Friday, June 22, 2012

'Brave' reviews


Nobody's queen but her own

By Ann Hornaday

Washington Post June 22, 2012,1163027/critic-review.html#reviewNum1


Ill-named 'Brave' is Pixar's most cautious film yet

Kelly Jane Torrance

Examiner Movie Critic

The Washington Examiner June 22, 2012 p. 28



Who Needs a Prince When Fun's Afoot?


New York Times June 22 2012

District Comics at American Library Association event in California

Art by Brooke Allen promoting a panel talk and signing for 'District Comics' this weekend at ALA.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Weldon returns on Life in Hell

Weldon, Glen.  2012.
Binky, We Hardly Knew Ye: Groening Ends His 'Life In Hell' Comic Strip.
National Public Radio's Monkey See blog (June 20):

I don't think Glen's posted an article since last December...

OT: Another graphic novel as university advertising

A friend at Canada's Memorial University of Newfoundland has sent a link to their The League of Extraordinary Researchers or Research Strategy Framework at which is presented as a graphic novel, much like GWU's that I posted about yesterday.

Magic Bullet # 5 Kickstarter campaign ending

Project Update #6: Screenprints of the cover for MAGIC BULLET #5

Posted by Andrew Cohen Like

Kicking off our final 48 hours, we're offering a new reward ...

For $20, you can pick up a special screen print of the cover for MAGIC BULLET #5. The cover is being completed by Anthony Dihle of Fire Studio. Anthony is a Washington, DC artist and has made posters for everyone who rolls through town ... from Jay-Z and the Shins to local DC bands playing their first gig. We're thrilled to have him work on MAGIC BULLET #5, and you can see from this work-in-progress image of the cover that it's going to be a beauty ...

The quality of Anthony's work is evident, and you can see examples of his process at his websi te,

In addition to the work-in-progress image of the cover, here are a few more samples of his work ...


    PR: Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Pixar's Marty Baumann in 2012!

    Pixar's Marty Baumann is also Arlington's Marty Baumann.  I bought all of his books last year - they're very clever.

    Baltimore Comic-Con 2012 logo

    Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Pixar's Marty Baumann in 2012!

    BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - June 19, 2012 - The Baltimore Comic-Con is proud to announce the addition of Pixar's Marty Baumann as a guest at this year's show, taking place September 8-9, 2012 at the Baltimore Convention Center in downtown Baltimore.


    Marty Baumann is an artist at Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures, an illustrator, graphic artist and production designer on such films as Toy Story 3, Cars 2, Mater's Tall Tales, Planes, and many others. He also helped develop theme park installations, toy packaging, and Pixar corporate branding.

    Beyond Pixar, Marty has rendered  illustrations and developed characters for toy manufacturers, magazines and newspapers, illustrated children's books, created logos, info-graphics, Web sites, broadcast promotions, and presentation art for Hasbro, McDonald's, HarperCollins, Chronicle Books, National Geographic, Scholastic Books, Universal Studios, Weekly Reader, Nickelodeon, and many others.

    Recent Marty has worked on projects including the Carsland pavilion at Disneyland, a redesign of the classic game Monopoly, and a redesign of the Cheetos mascot, Chester the Cheetah.

    Marty has created "Robot Rodeo," a portfolio of recent work, especially for the Baltimore Comic-Con.

    "Marty is such a great guest, and brings a great pedigree to the show," said Marc Nathan, show promoter for the Baltimore Comic-Con. "I'm so pleased to be able to provide access to such a talent to our guests.  Marty was also a guest at the first Baltimore Comic-Con so it's great to have him back!"


