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Wait, So What Exactly IS Your Rating System?

Eh. Better late than never.

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IDW Enlists Flynn to Control Sonic’s Chaos – Drawn Conclusions

IDW’s Sonic comics welcome back an old friend.

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Captain America’s Road Trip is a GREAT Idea – Drawn Conclusions

Mark Waid is taking Captain America cross country, and I honestly couldn’t be more thrilled by that thought.

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Drawn Conclusions – Wonder Woman (Rebirth) vol. 1

So. Let’s talk about my favorite solo DC character, shall we?

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Drawn Conclusions – Action Comics (Rebirth) vol. 1

You know, it’s becoming increasingly apparent to me, as I read Rebirth titles, that the New 52 was at least 95% secretly written as fan fiction…

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Drawn Conclusions – Detective Comics (Rebirth) vol. 1

(One would think that a book this keen on wide shots would have one that features all the characters on the same level, for banners and whatnot, but whatever)

It’s about time we got some superheroes on this site. And why not begin with the man who started my obsession with the genre; the Dark Knight Detective, himself, Batman.

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Drawn Conclusions – Blade Bunny: A New Hop

Oh. Good. The subtitle’s a pun. Y’know, it’d be funnier if the book had even the slightest parallel to A New Hope at all. But nope. Just a pun. Well, let’s see if the rest of the books is any funnier, shall we?

*1 hour, and 120+ pages later*

…Well, crap, it is. And now I look like a jerk. Um… Blade Bunny, everyone!

“The Hare: a ninja assassin whispered about with fear in the darkest corners. A killer known for ruthlessness and cunning… is not in this book. Meet Bunny – a pretty ninja girl who likes rainbows, dancing, and eviscerating bad people when they blink. Hmm… maybe this book is about The Hare, after all.”

Written by Eric Kimball
Art by Erwin Prasetya
First published in 2016 by Antarctic Press

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