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Piecing Together Marvel Puzzle Quest: Yondu

Get your hands on this blue-skinned Ravager!

Hawkeye might be the greatest archer around, but nobody’s better with an arrow than Yondu. The blue-skinned Ravager’s ready to wreak whistling havoc on the enemy team and we talked to D3 Go! 801 more words

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Deathstroke: The Gospel Of Slade Review

DC: Rebirth has been successful in bring a lot of characters back to their roots, reminding fans what they loved in the first place. A character who’s benefitted from Rebirth is Deathstroke, particularly in the latest graphic novel to be released called… 648 more words

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Why Is Deathstroke The Greatest Assassin In Comics?

In the world of comics, there are various assassins. They are the people who can be hired to do the impossible, to kill any target, providing the money is good enough. 727 more words

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John’s Horror Corner: Phantasm V: Ravager (2016), an unworthy apocalyptic end to a once great franchise.

MY CALL:  This is the only film in the series I didn’t like at all. Completely uninspired, yet still boasting our favorite characters reunited yet again and some nice ideas that find only the poorest execution. 643 more words

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SHOOTA SHIP

Do you need more DAKKA?

ALWAYS!

Here is your new friend, the Shoota Ship. A Tiny escort with a honkin’ big GUN.

It is similar in style and size to GW’s Ravager ship for Battlefleet Gothic so you can play our mean and green friends. 24 more words

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DEATHSTROKE, VOL. 1: THE PROFESSIONAL

Today, I’m happy to have my son, Connor, return to the blog for yet another of his graphic novel reviews.  Thankfully, this is becoming something of a regular occasion, and I personally will be enjoying it for as long as it lasts. 658 more words

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How Ravager Forged Her Own Path

“Whatever people want to think of me, they can go ahead and think it. Deathstroke’s daughter. Teen Titan. Hero. Villain. Loyal. Brave. Crazy. Conniving. Broken. What matters is the choices I make and whether or not I can live with them.” 318 more words

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