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Comic Review: Youngblood #71
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Youngblood 71Youngblood #71
Written by John McLaughlin
Art by John Malin & Rob Liefeld
Colors by Ross Hughes & Matt Yackey
Letters by Russ Wooton
Edits by Eric Stephenson
Covers by Rob Liefeld & Matt Yackey, Ryan Ottley & Jordie Bellaire, and Chris Giarrusso
Image Comics
Release Date: May 23, 2012
Cover Price: $2.99

Astonishingly, Youngblood #71 is something that falls into the “things I didn’t know I wanted or needed category,” like Rocky Balboa — who knew we needed an official ending to the Rocky story? Not me, but it sure was awesome. Also, the film Rambo. The last scene where John Rambo walks down the driveway to his family’s farm was, again, an ending that I didn’t know I needed. But again, I was surprised and satisfied that I got it. Truth by told, I stopped paying attention to Youngblood about a couple years after it started coming out, so why then was I excited for this issue? Some would say nostalgia (who, me?), but most of all, it’s because I have been impressed by the other Image titles that have came back for the 20th anniversary that have been fantastic! And out of all those titles, Youngblood was the only one that I cared about originally.

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Rob Liefeld Makes His Way To Three Ongoing DC Comics
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Deathstroke HeaderDC Comics announced on Friday that the extreme artist Rob Liefeld will be joining the creative teams of three ongoing DC book on their ninth issues, which are coming in May.

The creative team shake up comes in the wake of DC’s announcement of six ongoing series being canceled, one of which, Hawk and Dove, was Liefeld’s only current presence in the new DC universe. Those comics that will be affected by the creative team shift will be none other than Deathstroke, The Savage Hawkman and Grifter.

You can check out a full image of Deathstroke by Liefeld below.

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Image Releases Extreme Preview Book For Free
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EXTREME

Image Comics announced a free preview book that showcases their Extreme line of comic books that are slated to appear in 2012.

For those of you that are unaware, Image Comics and Rob Liefeld have re-teamed to bring their Extreme Publication imprint back from the comic book world’s graveyard. This resurrection will bring back the 90s powerhouse titles from the publisher including Brandon Graham and Simon Roy on Prophet, Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell on Glory, Tim Seeley and Francheco Gaston on Bloodstrike, John McGlaughlin, Jon Malin and Robert Liefeld on Youngbloods, while Erik Larsen and Cory Hamscher will be teaming up to finish off Alan Moore’s story on Surpeme. And this rebirth will take place starting in January 2012 with Prophet #21. But, you can check out a preview book to see what they have in store for the titles for no money!

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