Scott Snyder’s Swamp Thing

The legendary Swamp Thing has resurfaced for a new age—just as a new force threatens to rot away all life on Earth! Since the dawn of time, the planet’s safety has depended on maintaining a balance of three great powers: THE GREEN, the force that unites all plant life; THE RED, the force that unites all animal life; and THE ROT, the force of death.
Each generation,

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American Vampire Vol 2 by Scott Snyder

It’s Las Vegas circa 1935, and Skinner Sweet and our gal Pearl are about to learn the hard way that the bloodsuckers in Hollywood were nothing compared to what awaits them in Sin City.In just a few short years, young police chief Cash McCogan has watched his native city of Las Vegas go from cow-town to wild, glittering boomtown. And when the bodies of prominent businessmen start showing up drained of blood,

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Always Reiding Love is Love

Love is Love

In the aftermath of the shootings at Pulse last year, the call came out on social media for the comic community to ‘do something.’ Love is Love represents what the comic community came up with. So many artists devoted their work to the project (and now Hoopla is giving a donation to anyone reading it via the app), and it came out amazingly.

From fiction to truth,

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@GeekWatchOne: A New Look for GothamGal

The Geeks ALL of us are looking for have made an update to the logo–yes, that’s right… I’m an official correspondent for the coolest podcast that I never miss.
You don’t have to have an i-device to listen, but how do YOU listen to podcasts? Extra credit if you check out Geek Watch One and reply in the comments below.

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 GothamGal is a devoted comic fan. Reading comics from an early age (TinTin, Archie, Katie Keene and much more), she has recently revisited her old interest and is branching out into the streets of unread comics and graphic novels! While she favors DC Comics, Marvel is slowly winning her over—but Vertigo, Image and IDW have so many new things to offer, she might just say she’s a comic fan—with no labels. She fights for literature,
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I kept putting off reading this because I wasn’t sure if it was worth the money. I mean, after all, it is about 1/3 of the size of a normal Fables novel and the same-ish price. After reading this, I see how wrong I was–it was well worth paying full price (with a membership discount) at my local chain bookstore. And it looks great on the shelf (I have to put it BEFORE all the other Fables books I own,
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