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    Review: Scars

    Cover How much of a monster do you have to become to hunt monsters?Scars follows Detective John Cain and his partner when they are faced with the investigation of a horrible murder of a eleven...

    Madrox - Peter David Pablo Raimondi

    David Lloyd (covers / portadas)In the Marvel Universe there are thousands of fictional characters, most of them with quite reiterative powers (flight, super-strength, energy rays, etc.), and it...

    Hit-Girl # 3 - Mark Millar

    One’s greatest desire is to be desired by the other, said Jacques Lacan once. And although Lacan wasn’t exclusively referring to 12 year-old girls, I think that phrase fits in here quite nicely....

    Review: SCUD the Disposable Assassin, The Whole Shebang

    Cover In the future everyone can buy a robot assassin from a common vending machine. The most popular are the SCUD heartbreaker series. The golden robots that get the job done and self-destruct as...

    The Secret Service # 4 - Mark Millar Dave Gibbons

    Gary is good with guns, lethal in hand-to-hand combat and a fast driver. Nevertheless, he lacks the proper elegance and distinguished demeanor of a James Bond. In order to become a spy for the...

    Reverso - Centro Colich (Barranco)

    “Los colosos custodios de un rey ficticio”- Hugo SalazarHere is a question that has vexed me of late: what really constitutes an act of creation?I have -for a couple of years now- been...

    Fashion Beast # 2 - Alan Moore, McLaren Percio

    “You decided to trade being a coat hanger for a clothes hook?” is the question Doll, a courageous transvestite, must answer. After being fired, Doll wanders in the streets. There’s poverty in...

    Review: Leviathan

    CoverLeviathan is the new jewel of the seas. A behemoth of a ship that has more resemblances with a floating city than a oceanic cruiser.On its maiden voyage it disappeared into a limbo like...

    Materia oscura - Pablo Patrucco (Galería Enlace)

    Random quotes lunch at home / almuerzo en casaEager to fulfill properly my promise here I am again, writing in the most enthusiastic way that I can possibly conceive today. Iris Murdoch wrote once...

    Solicitations: Aspen Comics February 2012

    Jam PosterAspen Comics February 2013 solicitations have arrived. CoverFATHOM: BLUE DESCENT TPB David Schwartz – Story / Alex Sanchez ; Scott Clark – Art / Peter Steigerwald ; John Starr -...

    Uncanny Avengers # 1 - Remender John Cassaday

    When it comes to comic books, I have a tendency of avoiding death and embracing only the final farewell. Death has turned into a cliché, a hollow resource merely employed for shock value. So...

    Review: Outer Orbit

    Cover What do a green ex-cop, a blue pizza guy and a brown intergalactic thief have in common?!Nothing, but in Outer Orbit they will have to learn how to live with each other, better yet, after...

    Future Collection: FATHOM: KIANI (vol 2) #4

    Cover AVince Hernandez – writer / Oliver Nome – art / John Starr - colorsThe Blue’s fiercest warrior returns as FATHOM: KIANI vol 2 concludes!It is civil war amongst the Blue under the...

    Off-Topic: I keep expecting Miguel O'Hara to pass by my window

    Greatings fellow comics lover,Reading Graphic Novels reached an important milestone. Its actually the first recorded one and by a whim of fate. A moment later and the moment would be lost. The...

    Happy # 1 - Grant Morrison Darick Robertson

    There are scenes that make or break a comic. As a writer, one is always trying to come up with something original that, ideally, will fascinate the audience. Sometimes, though, writers cross an...