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.

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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What lies beyond the mysterious portal in this tale about Jane Langstaff’s life after college, the economic collapse of her hometown, and reconnecting with her former best friend?

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A new era for the Justice League begins with – dare I say it – a bang! Major Spoilers reviews Justice League #1 from DC Comics.

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Maria escapes from her floating prison with Skubbin the outlaw knight and a walking, talking rosebush. But is she making any headway through the Labyrinth? What will it take for her to get to her baby? Let’s find out in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation #4 from BOOM! Studios.

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