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review 2018-03-23 19:51
Archie Vs. Predator
Archie vs Predator - Fernando Ruiz,Alex de Campi

Before I read this comic, I wondered if it was possible to mix something wholesome like the Archie comics with the not so wholesome Predator series. After I finished reading, the answer was that it was possible to combine those two things.


What made this crossover work was that it wasn't taken seriously. Even with all the killing going on, there was time for some characters to make some funny jokes or comments. Between the four chapters, there was some funny artwork with the Predator and the Riverdale gang. My favorite artwork was the one with the Predator drinking milkshakes.


The story is simple and straightforward. The characters are simple as well. I didn't see these things as a negative because there are times where anyone wants their mind to take a break from reading challenging works. I just got out from school for spring break and this kind of popcorn read is what I needed.


Anyone looking for something to make them think about complicated and complex matters and issues should try reading a different book. But for anyone who is in a mood for some light reading and enjoys mindless entertainment should try checking this out.



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text 2018-03-23 05:27
Reading progress update: I've read 33 out of 144 pages.
Archie vs Predator - Fernando Ruiz,Alex de Campi

I can't believe this comic exists. When I first saw the cover pages, I thought it was fanart. Then to my surprise, it is real. "I have to read this comic." I thought.


I finally have the chance to read it. I just started the comic, and I'm enjoying it so far even though it was only the first part.



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review 2018-03-22 15:20
Liked this the least
Takio #1 released by Icon Comics on May 1, 2012. - DC MARVEL MALIBU IMAGE DARK HORSE

In fact, I hated it.   Of all the Bendis free books, I found this one to have the most grating characters.  I flat out hated them, and wish there were a way to delete this from my Comixology account...

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review 2018-03-20 02:22
Review: Saga, Volume 3
Saga, Volume 3 - Brian K. Vaughan,Fiona Staples

So this is only the third comic series I've gotten into...no, fourth, but that's just my way of saying I've only gotten into comics over the last few years.  Comic Con probably had something to do with that.  Went for the celebrity panels, kept going back for the comics, lol!


Anyway, I. Love. This. Series. 


It's really hard for me to review. The story is fun, the art is beautiful, the characters, even the antagonists, are so likeable.  Just A+ for the whole thing.  I just have one thing to say. If anything really bad happens to Lying Cat... I will be one pissed bee! And see, I kept it classy by using harsh letters instead of cursing.

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review 2018-03-15 03:33
Review: Saga, Volume 2
Saga, Volume 2 - Brian K. Vaughan,Fiona Staples

This story keeps getting better!  No loving Marko's mom, but he father is a doll.  And of course Marko has a crazy ex who just doesn't understand, 'he's just not that into you".  And I really like Lying Cat, because, cat! 


I'm really enjoying the artwork and the way the story flashes back to the past, and the present goes between different groups.  Our protagonists are in some serious crap!  Clearly their baby is the first step to ending a years-long war, and there's always someone who doesn't want the war to end.  Can't wait to see what happens!

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