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The Symbiote Stands for Addiction in Venom 2

by Ryan Desaulniers

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

If you have never been addicted, you can have no clear idea what it means to need junk with the addict’s special need.

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Marvel

DC REVEALS TOM KING AND CLAY MANN’S TOP SECRET PROJECT, SANCTUARY, AS “HEROES IN CRISIS”

There’s a crisis headed toward DC’s greatest heroes, but it isn’t coming from outer space or another dimension—this time, the threat is homegrown. DC proudly presents a new seven-issue miniseries debuting in September by Tom King and his BATMAN collaborator/artist Clay Mann, titled HEROES IN CRISIS. 397 more words

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A Reveal as a Punchline in Batman 48

by Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

Last time Tom King and Mikel Janin put out a Joker story — in “The War of Jokes and Riddles” — the Clown Prince of Crime wasn’t exactly himself.  587 more words

Spencer Irwin

The Difference Between Mayoral Action and Superhero Action in Daredevil 602

By Patrick Ehlers

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

“New York City’s uniformed protectors are under attack by the Hand.” It’s a straightforward premise, one with both obvious drama and an obvious solution: superheroes fight the ninjas. 459 more words

Patrick Ehlers

Setting a Mood in Venom 1

by Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

First issues have a lot to do, and  895 more words

Spencer Irwin

Short Cuts 30: Deadly Class Vol. 6 - This Is Not The End; Saga Volume 8; Seven To Eternity Vol. 2 - Ballad Of Betrayal; The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 6 - Imperial Phase, Part 2 

Deadly Class Vol. 6: This Is Not The End
Rick Remender, writer; Wes Craig, artist; Jordan Boyd, colorist
Image Comics, 2017

This collection opens with an issue devoted to Saya, last seen thrown off a rooftop and presumed dead. 778 more words

Image Comics

Domino!

Domino has always been a supporting X-Men character, but had the potential to be an A-lister. Her power isn’t that sexy (though she is) but she’s not meant to going up against cosmic bad guys either. 141 more words

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