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Review: Star Wars: Han Solo – Imperial Cadet

Have you wondered about Han Solo’s time at the Imperial Academy? Star Wars: Han Solo – Imperial Cadet fills in some of that mystery diving in to his time training. The trade collects Star Wars: Han Solo – Imperial Cadet #1-5 and Star Wars: Beckett.

Story: Robbie Thompson, Gerry Duggan
Art: Leonard Kirk, Edgar Salazar, Marc Laming, Will Sliney
Ink: Leonard Kirk, Daniele Orlandini, Cory Hamscher
Color: Arif Prianto, Jordan Boyd
Letterer: Joe Caramagna, Travis Lanham

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Review: Venom Adventures

With Venom soon in theaters, Marvel has been releasing numerous trades and comics starring the character for fans to devour. We’re going over some of what you can get including Venom Adventures!

The pocket sized digest collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #21, #24, and #35, and Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man #16 and #19 by Fred Van Lente, Michael O’Hare, Cory Hamscher, Guru-eFX, Terry Pallot, Dave Sharpe, and Joe Caramagna.

Get your copy in comic shops and book stores now. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFAW

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Review: All-New Wolverine #19

ANWOLV2015021_covCOLI haven’t read an issue of All-New Wolverine since the third or fourth issue because the clone focused story really wasn’t my cup of tea, even though I knew others really enjoyed the story. It wasn’t until I saw Logan and my “Gotham Weekly” cohort Joe told me that the series had been really good of late that I thought I should dip my toes back in. And when I saw that this was the beginning of a new arc… I decided to don my bathing suit and dive in. Or something like it.

In All-New Wolverine #19 at least one of Laura’s clones, Gabby, is still around from the earlier issues, and it seems as though they’ve become partners in a mentor/protege type relationship that gives the book an interesting dynamic, and one that I honestly didn’t expect to see.

There’s honestly a lot here that I really enjoyed, from Gabby’s questioning of why Wolverine never thought to wear bulletproof clothing before, to the spectacular set pieces throughout the comic, this is everything you want in a Wolverine comic.

I’m not lying when I say I enjoyed every page.

As you may or may not be aware, I also write the weekly “DC Rebirth Recap and Review” where we look at how easy it is for new readers to pick up the week’s issue with very little backstory, so it should come as no surprise to you that I’m a big proponent of the recap page. Although there was a recap page here, it wasn’t overly necessary to enjoy the comic itself – yes it helped establish why Laura and Gabby were doing what they were doing at the outset of the comic, but the following issues are set up more with the appearance of Ironheart than any previous events, which makes this ideal for new – or returning – readers.

Story: Tom Taylor Penciler: Leonard Kirk 
Inker: Cory Hamscher Colourist: Michael Garland
Story: 8.5 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.75 Recommendation: Buy

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Preview: X-Men ’92 #10

X-Men ’92 #10

(W) Chris Sims, Chad Bowers (A) Alti Firmansyah, Cory Hamscher (CA) David Nakayama
Rated T
In Shops: Dec 28, 2016
SRP: $4.99

It’s an X-traordinary final issue! How will our favorite X-Men survive their biggest threat yet – Apocalypse?! And will Scott Summers and Jean Grey make it back from the year 2099? This is one giant-size finale you don’t want to miss out on!

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Preview – Supreme #68

Supreme #68

Story by: Erik Larsen Art By: Erik Larsen & Cory Hamscher Cover By: Erik Larsen
Price: $3.99

“The KHROMIUM Age”
His father was one of Supreme’s greatest foes. Now he seeks vengeance–and he has the power to get it! Face-to-face with the Ivory Icon on a far off world KHROMIUM will have his revenge–or die trying! Meanwhile, Ethan Crane and the former Supremouse Squeak form an uneasy alliance with the one being that might help restore their missing powers: Darius Duck! A shocker!

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Preview – Supreme #67

Supreme #67

Story by: Erik Larsen Art By: Erik Larsen & Cory Hamscher Cover By: Erik Larsen
Price: $3.99

From the pages of INVINCIBLE comes the most requested Supreme opponent of all time. Enter: Omni-Man! Supreme is out of control! Suprema is at death’s door and Ethan Crane is in a bad way. Can even Omni-Man hope to save the day?

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Preview – Supreme #66

Supreme #66

Story by: Erik Larsen Art By: Erik Larsen & Cory Hamscher Cover By: Erik Larsen
Price: $2.99

“SUPREME MADNESS”
Supreme is out for blood and Suprema is our last hope – or is she…? Featuring a guest star you have to see to believe!

Preview – Supreme #63

Supreme #63

Story by: Alan Moore Art By:Erik Larsen & Cory Hamscher Cover By: Erik Larsen Variant Cover by: Cory Hamscher & Rob Liefeld
Price: $2.99

“REVELATIONS”
The legendary Supreme returns! ALAN MOORE’s final SUPREME tale is the ultimate jumping on point for new readers! The triumphant return of Image Comics’ most powerful hero! As Supreme romances Diana Dane he takes her on a tour of the Citadel Supreme and tells all of his innermost secrets just as Supreme’s most hated nemesis, Darius Dax, makes a most unfortunate discovery: the key to defeat his abhorred adversary! It’s most mind-blowing cliffhanger in the history of comics! Featuring a story by award winning author ALAN MOORE (WATCHMEN) and art by fan favorites ERIK LARSEN (SPIDER-MAN, SAVAGE DRAGON) & CORY HAMSCHER (X-MEN). You wish all comics were this good!