Creator: Brian Lie Story: Paul Jenkins Art: Hendry Prasetya Colors: Jessica Kholinne Letters: Jaka Ady Cover: Isuardi Therianto Editor: Elena Salcedo Publisher: Top Cow Productions It’s the future. It’s dark. Here there be gods. Again. Structurally, God Complex #1 errs on...
Author: Christa Harader
Story: Zach Kaplan Art: Andrea Mutti Colors: Vladimir Popov Letters: Troy Peteri Editor: Elena Salcedo Publisher: Top Cow Productions Aliens are coming! And they’re here to do business. Port of Earth #1 introduces us to an economic slant on...
“There needs to be a accompanying soundtrack to this, something that kicks as much ass as his event does!”
Black Beetle’s investigation of two local mob bosses is interrupted when a mysterious explosion murders them and a pub full of gangsters—taking out most of Colt City’s organized crime in one fell swoop. Who could pull off such a coup, and what danger might that murderous bomber do to Colt City and Black Beetle?
Redneck #5 delivers, with Cates & team’s first arc turning out a little more history, a dash of humor and a heavy helping of good ol’ vampiric gore.
A.I. angst, cool characters and gripping noir in a smart reboot of the classic series that’s still going strong in Magnus #3.
If you’re reading this right now, you, like me, are here because of an alien. Clark’s Promise: Comics, Crusades and Compassion.
Does this new run live up to Jack “The King” Kirby standards? Read our review to find out!
Grendel created by Matt Wagner Omnibus Editor: Phillip R. Simon Omnibus Asst. Editor: Megan Walker Designer: Patrick Satterfield Digital Art Techs: Adam Pruett & Kate Stone Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Better the devil you know – if you ever...
The classics are classics for a reason as we delve into some of Marvel Comics’ from IDW Publishing. Here’s our Fantastic Four Artist’s Edition Review.
Enter a world of sex, lies and videotape in the Peepland review, as Christa Faust & Gary Phillips put together a terrific comic book.
High school’s out to get you.No, seriously – at least, this one is. Sims and Bowers continue to deliver the goods this month in Ash vs. Army of Darkness #2.
Writers: Jack Oleck and Al Fieldstein. Artists: Wally Wood, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando, etc. Forward by Mark Evanier. Cover: Wally Wood. Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Space men! Conspiracies! Battles in the stars! The EC Comics Archives Incredible Science Fiction omnibus...
Becky Cloonan’s award-winning short stories collected into one beautiful collection of loss, love and devastating choice. Here’s a By Chance or Providence Review
Creator/Writer: Ryan Little Art: Chris Shehan Colors: Yuan Cakra The old gods aren’t as dead as they seem. Prometheus #1 delivers on what I’m not finding in mythic titles put out by major comic companies these days: a fresh...
Some of the biggest news of recent memory, the fans are stoked, as Young Justice: Outsiders is Coming, and I’m Here For It
A political analogue that almost works thanks to some twists, here’s our Warlords of Appalachia Volume 1 Review, via BOOM! Studios.
A lone female wolf assassin on a mission to topple a corrupt order based on a pagan godhead trying to obliterate the planet? Sign me up for Romulus vol 1!
The RR team takes a look at the heartbreaking perfection of this single issue
70 pages of jumbled plot, intricate flashbacks made tedious by too much dialogue and an art style that simply doesn’t fit.