Author: Ingrid Lind-Jahn

By day, she’s a mild-mannered bureaucrat and Ms. Know-It-All. By night, she’s a dance teacher and RPG player (although admittedly not on the same nights). On the weekends, she may be found judging Magic, playing Guild Wars 2 (badly), or following other creative pursuits. Holy Lack of Copious Free Time, Batman! While she’s always wished she had teleportation as her superpower, she suspects that super-speed would be much more practical because then she’d have time to finish up those steampunk costumes she’s also working on.

Dejah Thoris continues to learn about the responsibilities of being Jeddak, and has been given command of a mission to conduct atmospheric tests on Barsoom…or has she? Check out this Major Spoilers review of Dejah Thoris #6 from Dynamite Entertainment.

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Imagine being fourteen and on the cusp of adulthood with your whole future before you…with one small twist. You live in the smallest town in the universe, on a remote, hostile frozen world. Here is the Major Spoilers review of Outpost Zero #1 from Image Comics.

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Nancy Drew comes to in the cave at Deadman’s Cliff, but who is the handsome stranger who climbed down to help her? What knocked out all her friends up at the top of the cliff? And who sent the mysterious letter that drew them all here? Here is the Major Spoilers review of Nancy Drew #2.

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Fame! Fortune! A map to pirate treasure! What more could a couple intrepid adventurers like Pogo and Rex want? Tentacles perhaps…or maybe not? Take the jump for the Major Spoilers review of Ruinworld #1 from BOOM! Studios.

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It’s another day in the life of the folks at Jog Mobile. Will Christian finally hire a good employee? Will Devin ever be able to get to his sandwich? And why are there Styrofoam peanuts all over the breakroom? Here is our review of Cellies #2 from Lion Forge Comics.

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Elvira has come unstuck in time and is whirled away on a journey through horror history! Who knows what adventures she’ll find, but they’re sure to be fun…and not without some double entendres. Here is your Major Spoilers review of Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.

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What does the Ultraviolet Corps have to do with the Totality? How are both of these in any way related to the Still Force (the counterpart to the Speed Force)? The threads of the web start connecting in Justice League #3!

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A young Ranger with big dreams moves to the city. Living with her Dwarf maiden friend, and a drug-dealing lizard roommate, she slogs away at her day job, dreaming of adventure. Welcome to Modern Fantasy #1 from Dark Horse Comics.

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The Penterra playtest is about to get a lot more…interesting, and there may be more weird things under camp than just the giant millipedes. Isn’t this how you remember summer camp? Take the jump for our review of Lumberjanes #51 from BOOM! Studios.

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Once upon a time, there were three little girls who had a television series in the 1970s. Yes, Sabrina, Jill, and Kelly are back in action! Put on your best turtleneck and fire up the disco ball, because Charlie has a case in this week’s Charlie’s Angels #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.

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In a walled city where chefs are the ultimate celebrities, unlicensed chef Xoo Lim will do anything for some Garuda truffles, including fight! Check out this review of Flavor #2 from Image Comics.

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Boone Dias has gathered his adventuring party – Glum, Violet Belle, and Grandor – and they head off to close the first of the holes that lead to Earth. We follow them into a volcano, meet the wizard Agrippa, and learn just how outrageous Grandor is in this week’s Ether: The Copper Golems #2 from Dark Horse Comics.

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The energy source called the Totality has landed in the Nevada desert and is sending out a code. It’s locked behind an energy field and no one can get to it without being transformed. Only the Justice League has a chance of getting through!

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Is Nathan Bright really just the irresponsible, carefree, crazy, TV personality and weatherman who makes people laugh, or is there more to his story? Let’s find out as we review The Weatherman #1 from Image Comics.

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