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"I don't want to say the Inhuman angle was 'forced' on us, but kinda sorta, so in a lot of ways, Lunella's wanting to avoid becoming Inhuman reflected our personal feelings about that story aspect! . . . In truth, the Inhuman angle became very interesting, creatively, as I think the story proved..." - Brandon Montclare

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I'm actually rather surprised that nothing from this has been posted here yet, as I think we may have another potential breakout character from Marvel here in the shape of a science-loving young girl named Lunella, but thanks to this title by Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare, with Natacha Bustos on art, we are likely to know her better by another name quite soon, as one half of the promisingly weird buddy series;

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I'll get around to posting some of the other storylines from this series at some point, but first I thought that I'd post how the series ended, by bring back Amy Reeder and introducing some of the elements from the first storyline, Disenchanted.

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Previous part,

In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
A stately pleasure-dome decree:
Where Alph, the sacred river, ran
Through caverns measureless to man
Down to a sunless sea.
So twice five miles of fertile ground
With walls and towers were girdled round:
And here were gardens bright with sinuous rills,
Where blossomed many an incense-bearing tree;
And here were forests ancient as the hills,
Enfolding sunny spots of greenery. (lines 1-11)

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Today I thought that I'd start a brief look at Matt Wagner's series based on the then relatively obscure character, the titular Madame Xanadu.

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ComicBookResources has the preview of issue #7, and the creepiness factor continues.

And I think I have an explanation about the past issues about the art.

UPDATE: Looks like there is a change in the talent behind Batwoman.

I summon thee. I summon thee. I summon thee. )
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Oh boy, do I ever love these moments.
Kathy Kane being awesome. Select spread pages from the issue behind the cut.

You gave it your best shot..... )
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Two items of interest.

1) Courtesy of The Source, here's a first look at the variant cover for Batwoman #0, coming out this November. )

2) The Source has also published news about a Commissioner Gordon co-feature in Detective Comics, starting in the November issue (#871). It'll be written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Francesco Francavilla. More info and a bit of teaser art under the cut.

Commissioner Gordon in: Skeleton Cases )

Both of these look really interesting.


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