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Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman (Vol 2) #213

The ancient Amazon archives reveal their deepest secrets to the outside world once more, as we continue on our journey to the 75th anniversary of… 146 more words

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Strange Fruit #2


Written by J.G. Jones and Mark Waid
Drawn by J.G. Jones
Published by Boom! Studios

PREVIOUSLY: Strange Fruit #1

Picking up from the previous issue, the large muscular Black man from space, who has been nicknamed “Johnson”, comes wandering through town, with nothing on but a Confederate flag wrapped around his waist. 268 more words

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Strange Fruit #1


Written by J.G. Jones and Mark Waid
Drawn by J.G. Jones
Published by Boom! Studios

Just like with Mark Millar’s HUCK, this is a book that I initially considered avoiding, because of a similar concept that I have had in mind. 231 more words

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Quotes for #NCBD 10/14/15 (1/4)

So many comics, and so little time. I only got a light reading in today. The train was packed this evening, and I didn’t want to risk some of my fav’s to the paper damaging dangers of a bumpy crowded train ride. 267 more words

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Review - Strange Fruit #2 (of 4) (BOOM! Studios)

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: J.G. Jones
Release Date: 14th October, 2015 548 more words

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Preview: Strange Fruit #2 (of 4)

Strange Fruit #2 (of 4)

Writers: J.G. Jones and Mark Waid
Artist: J.G. Jones

The Mississippi River is flooding, but the citizens of Chatterlee are more worried about the colossus and what his presence means for their town. 32 more words

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Comic Review: Strange Fruit #001 (2015)

Storytellers: J. G. Jones & Mark Waid, Art: J. G. Jones, Lettering: Deron Bennett

After the massive controversy surrounding the first issue of Strange Fruit… 1,213 more words

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