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Top Comics (this week)

In Comic Books by Thom Williams0 Comments

Cable and X-Force Writer- Dennis Hopeless Pencils- Salvador Larroca This issue definitely lacks all of the action that the previous issues have seen, but it makes up for it getting a little more in-depth with one of the series’ characters. In this issue, that character is Colossus. Taking a page from Speedball/ Penance after the events of Civil War, Colossus …

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Inverse Press’s Roadkill Du Jour

In Comic Books by Bub Smith0 Comments

If I’ve said it once I’ll say it a million times: I fucking love Kickstarter! So many damn talented people out there that have something real to offer with no way to make it happen. Now I know for every great thing on KS, there’s the 100 that suck, but Kevin LaPorte is a comic writer that has voice that …

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Nic Cage talks about Superman Lives!

In Comic Books, Movies by Thom Williams1 Comment

Recently, Nicolas Cage talked with MTV’s Splash Page about his involvement with playing Superman on the big screen in Tim Burton’s Superman Lives. We’ve talked about this on the site on several occasions, even interviewing the director of the upcoming documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?, Jon Schnepp. But this is the first time in a long time …

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Hellboy In Hell #4 Review

In Comic Books by Nik Smith0 Comments

Most of the comics this year have had there highs and lows. Hellboy In Hell is one of the comics in my opinion that has been consistently good. These past four issues feel like one big set up for the Hellboy comics too come. So far there has been little need to know the anything of the other comics. There …

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: SEVEN PERCENT #1

In Comic Books by Thom Williams0 Comments

It’s very rare that I read a comic and find beauty in heads exploding and bodies being torn apart by gunfire, then I was introduced to Seven Percent. Not only is the art incredibly detailed during action sequences, but it also has the most jaw-dropping metropolitan landscapes I’ve seen in a long time. The art is handled with impeccable detail …