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Marvel Comics Says Goodbye To Conan Today (Mostly)
DeKnight, Kurt Busiek, Dan Slott, Ron Garney, Richard Isanove, Andrea Di Vito, Scott Hanna, Roberto de La Torre, Gerardo Zatfino, Steve McNiven, Pete Woods,Alan Davis, Cam Smith, Aneke, Luke Ross, Nolan Woodard, Andy Troy, Kate Niemczyk, Jesus Saiz, Patch Zircher, Java Tartaglia, Marco Checchetto, David Finch, Paul Davidson, Cory Smith, Roberto Poggi, Roge Antonio, Israel[...]
Green Lanterns #49 cover by Paul Pelletier, Danny Miki, and Adriano Lucas
It isn't that clever and is presented clumsily, so it didn't make for much of a climax to the story. Green Lanterns #49 art by Roge Antonio and Hi-Fi Roge Antonio is the artist on this issue, and the book looks good It's a fluid style that presents motion well, and it displays expression and visual personality[...]
Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #16 Review: Feminism Vs. Misandry
I truly cannot stand Harley Quinn, but her presence in this issue is restrained except for the odd bad joke. We have a couple of good moments of them playing off of each other, but they separate into teams for most of the issue, with Wonder Woman going off on her own. The action sequences are spaced[...]