Browsing: Ariana Maher

Review Rise of Ultraman #1 Review 7.3
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Rise of Ultraman #1 (of 5) Review

In the year 1966, an alien from Nebula M78 arrived on Earth and bonded with a human host.  It’s happening again…  Your Major Spoilers review of Rise of Ultraman #1 from Marvel Comics awaits!

Sneak Peek Going to the Chapel #4
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Going to the Chapel #4

The final installment of Going to the Chapel arrives in stores on Wednesday, and ahead of the release, we have a sneak peek of the issue, from Action Lab Entertainment, after the jump.

Review Green Lantern, Legacy, DC, DC Zoom, DC Ink, Kim Tran, John Stewart, Tai Pham, GN, graphic novel, Minh Le, Andre Tong, Sarah Stern, Ariana Maher, Lauren Bisom, Sinestro, Iolande, Corps, Far Sector, Coast City, Vietnamese-American, Xander Griffin, Serena, Tommy, 9.0
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Green Lantern: Legacy Review

Green Lantern: Legacy is the latest in a series of DC young adult graphic novels, and it focuses on how kindness and leadership can influence communities and the people living there. Take the jump for your Major Spoilers review of the book from DC Zoom.

Review Outpost Zero #14 Review 10.0
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Outpost Zero #14 Review

It’s been a long and harrowing journey, but Sam and Alea made contact with the creature that lives beneath them. What will they learn about it…and themselves? Find out in Outpost Zero #14 from Image Comics!

Sneak Peek Going to the Chapel #3
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[Preview] Going to the Chapel #3

Here is your first look at Going to the Chapel #3 from David Pepose and Gavin Guidry. The issue arrives on November 6th, from Action Lab Entertainment’s Danger Zone imprint.

Review Outpost Zero #13 Review 10.0
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Outpost Zero #13 Review

Sam and Alea have followed Steven’s last message of “Follow them down,” and are face to face with an alien! What does it want? Find out in Outpost Zero #13 from Image Comics.

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[First Look] Going to the Chapel #3

The chapel is on lockdown, and Emily must fast a new adversary – her in-laws in Going to the Chapel #3 from Action Lab Entertainment. We have an early look at the issue that arrives in November 2019.

Review Outpost Zero #12 Review 9.0
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Outpost Zero #12 Review

Most people are afraid of what they don’t know. As Alea and Sam explore and learn more about their past, who will they ever be able to talk to about what they’ve found? Find out in Outpost Zero #12!

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