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Olivia Twist
Solicitations

Dark Horse Comics is teaming with Berger Books for the release of Olivia Twist, a female-centric tale based on the Dickens classic tale.

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Image Comics, Wolf, werewolf, Jeremy Haun, Cullen Bunn, Bitten, Syfy, Ales Kot, Matt Taylor, Lee Loughridge, True Detective, Sandman, crime noir, Neil Gaiman, Antoine Wolfe
FeaturedImage ComicsReview

When it comes to supernatural/horror characters, it seems many of them never go out of style. However, certain groups rise up to the forefront, such as vampires. For a while, everywhere you looked, there were vampires. Teen vampires, older vampires, female vampires, even kid vampires. Now it seems that werewolves are the new vampires. Syfy has their series Bitten, DC’s Vertigo has a great comic Wolf Moon from Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun, and now Image has Wolf. What I like about all these is that each one seems to take a different spin on the werewolf legend, and that’s

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DCFeaturedIndie ComicsReviewVertigo

Wolf Moon #4 has Dillon face off against the Wolf and another hunter he has never encountered before.

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DCFeaturedReview

The month of September is Futures End month for DC.  All titles will be getting one-shots set five years from now, showing the changes the characters have gone through.  What has Batman been up to in Detective Comics?  Find out in the review!  More importantly, 3-D covers!

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FeaturedReviewVertigo

Bodies #1 was a wonderfully intriguing mystery surrounding the same dead body being found throughout time in the same street of London.  Murder, mystery and a secret society all play a part in the story.  Major Spoilers attempts to uncover some answers in the review of issue two.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Here’s a sneak peek of Deadly Class #5, available this week from Image Comics.

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DCFeaturedReview

Edwin Paine and Charles Rowland think they’ve returned to St. Hilarions to protect Crystal Palace, but she may turn out to be the person helping them.

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FeaturedMarvelReview

In Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe, the Merc With A Mouth sets out to do exactly that. Is this title dead on arrival? Major Spoilers has the review.

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