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Freeze Frame 3/10/2017

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

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Freeze Frame 3/3/2017

From All Time Comics Crim Destroyer #1 by Herb Trimpe, Benjamin Marra & Alessandro Echevarria
From All Time Comics Crime Destroyer #1 by Herb Trimpe, Benjamin Marra & Alessandro Echevarria

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Freeze Frame 2/10/2017

From Detective Comics #950 by Marcio Takara & Dean White
From Detective Comics #950 by Marcio Takara & Dean White

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This Year’s Finest 2016: The Ten Best Series

The ten best comics of 2016. As per the usual, some old favories, some new additions and everything in between. Continue reading This Year’s Finest 2016: The Ten Best Series

Freeze Frame 12/23/2016

From Ether #2 by David Rubin
From Ether #2 by David Rubin

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Freeze Frame 12/09/16

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From Island #13 by Jack Cole

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Freeze Frame 11/4/2016

From Moon Knight #8 Francesco Francavilla, James Stokoe, WIlfredo Torres & Michael Garland
From Moon Knight #8 by Francesco Francavilla, James Stokoe, WIlfredo Torres & Michael Garland

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (10/19/16)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendations …
cavecarsonhasacyberneticeye1Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic Eye #1
“The wild, 1950’s sci-fi premise of this was enough to convince me to check this out. Add to that a fantastic creative team in Way and Avon Oeming, and we have ourselves an exciting new comic from the Young Animal imprint.”
 

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This Week’s Finest: Paper Girls #10

416168-_sx1280_ql80_ttd_Brian K Vaughan, Cliff Chiang, Matt Wilson, Dee Cuniffe & Jared K Fletcher 

We’re ten issues in on Paper Girls. Like my colleagues before me, I still have no idea what is going on and it doesn’t matter because this book is still excellent. In this case, business as usual means business is good.

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