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First Look: REGGIE AND ME #2

First Look: REGGIE AND ME #2

Archie Comics has offered an early look at January’s Reggie and Me #2. Final Order Cut-Off is this Monday, December 19, so don’t delay! Call your shop and reserve today! REGGIE AND ME #2 There are a set of unspoken rules when it comes to dealing with Reggie Mantle. Rules that, when broken, can easily

Review: BLACK CANARY Volume 2: NEW KILLER STAR

BLACK CANARY Volume 2: NEW KILLER STAR Written by Brenden Fletcher and Matthew Rosenberg Art by Sandy Jarrell, Annie Wu, Moritat, and Lee Loughridge Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 23, 2016 Dinah Drake is an unwitting pop phenom, but that’s just a façade. Her band Black Canary hides her secret: a government past,

Transmyscira: BLACK CANARY #12

BLACK CANARY #12 Written by Brenden Fletcher Art by Annie Wu, Sandy Jarrell, and Lee Loughridge Published by DC Comics Release Date: June 8, 2016 This is the end, hold your breath and count to ten, – Adele, “Skyfall” With one last big set piece, Fletcher, Wu, Jarrell, and Loughridge do more than just end

Transmyscira: BLACK CANARY #10

BLACK CANARY #10 Written by Brenden Fletcher Art by Moritat, Sandy Jarrell, and Lee Loughridge Published by DC Comics Release Date: April 13, 2016 Black Canary caps off a two issue stint in Gotham that brings us back to the present to squeak in a little down time with Babs, examining just how much things

Transmyscira: BLACK CANARY #8

BLACK CANARY #8 Written by Brenden Fletcher Art by Sandy Jarrell, Lee Loughridge Published by DC Comics Release Date: February 10, 2016 There’s plenty of missed connections in the latest Black Canary issue, but none of them are between fist and face as Dinah is forced to take care of family business while Kurt scrambles

Review: BLACK CANARY #5

BLACK CANARY #5 Written by Brenden Fletcher Art by Pia Guerra, Sandy Jarrell, and Lee Loughridge Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 21, 2015 In the aftermath of Ditto’s return, the band Black Canary heads toward their next gig, sans money but full of excitement. It’s the hometown performance and lots of familiar faces

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