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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!
Byron says this was a funny, sometimes poignant toon.
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?
The Hulks beat up Vista Verde! Not what it seems.
A Decent Transformers Movie? Maybe This is Why Shia Got Himself Arrested Last Thursday.
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!