Review: Secret Wars #1 | Comic Booked

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Review: Legenderry Vampirella #1

Review: Legendary Vampirella #1

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LegenderryVampi01-Cov-A-BenitezThe popularity of steampunk goes back almost to its inception as a sub-genre of science fiction by the likes of Wells, Burroughs and especially Verne.  This fiction rooted in the scientific knowledge of the late nineteenth has mostly stayed true to its roots, and it has only been recently that it has been mixed in with other genres to create a wider appeal.  The first of these pop culture attempts was in the pages of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, which although it used the main characters from this time period, was also sort of based the makeup of the team on that of the Justice League.  Despite the slow creep of steampunk into pop culture and especially in a mix of sci-fi and fantasy, it has still remained somewhat self-contained.  One of the first and most evident crossovers of characters into a steampunk universe came in the pages of…

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