Tuesday, March 2, 2021

This Weekend, Let's Investigate a Supernatural Crime Spree in 1970s Detroit

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Folks, I just can’t over-emphasize what a great week this is for new comic book releases. What have we done to deserve this? (Nothing, of course, we are filthy sinners; but even sinners are lucky sometimes.)

There are so many excellent releases that I want to talk about this week that I’ve split them into two separate posts. You can read the first batch here, concerning fairy tales gone wrong; secret lesbian romance in the servants’ quarters of an Edwardian estate; and a supergenius kid’s lemonade stand. As if that wasn’t enough, next up we have a hard-boiled reporter solving supernatural crimes in 1970s Detroit; Wonder Woman’s sinister

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