Top 10 Films to Catch at SXSW

The SXSW Film Festival remains one of the most underrated film festivals in the US, with a wide number of interesting and intriguing films to choose from each year. We've decided to help you figure out...
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Uncanny X-Force #11

The problem with doing superheroics as well as Rick Remender has with Uncanny X-Force is that when you offer up an issue that's merely "good" it feels like a huge step backwards. Such is the case with...
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Kirby Genesis #0

"Who will come knocking? The trader -- or the tiger?"That's the central question of Kirby Genesis, one poised by Jack Kirby himself back when he was asked to make a design for the Pioneer 10 space probe by...
3.5

Deadpool MAX #8

Marvel's MAX line has been about as hip-hop as comics gets since its inception, with obvious riffs on the genre's iconography in founding titles like Cage and Foolkiller and a general interest in taking...
3.5

T.H.U.N.D.E.R Agents #7

Remember when David Lapham would start issues of Young Liars off by suggesting a soundtrack? I've always wondered why more writers don't do that kind of thing, especially since comics don't need to deal...
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The Pound #2

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Pound #2 is out now on IDW's digital comics app.A great premise can go a long way. For The Pound, the idea of a paranormal pest control agency is strong enough to cover up some of the...
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Morning Glories #9

The difficulty in reviewing single issues of something like Morning Glories is the fact that this juggling act is nowhere near complete. In issue nine, Nick Spencer continues to toss more balls in the air,...
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Deadpool MAX #7

Throughout their Deadpool MAX run, David Lapham and Kyle Baker have maintained a near-perfect balance of kinetic sadism and darkly funny comic introspection. On first read, issue seven looks as though it's...