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Buck Rogers Takes on the Airlords of Han March 16, 2010

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Yeaah we’re fans of the new Dynamite Buck Rogers series.

The latest issue #9 starts off a new story arc where we get more insight into the status of Earth.

You see in this version of Buck Rogers, Earth isn’t ruled by just one unified group. There are rulers of the ground, the underground (the weirdos with Nukes that Buck destroyed last issue) and the airlords of Han.

Our sister site, ShowMeSciFiComics.com has a review of the issue #9 up now.

Star Wars graphic novels on sale – boxing day not over yet.. January 5, 2010

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one of the best deals we’ve ever seen on ‘new’ (that is not nick and dent) Star Wars trade paperbacks (that’s graphic novel for the old timers) is now on.

Our sister site – ShowMeSciFiComics.com has all the details on the offer.

While you’re there, why not check out some of the other content too? The site isn’t yet as established as this one, but hey every site starts somewhere.

Don’t dawdle too much though the deal on the Star Wars Tales TPBs is only going until Jan 6th – and oh yeah did we mention that they’re only $5 a piece?

Star Wars Legacy #42 – Admiral Stazi takes a fall December 25, 2009

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There are so many layers of plots and sub-plots in Star Wars Legacy – sometimes it’s hard to keep them all straight.

One of the most interesting  – and the one that always has the biggest ships and the biggest battles are the plotlines/issues with Gar Stazi and the Galactic Alliance.

This is a sort of in-between issue that keeps the overall plot moving – stazi gets shot at and perhaps more importantly there is a link-up btwn the Alliance, the Jedi and the Imperial Knights led by the true Emperor Roan Fel.

The art – as always is astounding though this time we can’t credit our usual illustrator –

Starting with this comic – we’re officially launching our ShowMeSciFiComics subsite – just for comic reviews. We’ll still review them here – but we’ll just do the longer versions over there.

As well look on Showmescificomics.com for our take on what to look for in SciFiComics each and every week.