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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #77 (January 1998)

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Is Todd McFarlane a f–king doorknob?  What was the “second coming of Image”?  And does anyone understand the ending of The Long Halloween?  Find out in The Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #74 (October 1997)

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Why did Wizard want Deadpool to take things more seriously?  Which long-running Wizard feature says farewell this issue?  And will Heroes Return enable characters like the Avengers to stay in the spotlight?

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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #72 (August 1997)

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Batman gains a new look, the X-Men gain two members, and Deadpool gains a conscience, all in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #70 (June 1997)

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Rob Liefeld departs Heroes Reborn, Batman & Robin is slated to disappoint audiences nationwide, and this Kyle Rayner guy will always have Wizard’s heart, all in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #68 (April 1997)

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Erik Larsen is offending your mother in Savage Dragon, Adam Warren explains manga, the X-Men face “No Exit,” and did Denny O’Neil change comics forever?  All in the Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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Review time! with Dark Corridor, Four Eyes: Hearts of Fire, Gutter Magic, Limbo, and Mayday

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You may have caught the fact that we’re planning on moving because we’ve outgrown our house – the kids are 13 and 10, and my older one needs bigger equipment if we’re going to move her around, and our house is just too small. So we’re staying in Arizona but moving into a bigger house. April was busy already, and it didn’t get any better toward the end of the month, so I couldn’t really do a big review post with all the trades I read during the month, but several mini-series ended, so I figured I’d check those out. So here we go!
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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #65 (January 1997)

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DC is better than Marvel, (Wizard is outright telling us this.) Walt Simonson uses dinosaurs to teach us about sound effects, Todd McFarlane makes a bold proclamation, and perhaps every Easter egg in Kingdom Come is detailed, all in the Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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Flippin’ through Previews – May 2016

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Previews #332 is out, and that means it’s time to see what’s going on! You know you love it!
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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #64 (December 1996)

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How does Marvel recover from the Clone Saga?  What’s life like for Rob Liefeld, post-Image?  How did DC celebrate the tenth anniversary of Dark Knight Returns?  And which ‘90s Britpop band does Wizard absolutely despise?  Find out in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #63 (November 1996)

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Give the people what they want — Witchblade and Gen 13 spinoffs!  Plus, Rob Liefeld is leaving Image, Superman’s getting hitched, and Wizard mocks its readers during the annual Halloween costume contest.  All in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #60 (August 1996)

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Wizard celebrates another milestone, Spawn’s gonna say naughty words on HBO, early Heroes Reborn sketches horrify the staff, Dan Jurgens tries to revive Teen Titans, and Bob Harras declares that Marvel isn’t as corporate as you think.  All in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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Flippin’ through Previews – April 2016

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It’s time to check out Previews #331, if you can handle it!!!! (And by “it” I mean Travis’s annoying commentary!!!!)
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The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #59 (July 1996)

 

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How did Superman avoid the long hair on his ‘90s animated series?  Who wears more clothes — Dawn or Wonder Woman?  What if Iron Man starred in a videogame and no one remembered?  Answers and more in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!

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What I bought, read, or otherwise consumed – March 2016

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“That which is written without effort is generally read without pleasure.” (Samuel Johnson)
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