    This year's confirmed guests for the show including: Guest of Honor, Stan "The Man" Lee (Saturday only!); Laura & Michael Allred (Madman, iZombie); Ken Bald (Golden Age Timely/Marvel artist); Brian Bolland (Dial H, Cover Story: The DC Comics Art of Brian Bolland); Greg Capullo (Batman, Spawn); Tommy Castillo (Grimm Fairy Tales); Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman); Frank Cho (Avengers vs. X-Men, Liberty Meadows); Steve Conley (Bloop webcomic; Amanda Conner (Before Watchmen:  Silk Spectre); Lar deSouza (Looking For Group, Least I Could Do); Dan Didio (O.M.A.C.); Garth Ennis (The Shadow, Hellblazer, Preacher, The Boys); Rich Faber (Roboy Red); David Finch (Batman:  The Dark Knight); John Gallagher (Buzzboy); Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman); Keith Giffen (Superman, O.M.A.C., Green Arrow); Gene Ha (Justice League); Larry Hama (G.I. Joe, Wolverine, The 'Nam); Cully Hamner (Action Comics); Dean Haspiel (Billy Dogma, ACT-I-VATE, Trip City); Jamal Igle (KISS, Supergirl, The Ray); J.G. Jones (Wanted, Doc Savage); Barry Kitson (Captain America, Iron Man, Fantastic Four); Joe Kubert (Before Watchmen: Nightowl); Scott Kurtz (; David Mack (Kabuki); Ron Marz (Artifacts, Voodoo); Bob McLeod (DC Comics Presents: Wonder Woman); Mark Morales (Avengers vs. X-Men); Jimmy Palmiotti (All-Star Western); David Petersen (Mouse Guard); Brian Pulido (Lady Death); Frank Quitely (All Star Superman, Batman & Robin); John Romita, Jr. (Avengers Vs. X-Men); Don Rosa (Uncle Scrooge); Stuart Sayger (Infestation 2: 30 Days of Night One-Shot); Walter Simonson (Thor, Legion of Super-Heroes, Avengers); Ryan Sohmer (Looking For Group, Least I Could Do); Scott Snyder (Batman, Severed, Swamp Thing); Brian Stelfreeze (ICE); Karl Story (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9); Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin); Billy Tucci (A Child Is Born, Shi); Matt Wagner (Tower Chronicles, Mage, Grendel); Mark Waid (Daredevil, Incorruptible, Irredeemable); Bernie Wrightson (Frankenstein).



    Tickets are now on sale at  Please see the website for information about General Admission tickets for Saturday and Sunday, as well as Single-Day admission for both days; Stan Lee VIP Experience Tickets for Saturday only; and tickets for photo and autograph sessions with Stan Lee for Saturday only.


    With Stan Lee returning as Guest of Honor this year, tickets are sure to sell fast, so please visit for more information about our VIP packages and to purchase your tickets online!



    In the coming weeks, look for more announcements from the Baltimore Comic-Con. We are looking forward to highlighting our guests, the Harvey Awards, industry exclusives, and programming. The latest developments can always be found on our website, Twitter, and Facebook pages.


    This year's Baltimore Comic-Con will be held September 8-9, 2012. Convention hours are Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM. The ceremony and banquet for the Harvey Awards will be held Saturday night, September 8th.


    Please take a moment to help us spread this message using the social media links embedded, reposting, or retweeting!


    Contact Information

    Please use the following e-mail addresses to contact the Baltimore Comic-Con: - for any general press inquiries or to be added to our PR distribution - for requesting exhibitor, publisher, and Artist Alley applications - for inquiries about submitted registrations - for the Harvey Awards ceremony and banquet - for general Baltimore Comic-Con inquiries


    About The Baltimore Comic-Con

    The Baltimore Comic-Con is celebrating its 13th year of bringing the comic book industry to the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area. With a guest list unequaled in the industry, the Baltimore Comic-Con will be held September 8-9, 2012. For more information, please visit

    About The Harvey Awards
    The Harvey Awards are one of the comic book industry's oldest and most respected awards. With a history of over 20 years, the last 7 in conjunction with the Baltimore Comic-Con, the Harveys recognize outstanding achievements in over 20 categories. They are the only industry awards nominated and selected by the full body of comic book professionals. For more information, please visit

    Baltimore Comic-Con | P.O. Box 917 | Reisterstown | MD | 21136

    June 27: Tim Kreider at One More Page bookstore

    I'm a big fan of Tim Kreider's former cartoons for the Baltimore City Paper, and enjoy his current columns for the New York Times. Unfortunately I can't make this, but the store is getting a book signed for me.

    Tuesday, June 19, 2012

    GWU Engineering and Computer Science "Superheroes" part 2

    Today GWU's School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) published  "IMPACT: The SEAS Superheroes" Episode 2: The Aggregator, which you can view at


    Greg McElhatton reviews Crogan's Loyalty

    I'm a big fan of Chris Schweizer's Crogan's Adventures series. Greg McElhatton reviews the latest, Crogan's Loyalty.

