Cast finalized for movie remake of ‘Evil Dead’

Credits: New Line Cinema

Cast finalized for movie remake of ‘Evil Dead’

After it was confirmed by god-among-zombiephiles Bruce Campbell that a remake of the original The Evil Dead was moving forward, only one question remained: Who would be cast to reinvent Campbell’s iconic role as Ash?

Well ponder no more, for the entire principal cast has been announced for Sam Raimi’s highly-anticipated remake. And in the lead we have Jane Levy as Mia. That’s her over in the slideshow.

Yes, you read that right: The remake of The Evil Dead will star a gender-swapped version of Bruce Campbell’s Ash in the form of a young woman named Mia played by Jane Levy. Levy currently stars in Suburgatory. So far this news has had two reactions:

1) Cool! Nice to see they’re trying for a complete reinvention of the original premise. It’ll be interesting to see what Levy does with the role.

2) SACRILEGE.

We here at Denver Zombie Examiner headquarters are of the former opinion, seeing as how gender-swapping can be kind of neat and there needs to be more awesome, funny women in horror. So as far as we’re concerned, Levy has our blessing to star in The Evil Dead remake. But we’re not so naive as to think that those who are quick to cry “You’re ruining the original!” won’t have their say.

Also announced in the principle cast are Shiloh Fernandez, Natalie Blackmoor, Jessica Lucas, and Lou Taylor Pucci.

The five play a group of twenty-somethings who head out to a cabin in the woods (with Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard’s The Cabin in the Woods coming out next month, that particular horror trope will be on everyone’s minds) to help their friend battle an addiction. One thing leads to another and one of the idiot kids finds and reads from the Book of the Dead, unleashing a horde of demons lying dormant in the woods to attack and possess all of them until only one (Mia) is left standing.

Sounds familiar, yet awesome.

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New comic book releases 3/28/12

New comic book releases 3/28/12

New comic book releases for 3/28/12. So here in the SF Bay Area it looks like winter has come late as the rain, clouds and cold weather continue. Luckily I have put together my rainy day survival kit which includes a stack of my favorite titles from my local comic shop. You can join in on the fun by heading on down to your favorite comic supplier and picking up some of the cool titles from this week’s list.  I think I will brave the rain and head on over to one of my favorite shops, Escapist Comics,  tomorrow to grab my fix for the week. Check them out.

