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Come Meet Bob Frantz Creator of Monty the Dinosaur!

Posted August 24th, 2016 by Phillip

Written by Trevor Sherman Hey everybody, if you follow us on social media then you’ve probably noticed several posts lately about Monty the Dinosaur. This brand new all-ages series from Action Lab Comics is about to hit our shelves soon, and we are SUPER excited to have creator Bob Frantz coming to us live and […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: The Almighties #0

Posted March 28th, 2016 by Michael Gray

The Almighties #0 Written by Sam Johnson & Mike Gagnon I have returned with the Indie Comic of the Week Month Year Whenever article, which is covering the Almighties #0 this time.  This book is a solid independent parodyish book which introduces the reader to the characters that make up the Almighties.  These superheroes are flawed (some seriously) […]

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New This Week in Comics 9/21-9/27

Posted September 24th, 2015 by Phillip

No podcast? Well that doesn’t mean we have to skip out on this week in comics as well! This week we will be discussing three very different comics. These books will feature the likes of the FBI, a father son/duo and a group of kids just trying to survive. Some of these stories just hitting […]

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A “Double Take” of the Living Dead

Posted September 17th, 2015 by Phillip

It’s always tough to start a new comics company, but to start one based on zombies is even tougher! Turns out Bill Jemas former Marvel Comics publisher was up to the challenge. Bill Jemas and his creative team over at Double Take (T2) Comics made a big splash this week as they released 10 new […]

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New This Week In Comics 7/7-7/13

Posted September 13th, 2015 by Phillip

Well we are a little late with our new this week post but better late than never. This week we are going to focus on the ladies of comics. This year has been an amazing year for female leads in comics. From the independent level all the way up to the major publisher females have […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Manifest Destiny #16

Posted September 3rd, 2015 by Michael Gray

Manifest Destiny #16 Written by Chris Dingess, Art by Matthew Roberts & Owen Gieni #HotTakes:  Manifest Destiny is a really dope series and this is just the newest issue which actually sends the main characters on a quest to kill something so a bunch of talking birds will cough up one of their friends that […]

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New This Week In Comics 8/17-8/23

Posted August 20th, 2015 by Phillip

After a long lay off new this week in comics is back! While we where gone a lot has happened in the world of comics from the newest episode of Batman to Secret Wars. Though those are some of the serious things in comics this week we are going to tap into our romantic side. […]

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New This Week In Comics 6/28-7/4

Posted July 2nd, 2015 by Phillip

The Fourth of July is almost upon us which mean some extra time to read comics! There was a lot of amazing comics from all the companies but I was able to narrow it down to four comics to discuss. This week’s comics come to us from Marvel, Image and Dynamite and covers everything from […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Ufology #3

Posted June 29th, 2015 by Michael Gray

Ufology #3 Written by James Tynion IV & Noah J. Yuenkel.  Art by Matthew Fox & Adam Metcalfe. #HotTakes:  Ufology is a good little paranormal, or as the book says “extranormal” read involving alien life forms and their dealings with small town Americana.  In this book you see the main two characters living out their […]

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New This Week in Comics 6/15-6/21

Posted June 18th, 2015 by Phillip

Summer is in full swing and so are all the huge summer comic events. With so many choices it was tough to decide what to cover this week. Once I dove into my comics it become clear what three books to cover. This week’s books include a reprint of a historical comic, one of our […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Sons of the Devil #1

Posted May 31st, 2015 by Michael Gray

Sons of the Devil #1 Written by Brian Buccellato.  Art by Toni Infante. #HotTakes:  Really cool book, seems to be about occult things so I am really a sucker for anything even remotely about that.  The art is good and the colors really remind me of Outcast (that could be the occult theme too making […]

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New This Week in Comics 5/25-5/31

Posted May 28th, 2015 by Phillip

It’s a very diverse new week in comics for RSRG Entertainment. This week we will be breaking down a book from Dark Horse, Avatar and two from Marvel. All four of these titles couldn’t be any different. They include a love letter to a legend, a sequel to a juggernaut, a fly boy meets dinosaurs […]

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New This Week In Comics 5/18-5/24

Posted May 21st, 2015 by Phillip

Mini reviews are finally back! I want to apologize for missing the last couple of weeks due to person reasons they was missing. In this week’s books we follow a team of hackers into bringing down the big man and dive into the craziness of Secret Wars. This week’s books include The Tithe from Image […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Oh, Killstrike #1

