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Commissioner Gordon to Star In His Own Show

Gotham PD looks to be getting it's own TV show starring everyone's favorite Bat-Ally.

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Zero 1 Gets Second Printing

Another Image Comics #1 is going back to a second printing.

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Image Comics Announces The Complete Multiple Warheads

Fresh off of the Image Comics Press Release

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Robots in Disguise #21 Review:

The lead up to Dark Cybertron continues with the first of a two part story focusing on Soundwave. How does the issue handle itself? Find out in the latest review of Robots in Disguise.

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Reviews of Old Comics: Uncanny X-Men #152

  UNCANNY X-MEN #152 December 1981 This is one of the first X-Men comics that I can remember buying, although not the first. That honor goes to the issue before this one which sports a classic "Kitty leaving Xavier's school crying" cover. I remember buying this and taking with me to read while my mom did the laundry at the laundromat. I got other comics as well, including an issue of Adventure Comics, but to save the life of me, I don't recall anything else. SYNOPSIS: Storm is chasing a red sports car driven by the White Queen of the Hellfire Club, Emma Frost, throwing lightning at it, unable to stop it from going off the curvy mountain road. Inside the car, Kitty wakes up and phases out the car door, as Emma tries to grab her, she loses control and goes off the edge of a cliff, crashing and erupting into flames. Storm panics and flies away haphazardly on a gust of wind. Kitty is fine from the crash, and remembers being taken by Storm to Emma Frost's Massachusetts Academy by Storm until she was kidnapped by a panicked Emma Frost. She sees that Emma was thrown clear of the crash and against her baser instincts, decides to rescue her.

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BRUBAKER AND EPTING TEAM UP ON VELVET, A DARK TWIST ON THE SPY GENRE

Revealed at July’s Image Expo, the media event that prepared the comics market for what’s next from the largest American independent comics publisher, VELVET is a dark and provocative new espionage thriller from Ed Brubaker(FATALE) and Steve Epting. The first creator-owned project from the team who brought you Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the ongoing Image Comics series VELVET will debut in October.

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BOOM! Studios October Previews for December 2013 Shipping

BOOM! Studios October Previews for December 2013 Shipping

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GI Joe Sale at Comixology

Fans of The Real American Heroes can rejoice

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Charles Soule and Tony Daniel Discuss SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #1

Next month, the world’s most powerful and famous superhero couple will take flight in their own all-new ongoing series.

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AMERICAN VAMPIRE to return in March 2014

The long awaited return of AMERICAN VAMPIRE is nearing. Set to ramp up in March 2014, the series picks up with our favorite vampires in the notorious 1960s. What’s in store for Skinner Sweet and Pearl Jones? We’ll have to wait and see.

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Giant Robot Comics Exclusive Regeneration 1 Cover

Next week sees the release of issue zero of Transformers Regeneration 1.

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Dejah Vu at Dynamite

Fresh off the presses of Dynamite's latest press release

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