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Murmur – S/T ()
April 13, 2014 -

Murmur Self-titled Season of Mist 2014   Chicago quartet Murmur is as schizophrenic as you can get in metal. Their… Read More »

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Three Thrones – S/T ()
April 13, 2014 -

Three Thrones Self-titled Self-released 2012 Hailing out of Essex, England, Three Thrones are a heavy trio of instrumental sludge with… Read More »

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Snowpiercer (2013) ()
April 13, 2014 -

A South Korean science fiction film based on a French graphic novel, Snowpiercer, is the story of the last members of the human race surviving aboard a train in perpetual motion.

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Red Dawn (2012) ()
April 13, 2014 -

Jed and Matt Eckert awake one morning to find that North Korean forces are invading their Northwestern town.

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Shotgun Wedding (#1-4) ()
April 9, 2014 -

Shotgun Wedding is delightful reading in all of the right ways: It’s kinetic, unpredictable, action-packed and, most importantly, an absolute blast throughout. Don’t be surprised if this gets optioned for a film sometime down the line.

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Artifacts #36 ()
April 9, 2014 -

Artifacts #36 hits all the sweet spots an issue can hit: accessibility, a great pace, gorgeous artwork, an intriguing storyline and an enormous world to play around in. It’s a winner.

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Revenge #1 ()
April 9, 2014 -

Revenge #1 Story by Jonathan Ross Art by Ian Churchill Cover by Ian Churchill Image Comics 2014 I’ll start with… Read More »

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The White Suits #1 ()
April 9, 2014 -

The White Suits #1 Writer: Frank Barbiere Artist: Toby Cypress Cover Artist: Toby Cypress Dark Horse Comics 2014 Its hard… Read More »

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Shutter #1 ()
April 9, 2014 -

After spending 20 pages in that world, I was anxious to spend some more to get to the bottom of the story. Alas, I’ll have to wait until issue 2.

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Starlight #1 ()
April 9, 2014 -

It takes time and true interest to want to discover classic ideas, however Millar and Parlov certainly help give new readers the push they may need to not only read their book, but discover the realm of the bronze age of comics as well.