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Introducing Marvel’s Young Guns 2018

Introducing Marvel’s Young Guns 2018 Celebrating the industry’s top artists to watch! Marvel is proud to announce the next generation of talented artists for this year’s Young Guns program! These six artists have proven they are some of the best in the industry, and their incredible art has consistently been admired by comic book fans from around the world. Originally …

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AVENGERS: NO SURRENDER: Third Month Covers Revealed!

Avengers: Disassemble! The epic weekly takeover continues this February when Paco Medina takes the reigns to draw the third month of Marvel’s biggest team adventure, and Marvel is excited to reveal the covers for issues #683 – #686 of AVENGERS: NO SURRENDER by Mark Brooks as well as the first look at February’s interlocking variant covers by Nick Bradshaw! Month …

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GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: RISE OF THE HARVESTER BOOK 2 – CON OF THE DEAD

Following the success and cult following of Artist Steve McGinnis range of horror art (http://www.steveillustration.com/), he continues the macabre madness with the follow up to the 2016 graphic novel Rise of the Harvester: Book One. In book one, we are introduced to young boy sitting on a farm with evil just under the skin. We see the growth and development …

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Film Review: Spy Smasher (1942)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: “Alan Armstrong as the Spy Smasher is a costumed vigilante and freelance agent, not associated with the US government as the country has not yet joined its allies in World War Two. After discovering information about Nazi activities in occupied France, he is captured and ordered to be executed. However, with the help of Pierre Durand, …

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Comic Review: Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter – Issue #1

Depending on what kind of horror fan you are, you could look at the movie Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter as a missed opportunity.  Released by Hammer Studios in 1974, the film was intended as an alternative to their typical offering. Usually the monster was either the star, Christopher Lee, or both. Intending to flip their usual approach to vampire stories, …

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Comic Review: Sink #1

  SINK #1 WRITTEN BY JOHN LEES ART & COLOURS BY ALEX CORMACK LETTERS BY COLIN BELL PUBLISHED BY COMIX TRIBE The horror genre is known for its ubiquitous settings; a haunted family home, a house full of inbreeds in the middle of nowhere or a graveyard teeming with the undead. But horror fans are a fairly twisted bunch, and …

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