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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #20 Review

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Do you ever take a step back while doing a puzzle and are impressed at how the pieces are falling into place?
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Captain America #10 Review

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Rick Remender has done quite a job putting Captain America through the ringer in his Dimension Z saga. Not only has Cap been trapped by his nemesis Arnim Zola in Dimension Z, but Cap’s been stuck there for over a decade. He hasn’t been alone however. Steve Rogers rescued a small child named Ian, who was actually Zola’s son.

Another offspring of Zola, his daughter Jet Black, started off as a rival to Steve but was convinced to join his fight against her father. With the help of Sharon Carter, Cap now has a chance to make it back home.

But at what cost?

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Comiholics XXXV - Infinity! Kick-Ass 2! Trinity War! And More!

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DiRT and The Apocalypse are back with the award winning (not really) podcast (that's true) about comic books and alcohol! Marvel and DC both have big things going on right now. But is there anything from other companies grabbing their attention? Also, what kind of moonshine did DiRT try on vacation? What does the daughter of The Apocalypse like to read? And how does Kick-Ass 2 compare to the comics? All that AND MORE!!!

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Infinity #1 Review

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Marvel’s next big crossover event Infinity is upon us. Jonathan Hickman has been building to this ever since he helped relaunch Avengers and New Avengers in the Marvel NOW!.

There are two forces at play here. One is a group of space creatures called The Builders, who are cutting a path through the cosmos on a collision course with Earth. The other force is Thanos. There is something on Earth that he wants, and he will stop at nothing to find it and claim it as his.

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Superior Spider-Man #15 Review

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Spider-Man has ended The Kingpin’s reign over Shadowland. All that’s left is to bring in Hobgoblin. Somehow the Hobgoblin is still operating under Spider-Man’s nose, even with all his spider-bots patrolling the city. How is he able to go unnoticed? Another thorn from Spider-Man’s past makes a return, and he’s looking for payback on not only Spider-Man, but everyone else who wronged him.

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All New X-Men #15 Review

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With Battle of the Atom set to begin next issue, All-New X-Men #15 is the calm before the time-traveling storm. We get separate stories following the remaining members of the original X-Men, and as you can see from the cover, two original X-Men get a little closer to one another.
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Detective Comics #23 Review

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Batman and the Anti-Batman come Face to Face
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Fearless Defenders #7 Review

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Last issue of Fearless Defenders was filled with controversy. Fan-favorite character Annabelle Riggs sacrificed herself to stop Valkyrie, who had fallen under the spell of the Doom Maiden. It appeared the loosely-assembled team of Defenders were no more. Does that change with issue seven? If you were worried about where this book was heading, I think by the end you will have changed your mind.

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Guardians of the Galaxy #5 Review

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With the next Marvel event Infinity about to begin, it feels like the story in Guardians of the Galaxy is finally progressing. Angela, who was introduced at the end of Age of Ultron, shows up to cause some trouble for our team. Star-Lord, suffering side-effects from the “time-quake” in the Age of Ultron finale, goes seeking answers.

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Comiholics XXXIV - SWERVE! C2E2 Leftovers! ComiXology Patent Trolls?

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DiRT and The Apocalypse are back! Technically, this is episode 34.1. Why the decimal? Tune in to find out!
In this episode, The Apocalypse digs out some C2E2 books worth taking a look at: Fallen, Modern Tales of the Future, and Solution Squad. Then TMNT is discussed in both the ongoing IDW comics and the new Animated Adventures series. Finally, DiRT *GUSHES* over Swerve from Arcana Comics - a book he says might be the best he's read in years. And finally they give shout outs to books they're reading like Watson & Holmes, Superior Spider-Man, Scarlet Spider, The Hunger, Batman/Superman, and Green Team: Teen Trillionaires.

 

 

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