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Delete #1 Review

I follow a lot of characters in comics, like Batman, for example. But I also follow a lot of creators as well. And three of the creators I enjoy keeping up with are Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner. This isn’t always easy because their excellent product often comes from a variety of different comics companies, such as what I refer to as the Harleyverse in DC and Super Zero from Aftershock Comics. This means I have to be on the lookout for their books as I examine upcoming books. A particularly good one  is Delete, which comes from…

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Badger #1 Review

It wasn’t long ago that I reviewed the return of Nexus from Mike Baron and Steve Rude. Well, now another creation of Mr. Baron’s is back, and he hasn’t missed a beat even though it’s been a long time since I’ve read Badger!

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Devil’s Due brings about the rodent Ragnarok

Press Release Announced at the Special Edition: NYC Comic book convention: Devil’s Due Entertainment continues its trend of acquiring creator-owned properties as it signs Ashley M Witter (Interview with a Vampire: Claudia’s Story) and Ash Maczko to bring their long anticipated saga of Squarriors to the printed page.

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Retro Review: G.I. Joe Declassified #3 (October 2005)

Way back in 1982, Larry Hama created a legendary group of characters, a baker’s dozen soldiers who represented the best and brightest of the American armed forces, each one with a special set of skills and an awesome codename.  It was nearly a quarter century later when he returned to tell the tale of how those thirteen soldiers were recruited and brought together… …and in so doing, revealed the best hidden secret in the history of G.I. Joe.  Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of G.I. Joe Declassified #3 awaits!

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SOLICITATIONS: Devil’s Due Signs Dirk Manning

Press Release Devil’s Due Entertainment has signed horror writer Dirk Manning to release comic book based on his successful horror/noir online comic, Tales of Mr. Rhee. The existing web series is to be collected into a print volume, as well as made available on digital comic platforms. Future “Mr. Rhee” content is also in the tentative planning stages.

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