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Reviews

  1. 3Dethklok #1 Image

    Dethklok #1

    Dethklok is one of those cases where this whole trick “transmedia” thing might not work out as well as we’re led to believe.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Charles Webb October 12, 2010
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    Massive Awesome #1

    Where would you ever see a piece of bacon and a pickle take on a band of little ninjas? In Massive Awesome , that’s where.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Karyn Pinter October 12, 2010
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    American Vampire #7

    Of all the classic environments where you’ve seen vampire stories, I bet you’ve never read a story about Las Vegas vampires in the 1930s.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Michael Roberts October 12, 2010
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    So... Buttons #2

    The second issue of So… Buttons is a more interesting and entertaining package than issue #1, which was also pretty terrific.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Jason Sacks October 12, 2010
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    So... Buttons #1

    A few weeks ago I reviewed Jonathan Baylis's latest issue of So.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Jason Sacks October 11, 2010
  6. 2.5Sunday Slugfest: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse Image

    Sunday Slugfest: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

    Adapted from Superman/Batman #8-13 (aka Superman/Batman: Supergirl or “The Supergirl from Krypton”) by Jeph Loeb and the late Michael Turner, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is the story of the reintroduction of Supergirl into the DC Universe! Karyn Pinter: Jason Sacks: Chris Kiser: Thom Young: Karyn Pinter: I’ve never been a huge fan of Supergirl.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Thom Young October 10, 2010
  7. 3.5Batman: Under the Red Hood Image

    Batman: Under the Red Hood

    Director: Brandon Vietti Writer: Judd Winick Producers: Bruce Timm, Bobbie Page, Alan Burnett (co-producer) Voiced by: Bruce Greenwood (Batman), Jensen Ackles (Red Hood), John DiMaggio (The Joker), Neil Patrick Harris (Nightwing), Jason Isaacs (Ra's al Ghul), Wade Williams (Black Mask) The annals of DC Comics' publishing history boast a virtually limitless array of titles that, if adapted to film or animation, would bring fanboys and girls to their knees in excitement.

    Movie Review Article Reviewed by Chris Kiser October 9, 2010
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    Buffy the Vampire Slayer #37

    "Last Gleaming" (part 2) Okay, before I get into the review, let me stress that I think of the Bullet scoring system as a range, not a single unit.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate October 9, 2010