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Dial H Volume 1 Into You Review


I remember reading the classic Dial H comics back in the day. It was definitely a pretty neat concept about how a phone dial could let the kid turn into many different superheroes. 1,175 more words

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Dial H: A Graphic Novel Review.

I’ve long been a fan of China Miéville’s work. Not that it’s always easy to read, mind you. Long, convoluted plot lines, outlined in jagged paragraphs, with incredible characters in mind-blowing circumstances and made-up worlds. 423 more words

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Weekly Recommendations

Books released Wednesday 13th of May 2015

Wondering what to pick up this week when you head to the comic book store? we here at Inter-Comics have got you covered. 265 more words

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Weekly Recommendations

Books released Wednesday 5th of May 2015

Wondering what to pick up this week when you head to the comic book store? we here at Inter-Comics have got you covered. 306 more words

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Review: Dial H, Vol. 1: Into You by China Miéville

Dial H, Vol. 1: Into You by China Miéville

My rating: 2 of 5 stars


WhatTheFuckWasThis?!

I’ve never read any of the older Dial H stuff, so I went into this with no preconceived notions as to what it was about. 397 more words

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#CBR6 Review #20: Dial H, Vol. 2

Target: China Miéville’s Dial H, Vol. 2: Exchange. Art by Alberto Ponticelli, David Lapham and Dan Green.  Collecting issues #7-15 and Justice League issue #23.3… 738 more words

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Unique Power Sets and Superhuman "Copyright".

Anyone want to listen to me complain more about super heroes? No? Bah, too bad.

Part of the draw of super heroes involves their uniqueness, e.g. 1,028 more words

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