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  1. I rather enjoyed Alan Moore's run of Swamp Thing as it has a little bit for every taste. It's got good substance and can be read deeply or at the surface entertainment level without losing anything. I would say that about most of Moore's work.If you prefer the older flavour, I'd recommend Batman 66 and Wonder Woman 77. They each offer an easy start for a character most readers are familiar with and they can be read out of order (read kaifuku jutsushi no yarinaoshi manga online [all chapters] ). It's easy for newer readers to start, but they can still enjoy the stories in each issue.If you prefer the newer comics, I highly recommend Injustice and Red Lanterns. They are darker comics with new looks at old characters and newer interesting characters in their universes respectively. What If comics have also recently been revived and I cannot recommend them highly enough for a 1 shot series. AND What comic book is worth reading?
  2. Leading up to the opening of Disney's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, here's a look at some upcoming books and novels that will tell the story behind the the the Black Sphere Outpost from the attraction. Available April 24th, 2019: Marvel Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge miniseries Written by Ethan Sacks Art by Will Sliney Available: August 6, 2019: A Crash of Fate (Disney Lucasfilm Press) Written by Zoraida Córdova In this Young Adult novel, Izzy and Jules were best friends until Izzy’s family abruptly left Batuu when she was six. Now she’s back, and Jules, the boy who never left, is unsure what to make of her. While on the run from vengeful smugglers and an angry pirate, the two friends will come to terms with who they are, and what they mean to each other. Available: September 3, 2019: Black Spire (Del Rey) Written by Delilah Dawson In this novel, a prequel to the Disney Parks experience, General Leia Organa dispatches her top spy to Batuu in a desperate search for Resistance allies. Available: August 6, 2019: Star Wars: Myths & Fables (Disney Lucasfilm Press) Written by George Mann Illustrations by Grant Griffin In this middle grade novel, hear the thrilling space tales, fables, and myths that are told in a galaxy far, far away. The book features two stories that take place on the remote Outer Rim world of Batuu, plus many other untold tales from the edge of the galaxy, lushly illustrated in a style that pays homage to real-world children’s classics. You can check out an exclusive excerpt from the tale “The Knight & the Dragon” at StarWars.com
  3. Netflix has announced that the company is developing "Reborn," the comic-book series by Mark Millar and Greg Capullo as a feature film. Netflix acquired Millar's company, Millarworld in 2017 and since then has been developing projects with Mark and Lucy Millar. Where do we go when we die? What's waiting for us on the other side? Eighty-year old Bonnie Black finds out when she passes away in a Manhattan hospital and opens her eyes in the world of Adystria, a magical land of monsters and dragons where good and evil are waging an eternal war. Reborn in the prime of her life, she finds all her old friends and loved ones waiting... except the husband who died before her. Armed with a sword and partnered with her late father, she sets off through this battle-torn landscape on a quest to find out where he is. The feature film is being directed by Chris McKay with Sandra Bullock, Roy Lee and Miri Yoon for Vertigo Entertainment as producers. Mark Millar and Greg Capullo are executive producers and Samantha Nisenboim as co-producer.
  4. The Heroes of the Rebellion Are Here…TIE FIGHTER #1 Arrives This April! New York, NY—January 18, 2019—The war against the Rebellion has put the entire galaxy at risk, but elite squadrons of TIE fighter pilots still fight to defend the Empire and bring fury down upon the Rebel Alliance! Just how far will the Imperial SHADOW WING go to win the war? Find out this April in an all-new mini-series from Jody Houser (Thrawn, Age of Republic) and Roge Antonio (X-Men Red), as they weave a TIE fighter tale that chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the heroes of the Empire!Look for the exciting all-new story this April, when TIE FIGHTER #1 hits comic shops, and visit StarWars.com for more details!As for the heroes of the Rebellion? Don’t miss the first book of TIE FIGHTER’s sister novel series, STAR WARS: ALPHABET SQUAD from Del Rey books, on sale this June! STAR WARS: TIE FIGHTER #1 (of 5)Written by JODY HOUSERArt by ROGE ANTONIO & MoreCover by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI & ELIA BONETTI
  5. erivera94 gives you his Video Review of the Kree Sentry Captain Marvel Series Genis Vell Action Figure... erivera94 has been nominated for best Toy Reviewer of 2018. Show him some love and don't forget to Vote for erivera94 here!
  6. https://jediinsider.com/246-20126 It has just recently been revealed that comics letterer and logo designer Jim Novak died earlier this year. During his time at Marvel, he worked on the original run of Star Wars, designing the comics logo. In this article from Comics Interview, he explains how it happened:""They brought in their logo from the studio and Stan Lee wasn't crazy about it -- the "W" was a little bit different looking and the letters weren't Marvel-style. So I ended up redoing it. It was before the movie even came out," Novak explained. "We were working on the comic adaptation. I lettered the first issue, and I had no idea what [Star Wars] was about, either. The next thing I knew, the STAR WARS logo was being used everywhere, from newspaper ads to some of the promotion and merchandizing materials."'(Source: PreviewsWorld)
  7. Marvel Comics To Produce Star Wars Comics Again In 2015
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