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Ether: Copper Golems #1

Ether: Copper Golems #1

From New York Times bestselling Mind MGMT creator Matt Kindt and Black Hammer’s David Rubín comes this fantasy adventure about a science-minded hero intent on keeping the balance between Earth and a magic world!

Portals between Earth and the Ether begin to crack open unleashing devastating magical fury on our planet and only adventurer Boone Dias can seal the breaches. In order to put an end to this chaos, Boone recruits a powerful team of mystical beings including a grumpy, spell-writing fairy; a bickering, lavender gorilla; and a bull-headed, motorcycling spell-hacker...

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The Powerpuff Girl : The Bureau of Bad

Writer: Haley Manchini and Jake Goldman

Artist:  Philip Murray

Publisher: IDW Publishing
Synopsis: The Townsville villains are sick and tired of The Powerpuff Girls always saving the day. This is why The Bureau of Bad has decided to join forces to make a plan that will defeat them once and for all. Now, it’s a mater of who will be the leader.  To decide, Princess Morbucks, the Fashionistas, and Mojo Jojo all share tales of their near victories against the Powerpuff Girls. Garbage Gary even tells his own story — even though we try not to talk about Garbage Gary more than we have to.

Review: Staying true to The Powerpuff Girls cartoon, this comic is fun and campy, while also giving insight into things from the villain point of view...

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Fence – Vol 1

Fence – Volume 1

Sixteen-year-old Nicholas Cox is an outsider to the competitive fencing world. Filled with raw talent but lacking proper training, he signs up for a competition that puts him head-to-head with fencing prodigy Seiji Katayama…and on the road to the elite all-boys school Kings Row. A chance at a real team and a

CREDITS

  • C.S. Pacat (writer)
  • Johanna the Mad (artist)
  • Joana Lafuente (colorist)

For me, I enjoy things more when I learn them from comics.  Like there is an older manga series called Project X – Challengers and they tell stories like how 7-11 Stores got started in Japan or the invention of Cup Noodle brand of ramen.

So learning about the details of the sport of Fencing is very fascinating...

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Dungeons and Dragons: Evil at Baldur’s Gate #1A

Written by: Jim Zub

Artwork by: Dean Kotz

Cover by: Max Dunbar

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Synopsis: The former heroes of Baldur’s Gate have returned from their adventures in Ravenloft and the frozen northern reaches of the Realms. As each hero must face their own trials, the Ranger Minsc attempts to reclaim his place as a hero even though the people have a new hero.

Review: While I expected fantasy, adventure, action, and an interesting story, I did not expect to laugh as much as I did. This is well written, funny, and left me ready to buy the next edition. The artwork is classic DnD with bold details and a busy (in a good way) background. There is nothing flat about any of it and I love that just as much as the storyline.
Minsc and his sidekick hamster are lovable and funny...

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The Untold Story Of WWE Superstar Undertaker Is Revealed!

Discover the Historic Original Graphic Novel from BOOM! Studios in October 2018

WWE: Undertaker - Geek-o-Rama - Comics

LOS ANGELES, CA  – BOOM! Studios and WWE announced  today WWE:  UNDERTAKER, an all-new original graphic novel exploring the career of the legendary Superstar, considered one of the greatest performers in WWE history. For the first time, novelist, journalist, and combat sports expert Chad Dundas (Champion of the World) and artist Rodrigo Lorenzo (WWE) chronicle the unrivaled career of Undertaker, with new revelations and surprises about some of the most pivotal moments in his more than twenty-five year history in sports entertainment.

“I was 12 years old in 1990 when Undertaker debuted in WWE, and from the moment I saw him, he was my guy,” said writer Chad Dundas...

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