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Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Illusion of Change

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Illusion of Change

I am always genuinely impressed by the vigor with which fans react to the monthly twists and turns of their favorite comic book. As a testimonial to the power of these characters — and the craft of the creative teams behind them — you can’t beat insane message board and twitter uproar. Meanwhile, it’s completely

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Case for Imaginary Stories

I was recently flipping through some website or another and realized that, despite my best intentions for the better part of the last two years, I’d never read Brave and the Bold #33 (second series, of course). This is pretty unusual for a bunch of reasons, not limited to: Barbara Gordon as Batgirl, Zatanna, Wonder

Review: AME-COMI GIRLS #1-3

AME-COMI GIRLS #1-3 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray Art by Eduardo Francisco Release Dates: September 10, 17 and 24, 2012 I’ve heard a lot lately about how the big two comic companies aren’t investing in comics for kids and newer fans — that every book they produce is either too young or (in

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #12

JUSTICE LEAGUE #12 Written by Geoff Johns Art by Jim Lee, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and David Finch Release Date: August 29, 2012 Year one of the New 52 ends as it began: not with a whimper, but with a bang. Wrapping up the title’s second story arc “The Villain’s Journey,” issue twelve concludes the

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