Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #0 is the perfect introduction to the new series airing on Nickelodeon later this year.
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Fear Of The Dark is the first story from Andy Diggle and Stephen Segovia and a proper story for old and new fans of Shadowman.
Story: Jean-Charles Gaudin Art: Joan Urgell Colors: Folny Translator: Marc Bourbon-Crook Editor/Letters (in translation): Kirsten Murray Publisher: Statix Press/Titan Comics Tired of zombies? I was. I’m all-too-aware of the public’s endless fascination with post-apocalyptic narrative, and one of my least...
Jamie ME writer of the hit comic, Start Again is back with a political thriller to rival House of Cards in the form of Queen #1
What happens when a city’s greatest heroes, The Mighty Vanguard, are abducted without a trace? A group of teen sidekicks known as the Superfreaks answer the call of justice when an old enemy comes for them all. I think I...
There’s some awesome cameos, of which I expect more in the remaining 5 issues.
Matthew Erman and Lisa Sterle are back with Long Lost Book Two #1 the continuation of their hit series Long Lost. A wonderfully unsettling horror comic.
Finally, a hardcover collection of Eisner-Award winner and Milk And Cheese creator Evan Dorkin’s stories and strips from his series Dork.
Enaia Jin, is just a girl, wishing her life was different. In the Post-Apocalyptic future that is ruled by the Tempest Corporation, that is anything but easy. How can one find hope in a seemingly hopeless world?
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Story/Pencils: Eric Henson Inks: Michael Babinski Colors: Steve Downer Letters: Robert Doan Editors: Jamillah Henson/Todd Dezago Publisher: Alterna Comics There’s something rotten on Earth, and Eden’s allegedly the answer. In the grip of a dominant invading alien force, Eden offers...
This was one terrific, violent, bloody surprise from Image Comics and writer Robert Kirkman.
BOOM! is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of this storied franchise, and it’s so wonderful to see.
Antonius Axia returns in the third chapter of Britannia from Valiant Entertainment.
DC Comics’ epic sequel to one of the greatest pieces of literature ever created continues.
VE continues to deliver fan-favorite characters in amazing stories.
Written by Dan Abnett Artwork and Coloring by Viktor Bogdanovic / Mike Spicer Lettering by Tom Napolitano Cover by Sandra Hope, John Romita Jr. Published by DC Comics Assassins between us When Honor discovers Talia’s plans for absolute control over...
This 2000AD classic is a classic for a reason, and it’s a good reason. Check out our review for Slaine: The Horned God from Simon Bisley.
Metaphase is one of the important comics to be published in the past decade. In my opinion, it’s books like Metaphase that has helped open the flood gates to diversity in comic books! But unlike most comic book creators, Chip Reece has done it right.
Devon’s hunt for Jeepers heats up as he gain’s more clues about his whereabouts in Jeepers Creepers #3, from Marc Andreyko and Kewber Baal.
Pumpkinhead by legendary horror writer Cullen Bunn and artist Blacky Shepherd reaches its dramatic conclusion in Pumpkinhead #5
Something Real is the latest horror comic from indie comic creators Joey Turnage and Ian Millar. This is a game-changing horror comic.
A wonder to read and sure to become a classic, this new title from Image Comics and creator Mirka Andolfo is terrific.
Michael Gatti creator of the series Untitled history of the Human condition is back. This time with a new webcomic entitled, Siamese Ninja Heroes!
This time, The Terrifics must fight a whole city filled with Metamorphos ! Can they do it? Find out in this review for The Terrifics #5!
A new arc begins, and new and old readers alike can jump right into this series right now.
The Standoff #1 opens with a simple scene and quickly escalates to a sci-fi gorefest that promises a lot more blood will be spilled before the series ends. It’s a solid read with an almost cinematic experience very few comic books achieve.
DE unleashes yet another mini-series for this fan-favorite character.
Another hit issue for this series from Image Comics and comic book badboy Mark Millar.
I just don’t see where you can go wrong with this issue. Here’s our review for Aquaman #37.