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THE ROCKETEER: CARGO OF DOOM #4 by G-Man

The final issue in Mark Waid’s mini was always going to be a high and a low point for me as the tale reaches its end.

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THE ROCKETEER: CARGO OF DOOM #3 by G-Man

Mark Waid’s Rocketeer mini continues with the penultimate issue in the series – an issue I was particularly hyped about when I spoke with Jordie Bellaire at the D.I.C.E. con….she mentioned ray-guns YEEHA!

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KILLOGY #1 by G-Man

One of IDW’s latest releases sees an interesting mash-up of ideas featuring zombies and gangsters from creator Alan Roberts.

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LET’S PLAY GOD #1 by G-Man
October 31, 2012, 3:48 pm
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With an all female band called Doomed Earth at the centre of this new release from IDW – I was keen to see how this new horror comic would fair.

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ZAUCER OF ZILK #1 by G-Man

This IDW release brings something completely different from anything I’ve read before with Brendan McCarthy & Al Ewing’s Zaucer of Zilk #1.

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THE CAPE: 1969 #1-4 by G-Man

After the success of The Cape, this follow-up release sees IDW bring us Joe Hill’s origin tale,  set during the Vietnam War…..but could this flashback reclaim the quality and intrigue from that first one-shot and four-parter?? Continue reading



TRANSFUSION #1 by G-Man

A grim post-apocalyptic world is laid out by writer Steve Niles & artist Menton3 in IDW’s latest release….and with a tagline that includes ‘Vampires versus Robots’ – it all sounds pretty damn cool to me.

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ROCKETEER: CARGO OF DOOM #2 by G-Man

IDW brings us issue #2 of Mark Waid’s mystery/adventure starring the Rocketeer –taking us through to the midway point of this 4-issue mini.  Following a strong opening issue (reviewed here) I had high hopes that the pulp-themed fun would continue.

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ROCKETEER: CARGO OF DOOM #1 by G-Man

The previous two collections of “Rocketeer Adventures” from IDW gave us a glimpse into the pulp characters life as viewed by a number of different writer/artist combos and they’ve followed that up with this dedicated four-part arc from Mark Waid……….ignition sequence started 😀

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THE CROW #1 by G-Man

James O’Barr’s original Crow series was released back in 1989 and became an underground success for obvious reasons – a dark, sinister tale of revenge fuelled by love seemed to resonate with a lot of people and it’s more-or-less a recognized character thanks to multiple comic follow-ups and a series of films.  The main question here is whether or not this IDW release could capture that vibe without copying the story we already know.

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