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Comic Review: The Rinse #4
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The Rinse #4The Rinse #4
Written by Gary Phillips
Art by Marc Laming
Cover by Paul Azaceta
Colors by Darrin Moore
Letters by Steve Wands
BOOM! Studios
Release date: December 7, 2011
Price: $3.99

Jeff Sinclair is about to pull off the biggest laundering job of his career if only he can survive the goons trying to kill him.

In The Rinse #4, Jeff Sinclair, a professional money launderer, is on the cusp of completing his current money laundering job but casino tycoon Steve Maxon’s goons are on his tail. In addition to that, Sinclair is working to avoid being investigated by the IRS as well.

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Comic Review: The Rinse #3
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The Rinse #3The Rinse #3
Written by Gary Phillips
Art by Marc Laming
Colors by Darrin Moore
Letters by Steve Wands
Cover by Paul Azaceta, Jordie Bellaire
BOOM! Studios
Release Date: November 2, 2011
Cover Price: $3.99

The biggest laundering job is underway and there’s trouble ahead for Jeff Sinclair.

In The Rinse #3, professional money launderer Jeff Sinclair is carefully making the correct moves to complete the most lucrative job of his money laundering career. Casino tycoon Steve Maxon is onto Sinclair’s plan and is feverishly attempting to end the lives of all that are involved in the laundering job. Maxon and his goons are the least of Sinclair’s worries since the IRS is also onto his current money laundering job.

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Comic Review: The Rinse #2
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The Rinse #2 coverThe Rinse #2
Written by Gary Phillips
Art by Marc Laming
Cover by Paul Azaceta
BOOM! Studios
Release Date: October 5, 2011
Cover Price: $3.99

The biggest money laundering job of Jeff Sinclair’s career is a go, but there are a few problems keeping the job from going as smoothly as planned.

In The Rinse #2, professional money launderer Jeff Sinclair is working the biggest job of his career. He gets offered a job by a former casino employee to take care of some money that was stolen from a wealthy casino tycoon by the name of Steve Maxon. When the casino tycoon comes looking for the guy who stole his money, Jeff is thrown into a world of trouble. On top of Maxon’s goons looking for Jeff, the IRS has launched a full-fledged investigation and Jeff Sinclair is in their sights.

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Comic Review: Irredeemable #13
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irredeemable #13Irredeemable #13
Written by: Mark Waid
Artist: Diego Barreto
Covers by Paul Azaceta and Crisscross
BOOM! Studios
Price: $3.99
Releases date: May 5, 2010

What would the body count be if Superman lost his mind? Mark Waid and Diego Barreto’s Irredeemable takes us into a disturbing universe where the world’s most powerful superhero has gone rogue and the body count climbs into the millions.

Produced by BOOM! Studios and nominated for an Eisner Award, Irredeemable features the super team The Paradigm, led by the all-powerful Plutonian. As the Plutonian suddenly goes rogue and begins a mass slaughter, the rest of the Paradigm struggle to reel him in as civilization slowly collapses. In Irredeemable #13, we catch up with Bette Noir, one of the few remaining free members of the Paradigm as she catches up with her father in a refugee camp. There, she confesses to him that she had the opportunity to stop the Plutonian, but didn’t because it meant admitting infidelity to her husband. Even at the end of her tearful confession, her father refuses to forgive her for her incredibly selfish act.

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Spidey Becomes The Amazing Recession-Man In This Week’s ‘Amazing Spider-Man’!
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2010-03-02_spiderman_youre_fired.jpgMarvel Comics has always been the most current/relatable of all the comic publishers and they’ve never shied away from the hot-button issues of the moment.

So it comes as no surprise that this week’s issue of Amazing Spider-Man finds our favorite wall crawler relating to those Americans hit hardest by the recession when Peter Parker becomes unemployed in Amazing Spider-Man #623.

The publisher released a new Pasqual Ferry teaser to the upcoming story by Mark Waid and Paul Azaceta. Check out the image and Marvel’s full press release below regarding the issue, which comes out tomorrow.

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Comic Review: Irredeemable #11
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Irredeemable 11Irredeemable #11
Written by Mark Waid
Art by Peter Krause and Diego Barreto
Cover Art by Paul Azaceta (Cover A); Dan Panosian (Cover B); Jeffrey Spokes (Cover C)
BOOM! Studios
Price: $3.99; Release date: February 24, 2010

What if the world’s greatest superhero became the world’s greatest supervillain?

Previously in Irredeemable

The Plutonian, Earth’s most powerful and beloved hero, has gone rogue. In the past few weeks, tens of millions of innocents have died at his hands as he has rampaged across the planet. His former teammates, the Paradigm, have been searching far and wide for some way to stop him. For now their best defense is Survivor, one of their own, who has absorbed his dead twin’s powers and has forced the Plutonian into retreat — and, unwittingly, into the hands of Modeus, Plutonian’s former arch-enemy, who now secretly inhabits the body of Plutonian’s young sidekick.

Meanwhile, Bette Noir and her husband, Gilgamos, have been abducted by the alien hunter Orian, and to bargain for Gilgamos’s life, Bette has promised to reveal some of her secrets….

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