The Comics Console: Resident Evil 6 Review

Remember when Resident Evil use to be a survival horror game? Or when it was scary? If you don’t, it’s okay; it just means I’m old. But yes, once upon a time, I loved the RE series for the terrors that lurked ...
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Aspen Reviews: Dead Man’s Run #3

Dead Man’s Run #3 Publisher: Aspen Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Tony Parker Colors: David Curiel So it’s probably bad enough that you and your sister (who’s totally innocent by the way) have been murdered and then...
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Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review: Episodes 01 & 02

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Episodes 01 & 02: “Rise of the Turtles” Aired: Sept. 29, 2012 Cast: Jason Biggs (Leonardo), Rob Paulsen (Donatello), Sean Astin (Raphael), Greg Cipes (Michelangelo), Hoon Lee (Master...
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Bento Bako Lite: Ai Ore! Love Me volume 6

Title: Ai Ore! Love Me Author: Mayu Shinjo Publisher: Viz Media (Shojo Beat) Volume: Volume 6, $9.99 Vintage: 2009 by Kadokawa Shoten, August 2012 by Viz Media Genre: Romantic comedy, gender bender [Volume 5 review.] It’s...
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IDW Reviews: Snake Eyes & Storm Shadow #17

Snake Eyes & Storm Shadow #17 Writer: Chuck Dixon Artist: Atilio Rojo Cover: Kenneth Loh & Joana Lafuente Storm Shadow has shown his hand in trying to assassinate the new Cobra Commander, making the Arashakage ninja cla...
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Zenescope Reviews: Whore GN

Whore GN Publisher: Big City Comics Studio (Distributed by Zenescope) Writer: Jeffrey Kaufman Artist: Marco Turini (SDCC cover by Michael Golden) Colors: James Brown FC – $9.99 (mature read) In this economy, everybody is ...
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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 09/26/12

“Adventure Time” #8 (kaboom!) Dr. Bustos: More future time battles and Bill and Ted level’s of time travel fixing. A “Amazing Spider-Man” #694 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: Seemed a bit too nice and ti...
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