DC/VERTIGO
ACTION COMICS #1 5TH PTG      $3.99
ALL STAR WESTERN #7       $3.99
AQUAMAN #7        $2.99
BATMAN #4 3RD PTG $2.99
BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #1 3RD PTG $2.99
BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #6 2ND PTG $2.99
BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #7 $2.99
BLACKHAWKS #7     $2.99
DETECTIVE COMICS #1 6TH PTG       $2.99
DMZ TP VOL 11 FREE STATES RISING  $19.99
FLASH #7 $2.99
FURY OF FIRESTORM THE NUCLEAR MEN #7      $2.99
GREEN LANTERN NEW GUARDIANS #7    $2.99
I VAMPIRE #7      $2.99
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #7    $2.99
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA DARK THINGS TP  $17.99
LEGION SECRET ORIGIN #6  $2.99
NEW DEADWARDIANS #1       $2.99
SAVAGE HAWKMAN #7 $2.99
SCALPED #57       $2.99
SCOOBY DOO WHERE ARE YOU TP       $12.99
SPACEMAN #5      $2.99
SUPERMAN #7       $2.99
TEEN TITANS #7    $2.99
UNCHARTED #5      $2.99
UNWRITTEN #35.5   $2.99
VOODOO #7 $2.99MARVEL
ANITA BLAKE VH CIRCUS DAMNED SCOUNDREL PREM HC BOOK 03      $19.99
ANITA BLAKE VH TP BOOK 02 CIRCUS OF DAMNED INGENUE       $16.99
ASTONISHING X-MEN #48    $3.99
AVENGERS #24.1    $2.99
AVENGERS VS X-MEN #0 AVX  $3.99
AVENGING SPIDER-MAN #5 WITH DIG CDE       $3.99
CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BUCKY #628    $2.99
CAPTAIN AMERICA DEATH OF RED SKULL TP     $29.99
DAKEN DARK WOLVERINE #23 $2.99
DAREDEVIL #10     $2.99
DARK TOWER GUNSLINGER WAY STATION #4      $3.99
DEADPOOL MAX 2 #6 $3.99
DEADPOOL PREM HC VOL 10 EVIL DEADPOOL     $19.99
DEADPOOL TP VOL 08 OPERATION ANNIHILATION        $15.99
FF #16   $2.99
GHOST RIDER #9    $2.99
LEGION OF MONSTERS TP     $15.99
MARVEL PREVIEWS APRIL 2012 EXTRAS        $0.75
MIGHTY THOR #12   $3.99
MMW AVENGERS TP VOL 04    $24.99
MMW AVENGERS TP VOL 04 DM VAR ED 38      $24.99
MMW GOLDEN AGE YOUNG ALLIES HC VOL 02    $64.99
MMW GOLDEN AGE YOUNG ALLIES HC VOL 02 DM VAR ED 177      $64.99
MOON KNIGHT #11  $3.99
NEW AVENGERS #23  $3.99
OFF HANDBOOK OF MARVEL UNIVERSE A TO Z TP VOL 04  $19.99
SECRET AVENGERS RUN MISSION DONT GET SEEN SAVE WORLD     $24.99
SECRET WARRIORS TP VOL 06 WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS   $14.99
SPIDER-MAN #24   $2.99
THUNDERBOLTS GREAT ESCAPE TP      $19.99
TWELVE #11       $2.99
ULTIMATE COMICS ULTIMATES #8 WITH DIG CDE $3.99
ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN PREM COMIC #1 $10.00
UNCANNY X-FORCE #23      $3.99
WOLVERINE PUNISHER GHOST RIDER OFF INDEX MU #8    $3.99
X-MEN LEGACY #264 $2.99

DARK HORSE
ANGEL & FAITH #8 STEVE MORRIS CVR       $2.99
BPRD HELL ON EARTH PICKENS COUNTY HORROR #1 CLOONAN C     $3.50
IMMORTAL DEMON I/T BLOOD #4       $3.50
KING CONAN PHOENIX ON THE SWORD #3        $3.50
STAR WARS DAWN O/T JEDI FORCE STORM #0 2ND PTG    $3.50
STAR WARS DAWN O/T JEDI FORCE STORM #1 2ND PTG    $3.50

IMAGE
ALPHA GIRL #2        $2.99
BLOODSTRIKE #26 CVR A BADILLA & SEELEY    $2.99
BLOODSTRIKE #26 CVR B LIEFELD     $2.99
BULLETPROOF COFFIN DISINTERRED #3 $3.99
CARBON GREY ORIGINS #2 CVR A NGUYEN       $3.99
CHOKER #6 $3.99
DARKNESS ACCURSED TP VOL 07       $19.99
ELEPHANTMEN #38  $3.99
FATALE #1 VAR CVR 4TH PTG $3.50
INVINCIBLE #89 VAR CVR 2ND PTG    $2.99
MORNING GLORIES #17       $2.99
WALKING DEAD #95  $2.99

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLISHERS
100 BADDEST MOTHER F****ERS IN COMICS SC  $8.99
AGATHA H & CLOCKWORK PRINCESS GIRL GENIUS NOVEL HC        $24.99
ART OF DANIEL CLOWES MODERN CARTOONIST HC        $40.00
ATOMIC ROBO REAL SCIENCE ADV #1  $2.75
BIG DAMN FIREFLY & SERENITY TRIVIA BOOK SC        $19.95
BLACK CHARITY HC $19.95
COBRA ONGOING #11        $3.99
COVER GIRLS HC    $24.99
CROSSED BADLANDS #2      $3.99
DOROTHY OF OZ PREQUEL #1  $3.99
FLASH GORDON ZEITGEIST #4 $3.99
FRANK FRAZETTA LIVING LEGEND SC   $15.00
FUTURAMA COMICS #60      $2.99

