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Gazing Out Over An Infinite Horizon

Although there is fighting in many comic books, rarely does a comic capture the feel of an action movie.  This isn’t generally a problem as the two mediums exist separately from each other.  But, when these two things come together, the ...

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Subtlety: The Secret Language of Shotguns

Letter From The Editor: Comical Musings believes that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and celebrates diversity and individuality.  We, as a blog, understand the importance that Garth Ennis’ “Preacher” has in the lexicon of modern day comic books. ...

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Stan Lee’s Starborn…It’s Actually Very Good!

Boom! Studios puts out really good quality comic books.  They aren’t Marvel, Image, or DC, but they get the job done.  They have innovative ideas for their comics that aren’t indie, but aren’t necessarily mainstream.  Boom Studios is something else. ...

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Marvel Universe Vs. Wolverine

“When everything is possible…there’s every reason to be afraid.” -Reed Richards Welcome to Comical Musings and the second of two looks at the “Marvel Universe Vs. _________” series.  Although I read the Marvel Universe Vs. The Punisher first and enjoyed it, ...

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Marvel Universe Vs. The Punisher

Welcome to Comical Musings and the first of two looks at the “Marvel Universe Vs. _________” series.  The Punisher has always been a force to reckon with, but could he contend with the whole Marvel Universe?  It can be argued ...

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The Rot Against the Green—The New Swamp Thing

Yanick Paquette’s Swamp Thing looks badass. Despite a life dedicated to writing, that is the only description I have been able to muster for the art in this book.  And it’s quite possibly the most fitting if I may excuse ...

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