Paradiso #2 Story: Ram V Art: Devmalya Pramanik Colors: Dearbhla Kelly Letters: Aditya Bidikar Editor: Lizzie Kaye Publisher: Image Comics Well, we’re up the proverbial creek now, aren’t we? Paradiso #2 has a lot of work to do to advance...
Author: Christa Harader
I’m not shocked, appalled or creeped out beyond belief – I’ll need more from Miller and team to earn those high notes, but I’m seriously pleased by a juicy visual feast that promises some old-school nods and drug trip-goodness.
It’s hard work to deliver enough of a baseline plot while quickly introducing a new audience to your complex universe in a digestible way, and Ram V almost nails it.
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...
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.
Beanworld Volume 4 promises cosmic-level changes for Beanish, Mr. Spook, Professor Garbanzo and the whole Beanworld bunch. Read on to find out more !
Detention is groovy, baby, in the Ash vs. The Army of Darkness #1 review as Dynamite Entertainment’s badboy goes back for more.
In Modern Testament Volume 4, we find sympathy for the Devil! And hey, Death, be not proud – you’re fired! Also – Daddy’s home! Read on to find out more.
Jack Kirby: The Forever People, Artist’s Edition Review: TARUU! IDW Publishing Publishing: Ted Adams Proofreader: Scott Tipton Designer: Randall Dahlk Editor: Scott Dunbier It can be hard to remember that we didn’t always have The King’s 4th World – Darkseid,...
If you grew up in America as a Gen Xer or Millennial, you remember Xena: Warrior Princess. If you grew up as a queer kid from either generation, you definitely remember Xena: Warrior Princess. Her first omnibus takes you for a stroll down memory lane
Cates and Brown plant more than enough original seeds to keep you engaged. After all, not every teen birth begins with earthquakes linked to the mother’s contractions
Humans are destroying the world, from the majestic creatures of the ocean to the citizens beaten by the law. a reckoning in store in Destroyer #1 Review.