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Comic Reviews: Hex Wives and Avengers Halloween Special!

COMIC REVIEWS!!

HEXW_01-(Cover)_5bc51c7b2637c8.48679262Hex Wives #1 (Vertigo Comics)

Vertigo’s new series Hex Wives couldn’t have been released on a better day. The Ben Blacker and Mirka Andolfo series, an interesting mix of witchcraft and The Stepford Wives, is a pretty fun and slightly spooky book. Unfortunately though, it’s more interesting when it’s focused on the history of the two leads than the actual plot. Read the rest of this entry

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Comic Reviews: Lucifer and Marvel Zombie!

COMIC REVIEWS!!

LUCI_01_300-001_HD_5bb3b345a4b2c2.64568755Lucifer #1 (Vertigo)

No Vertigo relaunch is complete without a new Lucifer series. The Sandman spin-off returns, with a new #1, a new creative team in the form of Dan Watters and Sebastian and Max Fiumara, and the Lord of Hell depowered and trapped in a world he doesn’t understand. Read the rest of this entry

Comic Reviews: JLA/Doom Patrol and Motherlands!

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JLADPA_Cv1_R3_5a5e4bf6d5c8d1.97371591JLA/Doom Patrol #1 (DC Comics)

DC’s “Young Animal” imprint has definitely stumbled in recent months. Crippled by delays and waning sales, the Gerard Way curated imprint has been overshadowed by other storylines within DC. But now that this month sees the Young Animal characters crossing paths with their DC pals, there’s hope that it will revitalize the fledgling imprint and restore it to the days of the start of the imprint. With the Gerard Way/Steve Orlando written JLA/Doom Patrol, the hope is that the ACO drawn special, which kicks off “The Milk Wars” storyline, is going to do just that. But is it possible to get new people onto the Young Animal train with so much baggage around the line? Read the rest of this entry

The Time of the Preacher

preacher-amcWell, we finally have it, our first look at AMC’s Preacher. After being released last night during The Walking Dead, the trailer finally has eyes on it, but some people re surprised by the tone and story that’s hinted at in the trailer. Tulip and Cassidy hardly factor into it, and Dominic Cooper’s Jesse Custer seems to be more of a pastor that beats the crap out of the scumbags in his town than a disillusioned (and slightly possessed) preacher who decides to find out why God abandoned humanity. Read the rest of this entry