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Are you Afraid of Darkseid? #1 (review)

Are you Afraid of Darkseid? #1 (review)

Teen Titan Ghost Stories October and Halloween create opportunities for scary stories and haunted tales. DC Comics joins in festivities with the Are You Afraid of Darkseid anthology. The collection of writers and artists use a Teen Titans campfire as the setting for a...

GUN HONEY #1 (REVIEW)

GUN HONEY #1 (REVIEW)

GUN HONEY #1 "The weapon you need, where you need it, when you need it-she`ll get it". A fetching slogan for the main protagonist Joanna Tan AKA Gun Honey the new graphic novel from TITAN Comics. When a gun smuggled into a prison leads to the escape of a dangerous...

blade runner: origins #6 (review)

blade runner: origins #6 (review)

BLADE RUNNER ORIGINS #6 Detective Cal Mareaux was last seen in a sticky situation in the final panels of issue 5 in Blade Runner Origins. The journey back to the slums of Cal`s former stomping ground was not a warm welcome by any stretch of the imagination. Issue six...

The Unbelievable Unteens #2 (Review)

The Unbelievable Unteens #2 (Review)

The Unbelievable Unteens #2 Unbelievable Unteens comic-book artist Jane Ito finds her world flipped upside down after discovering that the heroes from her comics were not so fictional and she herself was one of them and had powers. As she and the team of underdog...

Mazebook #1 (Review)

Mazebook #1 (Review)

MAZEBOOK #1 A lonely building inspector still grieving the loss of his puzzle-loving daughter receives a mysterious phone call one night from a girl claiming it's her and that she's trapped in the middle of a labyrinth. Convinced that this child is contacting him from...

THE WITCHER: WITCH`S LAMENT #4 (REVIEW)

THE WITCHER: WITCH`S LAMENT #4 (REVIEW)

The Witcher: Witch`s Lament #4 The Witcher: Witch`s Lament #4 dropped, and thus the ending of this mini-series is in sight. In the previous issue, we saw Giltine returning home. This should have been the end of Geralt`s latest quest. Things seem to rarely work out...

Superman ’78 #1 (Review)

Superman ’78 #1 (Review)

SUPERMAN '78 #1 "Superman '78" is a sequel to the 1978 Richard Donner-directed film Superman. Just like Sam Hamm and Joe Quinones' "Batman '89" (that I also reviewed a few weeks ago) took us back to the Burtonverse, this limited series takes us back to the...

Blade Runner: 2029 #7

Blade Runner: 2029 #7

Blade Runner: 2029 In 'Blade Runner: 2029 #6,' we got to see the replicant underground safely infiltrate Yotun`s facility to rescue Ash. They successfully launched an attack on a power station and gave Freysa up as their prisoner to gain the trust of Yotun. By: Titan...

The Unbelievable Unteens #1 (Review)

The Unbelievable Unteens #1 (Review)

The Unbelievable Unteens Sometimes it's better not knowing. Just close your eyes and hope that it all goes away. And by “it” I mean the ghost that's in your apartment. It's a ghost you had thought you invented for a comic series that you write and draw. Because that's...

Lucky Devil #1 (Review)

Lucky Devil #1 (Review)

Lucky Devil #1 What if being possessed by a demon is the best thing that's ever happened to you? That's the question that Dark Horse's newest miniseries, 'Lucky Devil' asks. It focuses on Stanley, a man whose mediocre life changes forever after he is possessed by a...

GOOD LUCK # 2 (REVIEW)

GOOD LUCK # 2 (REVIEW)

Good Luck # 2 It takes more than well wishes to succeed at most anything. Planning and practice are paramount to almost all pursuits in life and sometimes even that isn't enough. So as Team Hilde prepares for what is officially titled Field Test #001-Laka all members...

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