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REVIEW: Avengers #1

Jason Aaron delivers a classic Avengers feel mixed with high stakes that only Earth's Mightiest Heroes can possibly handle.
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REVIEW: Fence #5

Their coach wants to build up their confidence and Nicholas is certainly opened up for it where someone
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REVIEW: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #26

We’re also getting a chance to see Drakkon take reigns over new territory and this will only help
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ButWhyTho Follow-Up: Matt Frank

Kate and Matt sat down with the King of Kaiju himself, comic book artist Matt Frank to talk all things Godzilla and kaiju.
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REVIEW: Prism Stalker #2

All of them trapped as slaves as they continue to work towards a goal of being with their
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REVIEW: Usagi Yojimbo #166- “The Hidden”

In an age in which lords engage in civil war almost constantly, fighting to build power or gain land, danger lurks for those on the outside of society.
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REVIEW: Witchblade #4

We get a small bit of her story in her much younger days and it seems to be truly
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REVIEW: X-Men Blue #23

This book mixes interesting plot and great artistic prowess to deliver what feels like a classic X-Men tale with a modern look
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REVIEW: Bonehead #3

This gang that the Tyrant runs so far isn’t shown what their goals are or if they’re someone
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REVIEW: The Spider King #1

Hrolf as a king starts very young and you can see that his inexperience has led him
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