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Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 71: 100 Bullets #65

Every day this year, I will be examining the first pages of random comics. Today’s page is from 100 Bullets #65, which was published by DC/Vertigo and is cover dated December 2005. Enjoy!
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Trade paperbacks, older editions, and miscellaneous for January 2012

As I’m getting more and more things in trade these days and many of those don’t come out very quickly, I often miss titles that everyone is raving about for my year-end lists (see: Daredevil). So I’ve decided to do a post every month about the various trade paperbacks I got in the month. I’ve also included editions of things that may be from an earlier year but which I didn’t get until now or which have been re-released, and some other stuff, too. I’m still going to review new graphic novels individually, but this is for anything that doesn’t fall into that category. Sound good? Great. Let’s check some stuff out!
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Review time! with Noche Roja

I’ve been slacking off on reviewing graphic novels, but now that I’m taking a break from the weekly stuff, I hope to catch up! So let’s check out yet another Vertigo Crime novel, shall we?
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Comics You Should Own – Namor, the Sub-Mariner #1-25

Handily enough, Marvel has just released the first part of this in trade, so it’s easy to pick up! How about that?
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A review a day: The Executor

Here’s a new one of them there Vertigo crime novels that has an interesting hook and then goes lots of nifty ways with it. That’s always cool to see!
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Comics You Should Own flashback – Aztek, The Ultimate Man

Another blast from the past! Fine, quality, comics entertainment! Who doesn’t love that?
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