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Comics of July 20, 2016

I guess I haven’t talked much about Camp Nanowrimo much on this blog, so here goes a quick update. I’m in the middle of participating in this year’s Camp Nano, July. Unlike the November writing month where the official goal … Continue reading

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Comics of June 15, 2016

I can’t think of much for an intro this week. It’s been busy with work, and a lot of comics came out today that I picked up. I haven’t really seen any new movies or played any new video games … Continue reading

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Black Widow 3 review

The first issue of Mark Waid’s Black Widow run was an issue-long action scene where she’s running from SHIELD after taking something, and a fun one at that. Normally those kinds of issues are best left for later on in … Continue reading

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Comics of April 6, 2016 and thoughts on Batman v Superman

Although I only picked up 5 comics this week, three of them are $5 comics with extra material, whether it’s Batgirl 50, Poe Dameron 1 or Spider-Women Alpha. At the one comic store I also picked up the entire Chewbacca … Continue reading

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Black Widow 1 review

In the world of espionage fiction, it’s not all that unusual for the main character to be on the run from their own spy agency. Mission Impossible has even done this twice now, and Ed Brubaker’s Velvet comic series is … Continue reading

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Comics of March 2, 2016

It’s the first week of March, and it feels like we’ve already had more snow this month than in all of February. It’s not very often when Canadians can say we’re getting cold air from Texas. That’s what global warming … Continue reading

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