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Preview: The All-New Ultimates #5

-It’s a battle royale when the new Teenage Ultimates face off against the most dangerous supergangs on the street!

-Will the bloodthirsty vigilante, Scourge, take everyone in a costume down, be it street punk or good guy? 78 more words

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REVIEW: Winter Soldier: Bitter March 5

Former sidekick Bucky is getting a lot more attention, especially since the Winter Soldier movie came out (and was done so amazingly well). This is the finale of the espionage/thriller tale set in the 60′s. 442 more words

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REVIEW: Black Widow 8

This another stand alone issue, something I’ve been enjoying about the book. It works well for an espionage/thriller type of story, and that’s what a lot of this has been. 454 more words

Marvel

Preview: 100th Anniversary Spider-Man #1

-In the future 2061 The Kingpin has taken control of his ultra-powerful techno-symbiote suit.

-Now that one of the most powerful weapons is in the hands of one of Spider-Man’s most powerful enemies, Spider-Man will have to prove once again why he’s the greatest superhero in the world! 60 more words

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Review: "Ultimate Comics Captain America"

“…we do what we can. For the greater good.”

Writer Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney (along with colorists Jason Keith, Jim Charalamidis, and Matt Milla) construct a Captain America story set in the Ultimate Marvel universe that explores the meaning of Cap and the country he fights and believes in with all his heart. 941 more words

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Getting Ready For The Wicked + The Divine Album Drop With Kieron Gillen

Originally published on Bleeding Cool

By David Dissanayake

Kieron GillenJamie McKelvieMatt Wilson, and Clayton Cowles are following their run onYoung Avengers… 2,294 more words

The Wicked + The Divine 1

Today, Spencer and Patrick are discussing The Wicked + The Divine 1, originally released June 18th, 2014.

Spencer: There’s a reason they call pop stars “idols.” I’ve been to concerts that were essentially religious experiences to many in the crowd; whether it’s their larger than life style or the way they can connect with their listeners, pop stars (as well as many other musicians and celebrities) have, unintentionally or not, set themselves up as a new pantheon of modern-day deities. 1,507 more words

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