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10 Issues In: Harrow County

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Harrow County tells the story of Emmy, a young girl who’s on the eve of her eighteenth birthday in the early 1900’s when she discovers there are monsters in the woods surrounding her home, monsters that she learns she’s connected to. Written by Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun, Deadpool Killogy) and drawn by Tyler Crook (B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth, Bad Blood), Harrow County is currently being developed by the cable … Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on The Wal-Tor Weekly Review, I knock it down to a quick look at two Marvel comics in Deadpool & The Mercs For Money and Doctor Strange.   Deadpool & The Mercs For Money #1 For Deadpool, it has always been about the money.  It should come as no surprise that money is the motivating factor behind Deadpool hiring a group of fellow money-loving mercenaries for a mission from a secret … Read More →

The Wal-tor Weekly Review!

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Back by unpopular demand, it’s the Wal-Tor Weekly Review.  This week we start the year off right by looking at three Marvel Comics from this week.  We’ve got the team up book that everyone’s been dying for in Spider-Man/Deadpool, an all-new villainous X-Men team in Uncanny X-Men, and perhaps the weirdest comic about a robot you’ll ever get the pleasure of reading in The Vision.

Deadpool Kill The Marvel Universe – The 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Cullen Bunn (Part 2)

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52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week.  Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within that person’s repertoire to help in the examination of their work. Cullen Bunn Cullen Bunn is the mastermind behind the successful “Deadpool Killogy” from Marvel Comics, stretching out a series of miniseries to create a trilogy of stories all about … Read More →

Sixth Gun – The 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Cullen Bunn (Part 1)

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52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week.  Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within that person’s repertoire to help in the examination of their work. Cullen Bunn Cullen Bunn first started to emerge in the comic industry back in 2007, creating the horror noir series The Damned for Oni Press.  This was the earliest … Read More →

Harrow County #1

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Harrow County follows the small community by the same name, years ago they had a witch in their midst. A witch they shot and hung from an old oak tree before eventually setting her on fire. As the flesh burned the witch had one final warning to issue, that she would be back in one form or another and that she would have vengeance. Read More →

Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #1

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I’m sure most of you have read Secret Wars at least once, maybe some of you have read it 20 times, I’m ashamed to say I don’t know your reading habits that well… Especially since you started closing your curtains and slapped me with that restraining order but I digress… Read More →

Lobo #1

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When there’s a job to do, there’s only one man to call that’ll get it done right… Got a leaky faucet? Call Lobo. Re-shingle your roof? Lobo’s your guy. Need to kill an intergalactic mobster who’s infringing on your territory? Call 1-800-Main-Man. Lobo will do just about anything if you pay him Read More →

10 Issues In: Magneto

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The dawn of Marvel’s next big event is upon us and as always there is preludes leading to that event, in this case the event is AXIS and the preludes include that X-Men villain/anti-hero (depends who you ask) title, Magneto Read More →

Deadpool Kills Deadpool

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Now, in Deadpool Kills Deadpool, the “merc with the mouth” realizes that the only way to achieve that goal is to remove himself from all the various universes and dimensions, and we all know there are a lot of Marvel Universes! Read More →