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July Trade Paperback Recommendations

I don’t buy a lot of new single issue comics. To me it doesn’t make any sense to go buy 1 comic for 5 individual series that I will read in 10 minutes than forget what happened by the time the next issue is released. God forbid if it’s delayed too. I prefer to buy trades if I can, that way I feel like I accomplished something when I’m through. I can also get a whole storyline at once and perhaps even an ending/closure. I might be everything that’s wrong with the modern day comic industry.

With all that said, I probably keep an eye out on Amazon for trades that are being released more than most people. The month of July has some excellent releases on the docket that I’m looking forward to and you should too.

Saga Vol. 2

Release Date: July 2

Collects Issues #7-12


Saga has been one of the most critically acclaimed and interesting new series. In Vol. 1 we are introduced to Marko and Alana, two star crossed lovers on opposite sides of a galactic war. When they bear a child it forces them to go on the run and become fugitives. The book is populated with endlessly imaginative characters and landscapes. In general terms it would be considered Sci-Fi but it’s so much more than that. It’s a story of desperation, but ultimately of hope. Vol. 1 ended with them being able to escape the planet they were stranded on and head to outer space. Shit is going to get intergalactic in Vol. 2.

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Ask Kang

In our ongoing attempts to probe the darkest recesses of Martian Luthor Kang’s mind we present to you the newest installment of our Ask Kang series. Should you so desire, you can catch up on part 1  and part 2.


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Evil Geek Book Report – Saga Vol. 1

SAGA, I’ve been hearing about this comic all year. Especially lately it’s been all over Best Of 2012 lists. Hell, I even recommended it based on hype alone to our very own ladylumos on one of our first podcasts without having read it yet. I had been meaning to pick it up and see if it lived up to the heaps of accolades piled on to it but I hadn’t gotten around to it. A few weeks ago a friend had gifted me a copy of Vol.1 (covering issues #1-6), so I thought what better time now?


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