    Greg's reviewed an amazing number of comics at his Read About Comics blog, presumably when he's not working on SPX stuff.

    Molly Lawless' new book “Hit By Pitch”

    "Hit By Pitch," A New Look at a Sad Day

    By Vince Guerrieri

    On June 12, 2012 ·

    Fwd: SPX Acquires the Dean Haspiel Collection and Other Mini-Comics for the Small Press Expo Collection at the Library of Congress

    SPX Acquires the Dean Haspiel Collection and Other Mini-Comics for the Small Press Expo Collection at the Library of Congress

    For Immediate Release                    Contact: Warren Bernard

    Bethesda, Maryland; June 17, 2012 – Small Press Expo is pleased to announce that Dean Haspiel has generously donated his mini-comic collection to the Small Press Expo Collection at the Library of Congress. The Haspiel Collection is comprised of over 600 mini-comics spanning over 15 years. Among the collection's rare holdings are mini-comics by Raina Telgemeier, Charles Burns, Sara Varon, Nick Abadzis, Kevin Huizenga, Ron Rege, Alex Robinson, Brian Ralph, Scott Morse, Leela Corman, Paul Hornschemeier, and others, including a rare promotional mini-comic for Craig Thompson's Blankets and two limited edition mini-comics of political cartoons by Jeff Smith of Bone fame.

    Emmy Award winner Dean Haspiel, creator of the Eisner-nominated Billy Dogma, said this about his donation:

    "I can't think of a more honorable home for my massive mini-comics collection than the Library of Congress. I'd like to publicly thank and commend Warren Bernard, Chris Oarr, Karon Flage, Greg McElhatton, Greg Bennett, Eden Miller, the late Jeff Alexander, and the rest of the SPX gang for years of allowing me to discover and enjoy so many diamonds in the rough that turn into comix gold."

    This generous donation is in addition to the mini-comics and tabloid newspaper comics donated by SPX exhibitors at last year's show, thanks to a joint team of SPX and Library of Congress staff asking exhibitors to donate works to the collection. Over 120 mini-comics, tabloid comics, and graphic novels were added to the collection due to the generosity of creators and publishers. Showing its commitment to the collection, the Library of Congress has already sent a number of tabloid comics including Magic Bullet, Smoke Signals, and Pood for de-acidification to ensure the long term preservation of these publications on fragile newsprint.

    Georgia Higley, head curator of the Serial and Government Publications Division of the LIbrary of Congress, has this to say about these additions to the Library of Congress' holdings:

    "A wealth of creativity was donated to the Library in this first year of the SPX-LC agreement.  I was impressed with the diversity of subject matter, formats, and artistic styles represented by this year's comic book donations.  To an even greater extent I was impressed with the generosity of the creators and publishers who willingly gave their work to us for safekeeping.   From the tiny two-inch square mini-comic to the oversize hardback and from the promising newcomer to the long-established publisher, it's obvious that the independent comic book is alive and well and now is represented at the Library of Congress.  We look forward to next year!"

    The Small Press Expo Collection at the Library of Congress is a first of its kind partnership to preserve the legacy of the indie comics community by focusing on limited edition mini-comics and other publications that are created by SPX exhibitors.

    About SPX

    Small Press Expo (SPX) is the preeminent showcase for the exhibition of independent comics, graphic novels, and alternative political cartoons. SPX is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit that brings together more than 300 artists and publishers to meet their readers, booksellers and distributors each year. Graphic novels, mini comics, and alternative comics will all be on display and for sale by their authors and illustrators, as well as a series of panel discussions and interviews with this year's guests.

    As in previous years, profits from the SPX will go to support the the SPX Graphic Novel Gift Program, which funds graphic novel purchases for public and academic libraries, as well as the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF), which protects the First Amendment rights of comic book readers and professionals. For more information on the CBLDF, go to their website at

    SPX 2012 will be held Saturday, September 15  and Sunday, September 16.  For more information on the Small Press Expo, please visit

    June 29: Millennium Actress anime screening

    Animezing 2012

    © DreamWorks
    Friday, June 29th @ 6:30 pm

    Mark your calendars!



    Treasures of Tohoku:

    A Photographic Journey through Japan's Northeastern Region
    5/10 - 9/14

    Monday - Friday

    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Closed Independence Day and Labor Day.  


