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THE PURGE! Part the Third: Why I Hate Comics

So the Great Funnybook Purge continues here on the Nerd Farm, and it’s taking far far longer than I thought it would. For one thing, my plan of using a seven-year-old Overstreet guide and E-Bay in combination to figure out prices is turning out to be way more time-consuming than I thought it would be. 893 more words

Funnybooks

Still Making the Wrong Choices, I Sit Down and Write About Comic Books Again

San Diego Comic Con happened recently. I remember reading the reports out of it, but none of it stuck. I’m sure some nice comics, movies, or something or other will be coming towards people. 709 more words

Comics

Velvet 6 (July 2014)

Brubaker starts Velvet’s second arc and it’s just as clear as with the first one, there’s something just a little off about it. Epting doesn’t get much opportunity for the period piece stuff this issue either, which is too bad. 143 more words

Preview: Velvet #6

Velvet #6

Story By: Ed Brubaker
Art By: Steve Epting
Cover By: Steve Epting
Cover Price: $3.50
Digital Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: APR140614
Published: July 23, 2014… 79 more words

Comics

Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1 Cuts Across the Marvel Universe This October!

This October, go intergalactic as the super-soldier spy takes on a new mission in Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1, the all-new ongoing series exploding into comic shops this October from rising comic stars… 147 more words

Comics

Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1

 Following the tragedy of Original Sin, what becomes of Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier? Find out in this new ongoing series..

BUCKY BARNES: THE WINTER SOLDIER #1…

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Review - Velvet, Volume 1: Before the Living End by Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting

Besides her most recent incarnation in Skyfall, the Miss Moneypenny who has existed in more than 60 years of James Bond continuity has been entirely deskbound; a pining secretary, who absorbed 007’s innuendo and traded witticisms with the licensed-to-kill agent. 574 more words

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