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Comic Book Review: The Shield #1

1776 was the Revolutionary War! Where ‘Merica claimed it’s independence from Great Britain, go ‘Merica! But enough about how patriotic we can get, lets go look at The Shield #1. We open up with our hero The Shield assisting in the Revolutionary War of 1776 and attacking some British soldiers….but she dies, and that’s the end of the book! Just …

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Comic Book Review: The Hangman #1

What do you get when you cross an urban legend with reality? Hangman. At first glance, I wasn’t sure what I would be getting myself into, however, after reading the first issue by Dark Circle Comics, I am pleasantly surprised.  The artwork, although very good, is nothing new; dark and gritty  like many others out now.  I found the story …

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Comic Book Review: The Fox #3

See look, I was in Vegas and now that I’m back…I have to do this…stop making me do things… The Fox #3 leaves off with Paul (The Fox) searching for his son Shinji (The Ghost Fox) within the twenty four hours (it’s weird that one month is 24 hours in comic book time.) As he’s searching he talks with his …

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Comic Book Review: The Fox #2

Yeah know what I don’t like about being a super hero? It’s the fact that I’m not a super hero….but you know what I do like? The Fox. We open up with The Fox and son are being held hostage in a bank as it’s being robbed. But a regular bank robbery soon turns out to be an action packed …

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Free Comic Book Day! Complete List!

Duff here… Hope everyone can make it out to Free Comic Book Day; it’s such a great event. Bub and Jay will be parked at Green Brain Comics in Dearborn and would like nothing more to meet you, give you free stuff, and give you a hug. Well, here’s the list of all the fantastic goodies you can get for …

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Black Hood #3 Out Today!

Duff here… Black Hood is like stepping into a Charles Bronson film, written by John Milius, and directed by Sam Peckinpah. It’s gritty, violent and boiling over with testosterone. Duane Swierczynski’s script is ballsy and the art of Michael Gaydos, Rachel Deering, Kelly Fitzpatrick echo’s the mean streets of Taxi Driver with a detail to realism not see enough. This …