Category Geek-O-Rama

Magnus #1

Writer: Kyle Higgins, Chuck Wendig
Art: Jorge Fornes, lvaro Sarraseca
Genre: Action/Adventure

Do humans dream of owning electric sheep? Artificial intelligences, rather than becoming our overlords, have settled into an uneasy symbiosis with humanity – they work for us as our colleagues and servants, earning vacation time they spend in a boundless digital universe running on human-maintained server farms.

But not all AIs are cool with the deal. Enter Magnus – a human psychologist tasked with navigating both worlds in order to bring recalcitrant AIs back into productive society…

BONUS TUROK STORY! The all-new saga of the all-new Turok continues: He’s a man on a mission, possessed, and he won’t let anyone or anything get in his way!

This is part of Dynamite’s reboot of the Gold Key Character...

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Faith (2016 Ongoing) #11+12

Faith no more!One by one, Faith has outsmarted and defeated every member of her brand-new rogues gallery. But when all four of Los Angeles’ most sinister minds attack their sworn enemy at once, their combined power may prove to be too powerful to handle! But will evil finally triumph over the high-flying psiot…or collapse under its own collective weight? The most pivotal moment in Faith’s solo career starts here with a rumble that won’t just seal the fate of Los Angeles, but the entire nation!

For every superhero, no matter how powerful, they’re going to have one challenge they struggle through. It’s often a defining moment, something overwhelming they hopefully come out on top of...

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Uncle Scrooge Vol. 7: Tyrant of the Tides

An eight story collection of the adventures of Uncle Scrooge, co-starring Donald, Huey, Dewey, and Louie. In the cover comic “Tyrant of the Tides”, Professor Von Drake has lost his mind and plans for the underwater search for the Nautilus, the real submarine. Uncle Scrooge wants to capitalize on the first underwater city, but with the loss of the plans and a warning note, Scrooge’s colleagues thinks it is a bad idea to move forward. Not Scrooge McDuck! Ever the planner that is always two steps ahead, he has already have a backup plan and moves forward with the mission. But as he, Donald, Huey, Dewey, Louie and the crazy professor set sail, the warning note may prove to be more than a warning.

My favorite of the set is “The Substitute Santa of Starthbungo”, a story from Scrooge’s pas...

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New Comic Day Releases: June 14th 2017

Men Of Mystery #104, $29.95

Rock And Roll Biographies #9 (Metallica), $3.50

Hero Cats Of Skyworld #17, $3.99
Kid Sherlock #1 (Cover A Sean Miller), $3.99
Kid Sherlock #1 (Cover B Dennis Culver), $3.99

Jimmy’s Bastards #1 (Cover A Dave Johnson), $3.99
Jimmy’s Bastards #1 (Cover B Russell Braun), $3.99
Pestilence #1 (Tim Bradstreet 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
World Reader #3, $3.99

Spookhouse #5, $3.99

Mother Russia #1 (Of 3), $1.50
Trespasser #1 (Of 4), $1.50

Reich #7, $4.00
Slasher #2, $4.99

Hatchet #0 (Cover F Limited Edition Photo), $5.99
Three Stooges Merry Stoogemas #1 (Mark Wheatley Signed Edition), $9.99

Gene Simmons’...

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Grimm Tales of Terror Vol 3 #5

Story: Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Dave Franchini, Pat Shand, & Dan Wickline
Writer: Dan Wickline
Artist: Massimiliano Veltri
Colours: Fran Gamboa with JC Ruiz

As a group of Hollywood hopefuls films what they hope to be deal-maker film, things take a sudden turn for the worse, leading to a gripping tale that shows what can happen when an novice film team attempts to push the envelope and things go terribly wrong.

In the traditional style of many “tales of horror/terror” series, this story draws its inspiration from ubran legend. Initially, I didn’t think I was going to like the book, but after a few pages, it grew on me a little bit. Coming into the series on the fifth issue won’t prove to be a problem to a reader, as the tale works well enough as a standalone story...

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