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Review: No Mercy #9

This is the most powerful issue of a comic you will read this month. It actually can stand alone if you haven’t read the series, because it’s that good and complete. 689 more words



Writer Alex de Campi (Archie vs. Predator), artist Carla Speed McNeil (Finder), and colorist Jenn Manley Lee (Dicebox) will launch a new story arc in their ongoing thrilling drama series NO MERCY this December.

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Graphic Novel Review - Finder: Third World

Finder: Third World written and illustrated by Carla Speed McNeil

There hasn’t been a single place that Jaeger couldn’t infiltrate, escape, or loot—until now! Award-winning creator Carla Speed McNeil and colorists Jenn Manley Lee and Bill Mudron create the very first full-color… 540 more words



No Mercy tells the story of fifteen American teenagers and their supervisors involved in  image from Image Comicsa fatal bus crash.  They find themselves stranded in the desert of the fictional Central American country Mataguey.   187 more words

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ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS 2015.05.07: Camcorders Surrounding Everyone

I read Secret Wars #1 and I don’t even really remember what happened in it. “Stuff happens” is the worst review I can give anything, because what it should say to you is that whatever I’m talking about communicated so little to me that I couldn’t even be bothered to record it. 1,251 more words

Advice To Young Girls

Review: No Mercy Issues 1 and 2

Written by Alex De Campi

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

Colours by Jenn Manley Lee

Published by Image


I’m a sucker for a good delayed hit. 594 more words

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