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Cleaning the Plate for 10/7/09


4 DC titles and a big bunch of Marvel babies wrap up the week.

Criminal: The Sinners #1 Review

Criminal returns, and so does Tracy Lawless, for another hard-boiled Noir classic. Goddamn, it's good. No foolin'

The Boys #35 Review

Darick Robertson returns to tell the secret origin of Mother's Milk, but does this book suckle, or is it the tits?

The Spinrack: Retro Reviews #1

GLX reviews a trio of old Peter David comics.

Review Group Teen Titans #75

starlord had the pick for new comics shipping September 30th and he selected Teen Titans #75 by Felicia D. Henderson, Joe Bennett and Jack Jadson with Ravager Second Feature by Sean McKeever Yildiray...

Cleaning the Plate for 9/30/09


Gods, train wrecks, and a LOT of dead Titans rising this week.

Punisher Annual #1 Review

Frank takes on Spider-Man in an extra-sized Annual, but is it just too silly?

The Spinrack: Retro Review Recap

A brief recap of GLX's retro reviews, before The Spinrack moves into a retro review only format.

Shang-Chi: Master Of Kung-Fu One-Shot Review

The world's greatest Martial Artist returned this week with an all new Black and White one-shot. And even though it's got Deadpool in it, it's still worth getting.

Green Lantern Corps Quarterly - "Dreaming"

Cat-Scratch visits an Alan Scott story appearing in Green Lantern Corps Quarterly issue #5 this time about.

Review: Die Hard: Year One #1


My first review! Yay me! Or maybe boo me, if it sucks.

Haunt #1 Review

Todd McFarlane returns to comics next week with Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley, Greg Capullo and Haunt! The Outhouse has the review for you!

The Unknown: The Devil Made Flesh #1 Review

Mark Waid and Minck Oosterveer return with another tantalising mystery. And it's even better than the first one. Journey into the Unknown with Punchy's review.

Mickey Mouse and Friends #296 Review

Boom! Kids' first issue of Micky Mouse is here, and it takes some familiar faces to a strange new place, but is there enough here for adults as well as kids?