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Reviews: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 & The Fox #1

CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA #2 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Robert Hack

After quite the lengthy hiatus, Sabrina is back! While I did just address the unfortunate gap between issues, I feel it’s best to not point fingers and rejoice over the fact that this great title has resumed. 409 more words

Busby's New Comic Book Day, April 15th, 2015

I’m just collecting my books today, April 17th, despite NCBD being on Wednesday. I’m trying to make my posts congruent from week to week, to help me keep track of what I collect and post. 539 more words

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(Reblog) Daredevil Lives Here: The Geography of Hell's Kitchen

This is a reblog of a post I wrote recently for another blog, Constant Geography, I wanted to share with our comic book audience. Daredevil is a title incorporating a wide spectrum of geographical themes. 2,177 more words

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Rocket Raccoon: A Chasing Tale

Title: Rocket Raccoon, Vol. 1: A Chasing Tale
Author: Skottie Young
Original Publication Date: March 3rd, 2015
Original Price: $24.99 (Hardcover) 241 more words

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REVIEW: Convergence #2

(DC Comics, 2015)

Written by Jeff King
Art by Jason Paz and Carlo Pagulayan
Color Artwork by Peter Steigerwald
Lettered by Travis Lanham

This issue could easily have been subtitled “A Tale of Two Batmen” as Jeff King brings the much older, weathered and chemically dependent Batman of Earth 2 and the younger, more idealistic pre-Flashpoint DCU Batman face to face in the midst of the chaos and turmoil of the Convergence event. 793 more words

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REVIEW: Reyn #4

(Image Comics, 2015)

Writer: Kel Symons
Art: Nate Stockman
Colors: Paul Little
Lettering and Design: Pat Brosseau

When the sorceress Seph was injured, Reyn scaled the Haunted Peaks to return Seph to her father and the Follows of Teck to be healed. 874 more words

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Review: Convergence #0

I was a little worried going into “Convergence” that I would be lost in some way. I don’t do well with very complex space/time type stories, and I just remember what kind of time I had reading (and understanding) the original… 267 more words

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