Review: Angel Jackets’ Harley Quinn Bomber Jacket
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Review: Angel Jackets’ Harley Quinn Bomber Jacket

Review: Angel Jackets’ Harley Quinn Bomber Jacket by Jerry Whitworth   Established six years ago and based out of San Jose, California, Angels Jackets produces high-end jackets replicating apparel used in film (predominantly of superhero fair). Such films include Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Captain America: Civil War, and The Dark Knight Rises. Recently, Angel Jackets supplied Comic Art...

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Survivorland I Review

Survivorland I Review by Jerry Whitworth   Writer and Artist: Karibu; Editors: V. Leblanc & R. Dupuis; Pin-Up Artists: Nick Bradshaw, Kelly Tindall, Chris Campana, Polyna Kim, Miriam Gibson, Suzuran, Holly Ellingwood, Kelly Barrie, & Andre-Guy Landry   Lab technician Masato Kimura is hired at the medical research company Medifirm where, under Dr. Yamane, he investigated stem cell regeneration. However, Yamane used...

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Review: Al Rio Tribute Art Book – Volume One

Review: Al Rio Tribute Art Book – Volume One by Jerry Whitworth   Three years ago this month, the comic book industry lost one of its stars. On the short list of modern day “good girl art” masters, illustrator Al Rio passed away in January 2012 leaving behind a wife and three children. Following his loss, steps were taken to support his family in a tribute art book put together by Rio’s friends and...

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Review: Gotham TV Series “Pilot”

Review: Gotham – “Pilot” by Jerry Whitworth   In the new series Gotham, Detective James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) is tasked with solving the murder of wealthy socialites Thomas and Martha Wayne against the backdrop of perhaps the most corrupt city in modern history. Of course, the series also provides a new version of the backstory of Batman (young Bruce Wayne portrayed by David Mazouz) introducing the evolution of...

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Wonderland #22 Review by Jessica Curtis

Wonderland #22 Review by Jessica Curtis Esquivel- Writer Miranda- Artwork Paciarotti-Color The story begins in the “Void” with Wonderland shaping itself as none other than James Franco. An unusual but perfect choice when you figure who Wonderland would chose to personify itself. Strangely enough the reader finds themselves drawn to the realization that Wonderland yearns for human companionship… even if that human...

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