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  1. 4Solomon Kane: Red Shadows #1 (of 4) Image

    Solomon Kane: Red Shadows #1 (of 4)

    Let me preface this by saying that I'm not a die-hard Robert E. Howard fan, but his work is something that I've become familiar with through more modern adaptations, however loose they may be.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Joel Crabtree April 14, 2011
  2. 3.5Butcher Baker: The Righteous Maker #2 Image

    Butcher Baker: The Righteous Maker #2

    ADVANCE REVIEW! Butcher Baker: The Righteous Maker #2 will come out on April 13, 2011 With Butcher Baker: The Righteous Maker #2, we reveal the pitfalls of reviewing comic books issue by issue.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Danny Djeljosevic April 12, 2011
  3. 4Doom Patrol #21 Image

    Doom Patrol #21

    This is the type of issue that happens every so often in the Doom Patrol cycle, a re-evaluation of the status quo of stalwart mainstay Cliff Steele.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Shawn Hill April 11, 2011
  4. 2.5Brightest Day #23 Image

    Brightest Day #23

    If you happen to be a fan of one particular Bronze Age DC Comics character (who shall remain unnamed in this review for the sake of spoiler concerns), then Brightest Day #23 may very well leave you absolutely psyched.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Chris Kiser April 11, 2011
  5. 3.5Sunday Slugfest: Fear Itself #1 Image

    Sunday Slugfest: Fear Itself #1

    “The Serpent” Sin, the daughter of the Red Skull, has made an awesome discovery--a shameful secret that will rock the foundations of the Marvel Universe! Rafael Gaitan: Danny Djeljosevic: Ray Tate: Thom Young: Travis Walecka: Rafael Gaitan: Crossovers are usually not my cup of comics.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Thom Young April 10, 2011
  6. 4Paragon #7 Image

    Paragon #7

    I have been critical of Paragon in the past, for the most part because of its inconsistent quality; for every instance of the majestic, Kirbyesque "Battle Ganesh" you get something wonky and weird like "Undertow" and the end result is a bit of a jumble.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Kelvin Green April 9, 2011