Comic Book Legends, December 2014 edition


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Comic Book Legends, December 2014 edition

Post by Legends » Tue Dec 16, 2014 4:26 am

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Comic Book Legends, December 2014 edition.

The Operator and Wing dive into the world of DC, Marvel, Indy comics and more.

This month we don’t have a feature but you had 2 episode for the price of 1, which were both free!
Spoiler Alert Spoiler Alert these discussion will be spoiler fill and will use an explicit language so consider yourself warn.

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Marvels Phase 3 has begun ... ter_finale

Advance reorders os Star Wars #1 off the chart ... er-before/

...and this may be the reason why ... tan-sakai/

What did the Sony hack say about Spider man? ... e&id=57761
Don’t even need cookies with this milk ... for-order/

No...just NO ... in-nguyen/

Spider Man Spiral .1 series ... rld-crime/
Cinemax to do Kirkmans “outcast” ... 201274584/

Aspen signs with Benderspink ... 201281705/
Op Rant -

What is the status of Marvel comic titles anyway? ... s-looking/

Source Article from ... 14-edition

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Re: Comic Book Legends, December 2014 edition

Post by NeilIsntWitty » Tue Jan 06, 2015 5:41 pm

Hey guys - awesome Comic Book Legends 'cast.

Wanted to mention that a new Image title dropped in December - Bitch Planet.
2014 Best Writer Eisner Award nominee KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (PRETTY DEADLY, Captain Marvel) and VALENTINE DE LANDRO (X-Factor) team up for the very third time to bring you the premiere issue of BITCH PLANET, their highly-anticipated women in prison sci-fi exploitation riff. Think Margaret Atwood meets Inglourious Basterds.

First issue was really solid with great art. I've thrown it on my digital pull list. Love to get your thoughts as there's a lot of industry 'buzz' on the interwebs about it.

Formerly Amberite, but probably not Nellie or Nelson. I'd probably answer to either tho.

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