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Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Magneto To The Walking Dead

  Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns from Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They take on a huge range of comics this week, including trade deluxe editions and omnibus editions–kudos for including those, …

That Cable And X-Force/Uncanny X-Force Crossover

Here it comes, folks the Cable And X-Force/Uncanny X-Force crossover you’ve all been waiting for, courtesy of Amazon… Cable and X-Force Volume 4 Father and daughter are reunited as Cable’s and Hope’s separate missions converge! Cable has finally solved one …

Cammy’s Covers – Breath Of Bones To Red Sonja

Cameron Hatheway writes; Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem #3 by Dave Wachter Clayface wishes he was this cool looking! The glorious coloring and texture of the golem front and center really allows the audience to observe every …

The Polyamory And Fluid Sexuality In Uncanny X-Force

Mike Hogan writes; When the creative team behind the new volume of Uncanny X-Force was announced, I wondered if Sam Humphries would bring the same kind of boundary-challenging ideas that we’ve seen in Our Love is Real to the new …

Nineteen Thoughts About Nineteen Comics – Superman Unchained, Suicide Squad, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Walking Dead, Avenging Spider-Man, The Crow, Green Lantern Corps, Bravest Warriors, Six Gun Gorilla, Breath Of Bones, Batgirl, Supurbia, Manhattan Projects, Savage Wolverine, Wolverine, Uncanny X-Force, A1 And The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys

Superman Unchained #1 makes a lot of fuss about the foldout page (video here). But my favourite is one panel tucked away near the back. Big weapons, small church… Talking of weapons, why can’t Obama hire Harley Quinn as his …

The Surprise Lowe Down From Uncanny X-Force #1

We recently ran a bunch of Marvel AR videos from last week… and discovered a stray AR from Uncanny Avengers on the final unmarked page by mistake. No sooner had we told Marvel than they fixed it. And here it …

Pottymouth Betsy Braddock

Betsy Braddock, brought up into British nobility, schooled at the most expensive boarding schools in the land, university educated, a charter pilot… what went wrong? Was it the purple hair, becoming a model, joining the X-Men or swapping out your …

Pop Culture Hounding Ken Kristensen And Ryan Estrada

Chris Thompson writes; Marvel Now! ends on a high (at least for us) with Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie’s Young Avengers #1, and Sam Humphries & Ron Garney’s Uncanny X-Force #1. If that’s not enough, we also have TWO big …

Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Hawkeye, Empowered, All-New X-Men, Nightwing, Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Moloch, A Plus X, Ultimates, Uncanny X-Force, Saga, MacGyver, Supreme,

Catwoman finds that deliriously happy spot between detailed, convincing artwork and bouncy, fluid expression. None better than shown here, a party in full swing, with so man moments to pore over. Even the lines of the speech balloons seem to …

Making A Scheduling Sacrifice

Bleeding Cool did a lot of posting about Sam Humphries and Dalton Rose‘s micro-distributed series Sacrifice. But then it seemed to disappear, just as Humphries started to get headhunted by the bigger publishers. Now it’s back. And monthly. And they’re …

A Comic Show – Night Owls, Now With Added With Echo

Aaron and Tom from A Comic Shop in Florida look through the week’s comics. From their own personal bat cave, in preparation… and here’s Uncanny X-Force, Avengers Vs X-Men, Avengers, Wolverine And The X-Men, Batman, Nightwing, Wonder Woman, Justice League, …

Dealing Cool #4: A Retailer Perspective from Black Cat Comics

Welcome to the fourth installment of Dealing Cool, our new regular feature which shares retailer perspectives from among the racks and behind the register. Today, we’re proud to present insight from Greg Gage of Black Cat Comics. Enjoy!     …

Shop Talk – Batman Incorporated, New 52 Fourth Printings, And More Uncanny X-Force

The holidays certainly threw things a little out of whack when it comes to last week’s new books, but here are some of the books we talked about with retailers, from books shipped December 21, 2011. We start off with …