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A graphic novella about star-crossed lovers with the feeling of a black and white silent film.
"Producing a sterilized, diluted mockery of a once great genre." Nix NINO!
Great first issue!
A truly classic Shadow epic.
The world's most determined reporter is charged with saving it in "Strange Nation," a digital series from Allor and Romera!
Batman's adventures by Japanese manga artist Jiro Kuwata come to DC's digital releases!
Very involving and intriguing.
You will believe a robot can die!
Byron sees only good things for Turok -- the book, not the character.
A truly momentous epilogue with promise of excitement to come.
Tired of comics reading like your grandma’s soaps? Pick up Green Lantern #33.
A summer adventure worth reading in the sun.
"What a bunch of A-Holes." Where did we hear that one before?
Maybe a backup strip in one of the Green Lantern books is in order?
Fun, involving issue and a great jumping-on spot for newbies.
Ellis and Howard bring a speculative fiction tale to the comics page with the mysterious "Trees."
Byron hereby calls for more solo Doc tales by this creative team.
A whole new way to experience time travel.
Solar is the man … er uh …
To repeat myself: This book is just plain adventure and fun!
Cool comic. Fun comic. Cosmic comic!
What more can you ask for in one monthly book? Simply cosmic, man!
An amazing debut issue full of magic, mysticism and upheaval that will have fans talking about the "next big thing!" Spectacular effort by Miskiewics and Schmidt!
An amazing combination of action and emotion that will make you ponder why you would read anything else. The future of the Valiant Universe begins here!