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Review: LODGER #1 Is A New, Mysterious Thriller From The Laphams

Lodger is a new crime comic out this week by David and Maria Lapham (Stray Bullets), and it's a captivating ride sure to get...
Dead Rabbit

Interview: Gerry Duggan And John McCrea Take On Corporate America With...

Dead Rabbit, by creators Gerry Duggan and John McCrea, is a brand new on-going crime title from Image Comics. The book tells the tale...
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Jessica Jones Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg Is Leaving Marvel TV

There's a big shakeup in the works at Marvel TV. No doubt the Netflix division is having some changes.Creator Melissa Rosenberg is leaving Jessica Jones...
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Review: THE WHISPER Wave 1 Reminds Us Why We Love Comics

The Whisper Wave 1 is an independent anthology comic compiled and illustrated by Jamie Jones, with stories written by Jones, Vita Ayala, Matthew Jones, Ryan...
Dry County

Review: DRY COUNTY #1 Is A Unique Blend Of ‘Indie’ and...

Dry County #1, the latest Image Comics title by Rich Tomasso, blends the autobiographical nature of indie comics with classic noir/crime elements to give the...
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Cara Delevingne Joins Orlando Bloom in Amazon’s ‘Carnival Row’

Amazon has finally cast the second half of Carnival Row’s leading couple, announcing that the role will be filled by rising star Cara Delevingne...
Spy Seal

‘Spy Seal’ #1 Is A Solid Mix Of Childlike Whimsy And...

You could easily be forgiven for mistaking Rich Tommaso's Spy Seal #1, out today from Image Comics, as a children's story. With its simple art...

REVIEW: Spencer & Locke #1

Spencer & Locke may have the best elevator pitch for any story ever; "What if Calvin & Hobbes grew up in Sin City?" That alone offers immense...

Review: Weird Detective #1

“The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents.” In the opening lines...

Review: Fatale #2 Not Even God Can See You When You...

Written by:  Ed Brubaker Art by: Sean Phillips Cover by: Sean Phillips Publisher: Image Still white-hot from the hype-machine of the interweb, Fatale has once again sold out...

Fatale #1 ” Death Chases Me” Review

Written by:  Ed Brubaker Art by: Sean Phillips Cover by: Sean Phillips Publisher: Image Hot off the heels of Criminal "The Last of the Innocent", the team of...
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