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Akumetsu

In Manga on April 24, 2010 at 9:09 am


Akumetsu’s plot begins with a teenager by the name of Shou Hazama, an ordinary, yet somehow comical and sleazy, high-school student, and his best friend Shiina Nagasawa.

The setup for the story is a near-future Japan, where excessive corruption and speculation lead the country to a massive economic downfall, increasing the public deficit to an enormous seven hundred trillion Yen. Politicians and businessmen simply enrich themselves amid growing unrest. Shiina’s family, due to crushing debts, sell their daughter into prostitution, forcing her to attend parties for the elite. Read the rest of this entry »

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Iron Man: Extremis

In Comics on April 24, 2010 at 8:55 am

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“Extremis” was the first Iron Man story arc after the “Disassembled” story lines (which ran through various Marvel comics, but mainly affected the Avengers), as well as the first story arc of the fourth volume of Iron Man overall.

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Ultimate Iron Man

In Comics on April 22, 2010 at 7:53 am

Ultimate Iron Man

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Ultimate Iron Man #1 reveals that Tony Stark’s genius is caused by an accident his mother (brilliant scientist Maria Cerrera, who names him Antonio) suffered while she was carrying him in her womb. He has neural tissue throughout his body, as if his entire body is a brain, giving him tremendous mental capacity but at the cost of chronic pain akin to severe burns due to the over stimulation of neural cells in his skin. His father uses a newly invented biological armor to ease Tony’s pain. Read the rest of this entry »

One Million

In Comics on April 21, 2010 at 11:54 am

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In the 853rd century the original Superman (“Superman Prime”) still lives, but has spent over fifteen thousand years in a self-imposed exile in his Fortress of Solitude in the heart of the Sun, although he has left descendants, including “Kal Kent”, the Superman of the 853rd century. The galaxy is protected by the Justice Legions, which were inspired by the 20th-century Justice League and the 31st-century Legion of Super-Heroes, among others. Read the rest of this entry »