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Brian Azzarellodan jurgensDCFeaturedFutures EndReview

The latest issue of DC’s Futures End event is a complete mess with almost no forward momentum for any of the characters featured.

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DCFeaturedFutures EndNew 52Review

Last time I checked in with the not-too-distant future world of Futures End, it was kind of a depressing morass of death and grimdark bleakness.  Is there a silver lining in the middle of the big death-and-dismemberment cloud?  Your Major Spoilers review of The New 52: Futures End #5 awaits!

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comic conventionDCsan diego

The panels are in full swing at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, and though we aren’t at the show, we’ve dug through the drek and present a rundown of the news from DC Comics’ The Dark and The Edge panel.

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DCFeaturedMidnighterReviewStormwatch

Grifter #1 was one of the first comics that I read.  I picked it up because I wanted to read about a character I had never heard about.  I originally fell in love with the series, but lately there has been a lack of character development and seeing the same ethereal baddies in every issue has become stale.  Midnighter from Stormwatch makes a cameo in this issue, but can Grifter #7 help revive this title?

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DCNew 52Rob Liefeld

DC Comics has announced, that in May, writer/artist Rob Liefeld will take on “an expanded role” in the New 52.

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DCFeaturedGrifterNew 52ReviewWildstorm

Wildstorm meets DC as Grifter crashes into the relaunched universe. Does Grifter have the goods or is it all an elaborate con?

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Press ReleaseRadical Publishing

After reading the press release (below), The Last Days of American Crime sounds like a really cool premise, and with Rick Remender telling the tale, it’s one worth checking out. Press Release What if the U.S. government perfected a broadcast signal that could extinguish criminal thoughts? If you were a grifter with only 10 days before the signal went live, you’d find the crime of the century that you’d been planning suddenly transformed into the last crime in American history—if you can pull it off.

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