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8/28-9/4
Swiss Army Man:  Started this very odd movie, but when Paul Dano started using his corpse buddy as a waterskin, I kind of had to tap out.

Arrow s.4: Neal McDonough's Demien Darhk is pure villainous joy.  Also John has a lousy brother, Felicity has a super-villain dad and Oliver has a son.  Plus John Constantine and Vixen.  Evil Magic Merc isn't the best flashback story, but its better than Hong Kong.


9/4-9/11
Bojack Horseman s.4: For Bojack this season has the most hopeful ending of the series.  I mean there are several romantic relationships that collapse, a drug overdose and some senior dementia.  And yet still the most upbeat ending in awhile.  Bonus: Potential new character that lets people type asexual axolotl.
Arrow s.5:  Prometheus isn't as fun as Dahrk was, but he is even more Evil Geniuser than previous main villains.  And a finale that brings back Nyssa, Merlyn, Slade AND Captain Boomerang.  And Laurel's Evil Twin!  And lastly Russian Bratva flashbacks with Dolph Londgren.

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Giant Days #30: Written by John Allison, Pencils by Max Sarin, Inks by Liz Fleming, Colors by Whitney CogarLetters by Jim Campbell.  Daisy & Ingrid get more stable, while Susan & Graham get found out.

Astro City #47: Writer Kurt Busiek, Artist Mike Norton, Lettering & Design John Roshell & Sarah Jacobs of ComicraftColor art Peter Pantazis.  G-Boy!  A man with all the powers and strengths of a Corgi dog!
Doom Patrol #8: Writer Gerard Way, Penciller Nick Derington, Inker Tom Fowler, Colorist Tamra Bonvillain & Letterer Todd Klein.  When a woman loves her anthropomorphized former house pet too much.

the Wicked & the Divine #31: Writer Kieron Gillen, Artist Jamie McKelvie, Colourist Matthew Wilson, Letterer Clayton Cowles & Flatter Dee Cunniffe .  Woden plots something against Dio and Inanna while Amaterasu tries to reach out to Sakhmet.  And a Pantheon member dies.

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the Girl With All the Gifts:  I imagine the scene at the start with all the kids in restraints would be extra freaky for someone coming at this movie cold.

the Tick s.1:  Not as zany funny as the cartoon, but much action-y than the previous live-action version.  I did like the expansion to Dot's character.  And the rest of the cast, main and supporting all do good work.  A little bit irritated at the whole release 1/2 a season and then the rest sometime next year thing.
Little Witch Academia s.2:  Basically the same as season 1, cute and amusing if slight.  Expected stories push Power of Friendship and the Real Magic is Believing in Yourself and so forth.
Arrow s.3: Early part of the season meanders a bit before focusing in on Ra's and the League of Assassins as the main foe.  And Amanda Waller (outside of when written by a very few writers) has motivations that just remain baffling, making the flashback portions weaker than previously.  But strong character work and some very strong episodes in the back-half.

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Arrow s.2: Brother Blood, the return of Count Vertigo, Clock King, Slade Wilson & flashback Professor Ivo & Slade Wilson.  Oh and the League of Assassins & some Suicide Squad Deadshot.

the Defenders:  I like Danny the Well-Intentioned Dumbass here better than Smug Ass or Self-Righteous Ass in his own series.  Several good fight sequences and some fight sequences that might have been good if they were in better lighting so I could follow them.  And the group interactions between both the leads and the their supporting characters was good.  Plus Sigourney Weaver and Scott Glen are always great.

Comrade Detective:  I found out this was a recently made satire and NOT a recovered bit of 80s era Romanian state media television.  Which moved it from a bonkers yet unintentionally brilliant piece of period propaganda to a pretty good satire of the buddy cop genre with amusing political comedy.  Basically when I thought it was "real" I would have ranked it an unintentional 5/5, but finding out it was "fake" moves it to an intentional 3.5/5.

lurkerwithout: (comics)
Shutter #30: Writer Joe Keatinge, Artist Leila Del Duca, Colorist Owen Gieni & Letterer John Workman.  The End.
Saga #45: Art by Fiona Staples, Written by Brian K. Vaughan & Letters & Design by Fonografiks.  Ghosts of Children Not To Be and Pro-Life Bandits.
Savage Dragon #225: By Erik Larsen with Letters by Chris Eliopoulos, Colors by Nikos Kovtsis & Flats by Mike Toris.  Anniversary issue featuring Mr. Glum!  And Darklord!  And the Dragon Family!  And Freak Force!  And people injecting themselves with Dragon blood and then exploding in a SPUT!

