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Cover to Unknown Soldier #13

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The first of the two part story line, “The Way Home”. Cover by the incomparable Dave Johnson.

Audra Shay, accused of endorsing racism on Facebook, is favored to become the head of the Young Republicans tomorrow.

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John Avlon reports that… Thirty-eight-year-old Audra Shay’s campaign to become the next chairman of the Young Republicans went from obscure to infamous over the past week, after The Daily Beast revealed details of posts of her Facebook account. Specifically, a thread where one of her friends posts that ““Obama Bin Lauden [sic] is the new terrorist… Muslim is on there side [sic]… need to take this country back from all of these mad coons… and illegals,” and Shay responds eight minutes …

Civilization at the Standard Hotel in Manhattan

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The Standard Hotel, which is a standard in LA, has recently opened in NY and according to my sources there’s an installation in the elevators behind glass.  As the elevator rises or falls, you watch this bad ass movie… (click on image to see film) The director is Marco Brambillo. – thanks Jack!

B.P.R.D 1947 #1, Wed. July 8!

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This is it, kids! The delicious follow up to the highly acclaimed 1946. This time with master artists Fábio Moon & Gabriel Bá. This is what comics should look like… Ah, ah, ah! No more snacking before dinner! That’s all you get. Go out and buy the rest, ya mug!

Girl’s Entertainment Network Shows Love to Eisner Nominees

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“There’s nothing like new, fresh talent to filter out the old and mundane. That’s exactly what new comic series—good or bad—bring to the table. Luckily, these Eisner nominees for Best New Series are shining examples of the next generation of comics.” Full report here.