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Fifty-Five Thoughts About Fifty-Five Comics &#8211 Locke &#038 Key Alpha Daredevil New Guardians Harley Quinn Adventure Time Young Avengers Hit X-Men Sex Saga Pretty Deadly Revival Mind The Gap Midas Flesh Cobra Files East Of West Black Science Batman &#038 Two-Face Extinction Parade Vibe Rogues Rebellion Wonder Woman Samurai Jack Itty Bitty Hellboy Star Trek BRPD Bloodhound My Little Pony Conan Supergirl Pandora Ultimate X-Men Avengers Assemble Indestructible Hulk Secret Avengers Captain America Superior Spider-Man Kiss Kids Ghostbusters Ben 10 Robotech/Voltron Kiss Me Satan A Voice In The Dark Witchblade Peanuts Red Sonja Bravest Warriors Imagine Agents Hawken Melee Bounce Transformers TMNT Popeye And Illegitimates

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Thirty-Four Thoughts About Thirty-Four Comics – Uber, Grindhouse, Garfield, Spawn, Mara, Lazarus, Mind The Gap, Fantomex, Action Comics, All New X-Men Special, Mighty Avengers, Infinity Hunt, Movement, Earth 2, The Star Wars, CBLDF Liberty Annual, Hinterkind, Witching Hour, Hit, Robocop, Todd The Ugliest Kid On Earth, Crossed Badlands, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, Mighty Avengers, Detective Comics, Iron Man, Hunger, Bushido, Spera, Quantum And Woody, Shadowman, Suicide Risk, Bedlam And Occultist

And as for that second panel, wouldn't it make this Boom! comic more entertaining?After all, are they describing monsters? Or deep-seated misogynistic fear of vaginas? Whether going into one......or coming out of one? Mind The Gap there, giving us a less explicit journey For now. While in Hinterkind #1 launching today.. they are talking about an[...]

Its All Just A Big Tease For Mind The Gap Act II

It's All Just A Big Tease For Mind The Gap Act II

for Mind The Gap, Act II Well, it will have been a few months between Jim McCann's issues Yes, actually, we will have minded the gap quite a bit,We've had Marvel and DC, Well now we're getting more from Image Comics in December Act II It's all just a big tease.. for Mind The[...]

Twenty Thoughts About Twenty Comics Today &#8211 Morning Glories Secret Justice League Itty Bitty Hellboy Super Dinosaur Angel And Faith Mind The Gap Skullkickers Lazarus Massive Think Tank Sex Peanuts Steed And Mrs Peel Fanboys Vs Zombies Regular Show Uncanny X-Men New Avengers Wolverine &#038 The X-Men Uncanny Avengers

Twenty Thoughts About Twenty Comics Today – Morning Glories, Secret, Justice League, Itty Bitty Hellboy, Super Dinosaur, Angel And Faith, Mind The Gap, Skullkickers, Lazarus, Massive, Think Tank, Sex, Peanuts, Steed And Mrs Peel, Fanboys Vs Zombies, Regular Show, Uncanny X-Men, New Avengers, Wolverine & The X-Men, Uncanny Avengers

Okay, bring it on...Mind The Gap seems to have noticed how successful Peter Panzerfaust is and demands a slice of that action.In New Avengers, Wolverine gets the Paul Hogan "that's not a knife" routine in his gut......while our enterprising new member of the Uncanny X-Men finally chooses a name Looking forward to the toy already.Think[...]


Review: Mind The Gap #2 by Jim McCann Rodin Esquejo and Sonia Oback

Review: Mind The Gap #2 by Jim McCann, Rodin Esquejo and Sonia Oback

Eliot Cole writes for Bleeding CoolMind The Gap issue two cements that there is the unknown element that was present in the first, and is in no hurry to explain that I like this.Esquejo and Oback bring a clean, less realistic, Larroca-like look to McCann’s script with a keen eye for facial ticks[...]

Avengers Vs X-Men Vs Mind The Gap

Avengers Vs X-Men Vs Mind The Gap

Star Trek/Doctor Who is also well represented, and the Image comic Mind The Gap beats Avengers Vs X-Men, with its new Skottie Young cover Dark Horse makes a rare listing with Avatar The Last Airbender as the new cartoon seems to be pushing interest there, and Justice League makes a regular appearance, next to Saga[...]

The Gay Marriage &#8211 And Pulped Print Run &#8211 Of Mind The Gap #2 (UPDATE)

The Gay Marriage – And Pulped Print Run – Of Mind The Gap #2 (UPDATE)

So Jim McCann wants a little of that and would like to point out that Mind The Gap #2 out next week from Image Comics has an already married same-sex couple.An already married couple as well, no proposal and extravagant affair necessary Less likely to hit the headlines, it's true, but that's because it doesn't[...]

Is Mind The Gap A TV Show In Disguise

Is Mind The Gap A TV Show In Disguise?

Mind The Gap #1 by Jim McCann, Rodin Esquejo and Sonia Oback comes out this week from Image Comics I've read the first issue already.. and something strikes me.Jim McCann has said that the comic started out as a TV pilot Well, it feel very much like the first two acts of a pilot, with[...]

Mind The Gap Cover&#8230Slips Through

Mind The Gap Cover…Slips Through

Thanks to an anonymous sleuth at ECCC, this appears to be an unseen cover for the Image series Mind The Gap, by Jim McCann and Rodin Esquejo.The image appears to be drawn by Adrian Alphona and Christina Strain.It so unseen, I understand that no one else at Image has seen it yet Until this very second.Where[...]

Five Image Number Ones In May. Even If One Is Actually A Number Seventy One

Five Image Number Ones In May. Even If One Is Actually A Number Seventy One

Which is why May will make for good reading for said individuals.Mind The Gap #1 grabs the cover of Previews, and is written by Jim Mcann, with art from Rodin Esuejo. After Elle Peterssen is mysteriously attacked on a Manhattan subway platform, she is left in a coma, the only clues to her attacker trapped inside[...]