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  Geoff takes a look at a new batch of first issues, this time it's ROYALS #1, X-MEN GOLD #1, BLACK CLOUD #1, WEAPON X #1, X-MEN BLUE #1, REDNECK #1 and SECRET EMPIRE #0!
  Back in June of 2016, MightyVille reviewer Samuel Moyerman promised us his take on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. Then he had a kid and for some reason, his priorities ...
  Geoff takes a look at a new batch of first issues, this time it's IRON FIST #1, GHOSTBUSTERS 101: #1, BLOODSHOT: REBORN #0, X-O MANOWAR #1, X-MEN PRIME #1, and INHUMANS PRIME #1!
  Meet A.J. Scherkenbach. The writer and former military-man is the creator of SWEET LULLABY, from Darby Pop Publishing. If that names sounds familiar, it's because the artist, J. Briscoe Allison, ...
  Geoff takes a look at a new batch of first issues, this time it's ROYALS #1, X-MEN GOLD #1, BLACK CLOUD #1, WEAPON X #1, X-MEN BLUE #1, REDNECK #1 and SECRET EMPIRE #0!
  Back in June of 2016, MightyVille reviewer Samuel Moyerman promised us his take on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. Then he had a kid and for some reason, his priorities changed. Now, almost one year later, we woke up to find the following in our inbox... [Editor's Note: proceed with caution, dear reader. What follows may be the self-obsessed ramblings of a sleep-deprived madman.]
  Geoff takes a look at a new batch of first issues, this time it's IRON FIST #1, GHOSTBUSTERS 101: #1, BLOODSHOT: REBORN #0, X-O MANOWAR #1, X-MEN PRIME #1, and INHUMANS PRIME #1!
  Meet A.J. Scherkenbach. The writer and former military-man is the creator of SWEET LULLABY, from Darby Pop Publishing. If that names sounds familiar, it's because the artist, J. Briscoe Allison, was our last spotlight.! Read on to get inside A.J.'s head and witness the origins of the hot, new assassin giving the likes of Black Widow and Elektra a run for their money!  
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NUMBER 1 BULLETS: 06-03-2015

 

Each week, we take a look at the new first issues from Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW, Image, 12-Gauge, and Valiant Comics and share our thoughts to let you know what we think you should pick up. Take flight with Airboy and The Avenger today!

This week, Geoff Deen and Joe Kach review Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians #1, Airboy #1, Covenant #1, and Justice Inc: The Avenger #1.

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WIZARD MAGAZINE #79

 

OK, so today at MightyVille, we’re going to do something a little different.  Instead of reviewing the latest and greatest books, we’re going to take a trip into the distant past ... 1998.  Yes, get ready for a look at the comic world from 17 years ago, an age where we were all wearing Michael Jordan jerseys and making Clinton sex scandal jokes.  But what’s the best way to truly get a sense of what the comic fan loved back then?  One word: Wizard.

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NUMBER 1 BULLETS: 5-27-15

 

Each week, we take a look at the new first issues from Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW, Image, 12-Gauge, and Valiant Comics and share our thoughts to let you know what we think you should pick up. You're going to want to take on the sons of the Devil in a fight club today!

This week, Geoff Deen and Joe Kach review Fight Club 2 #1, Indestructible: Stingray #1, Material #1, Sons of the Devil #1, and Swords of Sorrow: Masquerade & Kato #1. 

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NUMBER 1 BULLETS: 05-20-15

 

Each week, we take a look at the new first issues from Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW, Image, 12-Gauge, and Valiant Comics and share our thoughts to let you know what we think you should pick up. It's time to hang out with the insufferable Dirk Gently!

This week, Geoff Deen, Joe Kach, and Sam Moyerman review Resident Alien: The Sam Hain Mystery #1, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency #1, Insufferable #1, Winter World: Frozen Fleet #1, Valhalla Mad #1, and Swords of Sorrow: Vampirella and Jennifer Blood #1.  

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HOUND COMICS

 

Welcome to our first Number One Bullets Special! The fine folks at Hound Comics reached out to us to take a look at some of their first issues. So we did ... and we liked what we saw! Read on to get the Number One Bullets team's views on a selection of Hound titles, and then head over to the Hound Comics website for comics, cartoons, accessories, backpacks, hot sauce, and more! That's not a typo: These guys even have HOT SAUCE!

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THE VALIANT #1

 

Eisner Award-winning artist Paolo Rivera has made a a major impact on the comics scene since launching his Marvel Comics career in 2002. After working on almost every major character for the House of Ideas, he helped re-launch Daredevil back in 2011 to both critical and fan acclaim. Recently, he tied up a stellar run on The Valiant for Valiant Comics and sat down with Joe Kach to talk about that title and a whole lot more.

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Sam Bentley's BATMAN

 

Up and coming artist Sam Bentley has been drawing for as long as he can remember. He recently caught the eye of Todd McFarlane and was one of the top 13 finalists in the Spawn #250 Cover Contest. We got the chance to talk to Sam about his road to comics and what he has coming up down that road!

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STAR WARS CANON

 

On April 25th, 2014, Disney pressed the big red Death Star reset button on the Star Wars expanded universe. It was a traumatic and polarizing moment for many Star Wars fans. Yes, millions of voices cried out, but no, they haven’t really been silenced. Any internet article on Star Wars after that solemn late-April day features the prerequisite comments about the sham Star Wars has become by allowing Disney to destroy our Expanded Universe-childhoods. The loss of our favorite characters from the Expanded Universe drives pain into the very fiber of our existence anytime Star Wars is mentioned henceforth. Goodbye, Aurra Sing. We mourn the loss of your overly intricate and unnecessary backstory. 

The pain is real. 

Or is it? Two The Force Awakens teaser trailers and several solid additions to the official Star Wars ouvriere later, I think it’s pretty clear that the future of Star Wars is in very good hands even if the New Jedi Order books are no longer officially canon (note: also, probably a good thing).

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MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE MINI COMIC COLLECTION

 

THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION OF MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE® MINICOMICS

Following the critically acclaimed release of The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Dark Horse and Mattel have teamed up once again to deliver another must-have book in 2015: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Minicomic Collection.

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DYNAMITE COMICS 05-13-15

 

Dynamite Entertainment has eight new comics in stores this week and here are previews for Project Superpowers: Black Cross #3, Battlestar Galactica: Death of Apollo #6, Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Down Town #4, Legenderry: Green Hornet #4, Looking For Group #2, Pathfinder: Origins #4, Reanimator #2, and Solar: Man of the Atom #12.

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NUMBER ONE BULLETS: 05-13-15

 

Each week, we take a look at the new first issues from Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW, Image, 12-Gauge, and Valiant Comics and share our thoughts to let you know what we think you should pick up. It's a mythic injection kinda day!

This week, Geoff Deen, Joe Kach, and Sam Moyerman review Harrow County #1, Injection #1, The Mantle #1, and Mythic #1.  

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Valiant 05-13-15

 

Valiant Comics has three new books out this week, so here's an early look at Imperium #4, Unity #8, and X-O Manowar #36. Things are heating up!

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