GARBAGE PAIL KIDS HC    $19.95
GERONIMO STILTON HC BOX SET VOL 1-3      $29.99
GI JOE 2 RETALIATION MOVIE PREQUEL #3    $3.99
GONE TO AMERIKAY HC       $24.99
GOOD BYE TP      $16.95
GREEN HORNET #23 $3.99
HAWKEN #3 $3.99
HELLRAISER #12    $3.99
HOUSE OF ODD GN   $10.99
INFESTATION 2 GI JOE #2  $3.99
KNOWBODYS GN      $8.99
KOKESHI AOKI HC   $15.99
KOKESHI YUMI HC  $15.99
MAGIC THE GATHERING #3   $3.99
OWLY GN VOL 01 WAY HOME (NEW PTG) $10.00
PATRICIA BRIGGS ALPHA & OMEGA CRY WOLF VOL 01 #6 $3.99
PREVIEWS #283 APRIL 2012  $2.70
RACHEL RISING TP VOL 01 SHADOW OF DEATH   $16.99
ROHAN AT THE LOUVRE HC   $19.99
SINCEREST FORM OF PARODY SATIRICAL COMICS TP     $24.99
STAR TREK ONGOING #7     $3.99
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES ONGOING #8   $3.99
TORPEDO HC VOL 05 $24.99
TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE ONGOING #2 2ND PTG      $3.99
TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE ONGOING #3        $3.99
WARLORD OF MARS DEJAH THORIS #11  $3.99
WARRIORS OF MARS #2       $3.99

KIDS COMICS
ARCHIE #631    $2.99
B & V FRIENDS DOUBLE DIGEST #223  $3.99
LIFE WITH ARCHIE #18      $3.99

MANGA
ABANDON THE OLD IN TOKYO TP  $16.95
BUNNY DROP GN VOL 05     $12.99
DELTORA QUEST GN VOL 05  $10.99
IS THIS A ZOMBIE VOL 01  $11.99
KUROSAGI CORPSE DELIVERY SERVICE TP VOL 12       $11.99
MELANCHOLY OF SUZUMIYA HARUHI CHAN GN VOL 05     $11.99
PANDORA HEARTS GN VOL 09 $11.99
PUSH MAN AND OTHER STORIES TP    $16.95
SHUGO CHARA CHAN GN VOL 03       $10.99
TEZUKA DORORO COMP TP ED $24.95

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Liber Distro joins Free Comic Book Day

Credits: 215Ink, FUBAR Press, Liber Comic Distributor

Liber Distro joins Free Comic Book Day

UPDATE 03/23/12: Liber Distro has successfully raised enough funds to double their initial planned output for their Free Comic Book Day. They have raised $2,939 with 8 days remaining to contribute. Additionally, 215Ink will be opening its entire digital comics catalog on Free Comic Book Day only, May 5th, for free.

Philadelphia – Liber Comic Distributor, which officially opened its doors late last year, is looking to make a presence for themselves at this year’s Free Comic Book Day on May 5th.

The company started a Kickstarter campaign on Friday to raise funds to send out their FCBD packages to participating retailers. Liber exceeded its initial goal of $1200 in less than a day and is already making plans for those additional funds.

Retailers can recieve a Liber FCBD package by creating an account on the company’s website. They will then receive the comics free of charge; they won’t even have to pay shipping. This is a key difference from Diamond Comic Distributor’s FCBD books, which retailers do pay the shipping, even though the comics are otherwise free. Participating publishers in Liber’s FCBD include the local companies 215Ink and FUBAR Press.

The Kickstarter campaign has already raised $2,140, as of this writing, with 12 days left to contribute. At $2600, Liber will be able to double its output: 2,000 comics to over 50 different retailers. Later today, Liber will announce new rewards for contributing to the campaign. Rewards already include comics, art prints and other assorted goodies.

Liber distributed comics can be purchased at Philadelphia area comic book stores, including Capes & Cowls Comics and Collectibles in Bensalem, PA. To find a shop near you go to www.comicshoplocator.com.

