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Review: Blüdhaven Transforms In The Action Packed NIGHTWING #47

Nightwing #47 by Ben Percy, Chris Mooneyham, Nick Filardi and Klaus Janson packs an impressive amount of action and emotion in a beautifully illustrated and taut narrative. Dick...

Review: HIT-GIRL #4 Ends Its First Arc With A Surprising Amount Of Heart

Hit-Girl #4  by Mark Millar, Ricardo Lopez Ortiz, Sunny Gho, and Melina Mikulic brings its first arc to an end with a story that finds some...

Review: KICK-ASS #4 Creates A Chaotic and Frantic Reading Expirience

Kick-Ass #4 by Mark Millar, John Romita Jr., Peter Steigerwald, and John Workman explodes with what is basically one long action-scene that ends in...

First Look: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN No. 800 Variant Covers

On May 30, The Amazing Spider-Man will punch its ticket into the record books with the release of issue No. 800, which will also...

Review: HIT-GIRL #3 Is Packed With The Most Action We Have Seen In This Series

Hit-Girl #3 is the most action-packed issue yet in this fabulously frantic and joyously violent Image Comics' series by  Mark Millar, Ricardo Lopez Ortiz, Sunny Gho,...

Review: KICK-ASS #3 Introduces Its Supervillain And Raises The Stakes

Kick-Ass #3 by Mark Millar, John Romita Jr., Peter Steigerwald, and John Workman introduces a deadly new supervillain and places Kick-Ass in her most dangerous...

Review: HIT-GIRL #2 Is Violent, Fun and Relentless (And Not For The Faint of Heart)

Hit-Girl returns to Image Comics, and Mark Millar, Ricardo Lopez Ortiz, Sunny Gho, and Melina Mikulic imbue the title with all the over-the-top action, violence...

Review: KICK-ASS #2 Takes Its Main Character Into A More Heroic Direction

With Kick-Ass #2, Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. raise the stakes as Patience Lee's motivation for putting on a mask changes and she...

DC COMICS Unveils BLACK LABEL Creator-Led Line

The latest initiative by DC Entertainment will tab some of the most-talented and well-known creators and pair them with some of its most-important characters...
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