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    Black Beetle: No Way Out #2

    The first issue of Black Beetle was met with resounding praise from comic book critics across the board. It was recognized as a bold, fresh take on the vigilante hero trope we have seen so many ti

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    Daredevil #23

    Daredevil #23 is a great starting point for anyone curious about The Man Without Fear. It recounts his origin story, but in a way that isn't boring for people who know it, it has enough ref

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    Superior Spider-Man #4

    So, for those of you unfamiliar with the new status quo in The Superior Spider-Man, here's a little refresher course for you: Doc Ock decided to get all Freaky Friday with Peter Parker, and

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    X-O Manowar #10

    It’s a no holds barred issue, as Aric defends Earth against Trill and his approaching Vine armada! But Earth’s last chance lay in the hands of Aric’s old friend Gafti, as he make

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    Captain Marvel #10

    Carol Danvers has just received what could possibly be considered the worst news ever (for her at least—you try telling a pilot/superhero that she can’t fly anymore).

    Justice League #17

        

    In writing, be it for a movie, a no

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    Nova #1

    We have a new Nova in Sam Alexander, and while he’s no Richard Rider, Jeph Loeb clearly has big plans for the youngin’ as he picks up the helm as our new Nova. With the potential to no

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    Happy #4

    Grant Morrison's first creator-owned book at Image ends this week with issue #4 of Happy. Arguably weaker than earlier issues, Happy rushes towards its conclusion as hit man Nick Sax tracks do

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    Conan the Barbarian #13

    Writer: Brian Wood
    Art: Mirko Colak
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Letters: Richard Starkings & Comickraft

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    Saga #10

    Writer: Brian K. Vaughan
    Art: Fiona Staples
    Letters: FONOGRAPHIKS
    Publisher: Image Comics

     

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    Justice League of America #1

        At least the book has Martian Manhunter.
        The first issue of Justice

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    B.P.R.D. 1948 #5

    As Professor Bruttenholm and his team clean up the glass like deposits of enkeladite, a handful of B.P.R.D. agents make their last stand against the last batch of those dangerous inter-dimensional

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