Mar 022012
 

Marvel.com reported today that longtime scribe of Fantastic Four and FF, Jonathan Hickman, is calling it quits on Marvel’s First Family. His three-year run will conclude in October with Fantastic Four #611 and FF #23.

During his few years on the book, Hickman has killed Johnny Storm, brought him back, launched the FF, revamped Black Bolt and much more, making the FF books one of the premier destinations for Marvel fans…


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Mar 022012
 

Much like Ultimate Comics Ultimates, this X-Men title is converging on Tian, the floating city of newly minted super beings that has opened its doors as a haven for mutants. Anyone who missed Ultimate Comics Hawkeye will be out of the loop, which is good for those who like to see connections within …


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Mar 022012
 

After a brief vacation hiatus, we are back in action with a whole lotta mailbag action, as well as some hefty discussion about Justice League, Scalped, American Vampire, Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi, Punisher’s rockin’ beard, and the Avengers flick. In addition, we play a lovely game of Marry, Boff, Kill. Yep…


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Mar 022012
 

I love Booster Gold. He’s the best. But despite saving the world a dozen times over, the man never gets a break. In Justice League International #7, that tradition continues as the team gets a whole new threat to face off with. This time, it might not be such an easy fight.

5 Reasons Booster Gold is Awesome
JLI #7 comes out next week and is written by Dan Jurgens with art from Aaron Lopresti. I believe in Booster Gold…


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Mar 022012
 

Though Captain America made the bold choice of Hawkeye to lead the new team of Secret Avengers, Clint’s confidence hasn’t exactly matched Cap’s enthusiasm. With Secret Avengers #24, it looks as though Hawkeye’s leadership might be called into question not only by his team, but by himself as well.

The issue releases on March 28 and is written by Rick Remender and drawn by Gabriel Hardman…


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Mar 022012
 

Emerging after years of silence, the renewed Valiant Comics is set to make a splash this summer with their new line of superhero comics, featuring tons of old favorites. The first team they revealed was that of X-O Manowar, and they even just announced a movie deal for their character Bloodshot. But today, the publisher revealed the creative team behind the returning favorite Harbinger — Unknown Soldier writer Josh Dysart and Carbon Grey’s Khari Evans…


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Mar 022012
 

Every day hundreds of new apps make their debut on the App Store, and hundreds more are updated or reduced in price. We have sifted through the noise and highlighted those select few that might be worth your attention.

Game Debuts
Gravity Project ($0.99)
Gravity Project is another promising entry in the ever-growing auto running genre, with a slick sci-fi theme.

Zombie Purge ($1.99)
Unique zombie-killing strategy/tactics title Zombie Purge is now available…


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