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Victims & Villains Episode 179: Doom Patrol & Serenity

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Today we’re talking about the first 11 issues of Grant Morrison’s 1980s run on Doom Patrol. Not to mention, we are also reviewing the movie, Serenity.

REVIEW: PEARL #

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TRAFFIC JAM Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Michael Gaydos I think it’s safe to assume we’ve all hit traffic. The thing about traffic is when you hit and it slows down your journey, you start to wonder what is going on. Why is there a hold up? We slowly start processing all the things that could lie ahead. Up to …

REVIEW: HOUSE OF WHISPERS #2

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PARTY CRASHERS Writer: Nalo Hopkinson Artists: Dominike “Domo” Stanton, John Ravuch I’m not gonna pretend like I know all there is to know about the Sandman mythos. I tried a few times to pick up the series but every time I couldn’t get into it. Then came my most recent time and I couldn’t put it down. Neil Gaiman has …

REVIEW: The Dreaming #2

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  THE PLOT THICKENS “The Foundation” Writer: Simon Spurrier Artists: Bilquis Evely, Mat Lopes The Sandman Universe continues to grow its mythology with the second issue of its first spin-off series, The Dreaming. This particular issue is a rather bold entry into not only the series, but the mythology as a whole. For those that may or may not know, …

Plastic Man #4 Review

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DC’s rubberband Plastic Man brings down the house in his newest issue Plastic Man is a good guy.  Sort of. Well, he tries. The recently resurrected Plastic Man has been bending himself in many ways; hero, mentor, pimp with a heart of gold, all the while investigating a possible enemy infiltration into DC’s classic team-ups.  He’s not just looking out …

REVIEW: Mister Miracle #11

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DARKSEID IS… Those sole two words have been etched into my brain after reading every single issue of this series. Finally, after eleven issues the God of Apokolips makes his debut into the series. The more and more the series develops the more it feels like a modern day Watchmen. At the end of last issue, Scot Free is given …