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This Comic Reviewer Read 18 Comics from 10/8 and You Won’t Believe What He Has to Say

This Comic Reviewer Read 18 Comics from 10/8 and You Won’t Believe What He Has to Say

Kelly Harrass takes a look at 18 comics from the week of October 8th. He takes a look at Avengers, Batman, Sex Criminals, Blacksad, Amazing Spider-Man, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more!

Review: 'Life With Archie' #36 & #37

Review: ‘Life With Archie’ #36 & #37

The comics of the year has come and gone. Were these issues handled well or is this a blatant publicity stunt? Click here for our review!

Review: 'Amelia Cole and the Hidden War'

Review: ‘Amelia Cole and the Hidden War’

The second trade paperback featuring Amelia Cole – a fave rave of the #CS100 – came out this week. Does it uphold the previous standard of greatness or fly right off the rails? Read the PoP! review and find out…

Preview/Review: 'Action Presidents' #1

Preview/Review: ‘Action Presidents’ #1

In the first issue of ‘Action Presidents’, Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey present the true life story of George Washington. Read the review and then check out the first six pages for free!

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #38

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #38

So much good stuff this week, it’s hard to even contain it. But we do. Everyone comes out swinging this week on Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #37

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #37

Not even exhaustion can keep down Retailer Privilege Comic Review. A lot of good books, a lot of action, and the introduction of a tiger as a weapon. Just saying. Hit the jump and read on.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #35

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #35

The Justice League expands, Alpha returns for his own series, Aquaman is a tough SOB and upcoming changes coming to the show. Viva la Vibe, it’s Retailer Privileged Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #34

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #34

So many new series are starting this week. Scary ponies, zombies and Elvis impersonators, Scarlet and Hit-Girl reappear after a long hiatus and Misty Knight has a gauntlet named Satan. Seriously, watch this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #31

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #31

The Joker is not playing with these Bat-Family people, Alpha and Wolverine show their faces and Black Kiss 2 ends a crazy, sexy bizarre story. It’s a slow week, but it’s still time for Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #23

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #23

More Court of Owls fun with Talon #1, Bravest Warriors could be the next Adventure Time (it’s written by the same guy) and a shout out to the makers of Li’l Depressed Boy and more on this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #19

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #19

This week, Jared continues with DC’s #0 issues, The Walking Dead shambles, Spider-Men ends well and more. Check it out.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #18

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #18

AVX is coming to an end, Crossed: Badlands ends a story arc with a bang and more #0 issues from DC this week and more in this edition of RPCR. Check it out now.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #17

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #17

DC rolls out the New 52 #0 issues. Are they good? Watch Jared talk about the first wave as well as Black Kiss 2 and Ross Campbell’s Wet Moon 6.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #15

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #15

Once again back is the incredible……Retailer Privilege Comic Review. Checking out some of the comics that came out this week before most people wake up at 6am….

Review: Stale N Mate

Review: Stale N Mate

The third and most recent book from movie-star-turned-comic-book-creator Shia LaBeouf is Stale N Mate. Does Shia up his comic book game with his most recent book, or does it fall flat?

Review: LET'S F---ING PARTY.

Review: LET’S F—ING PARTY.

It’s been a little over a month since PoP! Contributor Jason Knize exchanged a bro-hug with Shia LaBeouf at C2E2. Now, enjoy this review of Shia’s book of illustrated poetry, and just as the title says, Let’s F—ing Party.

Review: Cyclical

Review: Cyclical

Comics have a long history of finding successful writers from other mediums, but for every Gerald Way, Kevin Smith, or Brad Meltzer there is a Chad Michael Murray waiting. PoP! reviews the self-published comic Cyclical, created by one of the newest celebrities turned comics creator – Shia LaBeouf.

Review: Anathema #1

Review: Anathema #1

Rachel Deering and Chris Mooneyham team-up for a macabre lesbian werewolf horror story that will leave readers howling for more.

Mythoi #7

Mythoi #7

There simply aren’t enough stories about blood-sucking little boys teaming up with giant naked cyborgs to fight the Church and the Titans at their disposal. But at least there’s one!

Dead Man's Run #1

Dead Man’s Run #1

In Dead Man’s Run #1 we meet cartographer Sam Tinker and his sister Juniper. Witness their decent into the prison where Sam once worked. What unlikely allies will he find in his efforts to get to his sister and escape hell?

