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Super-Fly Comic of the Week September 12th

Cheers, Fly-Hards and welcome to another installment of Super-Fly Comic of the Week!  This week saw a lot of new releases, but with it came a lot of mediocrity.  DC continues September gimmick month with more 3-D covers, Prometheus: Fire and Stone launched the newest revival of the Alien franchise in comics, but recurring favorites like East of West and Ms. Marvel continued to be very strong reads.  This week’s comic comes to us from Boom! Studios and has the charm of The Fantastic Mr. Fox, the feel of Hot Fuzz, and the alien presence of The World’s End.  This week’s Super-Fly Comic of the Week is: Wild’s End #1!

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Dan Abnett (Guardians of the Galaxy, Annihilation: Conquest) and I.N.J. Culbard (The Shadow Out of Time, Celeste) bring us what can only be described as a very charming new series from Boom! Studios.  When something crash lands just outside of the peaceful English town of Lower Crowchurch things will never be quite the same.  There’s a great deal of English wit and charm on each and every page of this first issue, which admittedly is a lot of set up for the rest of the series, but it manages to keep the mystery engaging and the characters are distinct and fun enough to keep you engaged for the full issue.  Definitely a series to keep an eye on and if nothing else makes me want to go and watch Hot Fuzz again and that is never a bad thing.

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