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FeatureFeaturedMajor SpoilersRandom Access Memory

Rand Bellavia is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory.

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BatmanFan FilmVideo

Eighteen months in the make, Ripper: A Batman Fan Film takes Batman to the time of gaslights and foggy London Town, as the sleuth investigates Jack the Ripper.

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Prey for Angels, Think Alike Productions, Ruben Romero,
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I wish I could count how many different mystery stories I’ve given up on because I either knew who did it right away or frankly didn’t care. A poorly done whodunit? Now THAT’S a crime! Not long ago I reviewed the debut issue of Prey for Angels from Think Alike Productions. As of Wednesday, August 19, both the first and second issues of this gripping mystery are available at the comixology.com website, making it the perfect time to jump on board!

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murder, mystery, Jack the Ripper, Think Alike Productions, The Agency, blood, prey for angels, Kristian Fraga, Ruben Romero, Sajad Shaw, Benjamin Charbit
FeaturedMajor SpoilersPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

When a notorious serial killer strikes terror in Paris, they call on Scotland Yard to help bring the murderer to justice! It’s murder mystery just the way I like it, so I’m chatting with writer Kristian Fraga, producer Benjamin Charbit, and adapter Ruben Romero about Prey for Angels, a Think Alike Production comic you just might see in a theater near you sometime soon! We discuss the miniseries and its creators as well as how you can access this terrific comic miniseries! To download your copy, go to comixology at this link! To find out more about Think Alike Productions, check

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murder, mystery, Jack the Ripper, Think Alike Productions, The Agency, Max Hunter, blood, prey for angels, Kris Fraga, Ruben Romero, Sajad Shaw
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I do love a great mystery! And one that involves one of the most reviled killers in history is sure to get my attention. Prey for Angels seems to move the story from the murderer’s familiar surroundings while mixing in some possible supernatural elements as well. I loved it!

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Army of DarknessDynamite EntertainmentReview

An American Chosen One in London Ash is off to the Land of Fish and Chips in hopes of finding a fellow Chosen One, but ends up finding something else altogether.  While the Evil Dead made it look like Ashley stumbled upon the Necronomicon, the connection between Chosen One and Book of Evil goes back much further than that, to a time when a band of heroes fought side by side to bring down the forces of evil.  Sounds exciting doesn’t it?

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