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8 Jul


Batman Incorporated #12 2013Batman Incorporated # 12
Writer: Grant Morrison
Artist: Chris Burnham
Colorist: Nathan Fairbairn
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
20 or 22 pages, $2.99

First, an apology about the “iffy” page count. I honestly can’t tell you where the story in this issue ends. Part of me thinks it’s on the page that says “Next time…” and gives a teaser… But honestly, that entire page has no relevance to the rest of this issue, so I turned to page investigating, and found two more pages that may (or may not) have anything to do with the story I was reading. It was a wholly separate piece with different characters, but unlike the rest of this issue– it wasn’t an obvious ad for another book.

This was the first comic I have ever read where I had to flip back to the previous page to try to follow the story after each ad…

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Milestone! 1000 Total Views!

30 May

While it may not be the most popular blog out there in internet land, it is exciting for me to have 1000 views. Hopefully I will get back to posting more regularly in the near future which will allow me to get even more views! And faster! One can only hope right?

Holy! Can't Believe it!

Holy! Can’t Believe it!

Thanks to everyone and anyone that has checked out this site, whether just once, or you come back everyday (I highly doubt anyone does that). It is greatly appreciated.

The only thing… let’s get those comments up… 😛

Share the Love

29 May

I may not have many people reading this on a regular basis, but I don’t think that should matter. Everyone that blogs is putting themselves out there in some fashion – possibly very personal. Either way, I think bloggers should stick together and help each other out. In saying that, go check out my buddies blog. He hadn’t blogged in awhile and decided to once again embrace the wonders of the internet.

Anyways, his posts wont be to creepy (joke 😛 ) and will likely be lots of fun.


Check it!!!!


P.S. I hope to have a short story up here in the next day or two for those of you that are paying any attention.

IMJ Capsule Reviews™ – All New Comic Book Reviews!

26 May

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Green Team Team Trillionaires #1Green Team: Team Trillionaires #1
Riot Act
Writers: Art Baltazer, Franco
Artists: Ig Guara, J.P. Mayer
Colorist: Will Quintana
Letterer: Travis Lanham
20 pages, $2.99

IMJ Nation™ member Helmir posed a question on the IMJ Open Thread earlier this week, “So who’s the poor unlucky bastard that has to review Green Team #1?

Well, of course, that unlucky bastard would be me… And I can’t blame anyone but myself– seeing as I volunteered to do it.

I mainly chose the comic because I’d reviewed its sibling title, The Movement #1– and I figured I might as well see if there was anything worthy in this much hyped pairing of titles. (The other reason I picked it– Ian wouldn’t let me review Daredevil #26, no matter how much I pleaded!)

The basic idea of this mess is blindingly obvious from the name of the book: It’s a group of rich kids

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IMJ Capsule Reviews™ – All New Comic Book Reviews!

17 May

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Archer & Armstrong #0Archer and Armstrong #0
Desperate Times
Writer: Fred Van Lente
Artist: Clayton Henry
Letterer: Dave Lanphear
Colorist: David Baron
23 pages, $3.99

The only Valiant comic I’ve ever read before Archer and Armstrong #0 was Magnus Robot Fighter #2– and that was around about 1992 back in the old Jim Shooter days. I’ll steer clear of any of the controversy over creators’ rights and all that– sticking to what’s presented in this particular comic. I picked Archer and Armstrong because the new Valiant has been getting rave reviews and I wanted to start with something that would give me a glimpse of what’s on offer– rather than jump into the middle of the run. The other reason I picked it– honestly, the rest of this week’s releases are mediocre to garbage.

What we get in this zero issue is a framing piece of the duo in their Las Vegas penthouse, where Armstrong tells his origin…

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