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WNR: Ex Machina, Buffy Riley One-Shot, Farscape, Brightest Day

August 19th, 2010 9:47pm by ComicList Email

via The Blog From Another World

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Riley One-ShotNew Reviews of This Week's Releases!

We've got another great batch of Wednesday New Releases, including a long-awaited finale, a Buffyverse one-shot, and one of the coolest collectibles we've seen in a long time! Pull up a chair while TFAW reviews Ex Machina #50, New Avengers #3, Amazing Spider-Man #640 ("One Moment in Time"), Brightest Day #8, Chew #13, Farscape Ongoing #10, Shadowland: Power Man One-Shot, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Riley One-Shot, Fables #97, Atlas #4, Supergirl #55, and The Umbrella Academy Pocket Watch and Statue Set.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Walking Dead #76

August 15th, 2010 4:12pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Walking Dead #76Walking Dead #76
Image Comics
Kirkman, Adlard & Rathburn

Based on the strength of the previous issue and surprise cliffhanger ending, this issue was bound to be a letdown. The last page of the previous issue had Michonne take Rick out from behind giving this issue such a boost from the start. Unfortunately the issue really doesn't have much in the way of escalating drama at all. While the story picks up right where it left off, cooler heads prevail and this issue actually ratchets things down. While still a good read it feels a little bit like a momentum killer and is not one of the best of this arc.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Green Lantern Emerald Warriors #1

August 14th, 2010 1:06pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Green Lantern Emerald Warriors #1Green Lantern Emerald Warriors #1
DC Comics
Tomasi, Pasarin & Smith

Guy Gardner begins his secret mission in this, the launch, of a third monthly Green Lantern title. While much of the plot remains a mystery the issue does a good job of entertaining as Guy takes a couple of turns in the initial stages of his quest. For the most part this is a slow start to what seems like an important arc, but a good start to a series devoted to Guy. I liked the issue but I'm not sure how this will all play out and I'm also not sure how vital this series is towards following one or both of the other Green Lantern titles.

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Geek Goggle Reviews: Incredible Hulk #611

August 13th, 2010 8:54pm by ComicList Email

Brandon Borzelli's Geek Goggle Reviews

Incredible Hulk #611Incredible Hulk #611
Marvel Comics
Pak, Pelletier, Miki & D'Armata

The latest issue of the Incredible Hulk is the big payoff for a storyline that has been running for about a year now. The story is more than just the World War Hulks story that has been running through both Hulk titles for a few months now. Really, the story has been Banner's relationship with his son, Skaar, and this issue brings about a new status quo for them. It's a very loud and smashing issue that does manage to link up other character and historical elements to make the issue more than just some fighting. There is a lot to like in this issue but it does leave a tiny bit to be desired at the end.

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MBR: Temperance

August 13th, 2010 5:24am by ComicList Email

Midwest Book Review

Temperance HCTemperance
Cathy Malkasian
Fantagraphics Books
7563 Lake City Way, NE, Seattle, WA 98115
9781606993231 $22.99 1-800-657-1100

Temperance is an award-winning, black-and-white graphic novel portraying one man's awakening within a dystopian society. Lester suffers from trauma-induced amnesia; his wife has struggled to keep him from remembering the truth about Blessedbowl, the society that considers him to be a hero. Blessedbowl keeps its citizens in a state of fear and falsehood, threatening them with the specter of war just outside its walls. But the ground beneath the illusions gradually gives way as Lester remembers more and more. Temperance is a story of awakening and transformation - physical, emotional, and spiritual. A profoundly empathetic reflection upon the systemic societal problems of culturally ingrained violence and brainwashing, Temperance is profound, meaningful, and deserves to be read and reread at length.

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WNR: X-Men, Green Lantern Emerald Warriors, B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth

August 11th, 2010 9:43pm by TFAW Email

by Elisabeth@TFAW

X-Men #2New Reviews of This Week's Releases!

Check out this week's edition of Wednesday New Releases. While watching this video, don't be scared–Josh hasn't suddenly grown a foot. The stool Elisabeth usually stands on was missing. Dun dun DUNNNN! Is it an evil plot? Stay tuned, true believers!

*Ahem.* So, this week, TFAW reviews X-Men #2, Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors #1, Archie & Friends #146, Superman #702, B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth New World #1, 1 for $1 Sin City: The Hard Goodbye and Aliens vs. Predator, Locke & Key: Keys to the Kingdom #1, The Walking Dead #76, Hack/Slash: My First Maniac #3, and the Blackest Night Power Ring Spectrum Set.

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MBR: ZITS Tribute-ish To Fathers And Sons/ZITS Guide To Living With Your Teenager

August 8th, 2010 4:31pm by ComicList Email

Midwest Book Review

Jeremy And Dad A ZITS Tribute-ish To Fathers And SonsJeremy & Dad: A Zits Tribute-Ish To Fathers And Sons
Andrews McMeel
1130 Walnut St, Kansas City, MO 64106-2109

Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman provide two fine Zits comic strip collections about the wayward teen, and is a pick for any fan of Zits or any parent. JEREMY & DAD: A ZITS TRIBUTE-ISH TO FATHERS AND SONS (0740791559, $16.99) packs in black and white and color cartoon strips, all focusing on the relationship between Jeremy and his father. It's an outstanding Father's Day tribute - and a perfect gift for any father. A ZITS GUIDE TO LIVING WITH YOUR TEENAGER (9780740791680, $9.99) offers the first owner's manual for parents with teens, and will make a hilarious gift for any struggling with their teen's attitude. A single color comic adorns each page.

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MBR: Modern Masters Volume 24 Guy Davis

August 8th, 2010 4:23pm by ComicList Email

Midwest Book Review

Modern Masters SC Vol. 24 Guy DavisModern Masters V. 24: Guy Davis
Eric Nolen-Weathington
TwoMorrows Publishing
10407 Bedfordtown Dr., Raleigh, NC 27614
1605490237, $15.95

Any graphic novel or cartoon collection will recognize the fame and name of Guy Davis, whose artwork specializes in the mysterious and macabre. His hit was Baker Street but his current Hellboy series is also notable in the world of comics and art, and this survey pairs black and white panels and comics with Guy Davis' own insights and reflections on his art, making this a pick for any graphic novel or comics collection.

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The Acronyms List

AR -
Ask retailer for price
BD -
Blu-ray Disc
Collectible card game
CD -
Compact disc
Digital versatile disc
Free Comic Book Day
GN -
Graphic novel
HC -
HD -
High definition
Living Card Game
Mass market paperback
Polyvinyl chloride
Role playing game
SC -
To be determined
Trading card game
TP -
Trade paperback
Upper Deck Authenticated
Walt Disney Classics Collection
WS -

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