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Charlies Angels VS. The Bionic Woman

Writer: Cameron DeOrdio

Art: Soo Lee

Colors: Addison Duke

Letters: Crank!

SYNOPSIS: When Charlie’s Angels pick up an assignment to steal a dangerous patent and put it back in the hands of its mysterious inventor, they encounter their toughest counterspy yet: The Bionic Woman, Jaime Sommers. This new series follows two of television’s top teams after their programming run and into the 1980s. When the Office of Scientific Investigation is privatized and its patents sold off to the highest bidder, a military contractor looks to take bionics to the battlefield. Will the Bionic Woman be able to protect the patent from the would-be thieves, or will the Angels prevail, mothballing the formula’s military applications in favor of medical uses? -ComiXology

The Story: Spoilers Charlies Angels...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Judas Breed

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo of the Week: Catdad and Supermom

Where to start? I guess by saying please don’t let the pure mess that is this campaign page distract you from the potential of how good this book could be. With art that is very Fairy Oddparents and an interesting villain, this book has some serious potential. I also happen to know that the editor on this book is much better than even the sample pages suggest. I really do believe that we need to start getting more comics into the hands of younger readers and this, along with Supercats and Awakenings – A Teddy Bear Tale are all really good places to start. Head on over to Kickstarter and pledge today!

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Irena Book One: Wartime Ghetto

Irena Book One CoverThere are few books in the caliber of comic book greatness. Of those, Marvel’s John Paul II, the Killing Joke, and indy Heavyweight Messiah are simply tops. Can Irena, Book One make that distinction? It IS a superhero story after all…

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Wonder Twins #4-5

Writer: Mark Russell

Artist: Stephen Byrne

Letterer: Dave Sharpe

Can I just start by saying wow? The Wonder Twins team has been knocking it out of the park. They’ve managed to ride a very fine line between episodic and serialized stories, with some interesting foreshadowing. At the same time, the whole thing is a light, fun romp.

In issue #4 Jayna’s friend, Polly Math, blows away their school science fair with a presentation on the inevitable evolution of the internet into a living, conscious, being. By the end of the science fair, both Jayna and Zan end up with a date later that night.

Zan’s date goes, well in many ways. They go out to dinner, then a movie...

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