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Preview: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #46

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #46 preview. Lunella Lafayette may be the smartest person on the planet, but she’s still got to finish the third grade! #comics #comicbooks

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Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #46

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Brandon Montclare (A) Alitha Martinez (CA) Rahzzah
Rated T
In Shops: Aug 28, 2019
SRP: $3.99

SCHOOL DAZE!

Lunella Lafayette may be the smartest person on the planet, but she’s still got to finish the third grade! Just what trouble does Devil Dinosaur get into while Moon Girl is stuck in class?

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I’ve read “Final Decision” Meteora by Bubble comics and it’s quite cool – it a part of Meteora comics connected with the Time of the Raven – all that awful stuff was so powerful that even had an effect on ships and stations in deep space. So, Space Council (or however it’s called here) without thinking twice decided just to destroy the Earth. So Meteora breaks off her last deal (even though she needed it badly to get clear of debts) and rushes to Earth to rescue it. (spoilers!) Of course, she does it but then she decides to go home and visit her mother, Push and Ziggy hold her back from that because it’s too risky. So, they argue and Ora stays offended. There is also the last seventeenth issue – all dangers are behind and our space smugglers try to get some money, but accidentally with the goods, they get a run-away convict – a human one. Meteora thinks that it’s a good chance for her to communicate with a human being, and then the man tells her that he was her father’s “student” and that her father betrayed him so, the convict is going to revenge her. Push saves Ora and they send the man back to the prison planet, but Meteora now has some hesitations about her father. And at the end, it’s said that the continuation is in “Time of the Raven: Epilogue”. And you remember what else is in that issue? Yes, characters from “Exlibrium”. Now I’m going to read it.  

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I thought I’d draw out a little comic for hawke’s death in dragon age Inquisition. In the case of his romance with fenris. It just kinda hit hard.

I drew it a long time ago. It’s just a little doodle. With my drawing tablet broken and no money for a new one. I figured I’d dig up some old digital stuff and finally post it.

Hope you enjoy~

Okay wait…….. could the Marvel universe exist as a fictional universe in DC and vise versa? Like, we have movies and comics about these heroes in our world and they do too, just not of themselves. I haven’t gotten into comics yet so this is from someone who’s only seen out of place bits and pieces and a bunch of animated properties.

References to each other could be seen as references to the real world superheroes of that universe, like it’s a joke that there’s a whole “fictional universe” with totally different heroes. Deadpool mentions Batman and no one knows who he is? He’s breaking the fourth wall, everyone knows Batman exists. Gotham, Metropolis, Star/Central City, etc. don’t exist in Marvel comics? It shows it’s another universe. There’s an obvious parody of a hero? Reference to the real thing. We don’t hear heroes talking about these franchises? It’s probably not relavent to the story. Also, idea, superhero movies and comics are a kind of satire/political statement about heroes in that universe, instead of the obvious entertainment they are for us (we also use comics for political statements and satire, but we don’t have actual heroes, so the idea of superhero media would be different if they existed).

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বইয়ের নাম : নন্টে ফন্টে সমগ্র

লেখক : নারায়ণ দেবনাথ

প্রকাশক : পত্রভারতী, কলকাতা

প্রচ্ছদ : দেবাশিস সাহা

প্রকাশকাল : জানুয়ারি ২০১২

ধরন : কমিক্স

পৃষ্ঠা সংখ্যা : ৫৫২

মুদ্রিত মূল্য : ৫৫০ রুপি

ব্যাক্তিগত রেটিং : ১০/১০

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Preview: Marvel Team-Up #5

Marvel Team-Up #5 preview. Captain Marvel and Kamala are up to their knees in Kree nonsense. Who is the mysterious Wastrel, and why is he stockpiling enough Kree tech to build a doomsday device? #comics #comicbooks

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Marvel Team-Up #5

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Clint McElroy (A) Ig Guara (CA) Anna Rud
Rated T+
In Shops: Aug 28, 2019
SRP: $3.99

• Before Carol, there was Mar-Vell. And now he’s back…or is he?
• Captain Marvel and Kamala are up to their knees in Kree nonsense. Who is the mysterious Wastrel, and why is he stockpiling enough Kree tech to build a doomsday device?
• And more importantly…how do the Kree feel about what he’s…

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Book Review Catch up Part 10

106. A Wild Justice by Gail Ranstrom - Lady Annica Sayless surprises everyone by agreeing to marry Lord Auberville. Her motive is to use her new power to avenge wronged women but as she grows closer to her new husband she finds herself doing the unthinkable, falling in love with her husband. 18/20.

107. Destiny by Helen Kirkman - Saxon woman Lady Elene finds temporary refuge with exiled viking Berg and soon their love begins to bloom. But when a dangerous enemy from Berg’s past comes for him Berg must risk it all to save the woman that he loves. 16/20

108. Tess of the D'urbervilles by Thomas Hardy - When Jack Durbeyfield discovers that he is descended from a noble family he sends his daughter Tess away to the D'Urbervilles in order to establish their noble birthright. Soon Tess finds herself in a strange and dangerous new world and tied to two very different men who will change her forever. 14/20.

109. Son of the Shadows by Juliet Marillier - The second book in the Sevenwaters novels follows Liadan, daughter of Sorcha whose unique gifts hold the key to the future of Ulster. 13/20.

110. The Bloodprint by Ausma Zehanat Khan - The first book in the Khorasan Archives follows a group of rebels known as the Companions of Hira who want to use their magic to try and destroy the One - Eyed Preacher and his followers, the Bloodprint. 15/20.

111. The Ruin of Kings by Jen Lyons - The first book in the Chorus of Dragons follows Khirin, a bard’s apprentice who becomes marked by a demon. This event attracts royalty who claim that he is their lost prince. Desperate to escape his new life Khirin learns that he is at the centre of an ancient prophecy and learns that saving the empire may not be what he is destined to do. 14.5/20.

112. Cold Iron by Miles Cameron - The first book in the Master and Mages trilogy/series follows Aranthur, a student whose life is changed forever after a fateful visit to an inn. Soon he finds himself at the centre of a web of intrigue which pushes him into ever increasing levels of danger. 14/20.

113. Blossoms and Shadows by Lian Hearn - When Tsuru marries the man her parents choose for she expects that her life will be that of a typical Japanese wife. However her life is soon forever changed by the new beliefs of the 1850s and 60s and she soon finds herself choosing a path that she had never believed possible. 16/20.

114. Turf Wars part 3 by Michael Dante DiMartino - The third and final installment of the Turf Wars comic finds Korra, Bolin and Mako on a rescue mission to save Asami and to ensure that her kidnapper, Tokuga, now half spirit from does not install himself as Republic Cities new leader and dictator. 17.5/20.

115. Ruins of Empire part 1 by Michael Dante DiMartino - This latest installment of avatar comics finds Kuvira on trial for her crimes. But when the final remnants of her once great army refuse to surrender and disband Korra, her friends and King Wu must find a way to prevent these rebels from destroying the peace they have worked so hardly to create. 18.5/20.