Snyder, Williamson and Tynion continue their merry Justice League romp! Does it succeed in all it wants to? Or does it fall on its face? Find out in this review for Justice League: No Justice #2!
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Belladonna and her crew are stranded on an island! Will they able to survive or will the dark forces that chase them prevail? Find out in this review for Belladonna Fire and Fury #5!
The much anticipated prologue to all of the best upcoming DC Events is here! But is it worth the hype? Find out in this review for DC Nation #0!
The Terrifics are stuck together! Can they stop arguing for five seconds to fight The War Wheel of Doom? Find out in The Terrifics #3!
Writer – Marc Andreyko Art – Kewber Baal Colors – Jorge Sutil Publisher – Dynamite Comics Dynamite comics brings the legend of Jeepers Creepers to comics. Writing Jeepers Creepers #1 is a fantastically written issue by Marc Andreyko. Marc has...
At last, Sideways fights his first villain, Killspeed, in Sideways #3!
Shaun Barbour reviews volume 3 of the indie comic “Psychosis” in this week’s Indie Smash or Grab!
DC’s New Age of Heroes Continues! In The Silencer #2, we see Honor and Talia against the man called Remedy who put a bounty on Talia’s head. Can Honor defeat this threat or is this at last her final mission?
The Ballad of Sang #1 Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Alessandro Micelli & Shari Chankhamma Kidnapped off the streets of the Philippines as an infant and trained as a child assassin, Sang has never had a childhood. All he’s ever known...
Writer – Matthew Erman Art – Lisa Sterle Publisher – Scout comics Piper & Frances have an unwelcome guest that results in some awkward boning time. Writing Long Lost issue 2 is a fun read where stuff happens but nothing...
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.
Created by – Patrick Kindlon & Maria LLovet Writer – Patrick Kindlon Art – Maria LLovet Letters – Jim Campbell Publisher – Black Mask ‘There’s nothing There’ concludes with a thought provoking issue that opens the gates for discussion....
The mystery ramps up to the best issue so far. Character focused writing and beautifully expressive art leads to a perfect score for this evocative fantasy
It really all does come crashing down in Suicide Squad #24. The character arcs, the plot, the shockingly good run of issues, and yes, the narrative.
Things go pear-shaped for Ohara and Shirai Tomohiro’s plan to stay low in Wayward 23 with what is a quick to action issue leaving you wanting more.
Writer – Lights Art – Lights Publisher – Dynamite Entertainment Issue two explores En philosophy of the Red sector and herself in this thought provoking issue. Writing This issue only has two characters interacting and for them to work, there...
What the hell is the deal with Rowan Black, anyway? For that matter, just how many “real” witches are there? What is the bond that ties Rowan and Alex together? Is the series really coming back, or is this just the creative team messing with your heads? – See more at: https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/black-magick-6#sthash.it7uFdtN.dpuf
Mulder & Scully are back and fill that Stranger Things hole we all have in our hearts. This issue gives us a bit more of both Mulder’s & Scully’s origins