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The Father of all hard back graphic novels.

Advantages: Brilliant story. Brilliant artwork. Must for daredevil fans or fans of great comics.
Disadvantages: None for me. Not for young children.

Daredevil Father Daredevil ‘Father’ is one of my favourite collections within my Daredevil collection. I purchased this particular copy for twenty pounds from a comic shop. You may think that that is a lot of money but I have the hard back edit ...

jojoborne 07.06.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Daredevil: Father - Joe Quesada

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A Marvellous Gathering

Advantages: Main story thread, details within the artwork, some writing
Disadvantages: Overdid it on the moral episodes

A Mutant intro I had always wondered what would happen if, in Marvel's world full of comic book mutants, the proverbial hit the fan and everyone had to clump together. For years, the running theme in the X-Men comics has been of mankind's refusal t ...

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Review of Xmen Nation X Hc - Marvel Comics

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Exiles:Volume 2 A World Apart

Advantages: Even Better, X-men, world battles, what if
Disadvantages: addiction to series

I feel I should warn you, I have written a little about the series first in order to introduce each book so you can read them independently it feels like cheating but I promise its well intended! The Exiles are an offshoot of the original Age of Apocal ...

Wrinkly_Toes_in_Bath 26.03.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Exiles: A World Apart - Judd Winick

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When you make a deal with the Devil, expect to get burned

Advantages: Good artwork, Interesting dilemma
Disadvantages: Weak final part, Too many plot holes and uncharacteristic choices

Every so often in comics, you will get a story that has been clearly editorially mandated, so much so that you see behind the curtain somewhat and realise the story is merely a means to get to the new status quo, instead of an attempt to tell a real story ...

SpiderJamb 13.06.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Spider-Man: One More Day - J.Michael Straczynski

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The Most Epic Fairy Tale Ever Written

Advantages: Imaginative, striking, and unbelievably good
Disadvantages: Enjoyable to the point of addiction

...Ever since the end of Sandman, there was never any comic book that could satisfy my appetite for the epic, multi-layered and complex plots I had grown to love in Gaiman's work. That is, until Fables came along. The premise is simple, yet effective: the ...

dr_nightshade 22.11.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Fables - Bill Willingham

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