After producing drawings for dozens of fanzines in the early sixties, Michael W. Kaluta broke into professional comics with work for Charlton. Soon he was
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Earlier this year, Image Comics announced The Silver Coin as a new ongoing horror anthology series by artist Michael Walsh, teaming up with big-name
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With a gigantic dose of pulse-pounding action, this deeply mythic series is back with raised stakes and effective storytelling. The character building of
Wolverine's two most famous assets won't help him now, so he's going to need two different stiff, pointy phallic objects in Wolverine #12.
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Fantastic Four Life Story #1 provides Marvel another excuse to retell the Fantastic Four's origin story once again.
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