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Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #5 & #6


Careening through the universe and all of time, the thirteenth Doctor lands on Earth again in a storybook surrounding that is nothing like it seems. Every shadow hides danger and gives way to absurd verbal tinkery.

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Captain Marvel – the official movie special

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Marvel’s Captain Marvel the official movie special, published by Titan… wait. Marvel doesn’t print these things? 

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Newburry & Hobbes: The Undying #4

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A Victorian duo takes to the streets of a Holmesian London to conform fantastic steampunk/diesel-punk mysteries—This is the world of the Newbury & Hobbes novels. Can George Mann write a comic in the tradition of Jago & Litefoot and pass muster? With the element of the science-fantastic added to the age, yes.

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Life Is Strange #2

Writer: Emma Vieceli

Artist: Claudia Leonardi

Colorist: Andrea Izzo

Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancourt

SYNOPSIS:  Titan Comics 4 issue series Life Is Strange, is based on a popular video game. In which the main character Max, has some time bending abilities and because of this creates a giant hurricane that pretty much decimates her home town of Arcadia Bay. In this issue, a year has passed since the incident and the main character is faced with a decision to go back home and face the devastation she has caused.

STORY:  This book is clearly for the fans of the video game series, personally I am not a gamer and have never played or even heard of this game. This book plus the first issue made me want to check out the game though...

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MINIONS: VIVA LE BOSS

Written by Stephane Lapuss’

Art by Renaud Collin

THE DEAL: Don’t worry about spoilers this time, folks – I couldn’t ruin this plot if I wanted to. This series of single- and double-page shorts is exactly what you’d expect from the Minions: surprises, laughs, and the occasional awkward body humour.

THE GOOD: I’m going to be real honest, here. I hate the Minions. They’re the Pixar equivalent of Air Bud: mute, one-dimensional, and barely able to hold my attention.

But guys – I like this comic. The art has a sketch-like quality that I find endearing. The plots are tight and succinct. The punchlines are more hit than miss...

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