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Bloodshot Salvation #6 (Late) Review: Some Emotional Weight and Incredible Artwork

Bloodshot Salvation #6

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Writer: Jeff Lemire,
Artist: Renato Guedes,
Letters: Simon Bowland,
Cover by: Kenneth Rocafort, 569 more words

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Digging Up The Remains Of Secret Empire in Doctor Strange: Damnation #1 and Avengers #681 (SPOILERS)

Secret Empire has been and gone. The Nazi Captain America is locked up. The Real Captain America is driving a motorcycle around America to connect go it, before travelling to the future encased in ice (again). 495 more words

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WATCH: Get to know one of the funniest new names in comedy

Comedy Central, the No. 1 brand in comedy, will launch its first-ever live daily morning show on SiriusXM’s Comedy Central Radio (Ch. 95) with comedian Nikki Glaser. 93 more words

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PopLurker Trailer Reactions: Jessica Jones (Season 2)

By Yennaedo Balloo

I’m something of a fan of the Marvel cinematic and TV universe. “Something” because while I grew up on the properties, consider Spider-Man a major influence on my morals and ethics, and want to grow up to be Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark, I have been at the point of Marvel movie fatigue for some time now. 1,021 more words

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Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek the Next Generation: Through the Mirror kicks off from writers Scott and David Tipton with artists like Marcus To, Chris Johnson, and J.K. Woodward. 9,526 more words

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Did Charles Soule Put a Dark Nights: Metal Reference into Astonishing X-Men #8?

Today sees the publication of the second issue  Batman & The Signal, the delayed spinoff series from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo‘s best-selling Metal… 330 more words

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DC Comics Reveals a New Muslim Superhero, Night Pilot

There haven’t been that many Muslim superhero characters created by the Big Two that have stepped outside the stereotypes.

Nightrunner created by David Hine and… 294 more words

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