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Review: The Walking Dead season 2 finale, ‘Beside the Dying Fire’

Credits: AMCTV.com

Review: The Walking Dead season 2 finale, ‘Beside the Dying Fire’

Last night season two of The Walking Dead came to a close with a season finale that was as gory as it was intense. Everything changed for our intrepid survivors in “Beside the Dying Fire,” and that change came with a high cost. Read on, gentle zombiephiles, for a run-down of the highs, the lows, and the in-betweens of the season two finale of The Walking Dead.

FAIR WARNING: HERE THERE BE SPOILERS FOR BOTH THE SEASON FINALE AND THE COMIC BOOKS.

The season finale was, in a word, stressful. No one was safe and we didn’t know what was going to happen (not even TWD comic book fans, for whom this season has been an exercise in guesswork as to which original plotlines the show will actually follow).

Our episode begins with the zombie mayhem we knew had to be coming from the ominous end of “Better Angels.” Almost before they know it, the farmhouse is surrounded and the survivors are forced to fight or to flee. At first they try to fight––and it was a real gruesome pleasure to get to watch the group in action––and then they end up admitting defeat and making a run for it.

Our hats are off to Greg Nicotero and the special effects team of The Walking Dead. In a show with an unbelievable amount of makeup and gore in every episode, there has never been a weak effect in The Walking Dead. They have maintained the same standard of special effects excellence throughout both seasons, and the season two finale was no exception, even with what must’ve been at least a hundred extras. The makeup was brilliant, the blood and gore especially bloody and gorey. It was a horror fan’s dream.

In the fight for their lives that started the episode, we lost two characters: Patricia and Jimmy. Really our only complaint is that the deaths of Patricia and Jimmy were entirely predictable. At this point they were the only characters without real depth and backstory, and they had served their purpose to the plot. Their deaths weren’t surprising, but also didn’t result in a huge emotional reaction from the audience. I think we can all agree that when Jimmy met his gruesome demise we had one of two reactions: 1) “Whew! At least it wasn’t Rick or Carl,” and 2) “What was his name again?”

In killing Shane, Rick seems to have taken on some of the man’s essence. The episode was emotional for all the characters, with the group separated and their lives on the line. But Rick, in shouldering the burden of murdering his best friend and leading the group to safety, has taken on a unique emotional outlook. And his outlook seems… remarkably similar to what Shane would’ve felt in Rick’s position. When Rick explains his reasoning in killing Shane first to Lori and then to the group beside the dying fire (hey that was the title of the episode!) he sounds eerily like Shane when the other man explained his actions regarding Otis or lying to Lori. Has Rick embraced Shane’s darkness by killing him? Or was being forced to stab his best friend a wake-up call reminding him to be a harder, stronger, less forgiving person in their frightening new world?

The season finale contained two references to the first season. The first was a helicopter flying over the dead and decaying streets of Atlanta. This same helicopter is what Rick followed through downtown Atlanta before running into a whole street full of walkers. And unfortunately, the helicopter starts a horde of walkers headed in the direction of Hershel’s farm.

The second reference to season one happened when Rick finally revealed what Dr. Jenner told him before the CDC blew up: They’re all infected. No matter how they die––whether it be walker bite or knife wound––they will all eventually end up as the walking dead.

Hershel wins for best line of the episode, with his heart-breaking (yet oddly humorous) pronouncement: “Christ promised a resurrection of the dead. I just thought he had something a little different in mind.” While Scott Wilson has never had a weak moment in his tenure as Hershel, his performance in the finale was especially moving. Watching him stand in front of his house armed with a shotgun and faced with hundreds of walkers was both terrifying and deeply sad. While the other characters have been homeless and on the run for as long as we’ve known them, watching Hershel lose his farm was heart-breaking.

And the award for bad-ass of the week goes to Andrea, who looks like she spends about twenty-four hours running through the woods just ahead of the horde, toting Rick’s old bag of guns. Say what you will of Andrea, but you can’t deny the woman has guts of solid steel… or at least a furious will to survive at all costs and not end up as lunch for a gaggle of strangely mobile corpses.

