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RADIO FREE BARBELITH Of all the story arcs in all the series, I had to try to find an insertion point into this one: ARCADIA, The Invisibles Volume 1 issues 5 - 8... the hot mess, the near series-killer, ruled over by the twin fey poet-Archons of Byron/Shelley, its secluded Silling-hells skulking with the wretched detritus of De Sade and his snickering pull@yerpud4enlightenment™ philosophy, while to the right and the left and left again we find time machine windmills and face-wearing star demons and the Gnostic Lucifer-figure busy at his chessboard and his teasing: the whole of it rendered by one of my least favourite artists on the series, Jill Thompson*. Yet the glossolaliac head of John the Baptist babbles away here, and that babbling covers a multitude of sins. Sweet Essene-Jesus-bot, I love that thing! What a centrepiece for your Thanksgiving slaughter-fest, no?
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Action Comics #27 came out this week and it continues an impressive early run on the book by creators Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder. In just three short months, this book has jumped to the coveted 'top of the pile' slot, the first book I read the week it comes out, a sign of how much I am enjoying the book. One of the biggest things that is evident is that Pak has an understanding of who Superman is. Supergirl Comic Box Commentary
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), which is an alternate history take on what would happen if the Nazis had supermen fighting British warlocks, both factions controlled by their respective spy cabinets. While the first novel took place in World War 2, the second one was in the Cold War era, this book has one of the main characters, Marsh, traveling back in time to WW2 to change history. I was worried I wouldn't remember events from the first book and this wasn't a problem--you get all the information you need as you read. Interesting how the two versions of Marsh are kept distinct: the future version has first person chapters while the one in WW2 has third person. A few interludes are from Gretel's POV, her ability to see the future is terrifying. Giant-Size Geek
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CosmicTeams! Whew it's been a very busy three months. I started a new job April 1 and my free time has disappeared! I managed to put up some new JSA stuff, started a Pinterest page. Meanwhile, a bunch of stuff has been happening that I detail for you below, in issues relative to Cosmic Teams!
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DC Movies Wiki You have seen 3 characters (Liam Neeson, James Badge Dale and Frank Grillo) take on the roles of supervilains.Example: Liam Neeson played John Ottoway in the movie, and played Ra's al Ghul in The Dark…Read more > I was just wondering, why don't we have pages for the TV Series Arrow? I mean, we have pages for Smallville, (I mean its close enough to a TV show, right?), but why not Arrow?
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