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    Wolverine and the X-Men #30

        Idie “Oya” Okankwo has been one of my favorite new mutant characters that has been introduced over the past few years of lackluster mutant events.  Her defecti

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    X-Men #1

    That’s it. The much anticipated adjectiveless X-Men, starring an all female roster, written by Brian Wood and penciled by Olivier Coipel is certainly reading expectations (if not exceeding som

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    New Avengers #6

    The Team
    Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Steve Epting

    New Avengers and Avengers are both written by Jona

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    Justice League Of America #4

    The Team
    Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Brett Booth

    From the very first issue Justice League Of America has been thrilling. T

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    B.P.R.D.: Vampire #3 (of 5)

    Things begin to hit the fan this week as Agent Anders’ quest to wipe out a vampire covenant takes him face to face with demons, both internally and externally. But as Anders uncover answers, m

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    Five Ghosts #3

    Fabian Gray gets taken to the forgotten city of Shangri-La. He is told that his connection to the ghosts that give him power are from a connection to the very essence of fiction, and that connection

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    Miniature Jesus #2

        An F-5 tornado has often been called “The Finger of God.”  However, after reading Ted McKeever’s Miniature Jesus #2, we can say with certainty th

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    Superior Spider-Man #10

    I never thought this was a good idea.  Last year in the build-up to the historic Amazing Spider-Man #700, it was heavily hinted that the foundations of the Spidey universe were going

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    Accelerators #1

    In the not too distant future in an arena full of warriors from different eras are pitted against each other in a gladiator like event. There are no rules. There is no mercy. There is no escape. Onl

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    Uncanny Avengers #8AU

    An Age of Ultron tie in for the Uncanny Avengers—and instead of feeling like just an extension of AoU, it falls into place well within the lines of Uncanny Avengers as a series and takes Uncan

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