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Review: AQUAMAN #28

Review: AQUAMAN #28

AQUAMAN #28 Written by Dan Abnett Art by Stjepan Sejic, Steve Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 20, 2017 The deadly Kadaver and the dethroned King go toe to toe as Mera and Aqualad begin their assault on the Crown of Thorns. Abnett and Sejic’s epic run on Aquaman continues with issue #28!

Review: AQUAMAN #26

AQUAMAN #26 Written by Dan Abnett Art by Stjepan Sejic and Steve Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: July 19, 2017 King Rath dispatches guards and techno-magicians to seek out the defiant, deposed King Arthur, while Aquaman teams up with a new ally, Dolphin. Aquaman #26 brings us further into the book’s new status

First Look: AQUAMAN #25

AQUAMAN #25 Written by Dan Abnett Art by Stjepen Sejic Published by DC Comics Release Date: June 21, 2017 “UNDERWORLD” part one! In this extra-sized anniversary issue, former terrorists have replaced the Atlantean police. Crime lords control huge swaths of the kingdom. And a deadly undersea arsenal is trained on the surface-dwellers. All is as

Transmyscira: SUNSTONE Volume 4

SUNSTONE Volume 4 Written by Stjepan Šejić Art by Stjepan Šejić Published by Image Comics Release Date: February 24, 2016 Despite being the fourth volume of a long-form journey of self discovery through BDSM, the latest Sunstone release is an ideal entry point for new readers that stands surprisingly well on its own. The story

Representation and Health 101: DEE

We are in the home stretch of the Representation and Health Black History Spectacular! Thanks for hanging with me this month as I highlight some of the many, though still underrepresented, Black characters in comics. Today’s character is a departure from the Big Two. She’s a high priestess with some hesitancies about her “faith.” When

Sejic’s Webcomic SWITCH Coming to Print

Bestselling cartoonist Stjepan Sejic (SUNSTONE, DEATH VIGIL) brings to print his popular web-comic SWITCH. The new Top Cow series gives nod to the classic Witchblade Universe, but welcomes surprise crossover characters and—at its heart—explores the story of a teen girl trying to understand her mysterious new powers. Top Cow’s Witchblade meets New 52’s Batgirl in

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