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Preview: Danger Club #8

Danger Club #8

Story By: Landry Q. Walker
Art By: Eric Jones
Cover By: Eric Jones
Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: JAN150604
Published: April 8, 2015… 79 more words

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Preview: Danger Club #7

Danger Club #7

Story By: Landry Q. Walker
Art By: Eric Jones
Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: JAN130579
Published: February 25, 2015

All of reality has been rebooted! 67 more words

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Preview: Danger Club #6

Danger Club #6

Story By: Landry Q. Walker
Art By: Eric Jones
Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: SEP120496
Published: January 28, 2015

As all of reality collapses, Kid Vigilante travels through the land of the dead in search of salvation. 32 more words

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Truly All-Ages: Supergirl - Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade

As a comic book reader and fan, I regularly run into a particular quandary, and that’s the way that female characters are depicted.  Not just the roles they play in the stories, which can also be an issue, but especially the way they are  737 more words

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Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade

Linda Lee is a pretty ordinary girl.  She’d rather not do her homework, she fights with her parents and when she comes to stay with her cousin in a new town, she has trouble fitting in; no one understands her habits from her hometown and she doesn’t understand what she’s supposed to do to get in good with everyone; her only friend is a clever, antisocial outcast named Lena (who would hate Linda if she ever found out Linda’s secret) and her twin sister, Belinda, has left her in the lurch by running off to go and get popular and all this as she tries to deal with the weird changes that are hitting her body.  1,001 more words

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Review: Eerie #3

Those who know their comics, know that Dark Horse means horror (among other things), and there’s no better showcase of this than series like Eerie and Creepy, which are Dark Horse’s hallmark to the horror comics of the 1960s and 1970s, using the same names of the Eerie and Creepy magazines published by Warren Publishing (Vampirella), which was a big competitor with DC and Marvel until 1981, and they were able to put out risqué comics banned in regular comic books because they published in magazine format, which was not restricted by the Comics Code Authority. 824 more words

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Preview: Danger Club #5

Danger Club #5

Story by: Landry Q. Walker
Art By: Eric Jones
Price: $2.99

It’s the end of the world, and Jack Fearless must now pay the price for his crimes. 32 more words

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