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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Pretty Deadly’

I’m not sure how to begin describing the opening scenes of the comic “Pretty Deadly” because so much happens to set up the story in the first few pages.

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Alex + Ada’

Feel lonely? Just got your heart broken? Fill the void with an android boyfriend or girlfriend, which is the premise of Image Comics’ “Alex + Ada.”

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Rat Queens’

It’s a woman’s world for Dee, Hannah, Violet and Betty, a rowdy foursome of fearless fighters in Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch’s “Rat Queens.”

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Rocket Girl’

Dayoung Johansson rockets to the past from the future 2013 to save the world from the monopoly of Quintum Mechanics in this week’s Comic Book Wednesday title, “Rocket Girl.”

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Hinterkind’

What if Mother Earth had enough of the human race and decided to demote us? Would we be able to adapt being near the bottom of the food chain? Vertigo’s “Hinterkind” explores this story.

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘The Mocking Dead’

“The Mocking Dead” is much more than a spoof of “The Walking Dead;” it is an actual story about how the humans fought off the zombies, using a plan created by examples in entertainment

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Drugs and drink drive hero in ‘Buzzkill’

For some heroes, power comes from the stars or a mutation or a secret experiment gone awry.

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Quick the Clockwork Knight’ and ‘Tragic Relief’

The Small Press Expo allows comic book readers to gain cheap, once-in-a-lifetime comics. Read a review for “Quick the Clockwork Knight” by Thane Benson and “Tragic Relief” by C. Frakes for Comic Book Wednesday.

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Reality Check’

Three months ago, Willard Penn was roaming through Hollywood, trying to get inspiration for his upcoming comic book “Dark Hour.” With success on the horizon, Willard finally found happiness. That’s until the dreaded writer’s block appeared and something magical and … Continue reading

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Comic Book Wednesday: ‘Hit’

Gangsters, guns, cops and hit squads: All of these are part of BOOM!’s latest 1950s ode, “Hit,”

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