The Damned: Ill-Gotten #3: Written by Cullen Bunn, Illustrated by Brian Hurtt, Colored by Bill CrabtreeLettered by Crank!

Lumberjanes #40: Written by Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh, Illustrated by Ayme Sotuyo, Colors by Maarta Laiho & Letters by Aubrey Aiese.  Stupid ol' trickster fox spirits.  And the end of Parent's Day.

Doom Patrol #7: Writer Gerard Way, Artist Michael Allred, Colorist Laura Allred & Letterer Todd Klein  Stupid ol' the Chielf, why you gotta be such a stupid ol' the Chief?

lurkerwithout: (comics)
Groo: Play of the Gods #1: By Sergio Aragones, Wordsmith Mark Evanier, Colorists John Ercek & Tom Luth & Letterer Stan Sakai.  New Groo, same one-joke and continuing to riff on religion.

The Unbeatable Squirrel-Girl #22: Writer Ryan North, Artist Erica Henderson, Color artist Rico Renzi & Letterer Travis Lanham.  Maureen, Tippy and Nancy win a trip to the Savage Land.  Dinosaurs, rowr!

Bug! The Adventurers of Forager #3: Storyteller Lee & Michael Allred, Colorist Laura Allred & Letterer Nate Piekos of Blambot.  This issue's Kirby Cameo, Atlas the Great!

lurkerwithout: (comics)
Bug! the Adventures of Forager #2: Lee & Michael Allred Storytellers, Laura Allred Colorist & Nate Piekos of Blambot Letterer.  Bug Forager teams with the Losers, Sandman, Sandy and Blue Beetle to free Nanda Parbat.

the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #21: Writer Ryan North, Artist Erica Henderson, Color Artist Rico Renzi & Letterer Travis Lanham.  Dorreen and Nancy go on vacation to the Negative Zone.  And the city is left in the protection of Chipmunk Hunk, Koi Boy and Brain Drain.

Bitch Planet Triple Feature: "Windows" Cheryl Lynn Eaton and Maria Frohlich.  "Without and Within" Andrew Aydin and Joanna Estep.  "The Invisible Woman" Conley Lyons and Craig Yeung, with colors by Marco D'Alfonso.  Three Bitch Planet penitentiary adjacent stories.
Copperhead #14: Writer Jay Faerber, Arist Drew Moss, Colorist Ron Riley & Letterer Thomas Mauer.   Sheriff Bronson vs. the Killer Worm Assassin!

The Damned #2: Written by Cullen Bunn, Illustrated by Brian Hurtt, Colored by Bill Crabtree & Lettered by Crank!  Big Al provides Eddie with a lesson while other interested parties gather around Pauly Bones and his mystery score.

Jem and the Holograms #26: Written by Kelly Thompson, Art by Gisele Lagace, Colors by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee.  Final issue (though I guess there are some mini-series and the like planned)


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Giant Days #27: Writen by John Allison, Pencils by Max Sarin, Inks by Liz Fleming, Colors by Whitney Cogar & Letters by Jim Campbell.  Esther gets politically educated and protests a grocery chain.  A cute boy may be involved as well.

The Flintstones #12: Writer Mark Russell, Artist Steve Pugh, Colorist Chris Chuckry & Letterer Dave Sharpe.  Ah, last issue?  Going out with bowling and musing on the purpose of religion and the basis of scientific discovery.

Jem: the Misfits #5Written by Kelly Thompson, Art by Jen St-Onge, Colrs by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee.  Ending the mini-series with the secret origin for Jetta.

