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"I was drinking and complaining about how all someone needs to do to have a hit is jam monsters into history, fiction and non fiction. I said, “You could just take Lewis and Clark and say they were really hunting monsters in the american frontier.” Then I realized it wasn’t terrible idea and I could have fun and maybe make money with it. So I stopped complaining and here we are." - Chris Dingess

Writer: Chris Dingess
Artist: Matthew Roberts
Colorist: Owen Gieni

8 of 24 pages

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An installment of the webcomic Abnormality, a onetime feature by Winston Rowntree of Subnormality notoriety.

Well, this shouldn't prove to be at all controversial *cough* )
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'I'm going for sort of an epic fantasy thing -- "Game of Thrones" has been tossed around, but I've been reading doorstopper fantasy since I could barely lift the books ("Wheel of Time," Tad Williams, Patrick Rothfuss, Stephen Lynch, China Mieville, Joe Abercrombie, David Eddings, David Anthony Durham, hell, even Stephen King's "Dark Tower stuff"). It's also got the sci-fi angle, though -- alien races, high technology, etc. I don't know that Marvel's putting out anything else like it right now -- or DC, for that matter.' - Charles Soule

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So Caliber's catalog has recently been added to Comixology which gives me a chance to read their Oz series (well part of it was published by Arrow, the part that gives it it's moniker 'Dark Oz')... This comic is infamous among Oz fans, so I decided to check it out and see just how dark, and depraved it is.

The first issue is 27 pages, and the second is 31, so I am coming in comfortably under the limit.

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Missing Tags: Creator: Bill Bryan, Creator: Stuart Kerr, Publisher: Caliber Comics
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When last we left our unfortunate heroine, her home planet Caminus was being invaded by the combiner Menasor.

Well, the police can handle it, right? )

Writer: Mairghread Scott
Story by: Mairghread Scott & John Barber
Artist: Sarah Stone
Cover artist: Casey W. Coller
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Oh man! I can't believe I almost forgot about this. Image put out their solicits last week for their upcoming books in July. This was one jump out at me like a sorethumb.

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When last we left Cybertron, the Aerialbots had somehow fused into a combiner, Superion, but were left comatose afterward. A bunch of Transformers left for Earth to retrieve the Enigma of Combination, an ancient artifact that allows Transformers to turn into actual functioning combiners. They got their hands on it, and Scoop secreted it to Starscream.

This can have no bad results )

Writer: John Barber
Story by: Mairghread Scott & John Barber
Artist: Livio Ramondelli
Cover artist: Casey W. Coller


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