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Boom StudiosReview

When you’ve only got four issues to tell a complete story, some things are going to be left out or cut short due to space restrictions.  In Hexed #4, just enough information gets through to make this concluding chapter just rewarding enough.

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Major SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcastwebcomic

Somewhere in time: The mind behind the JSA goes MIA, Logan and Arnold are back in our hearts, and the soul of the Marvel Universe is back, but is it too late already? Plus: We explain how Urban Legends get started, we learn how bad puns get started, and we learn how short deadlines cause the podcast open to not make sense. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers62.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!

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Boom StudiosFeaturedReview

Now that is creepy…  More please. There really aren’t enough good titles covering the various supernatural realms.  Sandman concluded years ago, as did Preacher, and while Buffy the Vampire Slayer continues to rock, Shadowpact got the axe.  Cthulhu Tales delivers the chilling supernatural sure to give the reader nightmares, but when it comes to supernatural thriller crime stories, the cupboard is pretty bare.  So, when Boom! Studios sent me an advanced copy of Hexed by Michael Alan Nelson with art by Emma Rios, I knew it was worth checking out, even if I am generally wary of titles I know

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Sneak PeekTop CowWitchblade

The latest issue of Witchblade kicks off a brand new story arc which sends Sara Pezzini into an Orthodox Jewish community to investigate soem mysterious goings on.  Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that arrives this week.

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Boom Studioscomic conventionsan diegoSigning

It’s a day of news from Boom! Studios. The company has announced a brand new project from Andrew Cosby and Stephen Baldwin called Remnant. “I wanted to do a comic that asked the big questions but answered them in little ways,” said Baldwin.  “Philosophy and spirituality are complex beasts, but I believe literature’s purpose is to contextualize these tricky subjects into entertaining stories that speak, not preach, to the reader.” Fans of Baldwin’s work can find the actor at San Diego Comic-Con signing special-edition preview books at the Boom! Studios booth.

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