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Ant-Man #5 (Review)

Ant-Man #5 (Review)

Ant-Man #5 Marvel Comics Written by: Zeb WellsArt by: Dylan Burnett Letters by: Corey Petit PURCHASE YOUR COPY HERE The challenge with any comic issue that is packed with action is ensuring it has enough legitimate story-telling to make it compelling. Luckily for...

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Captain Marvel #5 (Review)

Captain Marvel #5 (Review)

Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #5 Marvel Comics/ IDW Publishing Written by: Sam Maggs Art by: Sweeney Boo Letters by: Christa Miesner Not every comic issue has to include punching and kicking and other types of generic action because too often is character development...

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King of Nowhere #1 (Review)

King of Nowhere #1 (Review)

King of Nowhere #1 Boom Comics  Writer: W. Maxwell PrinceArtist: Tyler Jenkins Colorist: Hilary Jenkins Lettering: Andworld Design  PURCHASE HERE If a storytelling device is used poorly, it’s called a cliché but when it is used well, it is called brilliant. It’s a...

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On The Stump #1 (Review)

On The Stump #1 (Review)

On The Stump #1Image Comics Written by: Chuck BrownArt by: PrenzyLetters by: Clayton Cowles Sports like football, UFC and boxing have been widely criticized in recent years for its physical violence and message that it sends to viewers for the validity of said...

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Batman #88 (Review)

Batman #88 (Review)

Batman #88DC Comics Written by: James Tynion IVArt by: Guillem MarchColors by: Tomeu MoreyLetters by: Clayton Cowles CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR COPY! The rogue vs. rogue storyline continues in Batman #88 as four of the Dark Knight’s foes in Riddler, Penguin, Deathstroke,...

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Ant-Man #1 (Review)

Ant-Man #1 (Review)

Ant-Man: World Hive #1Marvel Comics Written by: Zeb WellsArt by: Dylan BurnettColors by: Mike SpicerLetters by: VC’s Cory Petit CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR COPY! Marvel Comics thrive on their diversity of personalities found in their core group of heroes. Where the serious...

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