Paper Girls #15: Writer Brian K. Vaughan, Artist Cliff Chiang, Colors Matt Wilson, Letters + Design Jared K. Fletcher & Color flats Dee Cunniffe.  Pre-history and rescuing a baby and fighting jerk-ass cave men and then back to time jumping.  Next stop, 2000 AD?

lurkerwithout: (eastman)
Easily clears the low bar of being the best of the DC-Cinematic universe films.  And beyond that is a good film all on its own.  Gal Gadot shows a good deal more range and talent than I had been expecting.  The Paradise Island sequences are excellent, as are the Diana & Steve Go On a Quest.  Plus Pine & Gadot have some excellent chemistry, that makes the somewhat rushed romance feel believable.  Some of the mythological back-story is a bit of a mess, including the climatic Final Battle.  But a solid, entertaining and enjoyable movie.  If nothing else, gives some hope that the upcoming Justice League and Aquaman will also be worth seeing.
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Grrl Scouts: Magic Socks #1: Created, Written & Drawn by Jim Mahfood, Colored & Lettered by Justin Stewart & Designed by Carmen Acosta.  So I guess there was a volume 2 back in 2004 that I missed or forgot about?
The Wicked & the Divine: 455 AD: Writer Kieron Gillen, Artist Andre Aruajo, Colourist Matthew Wilson, Letterer Clayton Cowles & Flatter Dee Cunniffe.  One-shot of the final days of the 5th Century Pantheon.
Invincible #136: Writer Robert Kirkman, Penciler & Inker Ryan Ottley, Colorist Nathan FairbairnLetterer Rus Wooton.  I've got a feeling Thragg's poor parenting choices are going to be part of his downfall.

the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #20: Writer Ryan North, Artist Erica Henderson, Color artist Rico Renzi & Letterer Travis Lanham.  Its a bear dressed as Dr. Doom!  Bear Von Doom!

Knights of the Dinner Table #243: EiC Jolly R. Blackburn, Development team Steve Johansson, David S. Kenzer, Brian Jelke & Barbara Blackburn.  Gary Jackson running a HackMaster session for Gordo, Crush, Patty, B.A. & Brian.

Astro City #44: Writer Kurt Busiek, Penciller Rick Leonardi, Inker Andre Parks, Lettering & design John Roshell & Jimmy Betancourt of Comicraft & Color art Peter Pantazis.  Kittyhawk the Cat with guest Rocket Dog the Dog.

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Copperhead #13: Writer Jay Faerber, Artist Drew Moss, Colorist Ron Rily & Letterer Thomas Mauer.  More investigating into the death of the mayor.  Also Sheriff Bronson's escaped convict ex-husband looks for alternate transportation.

Future Quest #12: Story Jeff Parker, Art Evan "Doc" Shaner, Colors Veronica Gandini & Letters ALW's Dave Lanphear.  Strong ending for a meandering story.  Sadly I think this book worked more in theory than actual execution.
Bug! The Adventures of Forager #1: Storytellers Lee & Michael Allred, Colorist Laura Allred & Letterer Nate Piekos of Blambot.  New 4th World/Kirby inspired Young Animal-line book.  Very Madman feel to it.  I'm looking forward to seeing where this all goes.

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Empowered and the Soldier of Love #3: Story by Adam Warren & Art by Karla Diaz.  Diaz is a delight, she can draw both a magical girl familiar pangolian AND a magic girl weapon love/assualt rifle.  Also A++ for Emp's verbal (congruent with physical) smackdown of the Soldier of Love.

the Damned: Ill-Gotten #1: Written by Cullen Bunn, Illustrated by Brian Hurt, Colored by Bill Crabtree & Lettered by Crank!  I do appreciate that this new entry into the series spells out that the demons are magically disguised as humans in the sight of the non-damned mortals.

Giant Days #26: Written by John Allison, Pencils by Max Sarin, Inks by Liz Fleming, Colors by Whitney Cogar & Letters by Jim Campbell.  Poor Dean.  Poor love-sabotaged, heart-broken Dean.  No waits, we hates Dean.  His tears are like sweet wine for our soul.

Paper Girls #14: Writer Brian K. Vaughan, Artist Cliff Chiang, Colors Matt Wilson, Letters & Design Jared K. Fletcher & Color flats Dee Cunniffe.  Oooh.  A glyptodon.  Such a cute giant armadillo beast.

