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Freeze Frame 10/13/2017

From Dark Nights Metal #3 by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion & Ivan Plascencia

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Freeze Frame 9/15/2017

From Justice League of America #14 by Ivan Reis, Julio Ferreira & Marcelo Maiolo

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Freeze Frame 6/9/2017

From All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #3 by Frazer Irving

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Freeze Frame 5/12/2017

From Justice League Of America #6 by Andy MacDonald & Hi-Fi

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Freeze Frame 3/10/2017

From New Superman #9 by Viktor Bogdanovich, Jonathan Glapon & Mike Spicer

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This Week’s Finest: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #8

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By Ryan Ferrier, Adam Gorham, Joshua Hixson, Ronda Pattison, Brahm Revel, Shawn Lee

This Week’s Finest goes to the book that shows us who would win between a mutant turtle and a turtle android. To the death! Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #8

Freeze Frame 7/14/2016

From The Wicked + The Divine #21 by Jamie McKelvie & Matt Wilson
From The Wicked + The Divine #21 by Jamie McKelvie & Matt Wilson

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Uncovering the Best Covers, 5-26-16

Want to know what covers caught our attention this week?

Curious what our eyes fell in love with at first sight?

Well, here they are, the most memorable images on the stands this Wednesday . . .

Cosmo flirts with . . .

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 8 Erica Henderson
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #8 by Erica Henderson

 

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Review of Rocket #1

Rocket 1 Mike Mayhew
Mike Mayhew

By Al Ewing, Adam Gorham & Michael Garland

Two weeks ago, Marvel relaunched Guardians of the Galaxy with an All-New title to coincide with the team’s return to cinemas. Last week, it was team member Rocket Raccoon’s turn as he took the next step in his journey from that “black hole somewhere in Sirius Major.” Rocket’s evolution as a character has been a fascinating one from his unassuming debut in an incomplete science-fiction serial to a brilliant solo limited-series, followed by two decades of obscurity until gaining a prominent place on the post-Annihilation Guardians of the Galaxy. With the imminent arrival of the first Guardians movie, Marvel gave Rocket another shot a solo series, which, give or take the standard marketing driven relaunching, Rocket has steadily maintained over the past three years. For most of this time, his exploits were delightfully scripted by Skottie Young. The post-Young issues have ranged from charming (Nick Kocher’s) to meh (Matthew Rosenberg’s). Last week Al Ewing assumed scripting duties, immediately breathing fresh air into the title once again.

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