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ISP: For the Week of 19/06/13

In which your erstwhile cartoonist talks about recent comics. Sonic Saga Series :Vol 3 -Eggman Empire (Archie) by Flynn/Yardley!/Amash/Others   Spoilers for a comic from 2007 I’m going to let you guys in on something. It’s going to rock your world, unless you already know me, or have followed me on the internet in any capacity for any length of time: I


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ISP: For the Week of 25/05/13

In which your erstwhile cartoonist talks about recent comics. Welcome! To “In Stores POW!”, a semi- weekly feature in which I plan to exposit on something that’s been released in comic shops during the week. Some reviews. Some recommendations. Some pointless whining. Wherever the wind take me. (“POW” is both a comic book sound effect, and part of my name.


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Andrew Reviews the DCnU!

     I have a history of being a Marvel guy. I’ve never taken some hard stance in the imaginary war, but DC comics has never quite been my bag, other than the occasional exception. But with DC’s recent decision to hit the big red “reset” button and relaunch EVERY series at #1, they’re clearly making a big push to try and


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Best Comics of 2009!

Hey guys! It’s Julie! So I’ve made an early New Year’s resolution to blog more. I have this forum to express myself, and I shouldn’t really let it go to waste. So it seemed like a good idea to start with something easy. Here at the end of the year, I thought I’d share a list of my favorite comic


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Koala Hat Covers

Koala Hat Covers Had to make mention of this: Marvel is printing out some cool variant covers for they’re 70th anniversary, using the old “character frame” concept from a similar promotion many years ago. These alts are a simple shot of a major character on a white background, surrounded by this border of big Marvel heroes. And who’s on this new frame


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The Gravity Well

I’d stopped bothering with “Avengers: The Initiative” a little while ago. I’d been reading my roommates issues, but I got kind of bored. I liked seeing all those characters that go unused pop up in the series. What I didn’t like was how they all became somewhat homogenized being part of this big military operation. Worst off was a personal favorite of


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