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    25 2014 November

    The Weekly Pull List – November 26th, 2014

    Continued from last week: I stormed down the stairs, from my room without care. “There is still time, this day!” the thought racing through my mind. So much to do in such little time, and...

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    24 2014 November

    Jack Katz’s The First Kingdom Volume 6

    They say that the end is a good place to start, but that’s usually about writing. While reading Volume 6 of The First Kingdom I was at times wishing I’d read the first five, although...

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    18 2014 November

    The Weekly Pull List – November 19th, 2014

    *Opens window to the winter wonderland that is West Michigan* You there! Reader! What day is it? You reply, “Why, it’s New Comic Books Day Eve, sir!” To which I reply, “Then there’s still time!” (I’m...

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    11 2014 November

    The Weekly Pull List – November 12th, 2014

    How’s your week going? Good? Ready for comics? I know I am. Dang. I mean, we’ve got some pretty great stuff coming this week. I could talk and talk about it, but how about we...

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    05 2014 November

    Extra-Ordinary – An Interview with Rob Williams

    Over the past decade, British comic book writer Rob Williams has established an impressive and eclectic resume, including stints writing for the classic anthology series 2000 AD (Judge Dredd, Low Life, The Grievous Journey of Ichabod...

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    05 2014 November

    Saga #24

    The other day, I realized I was five issues behind on this series. Sometimes I enjoy reading a few issues of a series at once, rather than read an issue each month (especially with this...

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    04 2014 November

    Southern Bastards #5 – Gridiron

    Although it’s one of my favorite new series, I find myself approaching each new issue of Southern Bastards with a bit of trepidation, unsure of what writer Jason Aaron and artist Jason Latour have in store...

Michigan based indie rockers Line of Best Fit released a 2-song album on May 24th entitled I Left My Heart in Last Year. Much like judging a book by its cover, reviewing a band based on a 2-song album feels a little wrong. Even if these 2 songs are the best the band has ever produced (and...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Old Hob

June 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

I didn’t think too much of Old Hob when he appeared in the first few issues of TMNT. I thought he was boring, uninspired, exceedingly one dimensional, and from an artistic standpoint, just plain bland – He’s a cat man with an eyepatch. But writer Jason Ciaramella and artist David Wachter have simply shattered everything I thought...

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Gearhead

June 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Gearhead was another C2E2 2013 purchase of mine. The conversation leading up the purchase went as such, “What’s this comic about?” “A girl who beats people up with a giant wrench.” At which point, I thrust a fist full of cash into the hands of Kevin Mellon and walked away with a copy of the...

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Man Overboard – “Heart Attack”

June 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

This is just the summer of new music, let me tell you. Everywhere you look there’s new bands coming out of nowhere and old favorite coming out with new material, and this review is more of the latter. Maybe you noticed, and more likely, maybe you didn’t but a year or so ago (maybe two)...

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Captain Marvel #13

Captain Marvel #13

June 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

First, let me just say that I have been a HUGE fan of Captain Marvel since this comic was released one year ago. And to be honest, that is saying a lot.  Typically, the art work is one of the first things to hook me on a comic, second only to the writing.  But while...

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The Black Dahlia Murder – Everblack

June 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Many people talk about how good singing comes from your diaphragm. However, in the case of Trevor Strnad from The Black Dahlia Murder, I would say he draws his eardrum pounding growls and hair-raising screams from another source—his beer gut. Or Satan. We can’t be sure, but the point is that wherever it does come from...

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Private Eye #2 – Setting Up For Payoff

June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin are at it again with the new comic series Private Eye. Issue 2 came out in May, and not a whole lot has changed, and that’s a good thing. P.I. continues to learn more about who this Taj is and why she wants to learn what kind of dirt...

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Animal Man #21

June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Animal Man #21 finally finds Buddy Baker/Animal Man outta the movies, back in costume, and back on the streets, where he belongs. It is far from the way it was, however. Doesn’t take long to understand that Baker is off his game and still reeling from the death of his son, Cliff, whom he tried...

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Dream Thief #1

Dream Thief #1

June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

A little awhile ago some of us here at DestroyTheCyborg! went to this little convention called C2E2–maybe you’ve heard of it–and maybe you saw my post about new releases from Dark Horse. Well, the first of these new releases is the book Dream Thief; a mystery/thriller mini series written by Jai Nitz with art by...

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Batman #21: Zero Year

June 18, 2013 | 1 Comments

Wednesday hit us with another issue of Scott Snyder’s Batman, and it’s a doozie. Kicking off the 11-issue story, Batman #21 introduces us to the Dark Knight… again. Origin stories are always iffy for big names like Batman, especially since we all know the story of Bruce Wayne who, no spoiler alert required, watched his...

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