Review: 'Black Rose Alice' Vol. 1 TP (Manga)

ICv2 Stars: 4 (out of 5)

Review of Black Rose Alice Vol. 1 TP, published by VIZ Media.
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New 'Falling' and 'Pairs'

From Cheapass Games

Cheapass will release a new edition of Falling and a new game, Pairs.
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Comic-Con 2014 Photos--Part 10

Sunday

Covering Comic-Con on Sunday in pictures.
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Mantlo Gets Special 'Guardians' Screening

Via Marvel

Marvel made it possible for him to see the film on opening weekend.
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Mile High's Rozanski Decries Publisher Exclusives

At Comic-Con

Says it caused him to lose money exhibiting at the show.
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Review: 'Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma' Vol. 1 TP (Manga)

ICv2 Stars: 4 (out of 5)

Review of Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma Vol. 1, published by VIZ Media.
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FOC Incentives for 'Bob's Burgers'

Two 'Belcher Girls' Covers

Dynamite Entertainment has added two Belcher Girls variants as incentives.
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'Guardians' Sets New August Record

Scores Third Best Opening of the Year

Establishes Marvel Studios as the live-action Pixar.
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DVD Round-Up: 'Divergent,' 'Oculus,' 'Community,' 'Doctor Who,' & 'The Saint'

Week of August 5th, 2014

The last of Community on NBC plus a sleeper horror hit.
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Rolling for Initiative--From RPGA to Award Winning Author (and a couple of comments on 'Yu-Gi-Oh! Day')

Column by Scott Thorne

This week, Thorne brings us up to date on the career of Jean Rabe, with a further comment on the "Perfection Fallacy."
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Preview: 'Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers' #1

From Dynamite Entertainment

5-page preview of Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers #1, published by Dynamite Entertainment.
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'Legendary: Guardians of the Galaxy'

Small Expansion Set In October

Small comic-based expansion due in October.
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