Batman Still Missing: Previewing’Detective Comics’ #1055

Writer Matthew Rosenberg, Mariko Tamaki Artist Fernando Blanco, Amancay Nahuelpan Colours Jordie Bellaire Letters: Ariana Maher, Rob Leigh Cover Artists Irvin Rodriguez, Lee Bermejo,

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Tripwire Presents Bristol Comic Con: Guest Announcements Including Howard Chaykin, Jock And Brian Stelfreeze

Tripwire Magazine was first produced in 1992 by Joel Meadows. A man who has voraciously following the goings on of

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Previewing The Golden Age Emerald Archer In ‘Green Arrow 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular’

Written by Vita Ayala, Devin Grayson, Mike Grell, Phil Hester, Jeff Lemire, Larry O’Neil, Benjamin Percy, Stephanie Phillips, Mariko Tamaki, Tom

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House Of X: Wake Yourselves Up With Previews Of All This Week’s ‘X-Men’ Titles

Quite a busy week for the X-Men this with four titles hitting stores Wednesday 10th February, 2021 from Marvel. We’ve

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How An Era Changes: ‘Black Terror #5’ Reviewed

Bob Benton, aka the Black Terror, visits with an old flame and an estranged son. Neither is interested in seeing Bob, but he has some news to bestow upon his son, Robby. This news will change Robby’s life, and it will mean a new era for Black Terror.

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The Streets Are Getting Restless: ‘Daredevil #18’ Reviewed

The Owl has kidnapped Izzy Libris’ granddaughter. Detective Cole North is tired of staying out Hell’s Kitchen, and he rallies his precinct to intervene in the ongoing gang war between Owl and the Libris Family. Thankfully, the cops have backup from Daredevil.

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Hell’s Kitchen Was An Afterthought: ‘Daredevil #17’ Reviewed

Matt tries to make amends with the mother of the burglar he accidentally killed while Izzy Libris and Hammerhead have another showdown over who runs Hell’s Kitchen. Meanwhile, the Stromwyn’s are attending a masquerade ball, and Mayor Wilson Fisk may actually be too scared to go.

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He Took The Entire Batch: Black Terror #4 Reviewed

The Black Terror battles the drug-fueled Bad Groove, but the Groove, rather than being taken back to prison, kills himself instead. His LSD-tainted blood gets in the mouth of the Terror, and this causes the hero to experience an acid trip through the life of Bad Groove.

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How Do You Solve A Problem Like Elektra? Daredevil #16 Reviewed

Matt Murdock and Elektra discover Mayor Wilson Fisk’s run-in with the Stromwyn’s while Izzy Libris and Hammerhead clash over how to run Hell’s Kitchen. The fate of Hell’s Kitchen hangs in the balance as Matt and Elektra strike back at the Stromwyn’s.

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Review: Incoming! #1 Faces The Future Of The Marvel Universe

As 2019 ends, a new future looms for the Marvel Universe. Incoming! follows the pattern of hinting at stories and

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