Comics

‘The Mercenary Sea, Vol. 1’: a pulp treasure as precious as the one its swashbuckling hero seeks

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I've said this before in my singe issue reviews of The Mercenary Sea, but this is one of the best titles out there. In fact, I don't mean to boast, but if you look on the back cover of this trade paperback you'll see a quote from a previous review by yours truly in which I rave about how much I love it.

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Captain Kirk’s Pick of the Week: Sinestro #5

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Take a look at Sinestro #5, written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Dale Eaglesham. I love the idea of a villain getting his own comic title (very retro seventies approach) but I love seeing Dale’s work leap out at me from the page. It’s simply stellar and I can’t allow this title to get ignored.

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Treasure hunters: ‘The Mercenary Sea’ creators Kel Symons & Mathew Reynolds discuss their maritime voyage

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With the pending release of the first paperback compilation, The Mercenary Sea, Vol. 1 (which collects issues #1-6), we thought it'd be a good time for a quick chat with the auteurs of this delightful comic and to find out what whispered promises of hidden treasures compelled these men to embark on this storytelling journey.

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