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Hungry for Evil? Why Wait: ‘Irredeemable’ #18 [Review]

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Right now there are approximately two things that Superman or a Superman-analogue character can do to inspire vitriolic hatred. The first is to take a walking tour of major U.S. cities while using his powers to settle local problems. And

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Nothing is Bad: Chaos War #1 [Review]

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"Chaos War" has had me both excited and worried since it was first announced. On the one hand it's another story in Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente's saga of Hercules and Amadeus Cho. On the other hand, it's a crossover mini-event, complete with the massive cast and numerous tie-ins that involves. Pak

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Delivers on the Title by Page Two: Skullkickers #1 [Review]

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I make no claims of being an expert on all matters both dungeon and dragon related, but I will proudly admit to having rolled a 20-sided die or two in my time. And one thing that's been fairly consistent across all the fantasy role-playing games I've experienced in my life is certain amount of disconnect between the players and the setting. Beca

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The Infinity Gauntlet: Now For Kids!

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Let's say, hypothetically, you awake one morning to find yourself tied to a chair with a burlap sack placed over your head and the distinct sensation of tranquilizers wearing off throughout your bloodstream. The

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Choose Your Own Adventure Wisely: The Unwritten #17 [Review]

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When I was a kid I read a lot of Choose Your Own Adventure books, because it was the late 1980s and it was the thing to do at the time. Other generations had stickball or kick the can or hula hoops. We had sentences like

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‘Avengers’ #4 and Other Travels in Space and Time [Review]

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It's been said that in all of history you'd only need to ever hold one time traveler's convention. Simply name a date and a place and theoretically every intrepid chrononaut should eventually find out when to show up and then fuss with whatever buttons, dials, toggles and/or noise making light-filled tubes are required to make sure they show up at that precise moment of being properly late enough to be cool. Peop

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Never Say Die: Wolverine Weapon X #16 [Review]

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There's a flashback in issue 16 of "Wolverine Weapon X," where, sitting by the grave of Jean Grey, Nightcrawler consoles a mourning Logan by telling him "But trust me, we will see her again." This one-shot is an

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This Timing Sucks: Ultimate Avengers 3 #1 / X-Men #2 [Review]

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Back when Marvel announced that the X-Men were going to be fighting vampires, it made a number of people upset. For the most part these were X-Men fans annoyed that their favorite heroes were getting dragged into a battle with flavor-of-the-moment monsters while the rest of the Marvel Universe was off having fun in the new Heroic Age. But one vo

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Amazing Spider-Man #639: Remember When That Thing You Remember Didn’t Happen? [Review]

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SPOILERS FOLLOW.

I was under the impression that we -- and in the subset of "we" I'm including the people who read comics and the people who make comics --had all quietly come to an understanding. I had thought we'd all agre

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Being Green: Still Not Easy – ‘World War Hulks: Captain America Vs Wolverine’ #2 [Review]

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It somehow doesn't seem appropriate that a comic about Marvel's heroes being infused with gamma radiation and each turned into their own variant version of the Hulk should evoke anything more complex than simple, visceral thoughts from me. In a

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