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Christos Gage

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Area 10 (2010)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: One of the better of the Vertigo Crime series. It deals with trepanning, which is the idea of drilling a hole into the skull to open up new levels of consciousness. At its heart, however, it's a hunt for a serial killer with enough twists and original ideas to keep it from becomi...
Avengers Academy, Vol 1: Permanent Record (2011)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Great start of the series.Each book of the volume starts with some information about one of the new heroes.I loved Finesse, the one "non-powered" individual.I small ding in that they mention that Reptile and Tigra have history but it wasn't until I read the profiles at the very e...
Angel & Faith: Live Through This, Part 1 (2011)
4.27 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Due to the Twilight machinations, Angel is back to make amends. Again. Teamed with Faith, Angel believes that making things right is to take over for the man he killed in Season 8. Tagging along for the ride, Faith wants to make sure that Angel is getting back on his feet - and s...
Academia vengadores #1: La Edad Heroica (2011)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I was reading a lot of comics when this title started. It was one of the highlights of the "Heroic Age' in Marvel. It falls in the same category with Young Avengers and Runaways. It's about teens and slightly aimed at teens but it doesn't try to talk to teens, it just tells a sto...
Astonishing X-Men, Vol. 8: Children of the Brood (2012)
2.92 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: This seems more filler than anything else, an excuse to keep the title going until another name-recognition author could lead it. The plotline here is that the Brood have infected an orbiting space station, one manned by interstellar security forces including Beast's girlfriend, ...
Avengers Academy, Vol. 4: Final Exams (2013)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: The previous volume of Avengers Academy was great not through its own merits, but through it being a tie-in to Avengers vs. X-Men. That shows in this trade paperback, Final Exams. It's lacking in nearly every possible way. The characters are flat, their progress makes no sense, a...
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