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IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! But what to read? Fortunately, the Major Spoilers Staff have comic book recommendations for you!

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Monkeybrain ComicsSneak Peek

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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedIndie ComicsJoelle JonesReviewWomen in Comics

Lady Killer #3 presents Josie with a challenge and a threat to her survival.

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FeaturedIndie ComicsMegan LevensOni PressReviewWomen in Comics

Ares & Aphrodite #6 proves just how sneaky GiGi really is, ties up loose ends and leaves some hope for the future of two characters named after Greek deities.

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Digital ComicsFeaturedIndie ComicsMegan LevensOni PressReviewWomen in Comics

Ares & Aphrodite #5 is all about the big day and the fate of Will and GiGi’s bet from issue one.  

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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedIndie ComicsJoelle JonesReviewWomen in Comics

Lady Killer #2 raises the stakes for Josie as she works to keep the dual natures of her life divorced from each other. Oh, and she dresses up as an attendant at a gentleman’s club in order to get a mark.  

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FeaturedIndie ComicsMegan LevensOni PressReviewWomen in Comics

Ares & Aphrodite #3 sees Will and GiGi making a trip up the California coast. Their physical journey mirrors the emotional arch of this issue.

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FeaturedIndie ComicsMegan LevensOni PressReviewWomen in Comics

Ares and Aphrodite #2 keeps the plot moving along at a quick pace. GiGi and Will make a bet that seems destined to seal their romantic futures.

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comixologyFeaturedIndie ComicsOni PressReviewWomen in Comics

Ares and Aphrodite #1 stars two of the most important archetypes in contemporary Hollywood – a divorce attorney and a wedding planner – who have differing ideas about love.

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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedIndie ComicsJoelle JonesReviewWomen in Comics

Lady Killer #1 launches the comic world’s newest assassin – Josie: 1950s housewife. Her typical day balances both facets of her life against he background of classic Americana in a great first issue.

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Press Release Frankenstein meets Pygmalion in MADAME FRANKENSTEIN by Jamie S. Rich (12 Reasons Why I Love Her, You Have Killed Me) and Megan Levens, a graphic novel set in the dying days of the Jazz Age, coming in February from Image Comics.

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