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.
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.
The boys from WhoDoo TV get into a new Image Comic from a great creative team.
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.
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.
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.
It’s not the best Star Wars movie, but it’s one hell of a great ride.
Gaumer and AKADavid talk Solo, toy documentaries, and, of course, a whole lot of comics.
In this Florida Man #2 review, we see this issue reach its dramatic conclusion. With its character additions, excellent coloring, lines, and dialogue, #2 is a must-read.
The latest Star Wars movies is here, and the fanbase is torn. Is it good or is it bad? We take a look
This is it, True Believers, the conclusion of World War Hulk II, but does it live up to the original?
A new TMNT title that’s actually one of the older TMNT titles, as IDW reprints a classic.
The boys of WhoDooTV are all over this Valiant series as things get dangerous in this issue. Check out the WhoDooTV Reviews: X-O MANOWAR (2017) #14. Writer: Matt Kindt Artist: Ariel Olivetti THE MOMENT MORE THAN A YEAR IN THE...
The Merc-with-a-Mouth’s second time around is just as good as the first.
We talk Deadpool 2, The Royal Wedding, review way too many comic books, and more.
One of the beautiful parts about working in a rather disorganized comic book store is that you often find something unexpected. While I am still fairly new to the world of manga, I have nailed down a couple of facts....
It’s here, and it’s amazing!
A dark and suspenseful horror series from Garth Ennis, Goran Sudzuku and Aftershock Comics and the first issue does not disappoint.
Already been optioned for a movie, and it’s well-deserved.
These out-of-continuity Batman stories are really going over well.