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    19 2014 August

    The Weekly Pull List – August 20th, 2014

    CHANGING UP THE DATE FORMAT, YO. How impressed are you? It’s comics time. What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    19 2014 August

    Higher, Further, Faster, More: Captain Marvel (volume 8) #1-6

    The title of the story arc (and this article) are actually an apt description of what fans of Carol Danvers can expect from these issues of this relaunched title. In between the last volume and the current volume,...

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    15 2014 August

    The Wake – Yo Fishing Ho. Let’s Go Save the Planet

    When Vertigo announced its defying new titles for its “relaunch” last year, the one that really caught my eye and stuck out was The Wake; an action-packed horror mermaid epic that spans millions of years....

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    12 2014 August

    The Weekly Pull List – August 12th, 2014

    Late in the day, but comics don’t arrive until tomorrow. Awesome, right? What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    11 2014 August

    Binary Gray Vol. 1

    What if you lived in a world of heroes? I mean real superheroes that fought in the streets, made the news, and you got to see them when you were a kid? Awesome, right? Well,...

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    08 2014 August

    The Goon – One For the Road One-Shot

    We’ve all been there, Saturday night, out with the boys to hit on some women and toss back a few cold ones. Going out for drinks is a pretty standard sort of thing to do...

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    07 2014 August

    Trees #1-3

    I’ve never seen a series slow play a plot like this before. The series, written by Warren Ellis, illustrated by Jason Howard, and produced by Image got lots of hype preceding the release of the series in...

First things first: I . . . LOVE . . . THIS . . . BOOK! Foundations in Comic Book Art by John Paul Lowe is definitely in a league of its own. Let’s face it, there are tons of the “How to Draw” books out there right now. You know the ones I’m talking...

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Trees #1-3

August 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

I’ve never seen a series slow play a plot like this before. The series, written by Warren Ellis, illustrated by Jason Howard, and produced by Image got lots of hype preceding the release of the series in May of 2014. The basic premise of the series is that ten years ago a bunch of gigantic cylindrical things landed...

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B-Movie Breakdown: The Protector 2

August 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

As some of you, dear readers, may know, Tony Jaa is one of the greatest marshal arts masters of our time and his movies are about as badass as you can get. Naturally, I was excited when I heard there was going to be, The Protector 2, coming out this month. However, some things are...

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The Weekly Pull List – August 6th, 2014

August 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Comics. Comics. Comics. Comics. Did you see Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend? Comics. Comics. Comics. Comics. What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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Ever since it first launched, Hawkeye has been plagued by delays. Fortunately, the series has been so consistently interesting and satisfying that those delays were easy to overlook: as long as the issues were good, Matt Fraction, David Aja, and Matt Hollingsworth could take all the time they needed. Although the last new issue of the title...

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Guardians of the Galaxy

August 4, 2014 | 1 Comments

Cast Chris Pratt – Peter Quill/Star Lord Zoe Saldana – Gamora Dave Bautista – Drax the Destroyer Vin Diesel – Groot Bradley Cooper – Rocket Lee Pace – Ronan Karen Gillan – Nebula Directed by James Gunn Written by James Gunn and Nicole Perlman Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and...

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The Mercenary Sea #6

August 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

In my book, there’s one cardinal rule when it comes to the “serial” genre, it’s the delivery of a solid cliffhanger ending whenever possible. Thank goodness that The Mercenary Sea, just in time for the final issue of their maiden arc, throws down a shocking doozy of a twist that’ll have you wondering if November...

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Tommy Alto – Atlas // Patterson

August 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s really easy to mess up a genre like math-pop. There are just so many opportunities where it can go wrong, and just the same, so many areas where it can go right. Tommy Alto manages to hit all of the sweet spots with their sophomore extended play, Atlas // Patterson.  Indie kids, listen up, because...

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Sidekick – Volume 1

July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’re ever looking for a superhero comic that is as authentic as it is dark and insane, you are going to want to read Image Comics’ Sidekick.  Sidekick is one of those comics where you have no idea where the story may take you, and in this case it takes us on a mad,...

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Con And Meta-Con: San Diego Comic-Con 2014

July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Back in 2011, I remember hearing an interview with Zachary Levi as he was preparing to launch Nerd HQ to run concurrently with San Diego Comic-Con. He envisioned a San Diego that became like Austin during the SXSW Festival; a host of parties, off-site events and shows attended by con-goers and non-con-goers alike could attend...

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