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UNCANNY AVENGERS #1 by G-Man

The first of the Marvel Now! titles hit with Uncanny Avengers and following a good (but not great) AvsX event (reviewed here) I was interested to see just how things would go for the new direction Marvel have chosen to take.

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AVENGERS VS X-MEN #0-12 by G-Man

Some comic book events will miss the mark and most these days seem to get a bad reception for another event being rolled out but in the case of Avengers vs X-Men….would we see anything new?

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COMICS ANONYMOUS GO TO THE MOVIES: AVENGERS ASSEMBLE by G-Man

The ultimate Marvel team-up finally hit screens here last night for the UK, a week ahead of the US who get the film on the 4th May.  The question on everyone’s lips since its announcement was “Could Joss Whedon pull it off?” (SPOILER ALERT!! – although I’ve tried to keep away from giving any of the finer details)

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AVENGING SPIDER-MAN #5 by G-Man

Avenging Spider-Man harks back to the Marvel Team-Up days and after an initial 3-issue arc we’re onto a series of one-shots where Spidey teams up with a particular member of the Marvel Universe – in the case of issue #5….and as you can see by that glorious Leinil Yu cover…..this time round it’s Captain America’s turn.

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CARNAGE: U.S.A. #1 by G-Man

After reading the 5-issue Carnage mini-series in late 2010/early 2011 by Writer Zeb Wells and AMAZING artist Clayton Crain – I was pretty hyped for their 2nd mini starting.

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COMICS ANONYMOUS TALKS TO TIM SALE by Craig
November 27, 2011, 9:17 pm
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One of the big highlights of Thought Bubble for me, and for many of the people I spoke to over the weekend, was the many big-name American guests in attendance. The CA gang were fortunate to speak to a few of them, including my personal favourite, artist Tim Sale.

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CAPTAIN AMERICA: WHITE #0 by G-Man

If you think of a combo like Tim Sale and Jeph Loeb….you’re pretty much going to think that there’s nothing these 2 guys would work on that you wouldn’t read. The team that brought us DC’s Batman: The Long Halloween and Batman: Dark Victory also worked on some significant marvel titles too….the so-called “colour” series books.

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