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Review: 'Critical Hit' #1 is a Knockout

With Critical Hit, writer Matt Miner returns to the world he created in his Kickstarter-funded series Liberator and its sequel, Salvation of the Innocents… 434 more words

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Preview: Critical Hit #1 (of 4)

Critical Hit #1 (of 4)

Written by: Matt Miner
Art by: Jonathan Brandon Sawyer
Colors by: Doug Garbark
Letters by: Crank!
Cover A: Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, with K. 99 more words

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C.O.W.L. 5 (September 2014)

It’s a decent enough issue–with Reis doing a lengthy Sienkiewicz-inspired action sequence–but it’s a little light.

C.O.W.L. is a hard-sell, which makes writers Higgins and Siegel’s accomplishments more significant, because it’s a comic book about a labor union and union politics and union negotiating. 131 more words

C.O.W.L. 5

Today, Drew and Spencer are discussing C.O.W.L. 5, originally released September 24th, 2014.

Drew: Organization is a fundamental element of life. Our genes organize to create cells, our cells organize to create organs, and our organs organize to create living, breathing people. 2,073 more words

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Preview: C.O.W.L. #5

C.O.W.L. #5

Story By: Kyle Higgins
Story By: Alec Siegel
Art By: Rod Reis
Cover By: Trevor McCarthy
Cover Price: $3.50
Digital Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: JUL140538… 78 more words

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ADVANCE REVIEW: C.O.W.L. #5

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on September 23, 2014.

C.O.W.L. reminds me of season two of The Wire in a lot of ways. That’s probably one of the nicest things I’ll say all year. 665 more words

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C.O.W.L. 4 (August 2014)

Stéphane Perger joins Reis on the art this issue; their styles compliment one another, but are still distinct. The art is both more stylized and emotive over all and it helps the issue immensely. 165 more words

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