The Flintstones #11Writer Mark Russell, Artist Steve Pugh, Colorist Chris ChuckryLetterer Dave Sharpe.  Not surprising given the Spring Breakers we met originally, but the Great Gazoo's people are a giant pack of assholes.  Still some quick thinking by Earth's resident park ranger means our species isn't doomed.

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Jem: the Misfits #4: Written by Kelly Thompson, Art by Jenn St-Onge, Colors by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee.  Y Kant ToriRoxie Read?

Lumberjanes #37: Written by Shannon Wtters & Kat Leyh, Illustrated by Ayme Sotuyo, Colors by Maarta Laiho & Letters by Aubrey Aiese  Parents' Day!

Lobster Johnson: the Pirate's Ghost #2: Story by Mike Mignola & John Arcudi, Art by Tonci Zonjic & Letters by Clem Robins.

Savage Dragon #223: Written/Artist Erik Larsen, Letters Chris Eliopoulos, Colors Nikos Kovtsis & Flats Mike Toris.  I'm kind of tired of the whole Maxine's hyper-sexuality bit at this point.
Bitch Planet #10: Script Kelly Sue DeConnick, Art/covers Valentine De Landro, Colors Kelly Fitzpatrick & Letters Clayton Cowles.  Non-compliance revolutions.

Doom Patrol #6: Writer Gerard Way, Penciller/Cover Nick Derington, Inker Tom Fowler, Colorist Tamra Bonvillain & Letterer Todd Klein.  And so endeth Book the One with a reunion with Jane.

lurkerwithout: (comics)
Mirror #6 & #7: by Emma Rios & Hwei Lim. So I thought this was an all separate new story, but its a prequel to the first arc. But lots of far-future world-building.
Monstress #11:Written by Marjorie Liu, Illustrated by Sana Takeda & Lettered by Rus Wooton. Maika has a chat on the past with a chained Fox lord.
Invincible #135: Writer Robert Kirkman, Penciler & inker Ryan Ottley, Colorist Nathan Fairbairn & Letterer Rus Wooton. Mark, Allen and their allies manuever for the final battle against Thragg and his army of offspring.

Astro City #43: Writer Kurt Busiek, Artist Brent E. Anderson, Lettering & design John Roshell & ALbert Deschesne of Comicraft & Color art Peter Pantazis. The return of purple meta guy, confirmation that Mr. Cakewalk is an earlier version of the Bouncing Beatnik and the origin of the Gentleman.

Dark Horse Presents #33: E-i-C Mike Richardson. "TooMuchCoffeeMan", "Trekker", "Finder" and a story told entirely in Gorillas On the Cover pages.
lurkerwithout: (comics)
So missed a week due to being unable to actually find the comics shop's new location the first time. But made sure to bring the written down address the next time. So big pull of comics.

Paper Girls #13: Writer Brian K. Vaughn, Artist Cliff Chiang, Colors Matt Wilson, Letters + Design Jared K. Fletcher & Color flats Dee Cunniffe. Still more variations of time travel shenanigans.
Mighty Man #1: Story Erik Larsen, Art and colors Nikos Koutsis & Letters Ferran Delgado. Did not know anything about a new Dragon tie-in until seeing it at the store. Though it seems like another attempt at a Freak Force book, with new Mighty Man IV, Rapture II and Dart III to go with Super-Patriot, Barbaric, Horridus & Richochet.

ROM #8: Plot & script by Christos Gage & Chris Ryall, Pencils & inks by Paolo Villanelli, Colors by ALessandra Alexakis & Letters by Shawn Lee. G.I.Joe's Beachhead is still a doofus. Oh and Space Knight Orphion still just wants to cleanse the Earth and Space Knight Livia is torn between loyalty to her old boyfriend ROM and her Cleanse-the-Earth boss.
Jem and the Holograms #24 & #25: Written by Kelly Thompson, Art by Gisele Lagace, Colors by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee. So the whole new drummer Raya vs. old drummer returning Shana is solved by just having Shana switch to playing bass in the band. So no drama there. Is drama from Jerrica letting her boyfriend know about Jem sorta being fake and about Synergy. Plus the reality crew trailing around for a scoop on Stormer (because the Misfits are doing a reality show in their mini-series). Oh and drama from the Stingers who are vacationing right next to the Holograms in Hawai'i. Such drama!

