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Marvel’s Official All-New, All-Different Previews!

Here is the official list of how the Marvel Universe will look post Secret Wars and though there were a few leaks earlier this week, there are several surprises sprinkled in here! The Future is Here! Presenting All-New, All-Different Marvel! New York, NY—July 1st, 2015— This Fall, prepare for an all-new, all-different Marvel Universe to […]

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Ink Stains 73: Woweekazowie 2

  More Interfan goodness, including a Don McGregor interview, in Woweekazowie 2! Woweekazowie 2: 1976 Publisher: William Blyberg, Editor: Dean Mullaney Woweekazowie! Who the heck would give that name to their fanzine? You can credit Willie Blyberg for that! With his rotating band of editors, Willie put out four issues (that I know of) of […]

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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 06/24/15

Aquaman #41 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artists: Trevor McCarthy and Guy Major Cover Artists: Trevor McCarthy and Guy Major Publisher: DC It’s a completely different direction for Aquaman, as Cullen Bunn takes over on writing duties. The issue splits its time in the present and the past, showing exactly what drove Aquaman to turn his back on […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 06/24/15

Adventure time #41 (Boom!) NickZ: Jake Wyatt did an awesome cover featuring some of the most famous swords from nerd culture. Age of Ultron vs Marvel Zombies #1 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: Well, that was fun…then Hank Pym showed up and it wasn’t anymore. Batgirl #41 (DC) NickZ: Another fantastic issue from this awesome creative team. […]

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Bento Bako Weekly: Master Keaton volume 3

Title: Master Keaton Author: Naoki Urasawa (original story by Hokusei Katsushika) Publisher: Viz Media (Viz Signature) Volume: Volume 3 omnibus, $19.99 Vintage:  June 2015 by Viz Media Genre: Detective, mystery [Volume 2 review.] It’s time for another slew of adventures with Taichi Keaton. First up, Keaton is sent to appraise an old ruin being damaged by […]


 
 
 

 
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The Schomberg Center’s Third Annual Black Comic Book Festival in NYC

In Harlem, on 135th Street and Lenox Avenue inside the austere halls of a research center devoted to the Afro-Caribbean experience in America, a comic book festival took place; in fact this weekend is the third time it’s happ...
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Marvel Reviews: Star Wars #1

Star Wars #1 Publisher: Marvel Story: Jason Aaron Pencils: John Cassaday Inks: John Cassaday Colors: Laura Martin Letters: Chris Eliopoulos Arguably this week’s biggest news in the comic world was the release of Marvel’s St...
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Watch Marvel’s ‘Secret Wars’ Kickoff Event Live!

Marvel’s announcement to “end all announcements” is finally here as the kick off event starts here! What universe will be left? Will the Illuminati be destroyed? What’s the purpose of Battleworld? Hopefu...
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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 01/14/15

Batman Eternal #41 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 From the moment she ...
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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 01/14/15

Aliens vs Predator: Fire & Stone #4 (Dark Horse) Infinite Speech: It’s a bit of an open ending but a good one. All-New Captain America #3 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: Sam gets a legit origin and I realized if it wasnR...
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Ye Olde School Cafe': Marvel and DC Present: The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans #1 (1982)

It may be hard to believe but there was a time when the two largest comic companies got together and let their respective characters play in the same sandbox for a while. Maybe things were a little more fun and a lot less corp...
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Bento Bako Weekly: Shion of the Dead

Shion of the Dead Publisher: Manga Box Story and Art: Takashi Muroyoshi Step right up, step right up, one and all! It’s comedic, yet somehow slightly ecchi-feeling, manga time! Maybe you are sick of moe! Maybe this new ha...
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Tom Hardy Leaves ‘Suicide Squad’ Film

Tom Hardy who’s most known for his amazing performance as “Bane” in The Dark Knight Rises will not be a member of Suicide Squad, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The THR report says the actor who was set to play Rick...
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Marvel Reviews: Avengers #40

Avengers #40 Publisher: Marvel Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Stefano Caselli Cover: Dale Keown & Jason Keith Hopefully you stuck with this title up to now, because Hickman starts bringing several plot points together ...
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Marvel Reviews: Deathlok #4

The new Deathlok series is walking weird line for me. There is definitely awesome action, gorgeous artwork from Mike Perkins and several interesting ideas at play setting up Deathlok for some compelling adventures in the future...
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Marvel Reviews: Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man #9

This issue draws to a close the story of Jefferson Davis, Miles’ father and his history with the hidden world of the Ultimate Marvel Universe. Miles's father who spent a few months out of the narrative after finding out that ...
by Cameron Crump
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Tales From The Water Cooler #193

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 guy...
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