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THE UNWRITTEN Set on a Collision Course with FABLES by The Fanboy SEO on Jan 29, 2013What will happen when Bigby Wolf, one of the main stars in Bill Willingham's FABLES, meets up with Mike Carey's Tom Taylor from The UNWRITTEN? Beats me. But fans of these two long-running Vertigo series should be on the lookout for the crossover...



More Reasons for Rogue-Gambit Fans to Hate Magneto by The Fanboy SEO on Dec 31, 2011Why are we still seeing a love affair between Rogue and Magneto? Isn't it about time she went back to Gambit already? Oh and spoilers for X-Men Legacy 260 by Mike Carey and Khoi Pham.



First Look: Packaged Age of X Marvel Minimates by The Fanboy SEO on Nov 15, 2011Here's your first look at the upcoming Age of X Marvel Minimates from Art Asylum.



Christos Gage Replaces Mike Carey on X-Men Legacy But Still Retains Rogue by Flipgeeks on Oct 16, 2011Marvel has officially revealed the next writer picking up the pieces after Mike Carey's final issue for X-Men Legacy. The new creative team would be writer Christos Gage together with artist David Baldeon.



Alex Ross & Mike S. Miller to be GAME OF THRONES Comic Adaptation Cover Artists by Flipgeeks on Jun 29, 2011Official Press Release Bantam Books, an imprint of the Random House Publishing Group, announced today Alex Ross and Mike S. Miller as the cover artists for the comic adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones series. The series will be...



Review: New Mutants # 23 by Flipgeeks on Mar 27, 2011A review of New Mutants # 23 by Mike Carey and Steve Kurth featuring the fourth part of Marvel's Age of X.



john constantine hellblazer: all his engines by mike carey & leonardo manco by Artseblis Reads on Nov 7, 2010When a mysterious worldwide plague starts putting millions of people into deadly comas, Earth's foremost expert on the bizarre, John Constantine, steps in with the "cure." But will the cure be worse than the disease?



Re-gifters by Bookmarked! on Apr 6, 2010As you well know, I’ve introduced a steady supply of graphic novels in my reading diet for the past few months and I’ve been enjoying the regular break from straight text. But because I still haven’t acquired the taste for graphic n...