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New Comics – Week of 24/08/2016

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Dark Horse BTVS Season 10 #30 Conan The Slayer #2 Dept H #5 Kingsway West #1 Tomb Raider 2016 #7 Usagi Yojimbo #157 Weird Detective #3 (of 5) DC Comics Action Comics #962 Batgirl #2 Blue Beetle Rebirth #1 Clean…

Staff Picks – Week of 17/08/2016

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Wonder Woman by George Perez Volume 1 George Perez, Len Wein & Greg Potter (w), George Perez & Bruce Patterson (a) DC Comics Chris says: I was so excited when I heard that DC were planning to re-release George Perez’s…

The Orbiting Pod Episode 213

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Welcome to Episode 213 of the Orbiting Pod, the Official Podcast of Eisner Award Winning Comic Store, Orbital Comics! This week, we wander into the tall grass with All Star Batman #1, learn that greed is god with The Black…

Orbital in Conversation Episode 204 – Joe Casey, Cecil Castellucci, Jose Pimienta & The 315 at SDCC!

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Our SDCC coverage continues as I sit down for another three riveting interviews. First, I catch up with writer Joe Casey (Sex, the upcoming All-America Comix) about what’s been happening since we last spoke.   I also chat with Cecil…

SUICIDE SQUAD: LIZ’S ‘WHAT IF?’ REVIEW

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Like a bag of rainbow-colored candy that turns out to be mostly black jellybeans, Suicide Squad is a frustratingly mixed experience. Not simply because of the bad aftertaste, but rather because it gave you a flavour for the good stuff…

New Comics – Week of 17/08/2016

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Dark Horse Aliens Defiance #3 Black Hammer #2 BPRD Hell On Earth #144 Briggs Land #1 Dark Horse Presents 2014 #25 House Of Penance #5 (of 6) DC Comics Aquaman #5 Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #1 Batman #5…

Staff Picks – Week of 10/08/2016

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Astro City: Honour Guard Kurt Busiek (w), Jesús Merino, Joe Infurnari, Gary Chaloner, Tom Grummett (a) Vertigo Comics Thomas says: I love Astro City. Busiek is one of the most consistently excellent writers in comics and especially regarding superhero comics…

SPOTLIGHT ON: THE JOKER

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There is no more indelible and iconic villain in the history of comics than the crown prince of crime. Making his first appearance in Batman No.1 in April 1940, the Joker was originally meant to be killed-off. But editorial intervention…