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Review- Ghost #8

Ghost #8 is not only the conclusion of the second arc, but also sets things for upcoming issues. One of the things I have loved about the series is its main theme: the search of identity. 300 more words

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You gotta be f--king kidding - The Thing from Another World

I know you gentlemen have been through a lot, but when you find the time, I’d rather not spend the rest of this winter TIED TO THIS F–KING COUCH! 1,187 more words

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Comic Releases - 1st October 2014

Sick of trawling the internet trying to find out what comics are on sale this week? Well, trawl no longer! To help you guys out, here are all the releases from your favourite publishers that are set to hit the shelves this coming Wednesday 1st October 2014! 616 more words

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Episode 56 - September Comics

Episode 56 – September Comics

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Pick #1 – Futures End: Booster Gold #1 (one shot)

Publisher: DC comics

Art: Dan Jurgens and 10 other artist… 137 more words

Podcast

First look--Predator: Fire and Stone

A universe of terror drawn to one world.  As the Perses begins her long journey home, a deadly stowaway forces the crew into a savage conflict.  130 more words

Comics & Books

PREVIEW - Predator: Fire and Stone #1 (Dark Horse Comics)

Dark Horse Comics have just released an exclusive preview of the first issue of their upcoming series Predator: Fire and Stone.

The series will be part of their new Prometheus shared universe, and given how impressive the first two offerings in the “Fire and Stone” saga have been (check out our reviews below), not to mention the fact that the creative team are two long-time BCP favourites, we definitely have high hopes for this one here at the Big Comic Page. 190 more words

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CRIME DOES NOT PAY ARCHIVES VOL. 8 Review: Hard Lessons Uncensored

Well before the Comics Code Authority was established, comic book publishers in the 1940s were already partly in the business of censoring themselves. When the heroes at… 1,108 more words

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