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'There are still people out there who don't GET it!! Who dismiss the issues as "just" Photoshopping images from the show. To them, I can only say one thing: Try it. See how well you do. Sigh.' - John Byrne

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"One day I woke up with an idea, that came out of nowhere, for how to extend this most strange and storied of 'analogue' properties into a new space. A new floor on top of Alan Moore and Rob Liefeld's house." -- Warren Ellis

Twelve thousand years to see the other side of the road. )
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When last we left our gyro-eating heroine, Wolverine deduced that she was an Inhuman, not a mutant, and Medusa told Lockjaw to keep an eye on her. In this issue, we learn an important fact about Lockjaw.

The fact is below the cut )

Writer: G. Willow Wilson
Artist: Adrian Alphona
Cover artist: Jamie McKelvie

Storm #3

Oct. 16th, 2014 01:00 am
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When last we left our former divine heroine, she ran into Callisto and assumed she kidnapped some adults for no reason at all.

This issue a different person from her past )

Writer: Greg Pak
Artist: Matteo Buffagni
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War is hell )

Writers: Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis
Artist: Brooke A. Allen

Trees #4

Oct. 16th, 2014 11:38 am
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"TRANSMET seems so long ago! But, no, the time difference isn’t the thing. It’s a different kind of story, with a different atmosphere. TREES is a less frenetic and hysterical book. It’s a slow burn, in a lot of ways, with more complex personalities and relationships." -- Warren Ellis

This means something )
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Of all the EC horror stories I've read, "A-Corny Story" (Tales from the Crypt #28, Feb-Mar 1952) is the one I find the most chilling. This, despite the utter lack of gore, scary faces, or the like. (The art, after all, is by Jack Kamen, best known for his realistic touch on EC's crime and suspense stories.) Read on and I'll tell you why, at the end.

No, this isn't the Bruce Wayne from _Batman: Tenses_, despite his similar attitude problem )


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