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    I haven’t been a huge fan of writer Brian Azzarello. I didn’t really enjoy his take on one of my favourite characters, John Constantine, in the pages of the dark Vertigo series, Hellblazer at the turn of the millennium. Because of that experience, I didn’t read his Eisner Award winning, hard-boiled monthly series, 100 Bullets, […]

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    A week ago, DC Comics announced the cancellation of Hellblazer. Bullshit was my first thought. There are certain instances where, in comics, because you’ve read a particular title for so long, because you’ve enjoyed the stories so much, you grow an affinity for a character as if they were, well, a friend. That’s how I […]

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    Everybody at Biff Bam Pop! is talking about Top Fives, so I guess it’s my turn. Put on your seat belts, because as the regular readers around here know already, my tastes are not normal. I liked Santa Claus and hated Dark Knight. It’s going to be a bumpy ride. Next, after the jump, my […]

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    If you’re a regular to Biff Bam Pop!, John Constantine, everyone’s favourite mystical hellblazer, needs no introduction. We’ve written about the character a number of times here, most recently with the news of the cancellation of his long-running Vertigo Comics series called, appropriately enough, John Constantine: Hellblazer. You can read that article here. I don’t […]

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    After making the game-changer move of ending all of their monthly series in August 2011 and, calling it the “New 52”, re-starting them with brand new first issues, DC Comics continues to evolve. This year, the publishing company has definitely been shining a light on the darker corners of its universe. The mature, sophisticated publishing […]

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    Ever since DC Comics implemented their “New 52” initiative wherein they rebooted all of their monthly titles as new first issues, nearly two years ago (God, “New” is not so new anymore is it?), a select group of hard-core fans have patiently been waiting for only one thing: The return of the DC Comics Fourth […]

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    Everybody at Biff Bam Pop! is talking about Top Fives this week, and I’ve already hit you with my thoughts on 2013′s film offerings. There were a lot of cool things going on in the comics world this year, so it’ll be difficult to narrow them down to five, but I’ll try, or maybe I’ll […]

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    For a myriad of reasons, it’s tough to find a great Wonder Woman comic book storyline run. You get lots of them with Batman and Superman and Flash and Legion of Superheroes and Justice League and so many other great characters and superhero team-ups. But with Wonder Woman, it’s all shoulder shrugs. There are reasons […]

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    Every Wednesday, JP makes the after-work run to his local downtown comic book shop. Comics arrive on Wednesdays you see and JP, fearful that the latest issue will sell out, rushes out to purchase his copy. This regular, weekly column will highlight a particularly interesting release, written in short order, of course, because JP has […]

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    Off the top of my head, I’m having trouble remembering what the very first first issue comic I bought was. Of course, I was there for the first issues of Watchmen, Sandman and Hellblazer. I had seen ads of those comics in an industry leaflet and thought that their respective stories sounded interesting – that […]

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    A near-mythical legend returns to right the wrongs of the present day. Does he have the means, the will and the strength to triumph in this overwrought, and exceedingly negative time now that age, reputation and criticism stand alongside both his new and old antagonists? And that’s just writer Frank Miller! Never mind his most […]

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    Let’s start with the most important question this week: was it any good? If you didn’t already know – and really, we all already knew – Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 was released yesterday, the first issue of an eight-part series from DC Comics starring their most marketable character, Batman. It was, of […]

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    With all the action surrounding the holiday season, you can forgive me for not actually reading last week’s release of Dark Knight III: The Master Race #2 until last night. Yes, I was anxious to read it. I loved the first issue – our review of which you can find here. I just wasn’t able […]

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    We’ve been waiting a long time for this one. Literally…and somewhat figuratively. If you’re a regular comic book reader, or a regular visitor to this website, you’ll know that legendary creator, Frank Miller, has returned to the character and series of stories that changed the comic book landscape in the mid 1980s: The Dark Knight […]

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    If you live in and around the Toronto area, or enjoy travelling to the city, there are two certainties that the summer is very nearly over: The Canadian National Exhibition opens its doors for two weeks and pop culture fans everywhere lose sleep in anticipation for the annual extravaganza that is Fan Expo Canada! Celebrating […]

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    Over the last few weeks, we’ve highlighted a series of comic book collections that would make ideal gifts for your comic book loving friends and loved ones this season. You can find the first part of our trilogy of lists here, which showcases a number of more affordable trade paperback collections. Last week, the second […]

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    One important element of a great comic book anthology is to fill it with a variety of stories created by some of the industry’s best talents.

    The 160-page Aftershock SHOCK Anthology hardcover has got them.

    The post Shocking! It’s the ‘Aftershock SHOCK Anthology’ on the Wednesday Run appeared first on .