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Jay Brown
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"Life isn’t divided into genres. It’s a horrifying, romantic, tragic, comical, science-fiction cowboy detective novel … with a bit of pornography if you're lucky." - Alan Moore
"Life isn’t divided into genres. It’s a horrifying, romantic, tragic, comical, science-fiction cowboy detective novel … with a bit of pornography if you're lucky." - Alan Moore

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I've reviewed a great little political thriller called Queen below, it's an early issue and a Kickstarter backed project. Well worth staying tuned to this one!

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I've reviewed the final issues of Trespasser, a fantastic end to a fantastic short series. I'd love to see more of this in the future, if you haven't checked it out yet be sure to give it a go!

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I've taken a look at the excellent one shot Snarl from Kelly Bender and Insane Comics. SNARL is an intelligent supernatural thriller with a side of horror for good measure. It's a recommended title so check it out for yourself.

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I've taken a look at Demons from creator Tyler Carpenter, check out what this new supernatural indie book has to offer when it hits selves on August 22nd. #indiecomics  

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Are you reading Valiant's 4001AD? You should be! This event is shaping up to be one of the hottest of the summer.

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My review for NYPDD #1. A truly indie book and a crowd funding success story with a really interesting and original concept executed perfectly.

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Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens crossover is actually a thing happening this summer. IDW, Dark Horse and 2000AD have come together to give the world the crossover it didn't know it wanted. This promises to be an insane book. What do you think? Who's going to pick this up?

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It's rare I review something I don't enjoy but I just couldn't get into this book. See why in the review below, did anyone else read this? How did you find it?

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If you're looking for a new, smart and fresh Sci-Fi adventure you could d worse than to pick a copy of the first issue of Eric Henson's Eden. The book has some fantastic art work, a really engaging story and great dialouge.

Hi guys, I've been wanting to get into Valiant comics for a while but their established universe looks... complex. Are there any Valiant fans out there that can help point me in the direction of where to start? What's good to start with? Are there any ideal jumping on points? I am also looking to write a piece on Valiant's universe for my site so I'd really appreciate any help.
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