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Preview: Aquaman #7

Aquaman #7

Written by: Dan Abnett
Art by: Wayne Faucher, Scot Eaton
Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Variant cover by: Joshua Middleton

“Who framed Aquaman?” The investigation into the Atlantean attack on American forces kicks off a mystery as the criminal collective N.E.M.O. 45 more words

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Review - Aquaman #2 (DC Comics)

Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: Dan Abnett
Artist(s):  Scott Eaton, Wayne Faucher
Colourist: Gabe Eltaeb
Release Date: 6th July 2016 517 more words


Review Brew: Action Comics #52

Written By: Peter Tomasi

Art By: Dale Eaglesham & Scot Eaton

Inks By: Dale Eaglesham & Wayne Faucher

Color At By: Tomeu Morey

With DC’s line coming to an “end” in the coming weeks, it’s always interesting to see where the current line of books will lead. 936 more words

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Review Brew: Detective Comics #50

Written by: Peter Tomasi

Art by:Fernando Pasarin and Scot Eaton

Inks by: Matt Ryan and Wayne Faucher

Color Art By: Chris Sotomayor

The month of DC 50th issues continues! 541 more words

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Impulse (1998) - #33 : Wayne Faucher, Craig Rousseau

“Time Out” : “Barts school counselor notes that he has no birth certificate or other such documents; Bart schemes to capture White Lightning.”

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