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Image Reveals Manifest Destiny #7 Variant Cover by Marc Silvestri and Todd McFarlane

Image is pleased to reveal a variant cover featuring art by Marc Silvestri, inked by Todd McFarlane and colored by series colorist Owen Gieni… 91 more words


The Secret Power of Political Myths

Rome was founded by twin boys named Romulus and Remus, who were suckled by a she-wolf. Germans were descended from demigods who had once inhabited… 449 more words

Human Nature

Manifest Destiny #6 - Review

By: Chris Dingess (writer), Matthew Roberts (art), Owen Gieni (colors) and Pat Brosseau (letters)

The Story: The resolution of the Plant Zombie storyline.

Review (with SPOILERS):  666 more words


The American western Frontier

What factors encouraged American settlers to the West in the mid-Nineteenth Century?

The West and the Frontier has significant meaning to the United States and the continent of North America. 2,177 more words


Manifest Destiny 6

Today, Drew and Greg are discussing Manifest Destiny 6, originally released April 9th, 2014.

Hell is a terrible place. Maggots are your sheet, worms your blanket, there’s a lake of fire burning with sulfur.

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Alternating Current

Manifest Destiny 6 (April 2014)

It’s a decent issue with some great art sequences from Roberts–the explorers are fighting plant zombie wildlife after all–but it moves too fast. Dingess seems too concerned with keeping things moving and keeping to his narration structure to really relax and enjoy. 130 more words


Philippe Couillard, Quebec's Premier


Blogging has not been possible for several weeks, due to debacles leading to paralyzing fatigue. But there has also been a miracle. Last week I was in Montreal shopping for a condominium. 1,361 more words