Posted May 20th, 2015 by Michael Gray

Oh, Killstrike #1 Written by Max Bemis.  Art by Logan Faerber and Juan Manuel Tumburus. #HotTakes:  The book is even more than I thought it would be (which is quite a feat because I was already fairly high on it without even seeing it) and was a cool throwback type of book.  Killstrike is a […]

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New This Week in Comics (4/13-4/19)

Posted April 16th, 2015 by Phillip

When looking for books to review I always attempt to find some sort of theme. This week’s theme is something for everyone. What I mean by that is I have picked three different titles one all ages, one teen and one more mature for adults. Lately I have been expanding my reading outside my normal […]

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Comic Book Legend Herb Trimpe Has Passed Away

Posted April 14th, 2015 by Phillip

Legendary comic creator Herb Trimpe has passed away at the age of 75. He was known most for being the co-creator of Wolverine and the artist on many Marvel titles. He gave us beautiful art on many titles including The Incredible Hulk, Amazing Spider-Man, G.I. Joe, Iron Man and tons of other Marvel projects. He was known […]

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New This Week in Comics (4/6-4/11)

Posted April 9th, 2015 by Phillip

With so many comics in the pull this week it was a tough choice of what would be featured. Then I decided I have never done a full indie comics week so here it is! Each of these comics couldn’t be more different one from revolutionary time, another in cyber space and the final in […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Django/Zorro #5

Posted March 30th, 2015 by Michael Gray

Django/Zorro #5 Written by Quentin Tarantino and Matt Wagner.  Art by Esteve Polls, Brennan Wagner and Simon Bowland. #HotTakes:  Django/Zorro covers a vast set of things that I know both nothing about and lots about.  I am a huge Tarantino fan so when I find out he is writing this book, I am thrilled.  I […]

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New This Week In Comics 3/23-3/28

Posted March 26th, 2015 by Phillip

It’s the last week of comics for the month and to be honest I had nothing on my pull list. Fear not I still picked up books for this week’s mini reviews. This is a television themed week for the books. Let’s not waste any time and dive into this short week of books. Powers […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Unit 5 #1

Posted March 22nd, 2015 by Michael Gray

Unit 5 #1 Written by Skip Winter and Art by Joe Martino, Steven Wilcox, Jeff Austin, Blake Wilkie #HotTakes:  Unit 5 #1 is a cool book which follows five regular types (normies if you will) who have martial arts abilities and alternate identities as Unit 5, where they combat terrorism in New York City.  At […]

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New This Week In Comics 3/16- 3/21

Posted March 19th, 2015 by Phillip

This could be the most diverse week of comics to ever been reviewed on RSRG Entertainment! We’ll be discussing a book from Image Comics, Marvel Comics, Boom Comics and Titans Comics. We don’t have time to waste so lets get to this week’s comics! Silk #2 Written by Robbie Thompson Art by Stacey Lee I […]

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New This Week In Comics 3/1-3/7

Posted March 6th, 2015 by Phillip

It’s another MARVELous week here at RSRG Entertainment. This week we will be discussing two titles from Marvel Comics. One is a title we have reviewed since the book started and the other is a new on-going series. Let’s not waste any more time and dive in. All-New Hawkeye #1 Written by Jeff Lemire Art […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Curb Stomp #1

Posted March 1st, 2015 by Michael Gray

Curb Stomp #1 Written by Ryan Ferrier and art by Devaki Neogi #HotTakes: Curb Stomp #1 is a killer book that follows a gang known as the Fever who are just attempting to protect their borough known as Old Beach from rival gangs who are looking to exploit the area.  The four part series is something […]

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New This Week In Comics 2/23-2/28

Posted February 27th, 2015 by Phillip

February has been a great month for comics and I honestly believe they saved the best for last. This week we start of a new fan favorite series, the conclusion of a spider journey and we near the end of a game. With six books to review lets stop wasting time and get started! Spider-Gwen #1 […]

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New This Week In Comics 2/16-2/21

Posted February 21st, 2015 by Phillip

We are a little late with this week’s mini reviews due to Snowzilla hitting the mid-west and delaying well everything. This week we will discussing three Marvel titles. This week we once again focus on the spider family of books with a new number title and of course our favorite Jersey City superhero. Lets get […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: the Empty #1

