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The Deadly Class TV Adaptation

At this point in my life, I’m perfectly fine with divergences among adaptations of media. Gone are the days where I demanded TV shows and books to be perfect copies of the original material. Each medium has something they do very well – for example,

I Love the 80s: Deadly Class HC Books 1 and 2

Deadly Class is a very interesting story for someone like me to read. As was played for laughs in the 2012 adaptation of 21 Jump Street, the dynamics of high school cliques have changed from when Rick Remender was in high school. The TV shows

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Deadly Class Motion Comics

I’m working my way through the second Deadly Class hardcover in order to write a feature for this site and I have some plans to do some comparisons between the comic and the TV Show. In the meanwhile, I noticed that Image and SyFy (where

At the Beginning: Farmhand #1

We LOVED Chew here and I’ve been waiting and waiting for Rob or John to announce a new project. Well, Rob’s Farmhand is out so I decided to take a look at that first issue. Here are the images used in the video:

Vault Comics to Publish Brandon Sanderson’s Dark One

I discovered Brandon Sanderson just a year ago via a Humble Bundle that featured ebooks and audiobooks of both his Cosmere and non-Cosmere works. I very quickly fell in love with his story-telling and have slowly worked my way through his Cosmere novels. What separates

Bitch Planet is the comic we need Right Now

Starting in college and continuing in the following decades I’ve slowly been learning that women have a completely different experience of the world. I thought I understood the struggle women had compared to men; at the highest level, being expected to be successful as both

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Take a Big Bite: A look the entire Chew series

When Dan introduced me to Chew it was the odd premise that convinced me to give it a shot. The entertaining introductions to the powers and the prologues that have the reader wondering how it’s going to tie into the issue’s content intrigued me. (As

At the Beginning: Seven to Eternity

We don’t often consider single issues here at Comic POW! We prefer to look at story arcs and completed series to get a better feel for what the author and artist were trying to accomplish. However, I thought it would be interesting to take a