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January Comic Binge! Fullmetal Alchemist, The Mortal Instruments and Lazarus

Hi there! Welcome to a new segment on Bitchin’ Fiction – comic weekends. Because I have a shameful lot of comics and graphic novels on my shelf on the first weekend of every month I’ll try to binge read as many as I can. 842 more words

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Monday Musing: Batwoman

I mentioned last week that I started reading the Batwoman comic books beginning with the story that began in Detective Comics #854 : Elegy. This story was the introduction of the new Batwoman, Kate Kane. 109 more words

Best of 2017: Best Writers

In such a collaborative medium as comics, it can be difficult to say where a writer’s influence on the story ends, but there’s no question on where it begins: words on the page. 1,599 more words

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Review: Smuggler's Run (Star Wars: Journey to the Force Awakens) by Greg Rucka

This young adult novel was a well-written and well-crafted story set between two of the films in the original Star Wars trilogy. All of the battle scenes, whether shoot-outs on ground or ship-to-ship battles in space, were dramatic and clearly written. 228 more words


Some of My Friends Read Comics 070 - X-Mas Special: Uncanny X-Men 143 & Gotham Central: Soft Targets

Happy Holidays! We’re embracing the spirit of togetherness by reading seasonal comics by both DC AND Marvel!

For DC, we’re covering Gotham Central #12-15 about a murderous rampage from the Joker just days before Christmas. 50 more words

Some Of My Friends Read Comics

Review: Shattered Empire (Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens) by Greg Rucka

One of my biggest pet peeves about most war movies is how the characters celebrate at the end of a big battle as if everything is going to be easy from there on out. 174 more words


Gotham Central: Soft Targets Part #4

With Joker in jail and the shootings stopped, Christmas returns to Gotham as Soft Targets wraps up. But, you see, that was all part of Joker’s plan – and now the citizens have returned to their traditions, that just means there are more targets lining the streets, buying toys and shopping for their loved ones. 1,033 more words

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