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Sneak PeekThe DarknessTop Cow

Arriving in stores this week is the second installment of The Darkness/Pitt event.  Top Cow was kind enough to slip us a sneak peek that you can read after the jump!

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Buffy the Vampire SlayerDark Horse ComicsFeaturedReview

Or – “I’ll Get You,  My Pretty…  And Your Little Centaur, Too!” This would not the the first time that a young girl being chased by an evil witch fled to Oz in the hopes of finding her way back home… (Of course,  that means that Xander is probably Toto.)

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AnimationcartoonSneak PeekStar Wars

The season finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs tonight, and Lucas Film has sent another sneak peek (along with a few more images) to tease the series. Count Dooku seeks to spring a Separatist prisoner from Republic captivity, but his profile prevents him from getting close enough to set in motion his malevolent plan. Enter Cad Bane, the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunter, as ruthless as he is deadly. He is quintessentially cold, cruel and calculating – and when the price is right, he can’t be stopped. Backed by Dooku and the Separatists, he’s bringing his unique skill

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Great Big ComicsReviewShe Buccaneer

Or – Yo, ‘ho! A Pirates Life for Me When I first saw the solicitation for The Voyages of She Buccaneer, I put it on my list because a) the art looked really good, and b) the art looked really good. When it arrived on my doorstep last week, I really thought this was going to be porn for pre-teens, but after flipping through the book a couple of times, I found a story that could have put Jack Sparrow to shame.

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Jeff SmithReview

Stealing art and dimension jumping for fun and profit When I first saw Jeff Smith’s cover for RASL #1, I must say I was less than impressed with what was coming from the Bone creator. Then slowly but surely I began to hear rumors that this was going to be a great series. Then low and behold, the first issue arrived at my doorstep a few weeks ago and I got to find out what all the hullabaloo was for myself. They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, and I’m going to have to agree.

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