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DC Comics Reviews for 3/26/2014

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Timothy "Timdogg" Adams reviews Suicide Squad - Amanda Waller #1, Forever Evil - Rogue's Rebellion #1, Aquaman #29, and Red Lanterns #29!

 

 

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Marvel Reviews for March 26th, 2014

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Timothy "Timdogg" Adams takes a look at Superior Spider-Man #30, Guardians Of The Galaxy #13, and Uncanny Avengers #18!
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Review: Silver Surfer #1

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With the cosmic side of the Marvel universe getting a stronger focus, many people have been clamoring for a return to the monthly adventures of Silver Surfer. A former herald of the world-eating Galactus, Silver Surfer wields the Power Cosmic and travels across the universe on his trusted board. In this All-New Marvel NOW! launch, Silver Surfer will be joined by an Earth companion named Dawn. In the introductory issue, we learn how their adventure together begins.
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Review: All-New Ghost Rider #1

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With Marvel launching their second new initiative with All-New Marvel NOW!, various solo heroes are getting the chance to star in their own books again. Marvel is taking this opportunity to re-introduce their audience to Ghost Rider. However, this isn’t the same Ghost Rider that previous readers will be familiar with. Taking a page out of the Nova playbook, we have a teenager named Robbie Reyes taking up the mantle of the Spirit of Vengeance.
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Magnus Robot Fighter #1 Review

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Dynamite Comics purchased the Gold Key licensed characters in 2013 and announced that the line would be launching in 2014. Among their lineup of writers is one of my favorites….. Fred Van Lente. I became familiar with Van Lente in 2013 after reading some of his current comics, so I was eagerly awaiting his take on Magnus: Robot Fighter.

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Marvel Comics Reviews for 3-5-2014

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It's a #1-a-thon! This week, we take a look at Magneto #1, Moon Knight #1, and Wolverine and the X-Men #1!

 

 

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Starlight #1 Review

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Mark Millar has big plans for the superhero universe he plans on launching at Image Comics. Inspired by Marvel, Millar’s new additions to his “Millarworld” universe will give fans an opportunity to get in on the ground floor. The first comic to launch is Starlight, by Millar and artist Goran Parlov, colorist Ive Svorcina and letterer Marko Sunjic. Starlight is the story of a man named Duke who ventures off into space to save an alien race. After receiving many accolades, Duke returns back to Earth where he is not welcomed as a conquering hero.
 

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Marvel Comics Reviews for 2-26-2014

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Since I’ve read quite a few Marvel comics for the week of 2/26/2014, I decided to encapsulate all their reviews right here in one post. I’ll keep the reviews short and sweet with my “What I Liked”, “What I Didn’t Like” thoughts.

This week, I cover Cataclysm: The Ultimates Last Stand #5, Uncanny Avengers #17, Guardians of the Galaxy #12, Wolverine #2, and Fantastic Four #1.

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Phineas & Ferb: The Book of Doof Review

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Jr Reviewer Phillip takes a look at the new Phineas & Ferb: The Book of Doof from Disney Press!
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Batman #28 Review

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Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s “Zero Year” has been re-telling Batman’s New 52 origin. With such an epic tale building to a crescendo, readers are greeted with a detour in this month’s Batman #28.

To give Capullo extra time on art in future issues, Snyder teams with James Tynion IV and Dustin Nguyen to give a sneak peek at the futures of Batman and the soon-to-launch Batman Eternal. This review will be filled with spoilers, so continue at your own risk.

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