Most new comic titles begin with an issue that’s slightly longer than usual, for the normal price of between $3 and $4. Others open with a double-sized issue for an extra dollar. It makes sense; it’s a good way to … Continue reading
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This is a bit of a weird week of comics for me. I picked up 6, and that’s a decent number. There’s enough to read for the first time in a while, yet there isn’t too much. At the same … Continue reading
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Sara Pezzini fights a former witchblade bearer inside an alternate dimension while trying to stop a political assassination. In other words this issue is just weird, but the way the Witchblade series specializes in.