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Clark Kent Undergoes "Kryptonite Chemotherapy" in the Excellent 'Superman' #48

I have had a love/hate relationship with Superman comics since DC Comics dropped the “New 52” branding last summer. Superman #40 (the last issue of  773 more words


Batgirl, Vol 1: The Darkest Reflection

Spoilers ahead! Sorry! I didn’t feel like separating out the spoilers. Basically, I liked it just a teensy bit less than Batgirl in Burnside but will continue to read this series. 367 more words

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Review: Batman/Superman #26

Superman enlists the help of Batgirl, Redhood, Dick Grayson, and Batman to protect a group of people forced to mine uranium for Vandal Savage. As the story unfold, Vandal’s intentions become more clear and more treacherous. 313 more words


Preview: Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 TP

Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 TP

writer: Tony Lee
artist: Aneke
cover: Ardian Syaf
FC • 112 pages • $15.99 • Teen+

New York Times bestselling author Tony Lee reimagines the classic Battlestar Galactica concept and characters with a Victorian aesthetic and Industrial Age metalworks!  134 more words


Preview: Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files Omnibus Vol.1

Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files Omnibus Vol.1

Jim Butcher, Mark Powers (w)
Ardian Syaf, Chase Conley, Brett Booth (a)
Brett Booth (c)
FC • 534 pages • $39.99 • Teen+ 133 more words


Book Review: Batgirl Volume 1 & 2 (New 52 Series)

Title: Batgirl Volume 1 & 2 (new 52 series)

Authors: Gail Simone, Ardian Syaf (Illustrator), Vicente Cifuentes (Illustrator)

Genre: Comic/Graphic Novel, Superhero

‘Tonight, I’m not the Police Commissioner’s daughter… Tonight, I’m Batgirl.’ 412 more words


Preview: Battlestar Galactica: Six #5

Battlestar Galactica: Six #5

J. T. Krull (w)
Rod Rodolfo (a)
Jenny Frison, Rod Rodolfo (c)
Fans & retailers, order the cover of your choice! 150 more words