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Raven

DCFeaturedFrankensteinReviewSwamp Thing

Love is strange, Faithful Spoilerites, and nowhere is that more true than the monstery corners of the DC Universe.  Your Major Spoilers review of Young Monsters In Love #1 awaits!

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DCFeaturedRavenReview

It’s hard to be a teenager.  It’s even harder when your demon half wants to leap out and conquer the whole Earth in the name of your evil dad…  Your Major Spoilers review of Raven: Daughter Of Darkness #1 awaits!

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DCMarv WolfmanRavenSneak Peek

Take the jump for a sneak peek of Marv Wolfman and Ruy Jose’s Raven #5.

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Ten Things
FeaturedMajor SpoilersTen Things

For the thousands in attendance…  and the millions reading at home. LLLLLLET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE!!  Welcome to Ten Things!

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DCFeaturedRavenReview

The founding New Teen Titan known as Raven is once again in the spotlight, and there’s really one overarching question: What happens when you don’t remember the greatest threat you’ve ever faced?  Your Major Spoilers review of Raven #3 awaits!

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Action Labs EntertainmentSneak Peek

Take the jump for a sneak peek of Princeless: Raven, The Pirate Princess #11 from Action Lab Entertainment.

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DCMarv WolfmanRavenSneak Peek

Everyone’s favorite Teen Titan gets her own series this week from DC Comics.

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Action Labs EntertainmentSneak Peek

Here’s your chance to get a sneak peek at Princeless: Raven, The Pirate Princess #4 before it arrives in stores.

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DCFeaturedRed RobinReviewTeen Titans

After the briefest of hiatus, the DCU’s resident team of legacy character returns with more of an annoyingly angsty shout than anything else in a disappointing first issue.

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CWDCTelevisionWarner Bros.

With Smallville wrapping up soon, The CW and Warner Bros. are looking for something (anything) to fill the slot left by the tweaked Superman series.  The Teen Titans might be a great team concept to look to, but according to Variety, DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. TV, and The CW might be breaking up the team to focus on one – Raven. “Raven” actually has some history at the CW: The character was featured in the animated Kids’ WB series “Teen Titans,” which ran for several years (including Kids’ WB’s brief run as the CW’s Saturday morning kids block). Tara Strong

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Boom StudiosReview

Elementary, my dear brother!  The Raven did it. When Boom! Studios sent me an advanced copy of Poe #1, I was certain it would fall into some boring tale of a writer gone mad, so I was not too interested in reading the series.  However, a mere two pages in, and something amazing happened; I discovered a kickin’ story that brings Sherlock Holmes to America.

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