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Comic Review: Rise Of The Magi #1
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Rise of the Magi #1
Written by Marc Silvestri
Art by Sumeyye Kesgin and Marc Silvestri
Colors by Betsy Gonia
Letters by Troy Peteri
Cover by Marc Silvestri
Image Comics | Top Cow Productions, Inc.
Release Date: June 4, 2014
Cover Price: $3.50 (Digital $2.99)

Think back to when you were a kid and saw The Dark Crystal, or read The Hobbit for the first time. Can you recall that thrill of adventure? Do you remember the electric buzz of excitement you got as these fantastical worlds filled your imagination? If you’re looking for a way to capture the pure joy of wild, magical adventures once again, get yourself a copy of Rise of the Magi #1.

Our story begins with a young Asa Stone, who leads a quiet life in the world of Rune, where everyone has magic powers. Even Asa, though his only ability is fixing magic carpets. Not quite the skill set needed for a life of high adventure.

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Comic Review: Shotgun Wedding
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Shotgun Wedding
Written by William Harms
Illustrated by Edward Pun
Lettered by Troy Peteri
Cover by Edward Pun
Top Cow Productions, Inc.
Release Date: April 2, 2014
Cover Price: $3.99

Never, ever leave your fiancée at the altar, especially if she’s a trained assassin. In Shotgun Wedding, a new four-issue weekly mini-series event from Top Cow, writer William Harms and illustrator Edward Pun serve up a bitterly cold plate of revenge. Like the famous play The Mourning Bride by playwright William Congreve says, “Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor Hell a fury like a woman scorned.”

When international hitman Mike Stone leaves his partner and fiancée, Chloe, on their wedding day, Chloe plans a devastating course of retribution, not only with Mike as the focus, but also his loved ones. Years later, Mike is set to marry again, this time to a woman who believes him to be a simple antiques dealer. When Chloe finally catches up to him, she’s ready to unleash a wrath the likes of which no one could ever prepare for – and she’s not working alone.

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‘Aphrodite IX #9’ Available With Limited Edition St. Patrick’s Day Cover From Top Cow
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In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Top Cow Productions has created an extremely limited edition cover of the popular comic Aphrodite IX #9. Limited to just 500 copies and available only in from the publisher’s online shop, this variant edition is sure to keep you in the spirit. Check out the full St. Patrick’s Day cover here below.

For those who don’t know, Aphrodite IX is a female android assassin with distinctive green hair and some truly uncanny abilities. Unfortunately, her handlers erase her memory after every mission…at least that’s how it used to work. Lately, she has been retaining her knowledge and has gone rogue. It’s an exceptionally entertaining storyline brought to us by Matt Hawkins and features some spectacular art from Stjepan Sejic.

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Preview 8 Pages Of ‘Think Tank #12’ From Top Cow
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The 12-issue series Think Tank concludes with the aptly-named 12th issue “Conclusion” from writer Matt Hawkins and artist Rahsan Ekedal. In this issue, we’ll find out just what the war will take from Dr. David Loren.

Think Tank #12 will be released from Top Cow on February 4, 2014, but you can check out the cover and the first 7 pages of comic now after the jump.

Volume 3 of Think Tank, which will collect the final issues of the series, will be available on March 4, 2014. Catch up on the entire story with Volume 1 and Volume 2, which are currently available.

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Comic Review: A Voice In The Dark #1
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A Voice In The Dark #1
Script and Art by Larime Taylor
Top Cow Productions, Inc. | Image Comics
Release Date: November 20, 2013
Cover Price: $3.99

The concept of making a serial killer the protagonist of a story emerged into pop culture with Dexter (though this isn’t the first example in literary history), and shook up the way we viewed these types of tales. The questioning of sanity and the ambiguity of morals cement the plot, and developed the story in manner that fans thrived on – whether they are fans of the books and/or television series.

A Voice In The Dark shoplifts this concept, but places the setting in the form of a protagonist named Zoey Aarons. That’s right: a female serial killer. And not just any female serial killer, but a young one, at age 18, and the host of a dark talkback show on college radio called A Voice In The Dark. Like the Dexter mythos, Zoey hides in plain sight.

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