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Comic Book Review: Dark Fang #1

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Ever wonder what it would be like if you were a vampire that wanted to save the environment? What if your dress was a jellyfish ? If you answered yes to these two questions then Dark Fang is for you! Sink your teeth into the environment!..I’ll see myself out. Dark Fang follows Valla, a vampire from hundreds of years ago …

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Comic Book Review: No. 1 With a Bullet

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I don’t really have a witty opening and I’m still recovering from Halloween…so here is No. 1 With a Bullet. No. 1 With a Bullet follows Nash, she “works” as an unpaid intern at a big news, Nash is given essentially busy work: Getting coffee, dropping off Jad Davies sons school books, because intern labor doesn’t happen without Jad Davies …

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KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE Tie-In Comic Coming from Image

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Image Comics is pleased to reveal the highly-anticipated THE SECRET SERVICE: KINGSMAN limited edition Fox movie tie-in cover for the critically-acclaimed comic book series by Kick-Ass writer Mark Millar and Watchmen’s Dave Gibbons. THE SECRET SERVICE: KINGSMAN trade paperback collects issues #1-6. Now a Hollywood blockbuster starring Colin Firth and Taron Egerton, and directed by Matthew Vaughn, KINGSMAN reinvents the spy genre for …

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FIVE FISTS OF SCIENCE – Coming This September!

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Matt Fraction (SEX CRIMINALS, SOLID STATE) and artist Steven Sanders (THROWAWAYS, Our Love is Real) will release a new paperback edition of FIVE FISTS OF SCIENCE this September. True story: in 1899, Mark Twain and Nikola Tesla decided to end war forever by joining forces to rid the world of evil. With Twain’s connections and Tesla’s inventions, they went into business …

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PORT OF EARTH Coming this Fall from Image

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Fan-favorite writer Zack Kaplan (ECLIPSE) teams up with all-star artist Andrea Mutti (Rebels, Prometheus) for a gritty new science fiction series, PORT OF EARTH, coming this November from Image Comics and Top Cow Productions. Aliens have come to Earth, not in war or peace, but with a business deal: open up a spaceport here on Earth in exchange for advanced technology. …

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COMIC REVIEW: Extremity #1

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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 Book Review: Rock Candy Mountain #1

In Comic Books, Image, REVIEW by Regan Lorie3 Comments

References to and versions of the old classic folk tune “Big Rock Candy Mountain” have surfaced in many forms over the decades. Many of us grew up on sanitized versions of the song, the “cigarette trees” and “alcohol springs” of the hobo heaven depicted in its lyrics revised into kid-friendly “peppermint trees” and “lemonade streams.” Anne Hathaway made me love …

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Comic Book Review: Extremity #1

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Blood, guts, destruction, evil destructive power, more blood and guts. Is there any restrictions on what Image will not allow to slip through the cracks? Well, I’m glad they don’t yet because Extremity #1 is another book that Image comics fans can add to their pull! Thea, is her tribes greatest artist…or was until they were attacked by a Tribe …

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Comic Book Review: Loose Ends #1

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Lately, Image Comics seems very into the Dirty South; they’ve been cranking out the gritty, dusty, Southern Gothic tales left and right with a vengeance. And I’m here for that 100%, especially if it’s a good old-fashioned lovers-on-the-run-plus-guns type of story. The latest of these high-quality offerings is the Jason Latour-penned/Chris Brunner-illustrated crime story Loose Ends, which moseys its way …