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    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...

    October comics / Cómics de octubre

    Rodin EsquejoI had more comics in October than in previous months, and I must say that this is the best equation. More comics = more reading pleasure. This month I received the excellent second...

    Review: Star Wars Omnibus Tales of the Jedi Volume 2

    Cover The second and last Tales of the Jedi omnibus from Dark Horse collects the following stories:The Freedon Nadd Uprising Dark Lords of the Sith The Sith War Redemption Or in other words, the...

    October films / Películas de octubre

    October means Halloween, and Halloween means horror movies! But first, let’s start with Dredd 3D (2012), directed by Pete Travis and starred by Karl Urban. I’ve been a fan of Judge Dredd...

    Review: Doctor Strange Season One

    Cover Marvel's Season One line focus on retelling of established superheros origin story. And this one retreads the penance path of Stephen Strange into enlightenment and magic.Stephen will have...

    Mind the Gap # 2 - Jim McCann Rodin Esquejo


    I think I was 12 years old when I first read a Sherlock Holmes book, and in an instant I became a fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation.

    Review: Star Wars Omnibus Tales of the Jedi Volume 1

    Cover 5000 years BBY the Star Wars Universe was very different.The exploration of the Galaxy was a place for pioneers only, Light Sabers still had a external power cell and the Jedi and the Sith...

    X-Men: Manifest Destiny

    Humberto RamosI grew up reading comic book anthologies: 2000AD, Zona 84, Cimoc, Creepy, etc. Reuniting a group of writers and artists in the same book is not a common practice in the US market, but...