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It’s time for a team-up of the DC Universe’s most notorious sinners! What sort of crazy hijinks can Pandora, the Phantom Stranger, and the Question get into? It’s time for a team-up of the DC Universe’s most notorious sinners! What sort of crazy hijinks can Pandora, the Phantom Stranger, and the Question get into? Writer: J.M. DeMatteis Artist: Yvel Guichet & Jason Gorder Colorist: Gabe Eltaeb Letterer: Dezi Sienty Editor: Darren Shan Publisher: DC Comics Price: $2.99 Previously in Trinity of Sin: Nada! New series! Though it helps if you have a vague understanding of what Pandora and the Phantom

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Or – “I’m Always A Little Leery When The Coach Wants In The Game…” Dan Didio is a polarizing figure in the comic industry.  Whether you love him or hate him, it’s clear that he has very specific ideas about what does and doesn’t make for good comics.  His last few writing gigs (O.M.A.C., Outsiders and Metal Men) haven’t really impressed me, and two of them ended in the cancellation of the titles in question.  Will the revitalized version of one of DC’s oldest mystic types be the game-changer for him?  Your Major Spoilers review awaits!

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Will the Phantom Stranger shed some of his silver necklace? Will he betray perfectly nice people for less-than-clear reasons? Find out the details of this not-quite-debut issue in this Major Spoilers review.

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Or – “There Are Old Pilots And Bold Pilots, But Few Old, Bold Pilots…” I saw recently that a clinical study proved that January 25th is the most depressing day of the entire year, scientifically and unequivocally.  While I don’t disagree with that sentiment (especially as it regards the attendance of employees in Midwestern United States call centers) I find it fascinating that somebody actually got paid to try and figure out something that silly and (let’s be honest, here) banal.  Still and all, it’s the kind of story that you read and go, “Yeah, I can see that.”  Thus,

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