I just don’t see where you can go wrong with this issue. Here’s our review for Aquaman #37.
Lemire and Sorrentino continue to ramp up the intrigue in Gideon Falls #4. Conspiracy theories, secret societies, and a small town murder all connected.
Post Traumatic opens a window into MIke Shinoda’s mind following the death of his friend Chester Bennington. This 16-track album is a must listen.
Cullen Bunn is a genius. So what’s up with THE UNSOUND ? Yes, many of its failings are artistic, but…read my review of THE UNSOUND TPB to find out more.
A solid reintroduction of a fan-favorite, Golden Age era character as Simone and Melo bring Plastic Man #1 to readers.
An intense, raw, and in your face story that you can’t help to not put down
The Weatherman #1 is finally here after a successful hype campaign. The question now is did Jody Leheup, Nathan Fox, and Dave Stewart deliver?
This is for mature audiences only! Can you handle it? You probably can.
There’s not much new ground being broke with this one, but there’s still something worthwhile there.
THE EXPANSE SEASON THREE : it’s got more than just brilliant SFX and detailed production design. Let me tell you all about it…
Nancy Drew #1 Writer: Kelly Thompson Artist: Jenn St-Onge Colorist: Triona Farrell Letterer: Ariana Maher Edited & Packaged By: Nate Cosby Dynamite Entertainment Spoiler alert: This review may contain plot spoilers for the first issue of Nancy Drew #1. A...
Coming out of the gates strong, The Magic Order is Millar’s first book sold to Netflix and we couldn’t be more pleased with it. Adventure, violence, magic, and monsters collide in this advance review.
It’s another great science fiction title from Image Comics, but it wasn’t perfect at all.
It’s not everyday that you meet someone who has worked with some of the legends of comic book history while working on a project about some of history’s greatest figures. But that’s exactly what I’ve gotten to do in interviewing Rob Jones about his new comic book series Highspot.
The boys from WhoDoo TV get into a new Image Comic from a great creative team.
My Little Pony fans of all ages will delight at this new series. Compared to a lot of all-ages mystery stories, this one isn’t at all scary. It was smartly written and the mystery was actually a very good one.
Lovebites took the world by storm with their debut, Awakening From Abyss. Now they are back with EP, Battle Against Damnation and it’s good.
Sean Murphy wraps his amazing Elseworlds Batman story with style as this brilliant series comes to a close.
Who would have thought that if I had a choice to suggest the new R.A. Salvatore novel Children Of A Mad God, or an author whose releasing a debut novel, that I would suggest that you skip Salvatore and go...
Tesseract is a band that despite having 3 vocalist in less than 10 years have not managed to release a bad record.
Delivering a completely unique and gratifying concept album that delivers on all fronts.
KISS/Army of Darkness #4 is the penultimate issue of this fantastic crossover series from Dynamite comics. The Kiss army are holding while they face evil Sheila and a deadite Ash. You do not want to miss KISS/Army of Darkness #4.
Sage the ranger dreams of adventure while dealing with slacker roommates and a boring desk job.
The Millarworld hit and blockbuster movie sensation has wrapped its latest arc and it was a great one.
After many years of forced servitude, Jack gets free from his capture and decides to go on a vengeance streak! But is it a journey worth taking? Find out in this review for Shanghai Red #1!
Outright Geekery review Ghost’s latest album ‘Prequelle.’
Presented here is a look at the backstory of one of Cobra’s best: The Baroness.
Marc Andreyko, Kewber Baal and Jorge Sutil continue Devon’s adventure are he researches the mythical ‘creeper’ across multiple cultures. In Jeepers Creepers #2 Devon learns what the ‘creepers’ hunts for.
Hit-Girl’s time in Colombia comes to an action packed conclusion!
While on vacation, Cassie and Vlad meet Vampirella and must join forces to defeat the Blood Red Queen of Hearts! Does this team up work? Or is it another cash grab that joins 2 random properties together? Find out in this review for Hack/Slash v. Vampirella: The Heart Is A Lonely Killer!