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Paper Cuts: April 26, 2017

Paper Cuts: April 26, 2017

Paper Cuts: April 26, 2017 By Ryan “HB” Mount Redneck #1 (Skybound/Image) Modern day Hatfield and McCoys is one of the families was full of vampires and the other led by a preacher. While the story is not breaking any new ground, it was extremely well written and a perfect first issue.  We immediately get a sense of the Texas town, the Bowman vampire family and their rivals of the Landry Family.  Even the beginning where many creators get bogged…

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Papercuts: 03-22-2017

Papercuts: 03-22-2017

Papercuts: March 22, 2017 By Ryan “HB” Mount This week, we take a look at the reintroduction of two fan-favorite characters, Vampirella and Marvel’s Man-Thing with new jumping on points and big departures from status quo of the characters long histories. Vampirella #1 (Dynamite) After reviewing the #0 issue, there was a ton of mystery of where this series was heading.  I never would have thought from #0 that we were getting Vampirella in dystopian future Los Angles.  Perhaps as…

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Paper Cuts: 2/6/17

Paper Cuts: 2/6/17

Aliens: Defiance #9 (Dark Horse) The last time I checked in with the Aliens series was during the initial launch of the Prometheus line back in 2014.  It is not that those comics were bad, but there were a bit wordy. If I remember correctly, it was just not compelling enough to keep reading after the first several issues. I rarely will mention cover art in these reviews, but it was beautiful, dark, and creepy.  It was drawn by Stephanie Hans…

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