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    Merry Christmas Everybody

    Santa Spider Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays or Jolly whatever you celebrate.Doesn't really matter what deity each of us prays to, it only matters that we all get along, are happy and read good...

    Hawkeye vol. 1 - Fraction Aja

    Hawkeye breezes in, nonchalantly, suggesting that there is something else going on in the lives of masked heroes. Or at least it should be. Like fresh air, Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye intends to...

    JLA Earth 2 - Grant Morrison Frank Quitely

    The good guys always win. Evildoers are doomed to a life of failure. Superman always defeats Lex Luthor, Batman always kicks Joker’s ass. Traditional superhero comics have focused, for decades, on...

    Preview: Trish Out of Water #3

    CoverTRISH OUT OF WATER #3 Vince Hernandez ­ Story / Giuseppe Cafaro ­ Art / Ruben Curto, Manuela Nerolini & Mad5 Factory - ColorsWhen her life comes crashing down on her "literally" Trish...

    The Best of Milligan McCarthy

    Half a year ago I was reading Dark Horse’s solicitations and I found “The Best of Milligan & McCarthy”. I had no idea it was a gorgeous, deluxe edition. I just paid attention to the names....

    DÉDALO en Larcomar

    Harry + Max (2004)Directed by Christopher Munch  This is a story about two brothers: their lives, their childhood memories and also the seemingly incestuous nature of their...

    Skin - Peter Milligan Brendan McCarthy

    Milligan's most controversial work / la obra más controversial de MilliganSometimes, a work gets published and the controversy begins. Conservative people then propose censorship. Luckily, as...

    Neon Genesis Evangelion Vol. 12 - Yoshiyuki Sadamoto

    Shinji Ikari, Gendo Ikari & Misato Katsuragi“I was crawling around in darkness without knowing how to love or be loved”. We can learn many things in life, but sometimes we forget to learn...

    Review: O Grande Incêndio do Chiado

    CoverO Grande Incêndio do Chiado (The Big Fire of Chiado) is a photography book compiling the photographs of four professionals that here witness to the fire that ravished this part of town. On...

    7th Annual Graphic Novel Manga Challenge

    Reading Comics Nicola Mansfield, once again, hosts the Annual Graphic Novel & Manga Challenge. This is its 7th edition and for the the second time RGN will participate.What is this Challenge...

    Review: Wolverine and the X-Men Volume 4

    Cover Finally saw the newest Wolverine movie. While its not going to be remembered as a master piece, its not a bad super-hero movie. It is based on one of the best Wolverine stories I've ever...

    Freakwave Mirkin the Mystic - Milligan McCarthy

    First version of Freakwave / primera versión de FreakwaveI grew up reading 2000AD, Britain’s weekly sci-fi anthology. 2000AD was the school of many of today’s most notable writers: Alan Moore,...

    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Jim Steranko

    After a very successful run in Strange Tales, Marvel decided it was time to give Nick Fury his own title. And thus Nick Fury, Agent of Shield begun. It is in the pages of this new title that...

    Strange Tales - Jim Steranko

    During the Cold War, Nick Fury was Marvel’s best spy. Long before the Avengers had anything to do with S.H.I.E.L.D. (Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-enforcement Division or, as...

    Dédalo - Exponatale 2013

    "Barranco a pie" - Ramiro LlonaYears ago I had the chance to read a marvelous novel: “The Tunnel” by Ernesto Sábato. I have no intention of synthesizing the book. I’ll just try to recreate...