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Review: The Valiant #1

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Valiant is a comic book publisher with a clear vision. Ever since they launched the “Summer of Valiant” in 2012, Valiant has published books with a specific goal in mind. Instead of over-saturating the market with output, each comic is given focus and an opportunity to be in the spotlight. That has never been more true than with The Valiant.
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Comiholics 43 - Alex + Ada, Axis, Walking Dead Digital Comics Update

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Alex + Ada is the star of the show this episode, but before we knock the walls of robot love, we talk a little about Axis, a little more about The Walking Dead, and round up some digital comics news that may change the industry... FOREVER! DUN DUN DUN!
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Review: Thor #1

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Unless you have been living under a rock, you should know by now that there is a new Thor in town, and its not a man. As announced on The View, for the first time ever there will be a woman wielding Mjolnir and carrying the mantle of “Thor”. Who is this woman? And how has Thor become unworthy? These mysteries will unfold in this new chapter of Thor.

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Review: Michael Moorcock’s Elric: The Ruby Throne

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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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Comiholics 42 - Invincible, Walking Dead, Futures End, New Avengers

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DiRT and The Apocalypse catch up on Invincible, The Walking Dead, DC's Future's End event, and why DiRT is finally enthralled with New Avengers.

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Review: Naja

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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: The Wrenchies

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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 #3

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Rocket always believed he was the last of his race. Now there is someone out there in the galaxy that looks exactly like him, committing crimes and murders. With the help of his best friend Groot and Macho Gomez, they are off to search for answers from a kingpin named Funtzel. Now if only they can make it to Funtzel in one piece.

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Review: Death of Wolverine #1

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You may not have heard, but Marvel plans on killing Wolverine. This is a big deal because up until recently, Wolverine has had a healing factor. He essentially couldn’t die. After losing his healing factor, it has become open season on the Canadian mutant.

While the ongoing Wolverine series has felt like its been spinning its wheels, working its way to its finale and the start of Death of Wolverine, this issue one launches readers headfirst into Logan’s final battle.

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Review: Wayward #1

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Jim Zub has a pretty good track record when it comes to creator-owned series’. He currently has Skullkickers with Image Comics, which has been running for a few years now. Along with work-for-hire projects like Marvel’s Figment and IDW’s Samurai Jack, that is a solid track record of quality work. Along with Steve Cummings, John Rauch, and Marshall Dillon, they hope to see the trend continue with Wayward.

Wayward has been described as Buffy, The Vampire Slayer for a new generation. Let’s see if that holds true.

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