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Azzarello & Risso Series—Moonshine—Collected into Trade Paperback this May

From writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso—the Eisner Award-winning creative team behind the crime classic, 100 Bullets—comes volumer one of a brutal new series that puts a horror twist on a classic gangster tale, … 132 more words


Binge & Purge: Getting Out From Under the Funnybook Backlog

So every once in a while, I let comics pile up. This happens to every serious monthly funnybook addict sometimes. You don’t get around to a new issue the week it comes out, and for one reason or another it sits in the “to read” pile, getting shifted behind the newer stuff, until the next one is released. 2,752 more words


Moonshine 4

Today, Patrick and Drew are discussing Moonshine 4, originally released January 11th, 2017. As always, this article contains SPOILERS.

“How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot!

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Tread Perilously -- Arrow: The Huntress Returns

Tread Perilously makes its way to Starling City for a visit with Arrow and the Huntress.

While Oliver Queen is still getting used to dating a police officer, the Huntress returns to kill her mob boss father once and for all. 165 more words


Batman: The Killing Joke Review

Reviewed by John Hussey

Without a doubt this DC tale changed the foundation of not only Batman’s mythology, but also that of the comic book industry in general. 1,836 more words


100 Bullets by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso

Reviewing a comic book series that has been around for well over a decade and already been garnered with more awards than your proverbial Oscar ceremony seems like something of a fool’s errand but there is something deeply compelling and addictive about Azzerello/Risso’s sprawling crime series… 752 more words

Review: Dark Knight III: The Master Race #7

A delay hasn’t helped this series who has relied on a fast pace to really keep the reader engaged and interested. Dark Knight III: The Master Race #7… 451 more words