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Let’s Go Karaoke Review: A Solid Entry Into Manga!

How does Satomi, a choir boy, get involved with the yakuza? That is quite simple he is brought in by Kyouji to sing in the quarterly Yakuza karaoke competition! Wait what?

New Mutants #25 Feels Like a True Successor to Inferno (1989)

A new arc tied to a familiar past kicks off in @definitelyvita and @RodReis’s New Mutants #25, here’s our review.

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Free Comics Book Day: Avengers/X-Men #1 Kicks off Another Universal Clash

Another universal clash kicks off in Free Comic Book Day: Avengers/X-Men #1, the prequel to Marvel’s summer event Judgement Day.

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The Panic #1 is a Horror Story About Our Present

It’s time to panic.

The Amazing Spider-Man #1 is a Great Jumping-On Point

Wondering if Zeb Wells and John Romita Jr’s Amazing Spider-Man #1 is a great place to start? Josh Brown has the answer you!re seeking!

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Wolverine #20 Finds Logan and Deadpool Teaming Up

It’s a canuck combo as Wolverine and Deadpool team up in Wolverine #20 by Benjamin Percy and Adam Kubert and Josh is here to tell you all about it.

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And Then I Woke Up: A Terrifyingly Original Story

Josh reviews the new horror novella ‘And Then I Woke Up from Malcolm Devlin.

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Second Chances: Why the Noir Genre Still Works

Image Comics presents a new noir tale. in the form of Second Chances

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Once & Future Vol 4: A Gorgeous Book that Could Be More

If you think your morning commute couldn’t get any worse, imagine if a Gorgon showed up in the middle of your town and turned you to stone with a stare. That is a very real possibility in Once & Future Vol 4, in which Britain and Otherworld have fully merged under the power of an […]

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From Gotham to Hollywood: A Review of ‘Batman’s Batman’

Josh reviews Batman film producer Michael E. Uslan’s newest book, ‘Batman’s Batman.’