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What the heck is the Julian Challenge?  During the Major Spoilers 100th Issue Extravaganza, the Major Spoilers Crew challenged Julian to collect 50 signatures from those in the comic book and pop culture industry in exchange for a kick-ass Hellboy statue. What’s Julian think of all of this?  Take the jump and find out in his own words.

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Boom Studiosmark sableReview

Yes, Mark Sable was detained by HLS Unthinkable is one mind trip of a series, the kind I’ve come to expect from Boom! Studios. For those tuning into the late night conspiracy radio programs, or trolling around the conspiracy boards, the doomsday scenarios spelled out in this series don’t come as a surprise.  What does make this issue different is how Mark Sable is able to make all of them fit together into the ultimate end of days book.

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Blackest NightDCGreen LanternGreen Lantern Corps

Although had I been paying attention, they’d each have gotten their own day, but what the heck, today is going to be jammed full of stories. Indigo Lanterns after the jump.

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Boom StudiosReview

Thriller the way I likes ‘em When I decided to give The Remnant #1 a once over for a possible review, I didn’t know I was getting myself into what could be the best thriller comic of the year.   One would think almost getting blown up would be the worst thing that could happen in your day.  For former CIA Agent David Sacker, things do get worse as his wife is picked up as a possible suspect, and then a stranger you saw at the scene of the crime shows up, uninvited at your house.

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This is both awesome and insane at the same time.  You’ll have to watch all the way to the end to see what the heck is happening, and when you see the reveal, your jaw drops. All this from the graphic novel Alan’s War:  The Memories of G.I. Alan Cope. Across a generation, a deep friendship blossomed between Alan Cope and author/artist Emmanuel Guibert. From it, Alan’s War was born – a graphic novel that is a deeply personal and moving experience, straight from the heart of the Greatest Generation – a unique piece of WWII literature and a ground-breaking

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Bruce CampbellDark Horse ComicsMoviesReview

For the last two years, I’ve heard the rumors and have seen the still images from Bruce Campbell’s feature film My Name is Bruce.  And while it looks like the movie is finally going to make it to the indie movie circuit, there are still a lot of questions that fans are asking about the film.  Some of those questions are answered in Dark Horse Comics’ release of the My Name is Bruce one-shot from a couple of weeks ago.

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Bluewater ProductionsSolicitations

Here’s a title that totally surprises me, but what the heck, there’s already comics about Obama and McCain, so I guess I can roll with the announcement from Bluewater Productions of a Hillary Clinton biographical comic. “We’re excited to bring this book to the table,” says Bluewater’s Vice President Jason Schultz.  “There are a couple comics focusing on John McCain and Barack Obama, we wanted to feature Hilary who broke all the rules in this election and made history” This 32-page comic book will be telling the story of her life, “Female Force: Hillary Clinton” will explore both sides of

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DCReviewtitans

In 1984, or so the story goes, DC Comics was in dire straits. The company was bleeding money, very few of their iconic characters seemed very relavant, and there were, apparently, rumors that DC would be no more within months… Then, Marv Wolfman and George Perez launched ‘The New Teen Titans,’ a book that took DC’s kid sidekicks, added a dash of X-Men-style plotting, and managed to generate a bona fide classic (and, some say, bringing DC back from the brink.)

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Here’s your first look at Superman from the upcoming Mortal Kombat v. DC Universe game. Take the jump for the full image.

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