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Overland Adventures in an Undersea World: An Undertow #1 Review

Political intrigue and adventure among Atlantean rebels.

Hoka Hey: Peter Panzerfaust #17!

Tiger Lily continues her quest for revenge.

Presenting Dark Horse Presents #33!

Three tales start and three tales finish!

Another Haunted...Temple? Ghosted #7 Review

Jackson finds himself much less in control of his surroundings.

Review: The White Suits #1

Bloodstains are really difficult to get out of white clothing. The White Suits #1 is published by Dark Horse Comics.

Algebra of New Comics: Alex + Ada = Her

Alex + Ada #4 crawls along slowly, giving fans time for contemplation, if you're into that.

The Tarkin Doctrine In Action: Star Wars #14

On the fifth day of Sith, Lord Vader gave to me...

The Mercenary Sea #1 Review

A stolen submarine. A ragtag crew. A mysterious island. How bad could this be?
Awful.

Seattle Is Worse: Abe Sapien #10

Abe Sapien talks about his past and more strange occurrences.

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic - "Ponyville Days"

Men cannot define us! - Pony girlfriends everywhere.

Drumhellar #4 Review: I cant believe this is a real comic

Its so good it'll make you want to get a reach around from a 12 armed giraffe hooker from the planet kragthor.

Who Is The Lobster?: Lobster Johnson Get The Lobster #1!

The Russian Bear vs The Devil Dwarf vs The Lobster!

The X-Files Conspiracy

The real conspiracy is how crap like this gets published.

The Reservoir: A Moth City Prequel (Now With More Press Kit)

Try something new this week. The Outhouse wouldn't steer you wrong.

WE NEED UTAH! The Victories #9

The Victories take a hard look at what separates them from the bad guys.

She's Her Own Villain: Furious #1

Life's a bitch and Glass and Santos are its pimp.

Blood On Your Rusty Claws: Sledgehammer 44 Lightning War #3!

The stunning conclusion of Lightning War!

Computer Dorks and Cape Play - Binary Grey Review

Well, we done gone Indie, and to be frank, it is an enjoyable ride.