Monthly Archives: January 2014

First Impressions – BLACK DYNAMITE #1

He’s a powder keg of black fury that’s about to explode! IDW brings the smoothest, baddest mother to ever hit the screen to the printed page with BLACK DYNAMITE #1. After clearing the dope off the street, avenging the death … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Regenerates with Titan Comics

Graphic Policy In the universe of Doctor Who regenerations bring not only a new Doctor but often a fresh look and feel to the series and BBC Worldwide is bringing that same approach to Doctor Who comics as it has signed a new deal … Continue reading

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First Impressions – MIRACLEMAN #1

From the heights of the Golden Age to the depths of the Bronze and Dark ages, comes a hero with two names, two origins, and a history more confusing than Hawkman. The grandfather of all deconstructive superhero stories is back … Continue reading

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Celebrate 50 Years of Daredevil in April with Daredevil #1.50!

Graphic Policy This April, grab fifty fearless years by the horns in Daredevil #1.50! Brought to you by critically acclaimed Daredevil scribe Mark Waid and red-hot artist Javier Rodriguez, this special anniversary issue celebrates Daredevil’s legacy not by reflecting on the … Continue reading

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First Impressions – ADVENTURE TIME: THE FLIP SIDE #1

Unfortunately I’m unable to format the text on WordPress to account for the backwards logo. Nevertheless, new miniseries starring Jake The Dog, Finn The Human, and BMO The Weird Sapient Game Console Robot. ADVENTURE TIME: THE FLIP SIDE #1 sends … Continue reading

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Open Call for a Killer (Queen) Anthology

Graphic Policy Red Style Media is kicking off 2014 with a rocking idea. The publisher has decided to attempt to top their popular anthologies like Poe Twisted, Shakespeare Shaken, and Unfashioned Creatures. And they’re going to do that with a new … Continue reading

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First Impressions – THE TWILIGHT ZONE #1

In the late fifties/early sixties, television producer Rod Sterling fused the pulp science fiction of his youth with veiled commentary on contemporary politics. The result was one of the greatest, most fondly remembered classics of television and SF. Now great … Continue reading

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Gotham Details Begin to Come Out

Graphic Policy Gotham, a new television series based on the Batman mythos, was announced last September with little details. Speculation said the show would focus on a young Jim Gordan and we wouldn’t see Bruce Wayne or Batman, much like … Continue reading

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First Impressions – DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #1

It’s time to solve mysteries again with everyone’s favorite deceased, incorporeal spirit detectives. Vertigo blesses fans with DEAD BOY DETECTIVES #1, from the pages of The Sandman. Edwin Paine and Charles Rowland continue their post-mortim adventures when their intervention in … Continue reading

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Image Expo 2014: Forthcoming C.O.W.L. Features the First Superhero Labor Union

This one reminds me of Worm, with an organization of superheroes, and the sorts of politics and public image problems such a group would face when enough time elapsed. Graphic Policy This May, Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel, and Rod Reis … Continue reading

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