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Fresh Ink Online with Greg Rucka »


Greg Rucka is one of the most acclaimed comic book writers and novelists in the business. Along with wife -- and fellow comic writer -- Jen Van Meter, Rucka is at the forefront of modern comic book writing, as evident from his work on Queen and Country, Whiteout, Gotham Central, Superman: World of New Krypton, DC's Action Comics, and most recently Detective Comics, starring Batwoman.

So you can imagine how excited we were when he agreed to guest host Fresh Ink Online in place of host Blair Butler, who happens to be one of his biggest fans. So sit back and enjoy this special edition of Fresh Ink Online, where Greg chats about three of his all-time favorite comics, The Question, Justice League International, and Mage: The Hero Discovered. Enjoy!

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Fresh Ink Online: Runaways, Batwoman, Viking »


As we ramp up for Comic-Con ’09 in San Diego, host Blair Butler blasts through a slew of new comics to wet your appetite, including Viking, Berserker, Gotham City Sirens, Northlanders, GI Joe: Cobra, Elektra and Utopia. But is it Runaways or Batwoman’s run in Detective Comics that nabs Pick of the Week? Stay tuned and find out…

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Fresh Ink Online: Invincible, Phonogram, Destroyer »


On this very special webisode of Fresh Ink Online, Blair welcomes two very special surprise guests. Plus, she reviews the latest and greatest comics, including Phonogram: The Singles Club, The Invincible Iron Man, Punisher, Red Mass For Mars, Destroyer and Batman: Streets of Gotham. But it’s the gore-tastic Invincible that really has her talking. Did it make Pick of the Week? Tune in and find out.

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Dark Avengers #5 inside art

If you live in the Hollywood area or have ever watched Blair Butler do her thing on AOTS's Fresh Ink, then you're at least loosely aware of the iconic comic book store, Golden Apple Comics. What you might not be aware of, unless you've read Issue #5 of Marvel's Dark Avengers, is that in the last few pages giant monsters attack the store. It's a cool nod to the fans and the legendary staple that had me grinning ear to ear when I saw it. However, there's one little detail that's off.

More than a year ago, Golden Apple comics moved from its location at 7711 Melrose, which is shown in the book, to it's new location at 7018 Melrose. Still, it's pretty damn awesome to see a store that I shopped at as a kid (as I'm sure some of you did) get a moment in the spotlight. Good one, Mr. Bendis or Mr. Deodato or whoever's idea it was! Look below for pictures of the real world counterpart of the panel above as well as pictures of the new location. Excelsior!

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Fresh Ink Online: Batapalooza! »


Yes, it’s Batapalooza this week as host Blair Butler covers a whole slew of Batman related comics, plus new issues of Resurrection, Absolution, Crossed, Punisher, Northlanders, Green Lantern Corps and more. But it’s Red Robin, Batman Reborn, and Batman & Robin that really tickle her fancy this week. Ooooh, that sounded kinda wrong, huh? Oh well, enjoy the comic goodness!

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Fresh Ink Online: Wolverine Noir, Fantastic 4, Ex Machina »


To kick off this fantastic holiday weekend host Blair Butler reviews Fantastic 4, Ex Machina, Wolverine Noir, and Batman: Battle for The Cowl.

And it wouldn’t be Memorial Day without a visit from good ol’ Captain America, would it?

Go, America, go!

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Crack The Spine: 'Secret Warriors' #4 After a long absence Nick Fury is back and in a big, bad way and he's got company. As seen in the pages of Secret Invasion, Fury and his new team of young hell raisers (some would call them Howling Commandos) are doing what ol' eye patch does best, defending the world against tyranny, in this case, the world dominating cult of Hydra.

Following the revelation in Issue #2 that S.H.I.E.L.D. (now H.A.M.M.E.R.) has always been secretly run by Hydra, Nick sends his team to the Australian Outback to recruit new talent in the form of a reality bending mutant named, Eden Fesi, while he travels to Africa to recruit some talent of his own, namely S.H.I.E.L.D. bruiser, Dum Dum Dugan, as well as the remaining S.H.I.E.L.D. agents who have refused to be a part of Norman Osborn's new world police. F@#% yeah! It's a sweet, sweet reunion, one that will make Nick Fury fans very happy. Meanwhile, the heads of Hydra, ever the over-eager fascists, make plans to conquer the world and to deal with Fury's insurgency in what will surely be a twisted and brutal way.

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Fresh Ink Online: The Walking Dead, G.I. Joe, Young Avengers »


Fresh Ink Online gets intense this week as host Blair Butler walks us through the terror of The Walking Dead, the action fury of Wolverine and G.I. Joe, the superhero adventures of Dark Reign: Young Avengers, and the tripped out mystery of The Unknown and The Unwritten. Which one will make Pick of the Week? Tune in and find out…

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Crack The Spine: 'Thor' #601

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Posted May 13, 2009 - By Eugene Morton

Thor #601As The Cabal divvies up the 616 universe, they enact sweeping and unrelenting havoc, both on the nations of the world and in the lives of Marvel's heroes, havoc against which no one can stand, not even the god of thunder, Thor. Directly following the events of the previous issue (in which Loki tricks Thor into killing his grandfather, thereby earning him banishment from Asgard) we find the hero alone in the fields of Oklahoma, with a broken Mjolnir and no hope of being reunited with his people or homeland again.

Issue #601 is mainly an exile's tale, one longtime fans might have never thought they'd read in the pages of Thor. The warrior who has turned aside armies and crushed mountains becomes as emotionally vulnerable as a lost pup. It was one thing to lose his lady love, Sif, but to lose everything he has ever known simultaneously is a much worse fate. Yet, there are no Avengers to help, Captain America can't save the day and none of the pantheon of gods would dare subvert the laws of Asgard. It's a look at the Odin son, we've not seen often before. Though he remains stoic in the face of this tremendous setback, you can almost feel his heart shatter (thanks to the penciling of Marko Djurdjevic) as Mjolnir has been shattered.

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Fresh Ink Online: New Mutants, Iron Man, Flash »


Blair Butler takes you a wild ride through the latest issues of Final Crisis Aftermath, New Mutants, Superman: World of Krypton, Irredeemable, and Dark Reign: Invincible Iron Man, on this week’s Fresh Ink Online…now in HD! But is it The Flash Rebirth or The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910 that takes the Pick of the Week crown? Watch and find out!

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