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Review: X-O Manowar Annual 2016 #1

Join the adventures of Valiant’s flagship hero here with 64-pages of armor-busting action on the front lines of the Valiant Universe in X-O Manowar… 404 more words

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Strange Fruit #3


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

PREVIOUSLY: Strange Fruit #2

SIX MONTHS LATER, the third issue of this 4 issue miniseries has finally been published. 291 more words

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Preview: Strange Fruit #3 (of 4)

Strange Fruit #3 (of 4)

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

The townspeople of Chatterlee make every effort to conscript the stranger to help with the fast-failing levee—but the growing racial divide in town makes choosing sides virtually impossible even as the clock ticks towards disaster. 32 more words

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Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #222

Join us as we wend our way across the beautiful paradise island of Themyscira, before descending into the depths of the ancient Amazon archives in search of yet more  257 more words

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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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