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Archive for January 2013

REVIEW: The Superior Spider-Man #2

Now that Doc Ock has taken over the Peter-body, it’s time to get his hands on another body – Mary Jane Watson. Face it Tiger… EEEEEWWWWW!

superiorspiderman2THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #2
Writer: Dan Slott
Artist: Ryan Stegman
Colorist: Edgar Delgado
Letterer:

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REVIEW: Legend of the Shadow Clan #1

A new series by Aspen Comics, Legend of the Shadow Clan is filled with ninjas, top-secret weaponry and the threat of teenage angst. Major Spoilers follows along with the Himura family as they slowly awaken to their secret ninja roots. …

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REVIEW: Legend of the Shadow Clan #1

A new series by Aspen Comics, Legend of the Shadow Clan is filled with ninjas, top-secret weaponry and the threat of teenage angst. Major Spoilers follows along with the Himura family as they slowly awaken to their secret ninja roots. …

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Small Screen Survivors: TV Shows That Lived On As Comics

Just because a TV series is off the air doesn't mean the story has to end, and Graeme found 10 examples, beyond IDW's X-FILES

Small Screen Survivors: TV Shows That Lived On As Comics

Just because a TV series is off the air doesn't mean the story has to end, and Graeme found 10 examples, beyond IDW's X-FILES

Video: A Quick Tour Of Mad Max’s Fury Road Interceptor

I know that some people are really into cars, so…

One of those videos takes you inside Max Rockatansky’s new motor, the Mad Max: Fury Road build of the V8 Interceptor. The other stays outside but turns the supercharger on.

Click here to view the embedded video.

Click here to view the embedded video.

That’s easily dirtier than anything I ever saw on Top Gear and looks like it has more horsepower than anything on How Clean Is Your House.

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99 Cents For Rucka Punisher And DnA Heroes For Hire On ComiXology

It’s just hit Britain, America is less than five hours away, for Marvel’s latest ComiXology Sale, the Greg Rucka-launched Punisher #1-9 and the Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning more-female-focused and widespread Heroes For Hire #1-12 coming through at 99 cents or 69 pence each, for Friday.

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World War Z Superbowl Ad – Why Wait Til Sunday?

Here’s a TV spot for World War Z that’s going to screen during The Superbowl on Sunday. How many zombies do you think they’ll be able to squeeze into just 30 seconds?

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Yeah, good luck even trying to count those. There’s a computer somewhere that knows exactly, mind.

You can download or see the trailer in HD at Apple.

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Phil Dunphy Explains What DC Comics’ WTF Label Means

It may be the first time DC Comics refereed to a certain four letter word on the cover of one of its comics, let alone 52 of them. But is there another interpretation to save comic stores in the Bible Belt? Let’s turn to Modern Family…

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Comic Book Cover of the Week: 1/31/13

This week in Hawkeye #7, Clint Barton and Kate Bishop did their best to help out during Hurricane Sandy. Not only was it a fantastic book with a great cause (writer Matt Fraction is giving some of his royalties from the issue to the Red Cross for Sandy Relief), but it also has our pick for cover of the week.

Read our review of Hawkeye #7

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