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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

Comics

Batman 44: Discussion

by Mark Mitchell and Taylor Anderson

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

Mark: Comic book characters locked into perpetual monthly stories can never really change; someone like Batman is an archtype unto himself, and if you mess with that alchemy too much, you threaten to change what Batman is. 1,379 more words

Taylor Anderson

REVIEW: The Wicked + The Divine: Commercial Suicide

This volume was all about backstory for several of the gods, including Tara who up until this volume has been only mentioned by the others. 197 more words

Book Blogging

Short Cuts 27: Black Science Vol. 5 - True Atonement ; The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 5 - Imperial Phase Part 1; Morning Glories Vol.10 - Expulsion; Bitch Planet Vol. 2 - President Bitch 

Black Science Vol. 5: True Atonement
Rick Remender, writer; Matteo Scalera, artist; Moreno Dinisio, colors
Image Comics, 2016

Scientist Grant McKay spent the previous volume getting himself back together, finally resolving to reunite his scattered family from all over the Multiverse. 1,109 more words

Image Comics

Image Comics: Magical romance MOONSTRUCK, VOL. 1 will charm readers of all ages this March

Image Comics: Magical romance MOONSTRUCK, VOL. 1 will charm readers of all ages this March

By Briah Skelly

Lumberjanes creator Grace Ellis and debut artist Shae Beagle, with editor Laurenn McCubbin, colorist Caitlin Quirk, letterer Clayton Cowles, and story-within-a-story artist Kate Leth, will release the first paperback volume of MOONSTRUCK, collecting the first five issues of the all-ages fantasy series, this March from Image Comics. 346 more words

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The Wicked + The Divine: Volumes Four + Five

The Wicked + The Divine has been a challenge for me to read for the series seems to have a fantastic idea, but an incomplete follow through. 446 more words

The Wicked + The Divine - Commercial Suicide (Volume #3) REVIEW

Commercial Suicide by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matt Wilson and Clayton Cowles

Published February 9th 2016

Genre: Fantasy Graphic Novel

Pages: 200

Source: Borrowed it… 247 more words

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