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    Review: Amazing Spider-Man #8 by Dan Slott, Christos Gage, and Giuseppe Camuncoli

    The last stand on what was a Spider-Girl World...and Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel team up, but who cares? SPIDER-GIRL! »»

    The Weekly Round-Up #254

    Best Comic of the Week: BPRD Hell on Earth #124 - Here’s something we don’t see all that often with BPRD, a done-in-one story that focuses on just how changed and messed up the world is these days.  This issue is centred on a guy who works at a »»

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    Retro-Review: The Avengers #288-304

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    The Weekly Round-Up #253

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    Avengers and X-Men...let's crack some skull... »»

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    New look, new creative team, it's like Babs is a whole new Batgirl. »»

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    The Weekly Round-Up #252

    Best Comic of the Week: Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1 - To be clear from the start, I hate the notion that Nick Fury has secretly been fighting cosmic battles for years (with no apparent intelligence network to warn him of coming attacks from »»

    Squirrel Girl Getting Her Own Series

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    It might be fall, but the end of Valiant's big summer event is here! »»

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    Review: Justice League #34 by Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins

    The epilogue of Injustice League proves to be a fun issue with some great throwbacks. »»

    Avengers Now Review: Thor #1 by Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman

    It's a whole new era of Thor...Unworthy! »»

    Wednesday Comments – Close To Getting Dropped

    I’ve got a decent sized pull list. Actually it’s probably too big. I’m positive that I get too many comics. But they make me happy and I enjoy reading them. That said, there are some books that are teetering close to getting dropped. S »»

    The Gold Standard: Marvel’s Diversity NOW! Initiative

    I miss Spider-Girl. I know, I know, as infrequently as I seem to show up to expel my sage words of comic wisdom, that never seems to be forgotten. I loved that book, and I miss it every day. I miss the idea of a Marvel canon that actually »»

    The Weekly Round-Up #251

    Best Comic of the Week: Outcast #4 - Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta are really firing on all cylinders with this title.  It’s not the thrill-a-minute ride we usually expect from Kirkman’s writing, but is instead a well-paced, methodical explor »»

    Review: Booster Gold Future’s End #1 by Dan Jurgens and his Boosterrific Friends

    Booster Gold is back! But which Booster is he? And where is he? »»

    The Weekly Round-Up #250

    This is my 250th week of writing this column for Inside Pulse!  To celebrate, I was going to wrap the column in a nice shiny 3D cover, and charge you all an extra dollar to read it, but I can't figure out how to do that over the Internet, so instead »»

    Wednesday Comments – My Thoughts on Gotham

    So, the latest tv program based on a comic book property debuted on Monday. Gotham had a huge push from it’s inception. There was a bidding war for the pilot, which Fox won by offering a series commitment. Also, it’s show centered on Batman m »»

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    Which Spider-Man do we meet this week? »»

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    Like Batman, Purple Man has left his DNA all over town... »»

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    Spider-Man, the X-Men, Multiversity...how you doin? »»

    Review: All-New X-Men #32 by Brian Bendis and Mahmud Asrar

    The Ultimate crossover that nobody demanded is here! »»

    The Weekly Round-Up #249

    This was a pretty strange, independent kind of week, where even the comics I bought from the Big Two had more of an indie vibe about them.  I like weeks like that. I had a thought this week about the DC Futures End event, and how it pertains to s »»

    Wednesday Comments – Five Other Vertigo Books That Should Be Shows

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