And since we’re handing out awards, Daryl gets the award for most knight-in-shining-armor moment for when he rode in on his mighty steed (read: motorcycle) to sweep damsel in distress Carol off her feet and whisk her away to safety, right out of the horde’s evil clutches. To anyone who doubted that a romantic storyline between Daryl and Carol was on the way, this moment sealed the deal (I mean, their names rhyme and everything).

Fans of the TWD comic books were rewarded by two references to the original plot of the books. The first came in the form of a certain shady, sword-wielding character that came to Andrea’s rescue. The introduction of this character was spoiled earlier in the season, but that hasn’t lessened anyone’s excitement for the appearance of a fan favorite and their zombie body guards.

The second reference to the original plot was in the final shot of the episode. As Rick makes his pronouncement that the other kids can play by his rules or go home, the camera pans up from the fire to reveal what appears to be a large and fortified prison. And comic book fans the world over swooned with geekish delight.

On the whole the season two finale was one of the finest episodes of the season. It had everything TWD fans have come to know and love from the show: Zombie mayhem, blood and gore, memorable lines, brilliant acting, and plenty of drama. When the shock and excitement of this intense episode wears off, the only questions left will be “What happens next?” and “Do we seriously have to wait until the fall to find out?!”

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True Blood comic to become a monthly series

Credits: IDW Publishing

True Blood comic to become a monthly series

IDW has decided to turn the True Blood comic miniseries into a monthly comic series starting this May.

IDW teamed up with HBO in 2010 to launch the first True Blood comic series. The first series was 6 issues and was followed by the Tainted Love series that also had six issues. IDW recently completed the French Quarter series and because it was so popular they have decided to extend it into a monthly comic series.

The comics don’t follow the show exactly but really supplements it in allowing the writers to add to Alan Ball and subsequently Charlaine Harris’ world.

True Blood is HBO’s hit vampire show that runs from the end of June til the middle of September each year. The fifth season will start around the same time and has been teased to be the return of Russell Edgington.

The first cover of the monthly comic series is posted to the right and is courtesy of IDW’s promotional release. It shows Eric, Sookie, and Bill, the main characters of the show on the front covers.

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‘The Hunger Games’ premiere draws media frenzy of interviews, videos & more

‘The Hunger Games’ premiere draws media frenzy of intervierws, videos & more

The Hunger Games premiere was held Monday night in Los Angeles to much fanfare — and to the cheers of hundreds of fans, who camped out for two days for a chance to see the stars walk the special black carpet.

“The passion of these fans is unlike anything I have ever been involved with,” Elizabeth Banks told the Associated Press. She plays Effie Trinket in the film. “For me the biggest star here is Suzanne Collins, who wrote the books and is the creator of this entire universe, all this pandemonium.”

Collins didn’t give any interviews while hitting the black carpet, though she did stop to sign autographs for fans.

Of course, the stars of the film and Gary Ross, the movie’s director, gave plenty of interviews to the hordes of media outlets who were out in force to capture all the action. E! Online has put together a single video that includes the entire red carpet livestream, in case you missed it. Otherwise, here’s a round-up of many of the interviews and videos captured at the premiere:

There are tons of photos from the black carpet, as well! Here are some slideshows where you can check out The Hunger Games stars on their finest:

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Valiant Comics reveals four launch titles

Credits: Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic, Valiant Comics

Valiant Comics reveals four launch titles

The relaunch of popular ‘90s comic book imprints continues. Valiant Comics will, after years in the making, return in May 2012. The Valiant properties are under the ownership of Valiant Entertainment, Inc. and they have taken their time to ensure they get the initial launch correct. Valiant finished revealing the starting line up of the new Valiant Universe and it looks as promising as ever.

X-O MANOWAR #1 in May kicks off the new Valiant. The series is written by New York Times-bestselling author Robert Venditti with art by the perfectly chosen Eisner Award-winning Cary Nord (Conan). X-O MANOWAR features the story of Aric of Dacia, a member of the ruling family of the Visigoth barbarians. Captured during battle with an alien race, Aric’s only chance of getting home is to take up an alien suit of armor and battle his way back to Earth. And don’t miss the Free Comic Book Day Valiant Universe preview also in May!

