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"This miniseries is also gonna hurt. It’s a difficult story to tell by nature, because of the role Department X was assigned in this utopian society without their choosing. They didn’t sign up for this, and X-Tremists is about the consequences of trying to force heroes into a reality they would never consciously comply with. X-Tremists is not about reveling in erasure, it’s about doing justice to how violently relieved Bobby’s gonna feel when he finally wakes up in this alternate reality and the kind of ice-cold anger he’d have once he sees that not only did Nate Grey put him on the secret police, but imagined an armband on him." -- Leah Williams

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"me: 'wait...no love? like, NONE? none love left beef? what about moms? what about queer identity? do they still know how to make babies in AoX? wh--'

[days pass]

me: 'all these COPS are HORNY and someone's PREGNANT and there's an ISSUE devoted just to GAY RAGE'" -- Leah Williams

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batmanthedarkknight234cover

Writer: Ann Nocenti
Artist: Georges Jeanty
Inker: Dexter Vines
Colorist: Michelle Stewart


So... since we've been discussing the Joker's Daughter, why not look at her first real issue? She debuted one issue before this, but this is her official debut.


Warning for violence and self-harm.

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Four pages of SERENITY: LEAVES ON THE WIND #1 have been posted. Here are three more, the first three pages of the series.

Questioning Miranda )
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DC 1,000,000 my favourite crossover ever! For me it's one of the rare - perhaps the only - where all tie-ins were worth reading, because they were plotted by Morrison, excepting for Garth Ennis' Hitman. Sometimes I think of it as DC's most creative months; each issue was just crammed with awesome, funny, twisted concepts, redesigns and revamps. If it hadn't been for this crosoover, I probably wouldn't even be much of a DC fan. It was this love letter to its rich history that showed me just what an amazing universe the DCU is.

One of my favourite tie-ins was Superman: Man of Tomorrow 1,000,000, which tells the origin of Solaris and the history of the Superman dynasty:

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This issue, MAN OF TOMORROW #1,000,000, continues from the end of ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #1,000,000, posted yesterday.

Modern Superman is taught the hundreds of millennia-long history of the Superman Dynasty, a history that spans the 20th century all the way to the 853rd.

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Man, even if you didn't pay attention to the credits, you can easily tell Whedon's back at the series's writing desk just from the dialogue.

Here's four pages from this month's Buffy #37...



Last Gleaming, Part 2 )

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