    JICC, Embassy of Japan
    1150 18th St., NW
    Suite 100
    Washington, DC 20036

    Friday June 29, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


    In this cinematographic masterpiece, animator and director Satoshi Kon intricately intertwines the concept of truth and fiction that stretches the limits of animated film. Kon's credits include Tokyo Godfathers and Paprika, both shown at the JICC. Millennium Actress received the Grand Prize in the Japan Agency of Cultural Affairs Media Arts Festival.      


    Genya Tachibana, a documentary filmmaker, travels to the isolated mountain lodge to interview the legendary actress Chiyoko Fujiwara. Now a 70 year old woman living in seclusion, Chiyoko was once a major movie star who dominated the Japanese screens. Her movies and her roles encompassed a millennium, from the Warring States Period of the 15th and 16th centuries to the science-fiction space age - but a single desire served as an inspiration for each role and in each era - to see her first love again. As she recounts the magnificent story of her life, Chiyoko transcends the lines between the past and the present, and reality and fantasy.


    In Japanese with English subtitles. Rated PG. 87 mins. 2001. Directed by Satoshi Kon.


    This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Please note that seating is limited and registration does not guarantee guests a seat. Registered guests will be seated first. Open seats will be given to guests on standby when the program begins.

    Embassy of Japan | 1150 18th St., NW | Suite 100 | Washington | DC | 20036

    Sunday, June 17, 2012

    Flying Dog brewery tours include Ralph Steadman

    The Post's website seems incapable of pulling up the actual story, but you can see a blog post on the story about Flying Dog Brewery of Frederick -- the Brewery uses Ralph Steadman art for their beer labels.

    Big Planet Comics Orbit Newsletter - June 15, 2012

    Big Planet Comics

    June 15, 2012

    Free Role-Playing Game Day and Sale on Saturday!

    Nick Abadzis added to our slew of great signing events this summer when he appeared at our Bethesda store last Saturday, if you missed it we have copies of his new Hugo Tate book available with hand-sketches inside!

    This Saturday in our Vienna and College Park stores we will be celebrating Free Role-Playing Game Day with a bunch of free games and sample games to be given out! In our College Park store we will be having a sale on all our games, from 5% to 30% off! Come in to College Park and see what is on sale!

    Also, to celebrate our 50th podcast on June 27, we will be having a live podcast, broadcast from our Vienna store at 8 pm, and you are all invited! If you want to come in and watch the podcast, and come up and add your comments or questions to the show, please do! We will have more information about it soon, but lock it in to your schedule!

    June 16 - Free Role-Playing Game Day

    Much like Free Comic Book Day, Free Role-Playing Game (RPG) Day is an annual event where publishers send us some cool stuff to give away free – adventures, modules, game samples, dice, and intro games! We'll have this free game stuff at both our Vienna and College Park stores all day, but we are only given a limited amount of items, so come in early if you want to be sure to get the ones you want! We'll have stuff for Shadowrun, Pathfinder, Dungeons&Dragons, dice, and more!

    More info, including a list of everything we'll have, is at


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    UPCOMING July 4 - Big Planet Comics 26th Anniversary Sale

    In 1986, Big Planet Comics was born, so come celebrate 26 years with us on the 4th of July when we do our annual sale! All stores!

    Since the 4th falls in the middle of the week this year, we may do even shorter hours than our normal holiday schedule, but we will let you know!


    Siegfried 1 HC

    by Alex Alice

    The epic story of Siegfried comes to amazing life under the direction of Alex Alice, who manages to add a Disney-like flavor with the cartoony style of the Nibelung dwarves, and gorgeously lush art as Siegfried is prepared by the gods for his destiny to fight a massive dragon! Plus the book includes a huge section on the research behind the story and the preparation to turn it into an animated film. Amazing!

    Spider-Men #1 (of 5)

    by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli

    What's cooler than the Amazing Spider-Man? A team-up with the great new Ultimate Spider-Man! Peter Parker is pulled into the Ultimate Universe, for the first crossover ever between the mainstream Marvel Universe! Peter finds himself in a world where he was killed and Miles Morales is the new Spider-Man! A great start!

    Bad Medicine #1

    by Nunzio DeFillipis, Christina Weir and Christopher Mitten

    An ongoing series of strange science fiction experiments, with the first case running over 2 issues. A body is found with an invisible head! The disgraced (and possibly crazy) scientist who first worked on creating invisibility is called in to work with the U.S. government, as the possibility of an invisible murderer grows!

    Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #1 (of 4)

    by Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner
    The second Before Watchmen series is also written by Cooke but art by the awesome Conner! Silk Spectre tries to raise her daughter to follow in her footsteps even as she is affected by her mother's choices while trying to survive high school and have a normal life - even though she is training to be a superhero too!

    The Massive #1

    by Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson

    After the Earth's ecology shifts terribly, drowning coasts and ravaging international travel, one last eco-warrior ship travels the sea, searching for their companions lost on the giant freighter The Massive, while dodging pirates and slowly running out of fuel. A compelling adventure set in a vibrantly dangerous vision of near scifi future of ecological collapse with great art.

    Planetoid #1

    by Ken Garing

    A space pirate crashlands on a strange alien world where technological monsters rampage through the wreckage of a fallen civilization. Silas must use all of his resources to survive and find out why his ship crashed, and perhaps find a way to escape. Great gritty art and adventure!

    Spider-Man: The Graphic Novels HC

    by Susan Putney, Gerry Conway, Charless Vess, Stan Lee, Bernie Wrightson, Alex Saviuk and Ross Andru
    Some of the best Spider-Man graphic novels of the 1980s and 1990s are finally collected into an oversized hardcover! An amazing adventure in Scotland by Charles Vess, a trippy voyage to a magical realm, the history of Peter Parker and Mary Jane before they met and after, and fighting Nazis with Silver Sable! A great selection.

    X-Men #30

    by Brian Wood and David Lopez
    The X-Men add another great book to their roster as Brian Wood takes over the writing duties and Storm leads her team on a mission without reporting a lot of secret details to Cyclops! Lopez's art makes this another winner.
    American Vampire: Lord Of Nightmares #1 (Of 5)
    AVX vs. #3 (Of 6)
    Battle Scars SC
    Batwoman Vol 1 Hydrology HC
    Boys Vol 11 Over The Hill With The Swords Of A Thousand SC
    Conan The Barbarian #5
    Dancer #2
    Daredevil By Mark Waid Vol 2 HC
    Days Of Destruction, Days Of Revolt HC
    DC Comics Presents Superman Adventures #1 SC
    Deathlok Nightmare Of Collins HC
    Dungeons & Dragons Classics Vol 3 SC
    Invincible #92
    Justice SC
    Kevin Keller #3
    Loxleys And The War Of 1812 HC
    Night Of 1000 Wolves #2 (Of 3)
    Orc Stain Vol 1 SC New Ptg
    The Phoenix #4
    Prince Valiant Vol 5 1945-1946 HC
    Saucer Country #4
    Seven Soldiers Of Victory Vol 02 (Of 2) SC
    The Spider #2
    Sunday Funnies Collected Vol 02
    Tiny Titans: Growing Up Tiny SC
    Ultimate Comics Spider-Man By Bendis Vol 2 HC

    Big Planet Comics Podcast #48
    Kevin, Nick and Jared play with sound effects, eat some cake, and review all the new comics! Download now or subscribe on iTunes!
    Bad Medicine #1 by Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir and Christopher Mitten
    Bad Medicine #2 by Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir and Christopher Mitten
    Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #1 (of 4) by Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner
    The Massive #1 by Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson
    Planetoid #1 by Ken Garing
    Siegfried HC by Alex Alice
    Spider-Men #1 (of 5) by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli
    X-Men #30 by Brian Wood and David López

    Send us questions to or leave a voicemail at 1-703-539-CAST! (1-703-539-2278)

    6/16 - Free RPG Day
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    College Park, MD 20740

    426 Maple Ave. East
    Vienna, VA 22180

    7/4 - 20% off Sale
    All stores!

