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Review Avengers #33 Review 8.0
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Avengers #33 Review

The Age of Khonshu has begun.  Now, The Avengers will fall…  Your Major Spoilers review of Avengers #33 awaits!

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So You Want To Read Comics: MCU Edition

It’s that time for another edition of “So You Want To Read Comics” where we look at different properties, genres, and topics and suggest comics for fans of them. This week we’re taking on the big one, The Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU if you’re pressed for time.

Review Hawkeye Freefall #5 Review 5.3
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Hawkeye: Freefall #5 Review

Hawkeye’s latest outing bears a strong resemblance to previous comics featuring the archer. But is it the same level of quality? Let’s find out in Hawkeye: Freefall #5 from Marvel Comics.

Review Ghost-Spider #9 Review 7.3
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Ghost-Spider #9 Review

Ghost-Spider teams up with Sue and Johnny Storm but… aren’t they dead?  Your Major Spoilers review of Ghost-Spider #9 awaits!

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Ten Supers Who Work From Home

Not every super-type needs to swing across the rooftops to confront evil…  Some are much more comfortable at home!  Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Supers Who Work From Home!

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Comics for KIDS to Read in Isolation

Many of us are currently finding ourselves inside of doors with a lot of spare time for reading on our hands. Why not take advantage of a time like this by diving into some Collected Works, Omnibi, and Graphic Novels?

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Comics for HER to Read in Isolation

Many of us are currently finding ourselves inside of doors with a lot of spare time for reading on our hands. Why not take advantage of a time like this by diving into some Collected Works, Omnibi, and Graphic Novels?

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So You Want to Read Comics (Teen Theme Edition)

Let’s be honest here, (at the risk of seriously dating this article) a lot of people are stuck at home right now.  This is especially true for teenagers. The natural tendency is to fall back into familiar pastimes, but this situation we’ve all found ourselves in gives an opportunity to branch out and check out things not considered before. What I’m saying is: teenagers should read some comics.

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Comics for HIM to Read in Isolation

Many of us are currently finding ourselves inside of doors with a lot of spare time for reading on our hands. Why not take advantage of a time like this by diving into some Collected Works, Omnibi, and Graphic Novels?

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