“This is the kind of comic we need more of; intelligent accessible and creative that is perfect for getting young adults into reading comics.” (Comic Spectrum) The Fall arc of NUTMEG (collecting the first six issues) is now available in...
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1000 CE. When a Vatican official under is murdered on the infamous “Black Road” while under the care of Magnus The Black, Magnus uncovers a secret so big it threatens to change the balance of power in all of Europe.
What could possibly go wrong?
It’s free! What are you waiting for?
This one is really fun!
This is an amazing series!
Written by: Dexter Taylor, Paul Kupperberg, Alex Simmons Art by: Dexter Taylor, Jim Amash, Pat Kennedy, Rudy Lapick, Tim Kennedy Published by Archie Comics Welcome to another edition of Family Comic Friday. It’s where an established comic book collector reviews...
VAMPBLADE VOLUME 5: The journey to DANGER DOLL SQUAD! Writer(s): Jason Martin Artist Name(s): Marco Maccagni Cover Artist(s): Winston Young Published by Action Lab 128 pgs./ M / FC $14.99 In this volume of VAMPBLADE, readers get not just Katie...
“I honestly am already becoming a fan of the diversity of the characters that populate this world.”
This looks cool!
Story by: Marcel Dupree, John Griz, Julien Kohlman, and Guido Martinez Art by: Lucas Perdomo Colors by: Marco Pagnotta Letters by: Brant Fowler Cover by: Joel Cotejar and Marco Pagnotta Variant Cover by: Fredrico Sabbatini and Chiara Miriade Join the...
No Surrender is coming!
To help the homeless.
Alex Paknadel and Artyom Trakhanov give us a future Earth recently liberated from alien occupation – thanks to Marta Gonzalez. So why do people call her a turncoat? Read on to find out more.
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There are some comics that can be described as a thrill ride but Grrl Scouts #6 cut the brake lines completely and did so while laughing hysterically.
Lemire and Nguyen prove that they’ve still got a long way to go before overstaying their welcome with Descender. Find out why in this Descender #25 review.
Icons continues to hit!
It’s all just a bit too much, isn’t it?
In the Beginning Depending on who you ask, the answer may vary on the origin of horror comics. Mike Howlett, a horror comics history scholar, would tell you to look back to December 1940 for the comic based on Mary...