the Flintstones #10: Writer Mark Russell, Artist Steve Pugh, Colorist Chris Chuckry & Letterer Dave Sharpe. Vacuum Cleaner NOOOOOO! Truly he was the best of us.
Future Quest #11: Story Jeff Parker, Art Evan "Doc" Shaner, Colors Veronica Gandini & Letters ALW Studios' Dave Lanphear. Everyone teams-up to fight Omnikron. Space-Ghost & crew, the Herculoids, the Quests, Mightor, Frankenstein Jr, Birdman, the Impossibles, Deva, evil Dr. Zin. Everybody. FINALLY.

Lobster Johnson & the Pirate's Ghost #1: Story by Mike Mignola & John Arcudi, Art by Tonci Zonjic & Letters by Clem Robins. Man, I hadn't realized the ol' Lobster still hadn't finished off Boss Wald or his Henchman In White.

Giant Days #25: Created & written by John Allison, Pencils by Max Sarin, Inks by Liz Fleming, Colors by Whitney Cogar & Letters by Jim Campbell. Christmas with Susan's demi-seperated parents and her many, many older sisters.
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Empowered and the Soldier of Love #2: Story by Adam Warren & Art by Karla Diaz.  Hmmm.  I think one of Emp's team-mates might be accidentally responsible for the Luv/Lust Epidemic.

Jem & the Holograms: the Misfits #3: Written by Kelly Thompson & Sophie Campbell, Art by Jenn St-Onge, Colors by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee.  Blaze reaches a decision about her artistic future and has to tell Pizaz about it.

Doom Patrol #5: Writer Gerard Way, Artist Nick Derington, Colorist Tamra Bonvillain & Letterer Todd Klein.  Danny and Casey do some short time travelling after recruiting some help in order to save Danny and Danny's People.

Lumberjanes #36: Written by Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh, Illustrated by Carolyn Nowak, Colors by Maarta Laiho & Letters by Aubrey Aiese.  And the roller derby match concludes with FRIENDSHIP.  Also dangerous skating on a track full of deadly obstacles.

Shutter #28: Writer Joe Keatinge, Artist Leila Del Duca, Colorist Owen Gieni & Letterer John Workman.  A look back at life with Alarm Cat.
Savage Dragon #222: Writer/Artist/Creator Erik Larsen, Letters Chris Eliopoulos, Colors Nikos Kovtsis & Flats Mike Toris.  Malcolm gets another half-sibling and Jennifer meets with Dragon for the first time since her wedding disappearance.
lurkerwithout: (Reading cat)
Skipped a couple weeks while feeling sick, but back for March.

The Flintsones #9: Writer Mark Russell, Artist Steve Pugh, Colorist Chris Chuckry & Letterer Dave Sharpe.  Mr. Slate tries out a new religion and the appliances go to rescue one of their own.

Rat Queens #1: Writer Kurtis J. Wiebe, Artist Owen Gieni & Letterer Ryan Ferrier.  The Queens are back with a new artist.  And a relaunch that jumps forward from the last story-arc, just skipping the unfinished bits.
Paper Girls #12: Writer Brian K. Vaughn, Artist Cliff Chiang, Colors Matt Wilson, Letters & design Jared K. Fletcher & Color flats Dee Cunniffe.  Erin & Tiff find a way to communicate with Stone-Age Girl, while Mac & KJ recover after being washed down river.  Plus Time Travel Lady encounters other locals.
Savage Dragon #221: Creator Erik Larsen, Letters Chris Eliopoulos, Colors Nikos Kovtsis & Flats Mike Toris.  Angel is reunited with her mom and the pair look for an escape from Glumworld.  Plus Classic Dragon does some baby-sitting of his grand-kids.  Plus meets up with Alex again.

