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Comic Review: Jennifer the She-Wolf by Cruz, Simon, Ruiz, Medina

I was contacted by the writer of this comic in hopes of a review and potential interview. I received an ARC from the writer.  As I am more than willing to help out Indie Authors/Artists, I agreed, but felt I had to remain honest, as that is the point of this blog. 171 more words

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Batman: Under The Red Hood Review

“You. I’ll be you. The you you’re supposed to be. If you had killed Joker years ago, beyond what happened to me…you know what hell you would have saved this world. 767 more words

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Comic Book Review: Sun Dragon’s Song #2 by Joyce Chng and Kim Miranda

Disclaimer: I received a free e-copy of this comic in exchange for my open and honest review.

YES! I was so happy when I heard Sun Dragon’s Song #2 released on NetGalley. 487 more words

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We Stand on Guard - Brian K. Vaughan, Steve Skroce

We Stand on Guard is a snapshot of a war between Canada and the United States. When I say snapshot, I really mean a very small sliver of a much bigger story. 179 more words

Thwip! Reviews - Lucifer #14

First of all, WHY IS THERE CLEARLY A WINDOW IN THE HOUSE OF WINDOWLESS ROOMS?

I picked up this issue because this is supposed to be Richard Kadrey’s jump onto the Lucifer brand since I enjoy his “Sandman Slim” series (seriously, go check it out if you like hard-boiled supernatural noir stories) and wanted to see what he could do with Lucifer and Mazikeen and the gang. 142 more words

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Comic Review: We Can Never Go Home

I picked this up because of the cover. Anything with a cassette tape on the front to remind me of the days when that’s how I collected and listened to music will attract me. 241 more words

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Thwip! Reviews - U.S.Avengers #02

This issue showed the reason why I have faith in Al Ewing.

This is fast becoming a fun little story that is just running with its tongue firmly in cheek. 201 more words

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