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Fear Agent – The 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Rick Remender (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. Rick Remender In 2006, Rick Remender launched Fear Agent, a pulp Sci-Fi comic that looked to give the genre the boot in the butt that it desperately needed.  The … Read More →

Uncanny X-Force – The 2015 Weekly Writer Challenge: Rick Remender (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. Rick Remender Rick Remender started out as an animator before breaking into comics, working on films like Anastasia, The Iron Giants, and The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, amongst … Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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Freshly returned to her reality following the conclusion of Spider-Verse, Gwen Stacey has to pick up the pieces of her life that have suffered with her unexpected disappearance for weeks on end. To make matters worse for our hooded hero she is labelled as a menace… Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, Batman watches Gotham descend further into madness, a new Uncanny Avengers team assembles on Counter-Earth, and The Dying and The Dead kicks off with a gargantuan-sized issue. Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, the All-New Captain America faces off against some classic foes, a weird scarecrow runs around with a big sword in Rumble, and “Endgame” continues as Batman tries to handle a rapidly spreading Joker Toxin. Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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This week on the Wal-Tor weekly review Iron Man gets an upgrade, Sam Wilson spreads his wings as the new Captain America, and Batgirl continues to be wrapped up in a mystery apparently involving self-sabotage. Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review

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Oh September, where have you gone? This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review we take a look at some of the final 3D cover comics for DC’s Future’s End month, a space mystery unfolds in Roche Limit and New Avengers jumps ahead eight months in time. There’s other stuff too, I swear. Read More →

Hot Comics You Should Be Reading

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A common question around any comic store or forum is “What good comics are out there?” People are usually referred to the monthly heavy hitters such as Batman, The Walking Dead, Daredevil or Hawkeye, but I have 6 other comics that you may want to consider picking up in the near future. Read More →

Deadly Class #1

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He tackles poverty, mental health and the politics of 80s America tactfully and realistically and makes it seem seamless and effortless in the way he weaves it into the action-crime aspect of the book. Read More →