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Around the Tubes

So, new comic book day has come and gone. What’d everyone get or if you’ve yet to go, what do you plan on getting?

Around the Tubes Reviews

CBR – Anti-Hero #1 and 2

Comic Vine – Batwoman #23

Comic Vine – Bloodshot #0

Talking Comics – Bloodshot #0

Comic Vine – Injustice: Gods Among Us #32

Comic Vine – Justice League Dark #23

Comic Vine – KISS Kids #1

CBR – KISS Kids #1

CBR – Mighty Avengers #1

Comic Vine – Supergirl #23

Comic Vine – Superman Unchained #3

CBR – Superman Unchained #3

Comic Vine – X-Factor #261

Comic Vine – X-O Manowar #16

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Author:Brett Schenker

Brett is a political consultant who resides in Arlington, VA. He grew up in Cleveland, OH and Buffalo, NY and attended the University at Buffalo, majoring in Political Science. Since then Brett has made his mark on politics working in various positions such as a Legislative Staffer for the Erie County Legislature, Special Assistant for Senator John Kerry, as the Database Administrator for Forward Together PAC, Deputy Internet Director for Chris Dodd for President, and Internet/Database Director for Virginians for Brian Moran, and Email Deliverability Czar for Salsa Labs. In 2007 Brett formed 5B Consulting providing his expertise on database solutions, new media and email strategy. He's a long time geek, reading comics since he was a child and learning to spell his name on an Atari 800. When he's not working, he's reading comics, playing video games and relaxing with a nice cup of tea. You can follow him on Twitter @bhschenker


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4 Comments on “Around the Tubes”

  1. August 22, 2013 at 9:10 am #

    Wonder Woman is out this week, so I’ll pick that up.

    • August 22, 2013 at 10:27 am #

      I stopped reading that many months ago. How has it held up?

      • August 22, 2013 at 11:01 am #

        The “protect Zola’s baby” theme has kept going, but the writing has stayed strong. Orion from New Genesis has become a key character. There’s been less of the intense Greek myth.

        • August 22, 2013 at 11:26 am #

          Yeah, that’s why I stopped reading. The writing was solid, I’m just not big on the Greek mythos.

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