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    Review: The Woods #5

    James Tynion IV has grown a lot as a writer, from the former student of Scott Snyder who wrote backups on Batman to a distinguished individual writing solid, original comics.

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    Colorists, Inkers, and Wes Craig’s Art

    I was a big fan of Deadly Class as soon as I started reading the first issue when it came out. I adored that first issue, actually. The blunt, rough

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    Comic-Graphics: Weekly Facebook Page Stats

    It’s Monday which means a new Marketing Monday and checking out how the various Facebook fanpages have grown or shrunk over the past week. Overall, the pages continued to grow,

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    Review: Sally of the Wasteland #2

    Sally of the Wasteland is a relatively new series from Titan Comics, so far only on its second issue. The story follows Sally and a group of survivors of some

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    Review: Inhuman # 3

    I must admit, I have a soft spot for Marvel‘s minority communities. I think they serve as an interesting metaphor for real world minority issues, and both their stories and

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    TV Review: The Strain S1E8 Creatures of the Night

    The Strain‘s eighth episode kicks off right where the last one left off, the team in the subway figuring out they can’t easily defeat their enemy with bullets. They’ll need

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    Join Our Team!

    Graphic Policy is always on the hunt for talented contributors. If you’re interested in becoming involved with one of the internet’s most unique, fastest-growing entertainment and pop culture websites, now’s

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    TV Review: Doctor Who S8E2 Into the Dalek

    Doctor Who returned last week with the first full episode to feature the new Doctor Peter Capaldi. He quickly established himself, and what we can expect for his interpretation of

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    Review: Bob’s Burgers #1

    Bob’s Burgers is the animated television show that could, growing into a cult show, and one of the best family sitcoms on television. Courtesy of Dynamite, you can now you

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    Review: POP #1

    What if the world’s pop stars and celebrities were literally products, grown by the world’s wealthiest (and most depraved) minds—and one of them escaped? Written by Curt Pires with art

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