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I Am A Barbarian: A Classic Fit for New Fans

Experience the classic barbaric tale.

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Jinx Makes the Bendis-Speak Work

Bendis? Brian Michael Bendis? He wrote this?

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Dungeons & Dragons Annual 2022: Prepare Your Next Campaign

You start at a tavern…Wait, no, it’s the Feywild now.

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Godzilla Rivals Vs. Battra Gets Goji Right

Godzilla rules in all art forms!

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Review: Amazing Spider-Man #6 is a Disappointing Milestone

Bobby reviews Amazing Spider-Man #6, which commemorates both the 900th issue of Amazing Spider-Man and the 60th anniversary of Spider-Man.

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Superman: Space Age and Hope In A Hopeless World

What does it mean to have hope?

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End After End: Get Ready to Die Another Day

The cannon fodder takes the stage.

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Ant-Man #1 Recaptures the Energy of the Silver Age Perfectly

Al Ewing and Tom Reilly’s Ant-Man #1, the first in a six part series, perfectly recaptures the energy of the Silver Age, writes Jordan Edwards.

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Echolands: Book One is the Start of An Epic Story

Some stories start out gentle. They take you by the hand and slowly get you accustomed to the story, the world, and the characters, so that you’re comfortable diving in further. Echolands is not one of those stories. It immediately drops you into a sprawling world, in the middle of a chase scene, with only […]

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The Brother of All Men: A Nation Defined by Annihilation

Reagan Anick reflects on The Brother of All Men #1 and what it has to say about Canada’s tendency to brush our history under the rug.