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    ‘Midnighter’ #3 has breathtaking visuals and excellent characterization

    Midnighter #2 has attention grabbing layouts and fight choreography from Aco, bold colors from Romulo Fajardo, and witty one-liners that leave both James Bond and John McClane in the dust from Steve Orlando. However, it’s the quiet moments between the mayhem that make Midnighter such a relatable character and set it apart from other superhero and action comics. More

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    ‘Midnighter’ #1 is a Cool, Sexy Spy Escapade

    Sorry James Bond, Jason Bourne, and even DC Comics’ poster boy Batman, Midnighter makes those chumps look like Muppet Babies. Midnighter #1 acts as an effective and thrilling introduction to Midnighter’s personal and professional life displaying both his unique abilities and how he hits on attractive men. Yes, Midnighter is one of the few high profile LGBTQ characters created by the Big Two, and he is the first gay superhero to get a solo series published by DC Comics. Writer Steve Orlando crafts a character, who is a total badass (and will tell you about it while punching you in various organs), but is vulnerable when it comes to matters of the heart because he is newly single after breaking up with his long term boyfriend. More

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    ‘Angela’ #1 has a complex, violent heroine

    Angela: Asgard’s Assassin #1 Written by Kieron Gillen and Marguerite Bennett Pencilled by Phil Jimenez; Art by Stephanie Hans Inked by Tom Palmer Colors by Romulo Fajardo Published by Marvel Comics Originally created by Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane for Spawn, Angela made her first appearance in the Marvel Universe at the end of the Age of Ultron event after a long legal battle. Since then, […] More