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CBR GIVES ‘MG: LEGENDS OF THE GUARD’ #1 4 1/2 STARS

The fact that Petersen could step aside and allow other creators to come in and work in Petersen’s world of mice is a true testament to how beloved this property is.

IGN REVIEWS ‘THE KILLER: MODUS VIVENDI’ #2

The American translation of the original French series was arguably the finest book Archaia has put out. So far, The Killer: Modus Vivendi is showing no difficulty in living up to its predecessor.

THE ONION REVIEWS ‘GUNNERKRIGG COURT’ AND ‘TUMOR’

The much more streamlined self-contained Archaia book Tumor wastes little time in getting to the point: Its protagonist, noir-inflected P.I. Frank Armstrong, is dying of a brain tumor.

FRAGGLE ROCK #1 SELLS OUT AT DISTRIBUTOR LEVEL

“We’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response to Fraggle Rock, and I’m so excited that the first book of the Archaia/Jim Henson Company partnership has flown off the shelves so quickly!”

BROKEN FRONTIER REVIEWS THE KILLER: MODUS VIVENDI #1

Finally, an answer to the question, “What would happen if James Bond was a bad guy?” The Killer: Modus Vivendi is the latest in a series of books that follows the exploits of a hitman…

“A REVIEW A DAY” PICKS UP THE SECRET HISTORY OMNIBUS ON CBR

I reviewed every issue of this as they came out, but it took quite a while, so let’s check out the giant-sized collection of the first seven issues! This is in honor of the new issue, which came out today!

THE KILLER: MODUS VIVENDI #1 REVIEWED ON IGN

Somewhere some psychology major is going to have a field day with this, but I love a good villain. Actually, scratch that. I love all villains. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved the bad guys…

OKKO: CYCLE OF AIR #1 GETS GREAT REVIEW ON OMNICOMIC

First off, I’m a big samurai fan. Huge. I love all the Zatoichi films, as a samurai is awesome in his own right but a blind samurai is even awesomer. Okko is the traveling samurai…

COMIC BOOK RESOURSES REVIEWS FRAGGLE ROCK/MOUSE GUARD

If anything, reading the “Fraggle Rock” half of Archaia’s Free Comic Book Day offering makes me want to go back and rent the DVDs so that I can see some more of this show.

MULTIVERSITY REVIEWS FCBD MOUSE GUARD/FRAGGLE ROCK

I never had so much fun as when I watched Fraggle Rock as a kid. This book truly brought back my memories of the show and I couldn’t help but smile throughout.