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COMIC REVIEW: Bane: Conquest #1

Out today is the first installment of Bane: Conquest, issue one in a twelve part series, written by Chuck Dixon (Robin, Detective Comics) with art by Graham Nolan (Hawkworld, Power of the Atom). The legendary team that have worked together to release dozens of hit titles across the comic world, come back to write another chapter of one of their greatest …

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COMIC REVIEW: Extremity #1

Extremity #1, from Skybound by Image Comics is a Sci-fi tragedy is created, written and illustrated by Daniel Warren Johnson (Space Mullet). With some additional help with coloring from Michael Spicer (Horizon) with the perfect palette. In a world of futuristic space vikings, war becomes a means of survival. It’s a classic tale of royal revenge, that’s been completely spun into …

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COMIC REVIEW: Grass Kings #1

Out tomorrow is Grass Kings from Boom! Studios, written by Matt Kindt (Ether) and illustrated by Tyler Jenkins (Snow Blind). The pair also created the series that is lettered by Jim Campbell (Giant Days). The team builds a picture of a town closed off to the rest of the world, where the land was fought for. The people protect it, …

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COMIC REVIEW: Savage Things #1

Out today from Vertigo and DC Comics is Savage Things #1. Writer Justin Jordan (The Legacy of Luther Strode) tells the brutal tale. While artist Ibrahim Moustafa (High Crimes) illustrates the new eight-issue miniseries. Colored by Jordan Boyd (Deadly Class) and lettered by Josh Reed. This is both gruesome and intriguing with twist and turns that will hook you into wanting …

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COMIC REVIEW: The Dregs #2

Out on Wednesday March 1st. Nadler and Thompson kick paranoia into high gear with, The Dregs #2, from Black Mask Studios. With the dastardly duo of Lonnie Nadler and Zac Thompson writing the ongoing nightmare that is Arnold’s life. Eric Zawadzki (Headspace) and Dee Cunniffe (Revival) continue to supply the art for the series. With Arnold having just OD’d and been …

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COMICS REVIEW: Quantum Teens Are Go #1

In case you missed it, out this week from Black Mask Studios is Quantum Teens Are Go! From the writer Magdalene Visaggio (Kim & Kim) and illustrated by Eryk Donovan (Constantine, Memetic).  Colorist Claudia Aguirre joins Visaggio again (Kim & Kim) in their second Black Mask series. This one stars two teens who love science, danger, and stealing experimental quantum …

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COMIC REVIEW: Jim Henson’s The Power of the Dark Crystal #1

Out tomorrow from Archaia and published by Boom! Studios from legendary Jim Henson, It’s The Power of the Dark Crystal #1, the first of twelve from writer Simon Spurrier (Crossed). Illustrated by Kelly and Nichole Matthews (Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy), and lettered by Jim Campbell (MMPR, WWE). This comic takes place 100 years after the film The Dark Crystal and is a direct sequel. …

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COMIC REVIEW: Super Sons #1

Out today from DC is Super Sons #1, featuring everyone’s favorite Justice League Junior’s, Damian Wayne and Jonathon Kent. Story and words by Peter J. Tomasi (Superman), illustrated by Jorge Jimenez (Earth 2: Society). With colors done by Alejandro Sanchez (Injustice: Gods Among Us) and letters by Rob Leigh (Jonah Hex). [SPOILERS AHEAD] This issue begins with a prologue where …

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COMIC REVIEW: Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #12

Out today is Saban’s, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #12 from Boom! Studios. Written by Kyle Higgans (Hadrian’s Wall) and letters done by Ed Dukeshire (SOA: Redwood Original). Illustrations by Hendry Prasetya (Star Trek) with colors by Matt Herms (Sonic Universe). Including the usual short starring everyone’s favorite Bulk & Skull, written by Steve Orlando (Midnighter & Apollo). Art by Corin Howell (X-Files) …

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COMIC REVIEW: Assassin’s Creed: Reflections #1

On sale March 8th from Titan Comics is Assassin’s Creed Reflections. The brand-new comic book series, features four stand-alone adventures starring assassins from the Ubisoft video game franchise Assassin’s Creed. Starting off the series with Ezio  from Assassin’s Creed II, and including many others. Written by Eisner-nominated Ian Edginton (Last Descendants) and illustrated by Valeria Favoccia (Assassin’s Creed Uprising), Reflections goes beyond the the main story lines of the video game, with …