    7/28 - Matt Dembicki
    Signing Xoc
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    Signing Xoc
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    New Next Week 6/20

    (Let us know if you want any of these!)
    Adventure Time #5
    Alabaster Wolves #3 (Of 5)
    Angel & Faith Vol 1 Live Through This SC
    Avengers Academy #32 AVX
    Avengers Vs X-Men #2 (Of 12) 4th Ptg
    Avengers Vs X-Men #6 (Of 12)
    Avenging Spider-Man #8 Ends
    Baltimore Dr Leskovar's Remedy #1 (Of 2)
    Batman Beyond Unlimited #5
    Batwoman #10
    Before Watchmen: Comedian #1 (Of 6)
    Before Watchmen: Comedian #1 (Of 6) Combo Pack
    Birds Of Prey #10
    Blue Beetle #10
    BPRD Hell On Earth Devils Engine #2 (Of 3)
    Buck Rogers In 25th Century Sundays Vol 2 1933 HC
    Captain Atom #10
    Casanova Avaritia #4 (Of 4)
    Catwoman #10
    Challengers Of The Unknown Omnibus By Kirby HC
    Chew #27 2nd Ptg
    Complete Flash Gordon Library Vol 1 On Planet Mongo HC
    Crossed Badlands #8
    Daredevil #14
    Dark Avengers #176
    Dark Horse Presents #13
    Dark Tower Gunslinger Man In Black #1
    Darkness #104
    DC Universe Presents #10
    Dejah Thoris & White Apes Of Mars #3
    Dominique Laveau Voodoo Child #4
    Jim Butcher Dresden Files Fool Moon #6
    Elephantmen #40
    Fables #118
    First Wave SC
    Frankenstein Agent Of Shade Vol 1 War Monsters SC
    Ghostbusters #10
    GI Joe A Real American Treasury Edition
    Glory #27
    Godzilla #2
    Green Lantern Corps #10
    Grim Leaper #2 (Of 4)
    Hardcore #1 2nd Ptg
    Hellblazer #292
    Hellblazer Vol 3 The Fear Machine SC New Edition
    Higher Earth #2
    Hulk #54
    Into The Volcano SC
    Invincible Iron Man #519
    Invincible Iron Man Vol 9 Demon HC
    Johnny Red Vol 2 Red Devil Rising HC
    Journey Into Mystery #640
    Judge Dredd Digest: Cursed Earth Saga SC
    Judge Dredd Digest: The Day The Law Died SC
    Kung Fu Panda #6 (Of 6)
    Legion Of Super Heroes #10
    Liberty Meadows Sunday Collected 1 HC
    Los Angeles Ink Stains Vol 1 SC
    Lost Dogs GN
    Mad Magazine #516
    Marathon GN
    Mars Attacks #1
    Mars Attacks Classics Vol 1 SC
    Marvel Universe Avengers Earths Heroes #3
    Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man Comic Reader #2 SC
    Memorial #6 (Of 6)
    Merciless Rise Of Ming #2
    Meskin Out Of The Shadows SC
    Mickey Mouse Vol 3 Noon Inferno Gulch HC
    Nancy In Hell On Earth #3 (Of 4)
    Near Death #9
    New Avengers #27 AVX
    New Mutants #44
    New York Mon Amour HC
    Next Men Aftermath #44
    Nightwing #10
    Planet Of The Apes #15
    Punisher #12
    Ragemoor #4
    Rebel Blood #4 (Of 4)
    Red Hood And The Outlaws #10
    Reed Gunther #10
    Rio HC
    Saga #4
    Secret Avengers #28 AVX
    The Secret History Of DB Cooper #4
    The Shadow #3
    Silver Surfer Rebirth Of Thanos SC New Ptg
    Simpsons Comics #191
    Slam Dunk Vol 22 SC
    Snake Eyes & Storm Shadow #14
    Roger Langridge's Snarked #9
    Sonic The Hedgehog Archives Vol 18 SC
    Spider-Man Trouble On Horizon HC
    Spider-Men #1 (Of 5) 2nd Ptg
    Star Wars Darth Vader Ghost Prison #2 (Of 5)
    Star Wars Dawn Of The Jedi #5 Force Storm
    Static Shock Vol 1 Supercharged SC
    Supergirl #10
    Team Cul De Sac HC
    TMNT Micro Series #5 Splinter
    Trinity: A Graphic History Of The First Atomic Bomb SC
    The Twelve Vol 2 HC
    Uncanny X-Men #14 AVX
    Unwritten #38
    Venom #19
    Walking Dead #99
    Winter Soldier #7
    Wolverine #308
    Wonder Woman #10
    Wonderland Alphabet Alice's Adventure HC
    X-9 Secret Agent Corrigan Vol 4 HC
    X-Factor #238
    X-Men: X-Club SC
    Young Justice #17
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