HARBINGER #1 hits in June from New York Times-bestselling author Joshua Dysart and Harvey Award nominee artist Khari Evans. HARBINGER is the tale of an uneasy alliance between two of Earth’s most powerful superhuman, known as “harbingers.” Pete Stanchek is a directionless teenager with psionic powers. Toyo Harada, a wealthy businessman and powerful harbinger of his own, may be the man responsible for Stanchek becoming a force of good… or deception.

BLOODSHOT #1 shoots its way into stores in July from writer Duane Swierczynski and artists Manuel Garcia & Arturo Lozzi. Bloodshot is the perfect soldier merged with the world’s most cutting edge technology. What happens when he is falls into enemy hands?

ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #1 rounds out the first wave in August. This unlikely pairing is brought together by New York Times-bestselling creative team of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry. Obadiah Archer was trained from birth to kill one man: the immortal drunk known only as Armstrong. Denying that Armstrong is the embodiment of evil Archer was raised to believe, the duo must stay one step ahead of the cult that trained him, The Sect!

Valiant Comics can be purchased at Philadelphia area comic book stores. X-O MANOWAR #1 is available for pre-order now and hits stores May 02, 2012. Free Comic Book Day is May 05, 2012. To find a shop near you go to www.comicshoplocator.com.

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4th annual March of the Zombies fashion show rocks Denver with beauty and brains

Credits: Jess d’Arbonne

4th annual March of the Zombies fashion show rocks Denver with beauty and brains

Last night the fourth annual March of the Zombies fashion show rocked the stage at the Gothic Theatre. Local fashion designers, artists, and bands joined together to raise money for MOTZ organizer Summer Jackson’s new local arts initiative, Creative to Bless, supporting Denver artists and designers. Where beauty met braaaaains, it was one helluva party.

The night began with the music of local Colorado bands Lost Point and  Flash Mob, who tore up the stage and got the crowd rioting for more. Local artists displayed their wares, including Colorado zombie author Brian Kaufman, author of Dead Beyond the Fence; Jewelry artists Junky Funk Designs and Camille Falk Designs; Comic Book Classroom, with this year’s Denver Comic-Con; Ted of Working Class Ink; Live art performers Anthony of Scantiliclad Apparel, Carmine of BLK MTL/A.D.D., and Joe Punicki of Stellar Growl.

The models strutted designs by many of Denver’s best and brightest fashionistas. Seven Seals Apparel, Broken Perception, Kimono Dragons, Julio Alejandro Designs, and of course Summer Jackson and C2B were all represented by the sexy, brain-thirsty models. The zombies wore striking jewelry by local artists Junky Funk Designs and Camille Falk Designs.

Special effects zombie makeup artists Aaron Spriggs and Alan Anderson of Colorado Skin Works decomposed the gorgeous models into gruesome approximations of undeath. The juxtaposition of fashion and gore is what has always made March of the Zombies a unique show, and this year was no exception. Every model had bleeding wounds and bite marks on their faces. On top of that, some of the models were wearing little more than body paint to go along with their gore.

Accompanying the models was DJ M.F. KAAOS, spinning beats to keep the crowd and the zombie models dancing. After the runway show,  A Vast Eclipse took the stage for more musical mayhem. And headlining the show was King Rat, one of the biggest and best punk rock bands in Denver.

With a huge crowd in attendance, MOTZ4 was undeniably a success. The spectators got into the spirit of the event by dressing up as zombies fit to rival the models. The annual show is an example of how zombie pop culture has exploded in the Mile High City, but more importantly, March of the Zombies is always about community. It’s about supporting local art and artists, fostering creativity in our own back yards, and celebrating the work of our friends and neighbors.

And nothing says support for local arts like a horde of fashionably undead zombies.

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New comic book releases 3/14/12

New comic book releases 3/14/12

New comic book releases for the week of 3/14/12. Looks like the SF Bay Area forecast calls for some wet weather this week. What better way to dodge rain drops than to stay inside where it is nice and warm with a stack of your favorite comics! I’ll make my dash to Dr. Comics and Mr. Games between scattered showers and pick up a few from this weeks list. I encourage you to do the same. Check them out!

