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Comics Round-up 01.09.2013

Batgirl 23

Shadowhawk and Bane of Kings welcome you to the first comics round-up for September.

“After two fairly good story arcs, Justice League Dark heads downhill with the addition of writer Ray Fawkes even as JMS’ second installment of Wonder Woman: Odyssey impresses as much as the first. Greg Rucka continues to impress as usual with the second and third issues of his creator-owned project with Image, and I dip back into the Marvel Now universe with Young Avengers with a somewhat tepid first arc.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

An awesome new arc for Batgirl gets underway, Captain America reaches its penultimate issue in Dimension Z, and Chris Roberson’s Masks delivers an impressive but flawed union of Dynamite Comic’s strongest heroes.~Bane of Kings, The Founding Fields

The Top 20 Comics That You Should Be Looking Out For On 17 July 2013

Thor, God of Thunder #10

Bane of Kings runs down the top 20 comics that you should be looking out for today from multiple comic publishers.

The Top 20 Comics That You Should Be Looking Out For On 10 July 2013

East of West #4

Bane of Kings runs down the Top 20 Comics That You Should Be Looking Out for Today. (Or actually, 21 – but there were so many awesome books that 21 seemed like the best choice anyway)

Kingdom Come Absolute Edition by Mark Waid and Alex Ross – Comics Review [Bellarius]

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Bellarius takes a look at one of the greats of the comics industry, Mark Waid’s Kingdom Come.

“One of the single greatest commentaries on the anti-hero boom of the early 90s and best comics ever made. What more could you ask for.” – The Founding Fields

Kirby Genesis Part 1 – Comics Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the first volumes of three of Dynamite’s tribute series to creator Jack Kirby: Kirby Genesis Volume 1 collecting issues #0-8, Kirby Genesis – Silver Star Volume 1 collecting together issues #1-6 and Kirby Genesis – Captain Victory Volume 1 also collecting together issues #1-6.

“Better than expected but with a few flaws, these comics definitely gripping and entertaining.” ~The Founding Fields