It’s no secret that I love the Wizard of Oz series. I’ve spent a lot of time reading them as a child and beyond.

Marvel decided to do these. And I finally finished all the series. There is even an omnibus, which is big but awesome. The graphic novelizations are pretty good.

 

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A while back, we took advantage of an offer for DC Universe. And I feel like I’ve watched a few things but have yet to really talk about any of them.

After one or two false starts, I finally started and watched four episodes of their ‘flagship’ series.

Titans is the story of how the Teen Titans come together. Dixon Grayson (Robin) meets up with a young girl named Rachel (Robin).

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I am in a comic book club, and from time to time I have a book before we actually select it. We selected Preludes and Nocturnes for this next meeting, which kicks of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series.

I had been meaning to read this for so long, because I was gifted this version, but I’d constantly get distracted. I really looked forward to hearing what ‘the fuss’ was about—and it turned out REALLY well.

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Introducing the Valiant Humble Bundle

August 8, 2018 (Los Angeles, CA) – Valiant Entertainment and Humble Bundle are proud to announce the launch of a new pay-what-you-want digital collection featuring over 20 titles from the publisher’s critically acclaimed line of comics, available starting today on humblebundle.com!

Perfect for new fans and existing fans alike, HUMBLE COMICS BUNDLE: VALIANT UNIVERSE contains over 150 issues worth of content from some of the comic industry’s most notable talents,

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It’s Monday! What are You Reading?

It’s Monday, which means it is time again to hook up with the dedicated readers of the Book Date Blog and start talking about the kinds of things we’re all currently reading. First, I want to say that we saw Hamilton over the weekend, and it was marvellous!

More on that later, because it’s all about books today, right?

Right now I’m reading a few Murder She Wrote books,

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Everafter: The Pandora Protocol

I’ve made no qualms about my love for Vertigo’s Fables. While I was sad when it ended, I was so happy when I heard that the series was going to continue. Thanks to the publisher and above the treeline for allowing me to read a digital copy in exchange for my honest review.

The last time we saw Connor Wolf, he was a child.

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