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Sean Mckeever

Marvel

Sean McKeever and Mike Norton brings Fear Itself to the Marvel heroes-in-training in Fear Itself: Youth in Revolt. “With YOUTH IN REVOLT, we’re taking a look at how a palpable sense of fear and despair can affect the younger generation of heroes,” said McKeever to Marvel.com. “In the first issue, they’re deputized by the federal government in anticipation of terrible things to come, but what then? When they’re rushed into action without any strategy, who suffers? When things get out of hand, who will step up and who will crumble? And how well can they stand up to their own

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DC

Sad news for fans of the current run of Teen Titans, as writer Sean McKeever has announced he is leaving the series after issue #71. Hey, everyone. A bit of good news/bad news for you. Which is which will depend upon your opinion of my work, I guess… I have decided to leave Teen Titans. My last issue will be #71. It’s been a wild ride for 22 issues (plus an Annual and Terror Titans)–sometimes good, sometimes bad, and often awesome. I’ve really come to care about these kids during my tenure, but now it’s time for me to place

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Major SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcast

Wax on! Wax off! Who watches the Watchmen? All of us! Hush! Hush! Thought I heard it callin’ my name, yeah… The Commander In Chief is the Commander Out of Stock! Fan Feedback! Teen Titans! Nightwing Nocturnal! Witches Without Wardrobe! And this time, it’s personal! [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers74.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!

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DCReview

Because we’ve already read Countdown: Arena Wow.  If DC gets any more screwed up with its timeline, we’re going to need some kind of crisis to fix…it… all… well crap.  Here then is another title that is set in the current fiasco of the DC Universe, that attempts to expand the timeline, but only succeeds in causing the continuity junkies to freak out.  For those into villains, this issue delivers as Sean McKeever returns  us to the Dark Side Club.

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DCReview

Though this is a week late, and the review for the next episode will soon be following, I decided that I would uphold my end of the bargain and review Countdown to Final Crisis #3. Mainly, because I want to provide ~wyntermute~ with another review that isn’t 5/5, but also because I said I would review the last 5 issues (assuming that there is a 0 issue).

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