Britannia #1 – The World’s First Detective Challenges Peter Milligan & Juan Jose Ryp in September!

Well this looks interesting: On the fringes of civilization, the world’s first detective is about to make an unholy discovery… Valiant has released a first fully lettered look inside Britannia #1 – the FIRST ISSUE of the all-n… Check out the rest over at Graphic Policy: Britannia #1 – The World's First Detective Challenges Peter …

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A Familiar Face Returns In A New Series: Old Man Logan

Next month, another Wolverine will return in a solo series. Unlike the well received  All-New Wolverine, however, the new series will feature a much older version of Wolverine, Old Man Logan, when his eponymous series debuts late next month. I really enjoyed the original Old Man Logan story in 2008, and the Secret Wars tie  in was also solid. …

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Devil Dinosaur Returns!

First appearing in 1978's Devil Dinosaur #1, Devil Dinosaur was created by the great Jack Kirby, the character has fallen out of the public eye of late. That's probably going to change this month as Marvel gear up to release Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 this month. The idea of a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex with human level intelligence is …

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All New Wolverine Brings A New Wolverine

The second article posted to this blog was about why Wolverine should stay dead. Even though for decades he has been one of my favourite characters, he was seemingly everywhere for so long that people were beginning to suffer Wolverine  Burn Out. Although it was time for Wolverine to die for a little bit, the void left …

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A Terrible Time Calls For Some Terrible X-Men

I have always been a fan of seeing a villain reform in fiction. Watching a character try to atone for their prior sins and crimes has always interested me. It's one of the reasons I loved Mark Waid's Incorruptible with it's tale of the world's worst super villain reforming to combat the world's greatest hero …

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Spider-Man Goes Back To Basics

Once the dust settles on the All New, All Different relaunch there will be at least two solo Spider-Man comics featuring Peter Parker out there. One puts Peter in the role of an international play boy who travels the world with his company and Spidery bodyguard. The other focuses on his teenage adventures, going back to …

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