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Venture Brothers 4.14: Assisted Suicide

Something plagues Doctor Venture inside his mind, and only Doctor Orpheus can fix it.

Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 1.08: Some Assembly Required

The Avengers get a headquarters and all these wonderful new toys. Unfortunately, an old enemy of Thor's comes a knocking, using the Hulk against the team.

Review Group: KICK ASS 2 #1

Chubbles had the pick for new comics shipping October 20th and he selected KICK ASS 2 #1 by Mark Millar, John Romita Jr., Tom Palmer and Dean White.

Ragman: Suit of Souls Review

Christos Gage gives everyone's favorite Jewish mystic superhero a spin!  How does the issue hold up?  Click and find out!

JackAss 3D

Since no one is talking about it. Here's a review of JackAss 3D.

Richard Stark's Parker: The Outfit

Eli takes a look at the follow up to the critically acclaimed The Hunter!

Batman: the Brave and the Bold 2.19 - Emperor Joker

Joker gets the powers of Bat-Mite. We're doomed. Also Batman: the Multi-Colored Dreamcape.

"Feed" by Mira Grant

The next review in our halloween zombie run is the first volume of the Newsflesh trilogy- Feed.  It is a must read for any zombie lover.

Avengers: Earth Mightiest Heroes! 1.01 & 1.02: Breakout Part 1 and 2

The Avengers get their due at long last in animated form.

The Last Days of American Crime #3

The smartest guy in The Outhouse, Eli Katz, takes a look at the conclusion to Radical's The Last Days of American Crime.

Review Group: Victorian Undead Special

BlueStreak had the pick for new comics shipping October 13th and he selected Victorian Undead Special by Ian Edginton and Horacio Domingues.

Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #5 Review

GLX reviews Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #5.

Ex Machina: A Retrospective Look

Porcelain38 takes a look back on the best series of the decade, Ex Machina. 

Knight & Squire #1 Review

Tally ho! Britain's Batman and Robin get their own mini-series. It's as British as you can get, and gloriously demented.