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‘Future Proof #5:’ Advance Comic Book Review It’s 1910. A group of highly influential bankers meets in a smoke-filled train car to decide the nation’s financial future—and, ultimately, ruin it in order to line their own pockets; however, our intrepid time agents have different ideas. Are they going to save the country? Being that their previous assignments have included killing Kennedy and saving Hitler, it’s doubtful that things are that simple; however, whatever they end up doing, their AI-god, The Sing, has determined that it’s the best course of action to ensure the future, so they carry it out without question.
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‘Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard Volume 3 #3’ - Advance Comic Book Review Tales for Ales continues ,and three new storytellers get a license to play in David Petersen’s signature series.

Mark A. Nelson brings to life a tale of a monster, the son of a god crashing into the Mouse Territories.  Heroism abounds, but the final solution makes for an interesting moral question that is all too perfect for the world of the Guard.
‘The Usagi Yojimbo Saga Volume 3:’ Advance TPB Review The master continues his journey.

Stan Sakai is the kind of creator who knows his subject and what he wants to say so well that it seems like every word has been planned from the beginning.  Every page in this collection is a work of art in every way, and it collects some of the best in the continuing story of the Ronin seeking the warrior’s way and does so in a format easy enough for anyone picking up the stories of this long ear and his companions.
‘The Fiction #1:’ Advance Comic Book Review “At first, it was scary . . . after awhile, though, it stops being scary and just starts being exciting . . . It was like all the seconds turned to minutes, and all the minutes turned to hours, and, before we knew, it the hours had turned into days.

It was like just when you thought you’d seen all you were ever going to see, all there possibly could be to experience . . . you’d realize you hadn’t even scratched the surface.”

They say a good book can be like a doorway into another world.  Well written, descriptive, evocative . . . the best stories can suck you right in and make you forget the world you’re in . . . but what if they could do more?

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