Mythoi Book II: Where the Circle Begins

Mythoi Book II: Where the Circle Begins

Stop me if you’ve heard this one… four guys walk into a bar looking for a naked burn victim, only to get their asses blown up by Cupid. Doesn’t sound familiar? Then you haven’t been keeping up with Mythoi. The good news? Now’s your chance to catch up with Mythoi Book II

Review: Dead Man's Run #0

Review: Dead Man’s Run #0

Prison can be hell. In Greg Pak’s Dead Man’s Run Hell is a prison know as The Pyramid. Who are the inmates and what happens when an inmate is on the loose?

Haunted City #1

Haunted City #1

Aspen Comics’ ‘Haunted City’ is part ghost story, part corrupt cop drama, and part murder mystery. When a cop with a drug problem starts seeing ghostly apparitions, is he crazy, or is he just starting to learn the truth?

Preview: Executive Assistant Iris #4

Preview: Executive Assistant Iris #4

The chain of events set forth across the globe in “The Hit List Agenda” begin to unfold with fatal results, as Duncan Villone’s corporate enterprise makes its play to rule the entire world’s network of business commerce—and power.

Preview: Executive Assistant: Violet #3 of 3

Preview: Executive Assistant: Violet #3 of 3

The clutches of “The Hit List Agenda” begin to squeeze the life out of Executive Assistant Violet as she discovers the horrific means by which a power-hungry mogul will go to control her…

Aspen Comics for 9/21/11

Aspen Comics for 9/21/11

This week, Aspen Comics is releasing four, count ‘em… four books. Check out Fathom #2, Soulfire #3, Executive Assistant: Lotus #3 of 3, and Broken Pieces #1.

Dellec #6 Review

Dellec #6 Review

It’s a fight of man against God’s minions as Dellec finds himself at the precipice of a deadly battle for justice against his mortal enemy. However, can one man stop the very forces of God, as well as the lost souls of mankind?

Executive Assistant: Orchid #3 of 3

Executive Assistant: Orchid #3 of 3

Following the shocking conclusion of issue #2, Orchid finds herself with no allies left in her deadly mission. However, the arrival of Iris further complicates matters, as “The Hit List Agenda” finally takes its toll on her and her future…

Executive Assistant: Iris #3

Executive Assistant: Iris #3

A new billionaire entrepreneur will come to light—a man with a quest for power so far-reaching, it may prove to unravel the very fabric of the world’s makeup altogether! Meanwhile, what is Iris’ play in this deadly game of world domination?

Soulfire Volume 3, Issue 3

Soulfire Volume 3, Issue 3

The Chaos has taken over! Malikai encounters the Chaos with surprising results. And Grace will soon learn that the power of Onyx and the Shadow Magic are far more evil than even she could have ever anticipated!

Executive Assistant: Violet #2

Executive Assistant: Violet #2

Executive Assistant Violet has mommy issues—namely, her mother is an Executive Assistant as well! And the events of “The Hit List Agenda” force Violet to prove her worth in protecting her employer’s life from the merciless forces that want them both dead!

Aspen Comics Preview for August 24, 2011

Aspen Comics Preview for August 24, 2011

This Wednesday, Aspen Comics is releasing three books: Executive Assistant: Lotus #2, Fathom: Blue Descent #3, and Mindfield #6. Which books should you pull this week? What series should you follow, and which should you skip? Find out here!

Executive Assistant: Orchid, #2 of 3

Executive Assistant: Orchid, #2 of 3

Aspen’s first ever Summer-spanning event, “The Hit List Agenda” continues with Executive Assistant: Orchid. The second issue has as much blood and guts as the first, as well as a sudden twist that changes the entire mini-series.

Executive Assistant: Iris, volume 2, #2

Executive Assistant: Iris, volume 2, #2

Aspen’s first ever intra-series summer event, “The Hit List Agenda” continues. Should you pick it up today at your local comic shop? Find out here!

Check it Out Today: Broken Pieces #0

Check it Out Today: Broken Pieces #0

The world has been destroyed and is practically uninhabitable. Biological terrorism has diseased our planet. What happens next? In Aspen Comics’ new series ‘Broken Pieces’ we see how one man’s life is torn apart.