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Oh, Canada! (in Ass-kicking Comics)

It's probably to Canada's credit that it's never produced a best-selling superhero like Captain America. Instead, we've got five comics here that'll thrill one's identity politics for Canada Day -- and kick some ass, too.

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Dead of Winter: Snowy Graves in Contemporary Horror Comics

If low temperatures don't bring death in today's horror comics, they're almost always the ideal setting for it.

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Heinous Hitman Wielding a Weapon Seeks Redemption and Salvation in "Near Death"

The new series from writer Jay Faerber explores the path of a hitman named Markham, who takes a bullet and experiences the afterlife -- or something like it -- when his heart stops on the operating table.

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Worthy: Samurai's Blood #1

In a flourishing marketplace of the samurai literary canon do creators Wiseman and Benaroya bring something fresh to the story of a samurai clan under attack and assassination? The answer is more subtle than a simple yes or no.

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"Becoming Who We Are": The Horrors of Survival in 'The Walking Dead Vol. 12: Life Among Them'

Thomas Harris' Francis Dolarhyde once commented that his victims were privy to a great becoming. As The Walking Dead continues, Robert Kirkman gives us front row center seats to the greatest undoing of all.

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The Light #1-2

Let there be no light... Edmondson and Weldele have created a fascinating meditation on the warp speed with which we now exchange and ingest information.

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Casanova #1-7

This comic will break your brain.

Greg Oleksiuk

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