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Review: Uncanny X-Men #23

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During the Original Sin event, some of the deepest, darkest secrets of the Marvel universe are being revealed. Even though Uncanny X-Men isn’t a direct tie-in to Original Sin, Brian Michael Bendis is taking this opportunity to bring forth a dark secret in Charles Xavier’s past with “The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier”.

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Review: Spread #1

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Justin Jordan has been on a nice role over at Image Comics. First he put out his collection of Luther Strode volumes, with the third and last being worked on now. Then Jordan put out Dead Body Road. His next project sees him tackling the horror genre with Spread, which is a mixture of The Walking Dead and John Wayne as the star. We’re taken to an Earth overrun by a deadly disease that turns humans into these rabid creatures. We meet No, who appears to be immune to the virus. No is a man of few words, but he knows how to protect himself.

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Slipping Through The Shelves - Escapo by Paul Pope

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Slipping through the Shelves is a column about the often missed and overlooked gems of the comic book and graphic storytelling world and why they merit another look.
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Review: Rocket Raccoon #1

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Mix one rambunctious talking raccoon with one of the most popular cartoonist in the industry today, and you have the makings of a hit comic book on your hands. Skottie Young pulls double-duty as writer and artist on Rocket Raccoon. The demand for a book starring Rocket is due to the renewed interest Marvel has been giving to not only the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, but to the cosmic side of their universe as well.

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Review: Legendary Star-Lord #1

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With Guardians of the Galaxy set to make their film debut August 1st, demand for the Guardians is at an all-time high. The new volume of Guardians of the Galaxy is up to double-digit issues, but no member of the Guardians has a solo book. Until now. Legendary Star-Lord follows the adventures of the Guardians leader, Peter Quill, as he sets off into the galaxy getting in all sorts of trouble.

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Review: Amazing Spider-Man #3

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Spider-Man made a lot of enemies while Otto Octavius was running around in the body. One of those enemies was long-time partner and friend to Spider-Man, Black Cat. After being humiliated and sent to prison by Spider-Man, Felicia Hardy has escaped and is looking for payback.

Also, Electro’s powers are out of control and causes damage that pulls in Peter Parker and his Parker Industries.

 

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Slipping Through The Shelves - Pluto: Urasawa x Tezuka

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Slipping through the Shelves is a column about the often missed and overlooked gems of the comic book and graphic storytelling world and why they merit another look.
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Review: Alien Legion: Uncivil War #1

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With a tax dispute leading to war in deep space, who can you trust to protect your escape? For the refugees caught in the crossfire of the Hark Civil War, the Alien Legion is called upon to protect and escort them to safety. Alien Legion, originally part of Marvel’s Epic imprint, returns courtesy of Titan Comics with Chuck Dixon lending the plot, Larry Stroman providing the art, and co-creator Carl Potts handling inks and “soul” (according to the credits).
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Review: New Avengers #19

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The New Avengers have tasked themselves with protecting our world from planetary incursions. They have even gone so far as to build bombs that can destroy another world. Thankfully, the New Avengers have not had to activate one of these bombs.
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Review: Infinity Man and the Forever People #1

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Jack Kirby's Fourth World Takes On The New 52

 

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