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Skullkickers gets meta in the slightly disappointing conclusion to the "Eighty Eyes on an Evil Island" story arc, but Zub and Huang are as tight a team as ever.
|July 5th, 2013|
Jim Zub and Edwin Huang's Mighty Skullkickers #1 is actually part three of a fun swords-and-sorcery adventure (and a running gag of first issues) that's a great comic all around and a must-read for fantasy fans.
|April 26th, 2013|