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Silly. A disgrace to the name 'Buffy'

Advantages: Not much. Great artwork, and Some small hints of 'Buffy' in the dialogue
Disadvantages: Ridiculous storylines that don't belong in the Buffy universe

...two minds over this, when I read it, I enjoy it, but afterwards it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. The very first page in the very first comic we are introduced to Buffy and a few potential (now slayers) slayers. Sure, thats all well and good, ex ...

Andrews1990 08.06.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Buffy Season 8 Comics - Andi Watson

Buffy's Back!!

Advantages: Finally get to see what happens after the end of the tv show
Disadvantages: It's hard waiting a month at a time for the next instalment

Buffy Season 8 comics take up where Buffy the Vampire Slayer tv series leaves off. With Sunnydale being destroyed, the big bad defeated and there now being thousands of Slayers activated instead of only two (Buffy and Faith), the world is surely going to ...

mycatis 07.04.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Buffy Season 8 Comics - Andi Watson

Excellent start for a unique hero

Advantages: An excellent introduction to the Hellboy character and stories
Disadvantages: The paranormal won't be for everybody.

Hellboy: Seed of Destruction collects the first min-series, as well as two bonus stories that were initially promos at Comic-Cons. In 1944, a team of commandos led by WWII hero The Torch of Liberty, and three paranormal investigators are sent to a ficti ...

ColinDalaska 13.10.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Hellboy: Seed of Destruction - Mike Mignola, John Byrne

Tears of A Remorseful Hitman

Advantages: Puts the novel into graphic novel, extraordinary storytelling and gallery quality art
Disadvantages: graphic depictions of of extreme violence and sexual situations make this unsuitable for under 18'

Yo Hinomura has a problem. Well, it is more like a complication of the problem that plagues his daily life as it is. You see, he was sent to assassinate this guy, and he managed to complete the task, but an unexpected hitch came up. The target managed to ...

Shroud 12.05.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Crying Freeman - Kazuo Koike

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