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    17 2015 July

    The Incal

    It is a question of originality. In an age when new, novel, and inspired content needs virtually no middleman to travel on that tumultuous pathway from creation to consumption, it is hard to deny the...

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    16 2015 July

    Fistful of Frags

    The deathmatch. A game mode that stands out as a veteran in the world of video games. Halo, Call of Duty, and of course, Doom. The deathmatches in these games defined generations of gamers. There...

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    13 2015 July

    Archie #1 – Everything’s Archie!

    Over the past few years, Archie Comics has garnered commercial and critical success by adapting to the changing tastes and demands of their readers: they were the first major publisher to offer “day-and-date” digital comics,...

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    10 2015 July

    Revenger #1-4: 1-800-REVENGE

    The fact that both Mad Max and the Terminator are back on the silver screen in the year 2015 may say something about the lack of creativity in corporate Hollywood, but it also speaks to...

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    06 2015 July

    Constantine: The Hellblazer #1

    In the last decade, trench coat aficionado John Constantine and his ironclad lungs have found their way onto the big screen (2005’s Constantine), the slightly smaller screen (2014’s “Constantine” on NBC), and helmed a pair...

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    30 2015 June

    Superman #41 – Before Truth

    When DC Comics announced that cartoonist Gene Luen Yang would be taking over writing duties on Superman, I was intrigued since he isn’t usually thought of as a superhero comics creator. Yang is best known for his books American Born...

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    29 2015 June

    Truer Detective: Episode 2

    So if you haven’t ready my review from last week you can find that here. Feel free to go back and read it before you continue on this look at this review for the new episode of...

From Witches to Warriors, Mike Madrid covers the gamut of women heroes (I refuse to use the term heroines) in comics from the Golden Age of comics in his latest book, Divas, Dames & Daredevils. As Madrid puts it, Modern day comic book readers might be surprised at the broad spectrum of heroines [Grrrr] in Golden...

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Blitzen Trapper – VII

October 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Blitzen Trapper has released their seventh album VII on October 1st – two short years after American Goldwing.  This time around the band takes the countrified sound, a thread that has woven its way through previous releases, to a new level.  So does it work for the band or is it step too far in...

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Kodoja: Terror Mountain Showdown #1-3

October 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

The premise at the core of Kodoja’s story is… simple? Confusing? It’s hard to say, really. The twisting braided plotlines of Kodoja: Terror Mountain Showdown make it hard to follow at times, and the… unique art style adds another level of complexity on top of that....

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The Weekly Pull List – October 8, 2013

October 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

A great man once said, “Only through pictures can we tell a true story.” I don’t know who that was, but I made it up to sound cool. And here we are, as always, for another week of The Weekly Pull List. This week, the DTC staff as picked up a nice chunk of comics from...

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Trinity War #1-6

October 7, 2013 | 1 Comments

War. Different sides fighting for all they’re worth against their fellow man because every other avenue was exhausted. It’s epic, intense, and guarantees high drama – and even higher stakes.It’s the namesake of DC’s Trinity War event, and it’s what fans were promised for months before the launch. Orchestrated and written by some the best...

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If you live in the Bay Area, CA, then there is a really good chance you’ve heard of Isotope Comics in Hayes Valley in San Francisco. It’s one of the best comic shops in the city (hands down), and for good reason. Not only do they have ties with the great folks over at Comixology,...

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Gov’t Mule – Shout!

October 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Mule is back with another quality studio album with a twist. In what sounds like a first, this album comes with a second disc of the same songs sung by a guest vocalist....

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Previously In… Week of September 29, 2013

October 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

A little light on news this week. Seems like all the comic book companies are waiting until NYCC to announce anything big and there just didn’t seem to be anything big in the world of movies this week. Still, we have a few items from the music and video game categories to entertain you this...

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Raccoon Fighter – ZIL

October 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Raccoon Fighter is a blues-rock band out of Brooklyn, NY.  On October 1st they released their debut ZIL.  I’ll cut to the chase on this.  It’s a hard hitting, fuzzy guitar bombshell of an album that packs a lot into just under 25 minutes.  Full of bravado and swagger, this is the kind of album...

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Skullkickers has always promised the amazing and fantastical, and it’s that sort of epic scale of wacky adventure that I’ve come to expect from this series. And let me tell you, Skullkickers Volume 4 delivers with everything from island wilderness survival and giant horned apes, to mystical taverns and treks through the underworld....

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