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It Girl! And The Atomics

Image ComicsPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release Jamie S. Rich and a cadre of artists top off their acclaimed year-long run on the It Girl and the Atomics series with the second trade paperback collection. It Girl and the Atomics, Round Two: The World is Flat collects issues #7 through #12, drawn by Mike Norton (Revival) and Natalie Nourigat (The Thrilling Adventure Hour), with a special spooktacular appearance by Chynna Clugston Flores. The book will be published by Image Comics on October 2, 2013.

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FeaturedImage ComicsMichael AllredReview

It Girl! & The Atomics is a fun, wacky book with a hipster vibe. This issue sees It Girl getting a new solo mission to prove herself as a super-hero. Does this issue entertain or is it a straight up bummer? Major Spoilers takes a look!

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Image ComicsMichael AllredPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release February will bring with it a special Valentine to readers of Michael Allred’s IT GIRL AND THE ATOMICS. Chynna Clugston-Flores, creator of Blue Monday, is teaming up with series writer Jamie S. Rich for a standalone issue about a fan-favorite character from the MADMAN universe, Mr. Gum.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the titles arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for an early look at Activity #10, Age of Bronze #32, Artifacts #23, Change #1, Clone #2, Hack/Slash #21, It Girl and the Atomics #5, Point of Impact #3, the Walking Dead #105 and more.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Image Comics released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for an early look at Clone #1, Comeback #1, Darkness #108, Glory #30, It Girl and The Atomics #4, Mind the Gap #6, Revival #5, Savage Dragon #183, Spawn #225, and more.

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Or – “It’s Always Good To See The Madman Gang…” This year has, in my area, seen a huge influx of cicadas and whooping cough, two things that tend to cycle through every few years.  The comics industry has similar cycles, as you can set your clock by the every three years return of Youngblood, or the bi-annual “Return Of An X-Man From The Dead.”  Likewise, every few years you can count on the return of Mike Allred’s Madman or related characters for a few issues, but what happens when both Madman and Mike are out of the picture?  Your

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