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BATMAN: EUROPA #4

“WHEN IN ROME” -9/10

Well that was quite the finale! Europa was an ambitious project that incorporated the work of four artists and the backdrop of four great cities to tell the story of two mortal enemies forced into an uneasy union. 846 more words

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DC Comics Shows off Dark Knight III #3 Variants

The third issue of the upcoming Dark Knight III introduces Quar, the renegade fanatic priest of Kandor. Unwittingly freed and restored to normal size by Ray Palmer, Quar and his acolytes stake their claim to the planet Earth and demand nothing less than absolute obedience from the human race! 157 more words

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BATMAN: EUROPA #3

“WE’LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS” – 6.5/10.

Europa has proven to be a fascinating mini-series so far, both in terms of the narrative and the art work. 724 more words

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American Monster #1 (Aftershock)

Rating: 3.5/5 – Well Done Stories About Completely Unlikable Characters.
By ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas.

Aftershock Comics has to be commended on their initial launch lineup. 362 more words

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Review: American Monster #1

In a small Midwestern town, a large man with a horribly scarred face gets off a bus, and takes a room. He spooks the locals–nobody knows him–or do they? 499 more words

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Review: "Wonder Woman Volume 1: Blood" by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang

A review by Courtney.

Wonder Woman has long been one of my favorite characters and I was extremely excited to read her in comic book form to see if she was as amazing of a character in book form as I had built her up in my head to be. 418 more words

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