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    27 2015 January

    The Weekly Pull List – January 28th, 2015

    Are you ready for some comics? I’m ready for some comics. It’s that time of the week  and we want to know… What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    27 2015 January

    Copperhead #1-5

    Copperhead is, more or less, a sci-fi western. The first arc of the series revolves around a murder mystery. If those two sentences haven’t convinced to run out and pick up this title, I’m not sure...

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    20 2015 January

    The Weekly Pull List – January 21st, 2015

    Are you ready for some comics this week, folks? I can’t hear you! I said, ARE YOU READY FOR SOME COMIC BOOKS THIS WEEK, FOLKS? I’m going to take that as a yes. Good. What’s...

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    13 2015 January

    The Weekly Pull List – January 14, 2015

    This is a pretty major week for comics. Star Wars #1 from Marvel launches and seeing that it has over 1 million pre-orders, I think that’s pretty monumental. Strangely, only one of our writers is pulling...

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    08 2015 January

    Dark Ages #1-4

    Dark Ages’s story centers around a group of “seen it all” hardened mercenaries (who are probably all only three days away from retirement) in the medieval era. They find themselves at the center of a massive...

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    06 2015 January

    The Weekly Pull List – January 7th, 2014

    Hi there! Reading comics this week? We sure are! How many short sentences can I add here? Oh no! That was a long one! Read comics! Do it! What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    05 2015 January

    Kingdom of the Wicked

    The “elevator pitch” of Kingdom of the Wicked is an intriguing one: a renowned author of children’s books suffers a stress-induced breakdown and finds himself in the imaginary world he created as a child. Of course,...

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Inferno by Dan Brown

July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Harvard symbology professor Robert Langdon is at it again. First, it was the holiest of offsprings and a secret society in author Dan Brown’s first book, The Da Vinci Code. Then it was another secret society, as well as anti-matter, helicopter hijinx and the Vatican in Angels and Demons. Then, yet again, another secret society (noticing...

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Verhoven – Verhoven

July 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

As it turns out, the life of a young professional is a lot busier than the life of a more-or-less unemployed recent college graduate. As I write, lunch is taking place around me. People are coming and going, smells are mingling, and I’m listening to a brand spankin’ new self-titled EP from Verhoven, an indie-pop...

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Sick Puppies – Connect

July 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s been a little while since I’ve really listened to hard rock that I liked. Most of the time I stick to the old hard rock I listened to back in the late 90’s-early 2000’s era, with the exception of the newest albums from those bands (example Shinedown, Foo Fighters, Thirty Seconds to Mars.) However,...

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July 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Some of you may have joined me this past weekend in seeing the new movie R.I.P.D., but for those of you who were waiting until DestroyTheCyborg! gave you our honest opinion, I’m here to satiate your cravings. R.I.P.D. (an acronym so obvious even the lead character says “duh”) takes an interesting premise from the Dark Horse comic...

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No, you’re eyes do not deceive you [reader who has been with us for over two years]. Our esteemed writer, Matt Brier, gave us a review of this series some time ago.  But, having recently come upon the series myself, and the series being further along than it was at the time of the first...

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Mind the Gap #11

July 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you are reading Jim McCann and Sami Basri’s Mind the Gap then I’d really love to know your take on the comic. In the meantime, here are my thoughts up through issue #11. First, it’s one of those comics you can’t take to lightly. You really have to study the art and look closely at...

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The only nerds are male. The only people who enjoy comic book movies are teenage boys and men who haven’t grown up. Girls don’t want to be superheroes. Myth or reality? It seems that your average person in today’s society would disagree would call “myth,” with the  world is changing, like the X-Men evolving, into a...

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I’m a bit in awe right now because this is my FIRST Batwoman post. I wish I had begun with Batwoman #1, but as luck would have it, I didn’t discover DestroyTheCyborg until recently, so here I am with issue #22. This actually isn’t a bad place to begin, as the first story arc took...

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Like many comics enthusiast, when I hear of a new release, I often buy that first issue to give it a try. Hey, I’m even more of a loyalist than that; I’ll often buy the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and even a 5th issue, trying to give the benefit of the doubt to the creators of...

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Deadpool Kills Deadpool #1

July 17, 2013 | 1 Comments

Short Version: Deadpool does battle with himself. Long Version: A mysterious figure (who is most definitely Deadpool) is traveling across the multiverse  and doing his best to wipe out every and any other Deadpools he comes across. Longest Version: Written by Cullen Bunn and illustrated by Salva Espin, this four-issue mini-series is the third installment...

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