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deadpool
deadpool

Deadpool #8 (REVIEW)

When I first read issue 7, I had no idea where it was going; a random “flashback” issue felt out of place coming right after a 6 issue arc about Deadpool re-killing some dead presidents.  Issue 8 picks up where issu...
 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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batman-incorporated
batman-incorporated

Batman Incorporated #10 (REVIEW)

Following the events of Damien’s death, the Batman Incorporated story line has seemed a little lost in direction and emotion.  Where the previous issue dealt with the recent death, this issue seems to be more of Batman...

 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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the-young-avengers
the-young-avengers

Young Avengers #4 (REVIEW)

The Young Avengers and I have a very complicated love-hate relationship. Ok, it’s not very complicated. Long story short, I fell in love with these young superheroes and their last arc (Avengers: Children’s Crusade) broke my he...
 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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daredevil
daredevil

Daredevil #25 (REVIEW)

After reading issue 25 of Daredevil, only one word comes to mind: amazing! While most issues from this series have focused on narrative with few action sequences, this issue is almost all action.  It picks up where the last iss...

 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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lil-gotham
lil-gotham

Batman: Lil’ Gotham #1 (REVIEW)

I think that we can all agree that Batman has been through the ringer recently.  “The Death of the Family” storyline left everyone in the Bat family scarred, battered, and bruised.  The fact that is was followed so closely by t...
 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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the-superior-spiderman
the-superior-spiderman

The Superior Spider-Man #8 (REVIEW)

I must admit; I have been skeptical of the Doc-Oc-Spidey ever since he was revealed in Amazing Spider-Man #698.The villain as the hero rarely works and marvel always finds a way to rewrite the villain as a hero (i.e. Venom).  I...

 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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guardians-of-the-galaxy
guardians-of-the-galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy #1 (REVIEW)

I want you to think back to the first time you ever watched the beginning of a great sci-fi franchise, and I mean really try to replicate how you felt during those starting moments, those little moments that make you a fan of s...
 
 
COMIC BOOK
 
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the-underwater-welder
the-underwater-welder

The Underwater Welder (REVIEW)

I know, I know.  I am late to the party, but once I read it I just had to review this book. The Underwater Welder came out in the middle of 2012, and I can now understand why it shot so quickly to the top of so many peoples lis...

 
 
NERD LIFE
 

A Nerd Niche: A Review of Lexington’s 2013 Comic and Toy Convention (REVIEW)

Having lived in Portland, Oregon since I was old enough to know what comic books were, embracing the weird, the random, and the nerdy is practically in my blood. Batman walking down the street, beer in hand, unshaven hippies de...