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    Written by: Kevin Panetta Illustrated by: Paulina Ganucheau ComicWow! Rating 7 out of 10   Zodiac Starforce is a new book from Dark Horse, about a monster-fighting team of high school girls, who have been given powers based on their zodiac ...
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    Written by: Various Illustrated by: Various ComicWow! Rating 10 out of 10   In a compilation of art, writing, and art mixed with writing, Bare Bone Studios proudly presents Pocketbook Heroes #5. In a mix of artistic imagination, creativity, ...
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    Written by: Greg Weisman Illustrated by: Pepe Larraz ComicWow! Rating 8 out of 10   The last two issues of this series haven’t been too progressive in terms of pushing the plot forward. This issue is a little better at moving forward. ...
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      StormFront Media announced today the release of a biography featuring the original heavy metal band, Metallica, titled Orbit: Metallica.   Few bands have achieved the success and status afforded the heavy metal pioneers known simply ...
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    Written & Illustrated by: Wendy Pini ComicWow! Rating 9 out of 10   In the world of Two Moons, The Call has everyone near frantic. They are all heading to the palace. Two of them are Egg and Rayek. With Rayek is the spirit of Winnowill. ...
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    Written by: Chuch Palahniuk Illustrated by: Cameron Stewart ComicWow! Rating 8 out of 10   The first page of the third issue of Fight Club 2 starts on the front porch of the Project Mayhem house, specifically telling us that the narrator is in ...
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    Written by: Brian Michael Bendis Illustrated by: Andrea Sorrentino ComicWow! Rating 8 out of 10   This issue takes us on a small tour of Battleworld, as we see plenty of the multi-domain land. One of the stops is Apocalypse, as continued from ...
  • Posted by ComicWow! - Tue at 1:47 PM
    Written by: Simon Spurrier Illustrated by: Kev Walker ComicWow! Rating 8 out of 10   Elsa Bloodstone and the little girl with her continue their walk through the Deadlands. Elsa’s connection to the child is growing, and she finds herself ...

Star Wars #7 Review

July 30, 2015, 6:08:39 am
Ben Kenobi gets the spotlight, but this isn't quite the read you're looking for. Check out our review of Star Wars #7.

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #4 Review

July 30, 2015, 4:36:54 am
Archie Comics' Sabrina reboot only gets better as it grows darker.


July 30, 2015, 4:01:00 am
GIANT-SIZE LITTLE MARVEL AVX #3(W/A/CA) Skottie Young? Playtime is serious business in the land of Marville and our tiniest heroes are putting in work to prove to their new neighbors which crew toughest.? The smaller they are, the harder they brawl--this is BATTLEWORD after all.Rated TItem Code: JUN150752 In Shops: 8/5/2015 SRP: $3.99

When High Fashion Doesn?t Realize It?s Cosplay ? Or Does It?

July 30, 2015, 4:00:37 am
Recently, I came across an old video for a “Lookbook” for a men’s fashion company dating back to 2011, so this isn’t new news, but my friends and I couldn’t help but comment on the cosplay aspects of the fashion being shown. And yet the attitude of the presentation and naming of the clothing didn’t... Read more » When High Fashion Doesn’t Realize It’s Cosplay – Or Does It?

UPDATE: New X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Images; Bryan Singer Talks Titular Villain's Look & 'Quicksilver'

July 30, 2015, 3:04:00 am
The latest issue of Empire Magazine has some new stills from X-Men: Apocalypse, and you can see them below (the one featuring Apocalypse, Psylocke, and Storm may seem familiar, but compare it to the one which debuted in EW, and you'll see it is pretty different). They also have quotes from director Bryan Singer, and he had this to say about the look of Apocalypse in the X-Men: Days of Future Past follow-up. "He'll be very similar to images in the comic. There's obviously somet ...

Magnetic Press Announce 10 Upcoming Releases

July 30, 2015, 3:00:37 am
Eisner-nominated publishing company Magnetic Press recently completed its second successful appearance at SDCC, with their first panel featuring award-winning artists and creators, as well as a peek at their new titles. Following a first-year slate that contained twelve books, forty-four digital releases, an original comic series, and two Eisner-nominations, the publisher has no plans to... Read more » Magnetic Press Announce 10 Upcoming Releases

Justice League: Gods and Monsters - Superman #1 Review

July 30, 2015, 2:38:13 am
DC's second Gods and Monsters comic book prequel explores the formative years of a very troubled Superman.


July 30, 2015, 2:10:00 am
Back in May, it was reported that a sixth installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise was already in early development over at Paramount and while it was considered somewhat of a rumor at the time, after Tom Cruise's appearance on last night's episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, it sounds like the initial report wasn't unfounded at all. Cruise revealed to Stewart that the sixth film is indeed a go, and he'll "probably start shooting it next summer." ...

?Sonja Is Not One For Considering Consequences? ? Gail Simone Talks Red Sonja #17

July 30, 2015, 2:00:00 am
Doug Murray, co-writer of Jungle Girl Season Three #4, talks with writer Gail Simone about Red Sonja #17, both on sale now. Cover art by Rebecca Isaacs and Jenny Frison. DOUG MURRAY: Perhaps I?m a bit behind on the Sonja stories but why would a warrior, in a land ruled by a supposedly evil queen,... Read more » “Sonja Is Not One For Considering Consequences” – Gail Simone Talks Red Sonja #17

The Flash Annual #4 Review

July 30, 2015, 1:25:23 am
Flash writer Van Jensen delves deeper into the new team of villains looking to take down Barry Allen.