Giant Days #24: Written by John Allison, Pencils by Max Sarin, Inks by Liz Fleming, Colors by Whitney Cogar & Letters by Jim Campbell.  Susan continues to be sick and refuse to seek medical help.  So the other girls are forced to call in parental back-up.  Specically Susan's dad Big Geoff.

Knights of the Dinner Table #240: EiC Jolly R. Blackburn with support from Steve Johansson, David S. Kenzer, Brian Jelke + Barbara Blackburn.  Cody Winkle's take down of the Black Hands enters its end phase.  And the Hard 8 crew are put thru their paces play testing the next edition of Cattlepunk.  And Pete tries to tempt Sara into recovering a certain cursed die to take to the grudge match between the Hard 8-ers and the Knights.
lurkerwithout: (Reading cat)
the Flintstones #8: Writer Mark Russell, Artist Steve Pugh, Colorist Chris Chuckry & Letterer Dave Sharpe:  This time around Stony Danza, the basis of consumerism and female vs. male valuations.

Invincible #132: Writer Robert Kirkman, Penciler & Inker Cory Walker, Colorist Nathan Fairbairn & Letterer Rus Wooton: Thragg's attack on Mark and his family sets up the final arc of the series.
Paper Girls #11: Writer Brian K. Vaughan, Artrist Cliff Chiang, Colors Matt Wilson, Letters + Design Jared K. Fletcher & Color flats Dee Cunniffe.   The girls meet one of their new neighbors.  Also another time traveler.
Arclight #4: Art & colors Marian Churchland, Story Brandon Graham & Letters Ariana Maher.  I can never really adequetly describe a Graham story.  At least not his fantasy/scifi stuff.  There are corpse drones and blood magics and knights and stuff.

The Misfits #2: Written by Kelly Thompson, Art by Jenn St-Onge, Colors by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee.  I somehow missed the fist issue of this spin-off mini.  Which has the Misfits attempting to move past losing their recording contract by agreeing to do a reality show.  This issue has Stormer deciding if she can go along with it, especially since the producers all want to push her into "storylines" about her dating the enemy or her weight.

Giant Days #23: Created & Written by John Allison, Pencils by Max Sarin, Inks by Liz Fleming, Colors by Whitney Cogar & Letters by Jim Campbell:  Esther, Susan and Daisy throw a dinner party.
lurkerwithout: (Reading cat)
Lumberjanes #34: Written by Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh, Illustrated by Carolyn Nowak, Colors by Maarta Laiho & Letters by Aubrey Aiese.  The 'Janes help the Yeti ex-guards get their pad back from SasSquatters.

Future Quest #9: Story Jeff Parker, Art Ron Randall, Colors Veronica Gandini & Letters ALW Studios' Dave Lanphear.  Everybody teams up to fight cosmic monsters.  And Race gets drafted into the Space Force.
Doom Patrol #4: Writer Gerard Way, Artist Nick Derington, Colorist Tamra Bonvillain & Letterer Todd Klein: Sam has a talk with his son.  Cliff & Larry visit the Negative Space.  And Casey & Fugg meet Ricardo and then abscond with Danny.

Jem & the Holograms #23: Written by Kelly Thompson, Art by Meredith McClaren, Colors by M. Victoria Robado & Letters by Shawn Lee: After Fox leaves them in the lurch, Raya of the Stingers steps up to help the Holograms.  Then fireworks.  Too much fireworks.  And Jem breaks up with Riot.

Shutter #26: Writer Joe Keatinge, Artist Leila Del Duca, Colorist Owen Gieni & Letterer John Workman.  Kate confronts Cassius and tries to convince him to go along with her plan of universal restart, but he just wants to pull pack the curtain on it all.
Saga #42: Art by Fiona Staples, Written by Brian K. Vaughn & Lettering by Fonografiks.  The comet world of Phang becomes a war casulty.
Island #14: Farel Dalrymple "Pop Gun War: Chain Letter", Jess Polard "Liquid Shell", Remy Boydell & Michelle Perez "the Pervert", Troy Nixey "the Crime of Iron", Ana Galvan "Hotline to Death" & M.L. MacDonald "the Hunt"; edited by Brandon Graham & Emma Rios.

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