Posted February 17th, 2015 by Michael Gray

The Empty #1 Written and Art by Jimmie Robinson #HOTTAKES:  The Empty is a post apocalyptic story where one of the main characters lives in an eradicated desert that nothing grows in and no game can survive because of the “roots” that poison the environment.  When someone who is different washes up on their shores, […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Postal #1

Posted February 7th, 2015 by Michael Gray

Postal #1 Written by Bryan Hill & Matt Hawkins.  Art by Isaac Goodhart. Postal is a killer story (pun intended).  The main character Mark is the son of the Mayor of Eden where every resident has a criminal past and is hiding out until they can get new identities or intend on staying (as far […]

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New This Week In Comics 2/2-2/7

Posted February 5th, 2015 by Phillip

This week the ladies have taken over the comic stack, well almost. This week’s comics include some amazing leading ladies such as Ms. Marvel, Agent Carter and an upcoming leading lady Squirrel girl. We also dive into the business life of a tiny guy named Ant-Man. What great about most of these picks you can […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Casanova: Acedia #1

Posted January 31st, 2015 by Michael Gray

Casanova: Acedia #1 Written by Matt Fraction.  Art by Fabio Moon. Casanova: Acedia is a story about a dude who doesn’t remember anything about his past named Casanova.  He has a particular set of skills which seem to involve driving, shooting guns, and killing people underwater, though he has no recollection of how he acquired […]

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New This Week In Comics 1/26-1/31

Posted January 29th, 2015 by Phillip

Each week it is always hard to decide what to read and what to leave on the shelf. But this week I decided to try some books that was outside the norm. I’ll be discussing One book from DC Comics, One book from Image Comics and Two books from Marvel. Your thinking what is outside the norm about […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Rumble #2

Posted January 24th, 2015 by Michael Gray

Rumble #2 Written by John Arcudi.  Art by James Harren.  Colors by Dave Stewart. Rumble is about a Scarecrow God who is running around this town wielding a sword and cutting the arms off of old people who have apparently pissed him off.  Although his hatred for old people is unrelenting, he does have the […]

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Indie Comic of the Week: Roche Limit #4

Posted January 19th, 2015 by Phillip

Roche Limit #4  Written by Michael Moreci Art by Vic Malhotra Roche Limit is about a mining outpost in space next to what some people think is a black hole but probably isn’t.  Alex and Sonya are trying to find Sonya’s sister who hasn’t called home in awhile.  SPOILER: They do, but she seems to […]

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New Comics This Week 1/12-1/18

Posted January 15th, 2015 by Phillip

While things are tons of new comics that hit the shelf this week including Star Wars and Mortal Kombat X. We decided to focus on three titles this week that may not get all the attention. While all of these are Marvel books you may have missed them, so lets dive right in! S.H.I.E.L.D #2 […]

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Comic Suggestions for 1/14/15

Posted January 13th, 2015 by Phillip

This week’s comic suggestions include two pop culture properties from our childhood. I rarely do two new titles but the excitement for both of these books are so high I figured why not. The most anticipated book of a long time is finally hitting the shelves today at a comic book store near you, Star […]

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New This Week In Comics

Posted January 8th, 2015 by Phillip

It’s a new year so that means time for new things here at RSRG Entertainment! We will be breaking down the comics that we read each week. Now this will not be a huge review type thing but we will give our thoughts on the titles read and why you should pick them up. This […]

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Random Comics Day 12 Unit 5 Issue 3

Posted September 12th, 2014 by Phillip

I figured since we talked about 9/11 yesterday we should discuss something good that came out of it. Today’s heroes was inspired by the after math of that terrible day. The book I will be discussing is Unit 5 issue 3 by Skip Winter with art by Will Robson. It is another independent comic that are […]

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Random Comics Day 11 Amazing Spider-Man Issue 36

Posted September 11th, 2014 by Phillip

When I started this 30 day journey through my long box I knew from day one what today’s comic would be. With it being Sept. 11th I had to re-read Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 2 issue 36. I have told my thoughts on this day several times including on this week’s podcast. It is a day […]

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Random Comics Day 10 Daredevil Issue 1

Posted September 10th, 2014 by Phillip

We are 1/3 the way through our 30 comics in 30 days and surprisingly I haven’t missed a day! For today’s issue I am reviewing a new book to me. I hate to admit this but I haven’t really read much Daredevil in my lifetime and none of Mark Waid’s run on the title. Last […]

