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Freeze Frame 1/28/2018

From Inhumans Judgement Day #1 by Mike Del Mundo

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Uncover The Best Covers

From Batman Beyond #16 by Bernard Chang

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (01/24/18)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Josh’s Recommendation…
Legion #1
“Pretty much entirely because of the FX TV show by Noah Hayley, I’m curious as to what Marvel can do to capitalize on that crossover interest. ‘Legion’ is weird, eclectic, and personal, which is mostly anthetical to Big 2 Superhero comics. But, if anyone can bring some necessary weirdness and introspection to an X-Men comic, it’s Peter Milligan.”
 
 
 

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Freeze Frame 12/1/2017

From Batman Annual #2 by Lee Weeks & Elizabeth Breitweiser

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Freeze Frame 9/29/2017

From Saga #47 by Fiona Staples

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Freeze Frame 9/1/2017

From Image+ Volume 2 #1 by Wesley Craig & Niko Guardia

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (08/30/17)

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Tyler’s Recommendation…
Darkseid Special #1
“I’ve been digging the attention Kirby’s Fourth World has been getting recently, and this week we get a villain-centric story from Mark Evanier, Paul Levitz, and Scott Kolins. Along with bonus reprinted Kirby work from The Forever People.”
 
 
 
 

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Freeze Frame 6/30/2017

From Kamandi Challenge #6 by Phillip Tan, Norm Rampund & Dean White

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This Week’s Finest: Black Magick #6

by Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott, Chiara Arena & Jodie Wynne

After an extended hiatus, Black Magick returns with issue #6. The story shifts to explore the books past and mythology, while bringing on a couple of new contributors to the creative team. Yet, in spite of these changes, co-creators Greg Rucka & Nicola Scott remain masters of creating opening chapters for comic arcs, helping Black Magick pick up right where the book left off in terms of it’s pace and excitement. Deeply thoughtful and enthralling in equal measure, Black Majik #6 is a reminder of the series excellence.  Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Black Magick #6