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Preview – Void Trip #1

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Preview – Void Trip #1

Coming this September is the new series from Ryan O’Sullivan and Plaid Klaus: Void Trip. Continuing a partnership that started with last year’s Turncoat,  O’Sullivan and Klaus present a sci-fi comedy series about the last two humans alive in the galaxy. See below for preview pages and the official word from Image Comics!

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Review – Transformers Till All Are One #12

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Review – Transformers Till All Are One #12

This is it, the final issue of Till All Are One. (Until the Annual anyway.) I wanted something that would be a satisfying ending, but still leave us with more story to be told. I think we got it, but I’m really curious to see what everybody else thinks. Read on for preview pages and the (spoiler free!) (mostly!) review of Till All Are One #12.

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New hardcover of Neil Gaiman’s “Only the End of the World Again” to be released

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New hardcover of Neil Gaiman’s “Only the End of the World Again” to be released

There’s a lot of us here at PG who are fanatical about anything Neil Gaiman writes, so we’re very excited about the new hardcover edition of “Only the End of the World Again.” The fact that it’s P. Craig Russell’s art is just icing on the cake. See below for the official word from Dark Horse Comics!

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Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Comics Coming Back

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Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Comics Coming Back

It’s been over ten years since Elvira had her own comic book, but Dynamite Entertainment has revealed that The Mistress of the Dark is getting a brand new comic, not to mention trading cards, posters and many other macabre collectibles featuring the horror icon made famous by actress Cassandra Peterson! No word just yet to when all these new items and comic series will begin showing up in stores, announcement at Comic-Con maybe. But one would assume this October is the time to start keeping your eyes open.

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Dual Review – Aquaman #26 and Batwoman #5

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Dual Review – Aquaman #26 and Batwoman #5

I was only going to do the Aquaman review this week because I am completely obsessed with a big fan of Stjepan Sejic. But then I found out that another artist I obsessively stalk follow, Stephanie Hans, is on the Batwoman book, so I had to do a quick review of that too, because it’s so, so pretty. See below for preview pages and a review of Aquaman #26 and Batwoman #5.

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