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Comic Book Review: The Wicked + the Divine #26

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie hit on a nice structure in a half action, half roundtable Council of Elrond talking...

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Comic Review: WicDiv #25

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics   In its quarter century issue, WicDiv has its “Winter is coming”/ice zombie moment towards the end when the squabbling members of...

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Comic Book Review: WicDiv #24

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics After last month’s special magazine issue, the “Imperial Phase “ arc is in full swing in WicDiv #24. And this issue should...

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Comic Review: The Wicked + the Divine #23

Writers: Kieron Gillen, Leigh Alexander, Dorian Lynskey, Laurie Penny, Mary HK Choi, Ezekiel Kweku Artists: Kevin Wada, Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics Throughout its 23 issue run, The Wicked + the...

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Comic Review: WicDiv #22

Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics *Spoiler alert* In WicDiv #22, writer Kieron Gillen, artist Jamie McKelvie, and colorist Matthew Wilson pull the proverbial spine of the series...

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Comic Review: Captain Marvel #7

  Writers: Ruth Fletcher Gage and Christos Gage Artist: Marco Failla Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Marvel Comics Captain Marvel #7 is the perfect companion to Carol Danvers’ actions in the main Civil War II...

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Comic Review: WicDiv #21

  Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Jamie McKelvie Colorist: Matthew Wilson Publisher: Image Comics WicDiv #21 is garish, explosive, and the polar opposite of the last arc, “Commercial Suicide”, which was super character driven and...

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Project Batman: Batman Forever

This hasn’t been the most straight-forward of look backs since some movies were viewed before others due to either time or scheduling conflicts, and we’re ending on a middle movie due to the podcast....