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Review: America #1

This was a one “Wepa” issue and it ended with Hitler getting a fist to the dome, everything that happened in between the pages of writer  577 more words

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Review: Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #3

Deadman: Dark Mansion of Love concludes in twisting, turning Gothic fashion, and one of these twists is in this first page as it’s revealed that Adelia is the dark, malevolent spirit that has been haunting Glencourt. 801 more words

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Preview: Betty & Veronica #2

BETTY & VERONICA #2

Script: Adam Hughes
Art: Adam Hughes, José Villarrubia, Jack Morelli
Cover: Adam Hughes
Variant Covers: David Mack, Allison Sohn, Rachael Stott, Kevin Wada… 154 more words

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Mr. Vertigo Reviews 50: Paper Girls Volume 1; MIND MGMT Volume Six–The Immortals; Get Jiro! Blood and Sushi

Paper Girls Volume 1
Brian K. Vaughan, writer; Cliff Chiang, artist; Matt Wilson, colorist
Image Comics, 2016

It’s 1988, so newspapers and neighborhood delivery are still a thing. 1,091 more words

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Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1 (DC)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Gothic with a Decidedly Modern Flair.
by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall

I’ve loved the Deadman character for decades.  He is not used much, and sometimes he is not used well, but when there is a good story featuring the character it can be exceptional.  466 more words

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Review: Deadman Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1

The first of three issue prestige format miniseries, Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1 skillfully combines atmosphere and spooky stylings of classic Gothic stories with a nuanced romance subplot that happens to star the DC Universe’s most famous acrobat turned ghost/people possessor Boston Brand aka Deadman. 773 more words

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Review: Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1

Trapped inside an old gothic mansion, Deadman must battle the forces of darkness alongside Berenice, a young woman with a complicated love life who is gifted—or cursed—with the ability to communicate with the dead. 358 more words

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