Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Decisions

For more information on this Kickstarter, please head on over to their page, read all about it and maybe even pledge to be a backer!

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Dark Horse Announces An Original Graphic Novel From New York Times Best-Selling Authors Matt Kindt and Brian Hurtt!

MILWAUKIE,
OR, —
Matt
Kindt, the award-winning, New York Times best-selling author
of MIND MGMT and Red Handed, and Brian Hurtt, the award-winning, New
York Times
best-selling artist of The Sixth Gun and The
Damned
, are
soon to publish Poppy! and the Lost Lagoon, the first in a new graphic novel series for
children. The book follows the story of Poppy Pepperton, a ten-year-old girl
with a typographic memory who goes on globe-spanning adventures with her
sidekick Colt Winchester (who thinks he’s her legal guardian). Publishers Weekly announced last
week that Poppy! and the Lost Lagoon will be published in
2015 by Dark Horse Comics.
  
When Poppy is summoned by Ramses MV, a
reincarnated Egyptian king now cursed to remain in his lavish Manhattan
penthouse (long story), she knows to ...
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Zoe Out of Time

What happens when a time travel device falls into the hands
of a rebellious, teenage girl? CHAOS!
The title to this pretty much gave away that it was going to
involve something with time travel.  Or
at least, it did to me anyways.  Then
again, once you see the cover it’s all the more obvious.  Even so, I didn’t know exactly what direction
Zoe Out of Time was going to go in specifically.  Lucky for me, it was a really fun one.  That is, assuming you can logically pair
direction and time travel together.  Ok let’s
not get into that discussion, how about we just move onto a review eh?
As a child who grew up in the 80s, I almost instinctively
love anything time travel.  The story we
have here is no exception, with our physics defying hero being a rebellious,
but still lovable he...
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Top 10 Comic Book Series of 2013 – #5 to #1

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DC Phase 4: Worlds Within Worlds

Having dealt with the magical nature of the DC Universe, we
turn to the most distinctive feature of the DC Universe: the Multiverse.  The idea of a multiverse was introduced to
explain different versions of heroes during different eras.  We now see the idea of the multiverse come
into the movies, with a much abbreviated version of Crisis on Infinite Earths
The introduction of the multiverse brings with it a need of first
contact between the universes, which will follow the way it was initially
established in the comics, with the two flashes coming into contact first.  We use Shazam in the first movie as a bridge
to the fourth phase and to tie up any loose threads from phase 3.
The Power of Shazam!
Billy Batson is chosen by the wizard Shazam to be a champion
of the Lords of Or...
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