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Mini Reviews For The Week Ending 7/23

Sometimes, the staff at Graphic Policy read more comics than we’re able to get reviewed. When that happens you’ll see a weekly feature compiling short reviews from the staff of the comics, or graphic novels, we just didn’t get a chance to write a full review for. 1,445 more words

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Review: Weird Detective #2

Det. Sebastian Greene is on the case to capture the Lovecraftian monster leaving the empty skins of human victims all over New York City and uncover its connection to a blasphemous crime family. 198 more words

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Review: Dept. H #4

With time running out, Mia launches a final, desperate attempt to rescue her brother. But the mission is endangered as soon as it begins when the crew encounters the dangers of the ocean floor: earthquakes, lava, and the creatures that lurk in the deep. 162 more words

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Review: House of Penance #4

The chaotic construction is no longer enough to keep Sarah’s ghosts at bay, so she tries something more extreme to ease her conscience. Peck’s nightmares are growing worse, too. 165 more words

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Review: Black Hammer #1

A new story from the prodigious brain of Jeff Lemire, amazingly realized by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart!

Once they were heroes, but that age has long since passed. 261 more words

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Review: Prometheus: Life and Death #2

The Engineer’s ship finally makes planetfall, and the Colonial Marine stowaways find themselves on a world even more deadly than the one they left behind! 176 more words

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I Wonder What Brain Tastes Like: Weird Detective #2

It’s here, after a month of waiting, Weird Detective Issue #2 is out and oh boy is it a treat. In this 2nd issue, we learn a little more about what exactly Detective Sebastian Greene is able, and willing, to do.  514 more words

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