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New Captain Marvel series coming this Fall

CAPTAIN MARVEL #1 – Soaring Higher Than Ever Before This Fall! Continue reading New Captain Marvel series coming this Fall

Review: Squadron Sinister #1

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A New Spider-Man Series is Coming

Miles Morales Braves A Whole New Universe in SPIDER-MAN #1!

He’s the wallcrawler that made pop culture history and took the Ultimate Universe by storm. Now he’s ready to make history again, as he finds a new home in a completely new universe. Welcome to the Marvel Universe Miles Morales – hope you survive the experience! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce SPIDER-MAN #1 – a brand-new ongoing series starring Miles Morales coming later this year. Comic superstars and Miles Morales co-creators Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli begin the story that will have the whole world talking!

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New Comics for June 24th, 2015

Each and every Wednesday sees brand new comic books hit store shelves, and we have your complete list of everything from Marvel, DC, Image, and all the publishers you know and love. To find a comic book retailer in your area go to Comic Shop Locator. Now, on to the list, courtesy of PreviewsWorld.com! Continue reading New Comics for June 24th, 2015

The CBI Retro-Review: Punisher #4 Vol. 2

Punisher_Vol_2_4Script: Mike Baron
Art & colors: Klaus Janson
Letters: Ken Bruzenak

“The Rev”

The Punisher, while on a resupply mission, inadvertently uncovers a plot, set up by a new age cult, to cleanse our society. He doesn’t like this one bit, and sets out to do what he does best.

First off, a little set up. This is came out in November 1987. It was a different world back then, trust me, I remember. Mike Baron’s story is perfectly set for this time period. This just like watching a crime movie set in the eighties. The flow of the story was fantastic. No skips, going from a routine arms resupply, onto a full on investigation of a corrupt organization. Continue reading The CBI Retro-Review: Punisher #4 Vol. 2

Comics You Should Have Read By Now: JLA/Avengers

Hello, Geeks, and welcome to our latest installment of Comics You Should Have Read By Now. For those of you joining us for the first time, we make it our mission with this article to highlight the best works that the industry has to offer. But while this sounds pretty straightforward, it is somewhat tricky to quantify, as different things can be the “best works” for entirely different reasons. Things can be good for thought-provoking stories, or for beautiful artwork, or for a profound message. Sometimes, a comic can move you with ingenious storytelling that pushes the limits of the medium. Today’s selection, though, manages to do something entirely different: it represents what I think think to be the greatest fan book to ever grace comic shops.  That’s because today we’ll be taking a look at the most epic comic crossover of all time, JLA/Avengers.
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New Comics for June 17th, 2015

Each and every Wednesday sees brand new comic books hit store shelves, and we have your complete list of everything from Marvel, DC, Image, and all the publishers you know and love. To find a comic book retailer in your area go to Comic Shop Locator. Now, on to the list, courtesy of PreviewsWorld.com! Continue reading New Comics for June 17th, 2015

Review: 1602 WITCH HUNTER ANGELA #1

Marvel’s Secret Wars event has allowed for a lot of creativity and, dare I say, freedom in the story-telling associated with the event. Tie-ins starring Zombies, 5 different Ghost Riders, and even an entire police force made up of every imaginable Thor are only a few examples of this piecemealed patchwork planet turned painted paper-panel playwrights’ playground, and Marvel is truly giving longtime fans a treat. With so many tie-ins, however, there’s bound to be one or two that simply overdo the premise. It’s cool to bring different parts of the Marvel U and smash them together for something awesome, but sometimes things just don’t work. 1602 Witch Hunter Angela #1 is this in a nutshell. While the ish is delivered well, it fails to feel fully important to fans of 1602 as a universe or Angela as a character.

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First Look: Spider-Island #1

The arachnid-infested Manhattan returns on Battleworld this July! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look at SPIDER-ISLAND #1 – a double dose of 8-legged madness from two exciting creative teams! Continue reading First Look: Spider-Island #1