DC/VERTIGO
BATGIRL #7    $2.99
BATMAN AND ROBIN #7       $2.99
BATMAN YEAR ONE DELUXE EDITION HC $24.99
BATWOMAN #7      $2.99
CARTOON NETWORK ACTION PACK #67   $2.99
DC UNIVERSE BY ALAN MOORE HC      $39.99
DC UNIVERSE ONLINE LEGENDS TP VOL 02     $19.99
DEATHSTROKE #7   $2.99
DEMON KNIGHTS #7  $2.99
FLASHPOINT WORLD OF FLASHPOINT BATMAN TP  $17.99
FLASHPOINT WORLD OF FLASHPOINT SUPERMAN TP       $17.99
FLASHPOINT WORLD OF FLASHPOINT WONDER WOMAN TP   $17.99
FRANKENSTEIN AGENT OF SHADE #7   $2.99
GREEN LANTERN #7  $2.99
GRIFTER #7        $2.99
LEGION LOST #7    $2.99
MISTER TERRIFIC #7        $2.99
MY GREATEST ADVENTURE #6  $3.99
NORTHLANDERS #49  $2.99
NORTHLANDERS TP VOL 06 THORS DAUGHTER     $14.99
RAY #4   $2.99
RESURRECTION MAN #7       $2.99
SAUCER COUNTRY #1 $2.99
SHADE #6  $2.99
SHOWCASE PRESENTS YOUNG LOVE TP VOL 01    $19.99
SUICIDE SQUAD #7 $2.99
SUPERBOY #7       $2.99
UNWRITTEN #35     $4.99

MARVEL/ICON
AVENGERS #24   $3.99
AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #1 WITH DIG CDE $3.99
AVENGERS ASSEMBLE HISTORY OF EARTHS HEROES GN TP  $14.99
AVENGERS BY BENDIS HEROIC AGE HC MOVIE CVR       $39.99
AVENGERS CHILDRENS CRUSADE HC    $34.99
BATTLE SCARS #5  $2.99
CAPTAIN AMERICA #9        $3.99
CARNAGE USA #4    $3.99
DAKEN DARK WOLVERINE #22  $2.99
DEADPOOL #50 2ND PTG JOHNSON VAR  $3.99
ELEKTRA BY GREG RUCKA ULTIMATE COLLECTION TP      $34.99
ESSENTIAL HULK TP VOL 02 NEW ED  $19.99
FANTASTIC FOUR #604      $3.99
INCREDIBLE HULK #6        $3.99
JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY #635 $2.99
MARVEL FIRSTS 1970S TP VOL 02     $29.99
MMW MIGHTY THOR HC VOL 11        $59.99
MMW MIGHTY THOR HC VOL 11 DM VAR ED 176  $59.99
POWERS #9        $3.95
PUNISHER #9       $2.99
SCARLET SPIDER #3 $2.99
SPIDER-MAN SPIDER SENSE LOOK AND FIND HC  $9.95
ULTIMATE COMICS AVENGERS VS NEW ULTIMATES DOSM TP $19.99
ULTIMATE COMICS X-MEN #9 WITH DIG CDE    $3.99
UNCANNY X-MEN BY KIERON GILLEN PREM HC VOL 01     $19.99
WOLVERINE AND X-MEN #7   $3.99
X-23 #21  $2.99
X-MEN LEGACY #263 $2.99
X-MEN SEASON ONE PREM HC WITH DIG CDE     $24.99

DARK HORSE
ART OF TARA MCPHERSON HC VOL 03 BUNNY I/T MOON $23.99
BTVS SEASON 9 FREEFALL #7 NOTO CVR       $2.99
CONAN THE BARBARIAN #2 CARNEVALE CVR      $3.50
CRIME DOES NOT PAY ARCHIVES HC VOL 01     $49.99
DARK MATTER #3   $3.50
LOBSTER JOHNSON THE BURNING HAND #3       $3.50
MONSTERMEN AND OTHER SCARY STORIES HC     $24.99
ORCHID #5        $3.50
PC CAST HOUSE OF NIGHT #5 $2.99
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