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Judge Dredd Megazine #412

Judge Dredd: The Red Queen’s Gambit 4

Written by: Arthur Wyatt

Art by: Jake Lynch

Colors by: John Charles

Letters by: Annie Parkhouse

This Judge Dredd story is action packed but often to its detriment. The pages are very crowded and the panel layouts seem to be jammed together. Not to mention the story has very little to do with the Red Queen actually, other then that the story is written well and the artwork has an old school feel to it but works to convey the action.

2000 AD DeMarco, PI: An Eye Part Three

Written by: Laura Bailey

Art by: Paul Williams

Letters by: Ellie De Ville

First of all, you lost me at black and white. And also that i have no idea what is happening in the story because this appears to be the end of a story and I haven’t read the rest of the story...

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Chastity #1

Written by: Leah Williams

Art by: Daniel Maine

Colors by: Bryan Valenza

Letters by: Carlos M. Mangual

Edited by: Matt Idelson

SYNOPSIS: In the 1980s and after a career-ending injury shatters her (and, really, her mother’s) Olympic dreams, 17-year-old Chastity Marks finds an escape in a popular series of vampire novels… but little does she know that the novels conceal a secret underworld of blood, agony, and death – a world that she will be dragged into kicking and screaming. The classic Chaos! Character returns – reimagined, rebooted, and ready for blood! – Comixology

Story: The story here is written really well. I am not personally familiar with the original take on this character but the way the story is written it is not necessary...

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Blade Runner 2019 #2

Written by: Michael Green & Mike Johnson

Art by: Andres Guinaldo

Colors by: Marco Lesko

Letters by: Jim Cambell

Edited by: David Leach

SYNOPSIS: Early in the 21st Century, the TYRELL CORPORATION advanced robot evolution to the NEXUS phase – creating artificial beings virtually identical to humans – known as REPLICANTS.

Superior in strength and agility, the Replicants functioned primarily as Off-world slave labor or in hazardous, high-collateral combat situations.

After replicants were declared illegal on Earth, special police operatives – called BLADE RUNNERS – had orders to kill or ‘RETIRE’ any trespassers upon detection.

Detective AAHNA ASHINA of the Los Angeles Police Department was one of the first to qualify for the assignment.

Her colleagues called her ASH.

She was the ...

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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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Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers – Rangers Forever #1

Written by: Ryan Parrott

Illustrated by: Eleonora Carlini & Francesco Martarino

Colors by: Raul Angulo & Katherine Lobo

Letters by: Ed Dukeshire

Synopsis: The epic conclusion as The Power Rangers face off against Alpha 1 and the reveal of Rita’s true plan; a familiar newcomer whose arrival in Angel Grove will change everything.

So the story here is apparently a conclusion to a previous storyline. The reader is thrown into the middle of a large battle. The story is easy to follow but kind of goes off into random directions after the battle is over, to me personally it sort of feels like they just jammed two separate stories into one book.

The artwork I really love. Its super fun and vibrant. The character designs are cartoony as well as a bit of manga style squeezed in.

I wish the story ...

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