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Random Comics Day 9 All-Star Superman Special Edition Issue 1

Posted September 9th, 2014 by Phillip

While digging through the long box I figured it was time to talk about the first super hero! Today’s comic is All-Star Superman written by Grant Morrison and pencils by Frank Quietly. If the cover looks a little different it’s because it was a promotional giveaway at Books-A-Million prior to the release of Man of […]

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Random Comics Day 8 Hawkeye vs Deadpool Issue 0

Posted September 8th, 2014 by Phillip

Today’s comic didn’t even make it into my long box since I just picked it up this weekend. Today I bring to you Hawkeye vs Deadpool  by Gerry Duggan with art by Matteo Lolli. I will admit I had not read a Deadpool comic in a very long time as he isn’t my favorite character. […]

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Random Comics Day 7 Ann Beretta Issue 0

Posted September 7th, 2014 by Phillip

Better late then never! Today’s pull from the long box is a preview comic I picked up this summer at the Marble City Comic Con called Ann Beretta. I got this comic while doing an interview with the artist of the book Chris Hamer from UrbnPop art. Chris was a really cool guy and after […]

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Random Comics Day 6 Batman Cacophony Issue 1

Posted September 6th, 2014 by Phillip

We have went six days on our longbox journey without a Batman comic so today we put an end to that. Today’s comic is Batman Cacophony issue one written by Kevin Smith with art by Walter Flanagan. If your a regular follow of the podcast then you know Smith has been an influence since day one. His […]

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Random Comics Day 5 Halloween Issue 1

Posted September 5th, 2014 by Phillip

Today’s comic isn’t your typical cape and cowl story that you would normally expect from me. Today’s pick is Halloween issue 1. If you know me then you know I am a huge fan of the Halloween franchise and the holiday itself. When ask what my favorite movie of all time is I always replay […]

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Random Comics Day 4 The Amazing Spider-Man Skating on Thin Ice! Issue 1

Posted September 4th, 2014 by Phillip

For today’s pull I dug into my Amazing Spider-Man collection for something a little different. During my search for something fun to read I pulled out this unique title, The Amazing Spider-Man Skating on Thin Ice! The reason this book is cool is a Canadian propaganda PSA book about drug and alcohol use. There are two different […]

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Dwayne Johnson will play Black Adam

Posted September 3rd, 2014 by Phillip

The wait is finally over! For years their has been rumors that DC Entertainment and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson had plans on working today. It has finally been confirmed today that he will play the villian Black Adam. “Kneel at his feet or get crushed by his boot.” My honor to become.. #BlackAdam #TheAntiHero #DCComics […]

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Random Comics Day 3 Justice League Walking on Fire

Posted September 3rd, 2014 by Phillip

Today’s random pull from the long box is a mini comic that was distributed to kids in cereal boxes. Earlier this year as you know if you listen to the podcast I was on a search for a collection of Justice League comics that was released in General Mills cereal. While I fail short of […]

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Random Comics Day 2 The Accelerators Issue 1

Posted September 2nd, 2014 by Phillip

For today’s random comic I picked issue one of The Accelerators. The Accelerators is an independent comic from Blue Juice comics. If you are fans of the FanBoysInc network then you know Blue Juice is friends of the family. Issue one is written by Ronnie Porto with art by Gavin Smith. The cool thing about this issue […]

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Random Comics Day 1 What If… Kraven The Hunter Had Killed Spider-Man

Posted September 1st, 2014 by Phillip

For the first issue of Random Comics I have choose a classic What If book from Marvel Comics. The title of the  issue is What If…Kraven the Hunter had Killed Spider-Man which is the 17th issue in the series. It was written and drawn by Richard Howell in 1990. The comics opens as most What If’s […]

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Marvel SDCC Panels

Posted July 28th, 2014 by Phillip

San Diego Comic Con is finally over and we got a lot of exciting news from Marvel. Marvel has posted a lot of panels for the fan who couldn’t make it out everything from the breaking into comics to the movie panel. Now any videos show have been removed but at least everyone gets to […]

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Walking Dead Season 5 Trailer

Posted July 25th, 2014 by Phillip

It’s hard to believe we are entering the fifth season of the Walking Dead but it is finally here. The Hall H panel from San Diego just wrapped giving some exciting news about next season including the official trailer. Some casting news as they introduce Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel. Gabriel Stokes was first introduced into […]

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