Rebooting a series as beloved as Buffy seems nearly impossible. This book NAILS IT. Starting from scratch in 2019, you get the characters you love through a new lens. SO GOOD.
I love the BC Avengers. This one is the story of BC Iron Fist, the first ever lady to punch a dragon. There's an army of Gorgorillas too.
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Holy Crap! So excited for this one... Guardians with Cosmic Ghost Rider and Beta Ray Bill? GIMME!!! My most anticipated series of the year. Totally lived up to the hype.
I know. Nobody's surprised that I'm stoked about a horror book. Well I am. Ewing of Immortal Hulk fame. Great stuff.
I don't just screen print shirts. I also make patches, magnets and pins...
This is a well worn concept. Future, post apocalyptic versions of classic literature characters. Had very low hopes for it, but it turned out to be incredible. Give it a shot.
Ever since Dark Horse lost the Star Wars license, they've been putting big talent into their remaining licenses. Meaning Alien, Robocop, Predator, and Terminator have been GREAT. Alien especially. I've loved every book they've put out for the last 3 years. I'm sure this will be no exception.
Oh...those Blossoms. Like everyone in Riverdale they're big fans of Satan. A story of sibling rivalry, where only one can be the anti-christ.
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This series is great fun. If you like Shazam...This comic is so much like one of the DC animated shows of the nineties or early 2000's. If that's a thing you're into...definitely check it out.
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