The premiere team at DC Comics is now three teams…at least.
Author: Aaron Kessel
Neil Gaiman’s dream world is back in all of its wonder, but how did this return play out?
A giant monster story with a modern-day twist in this new kaiju style title from Image Comics and great creators.
Those turtles are still going strong after all these years, and this series has hit 25 issues! Here’s our review for TMNT Universe #25.
Bebop and Rocksteady Hit the Road is the sequel to last year’s Bebop and Rocksteady Destroy Everything. This time around, the boys feel it may be time for a change from their villainous ways and the best way to start...
This was one terrific, violent, bloody surprise from Image Comics and writer Robert Kirkman.
A new TMNT title that’s actually one of the older TMNT titles, as IDW reprints a classic.
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....
Red Sonja and Tarzan face a time travelling foe! Is this team up by acclaimed author Gail Simone any good or is it just a cashgrab? Find out in this review for Red Sonja/ Tarzan #1!
Dark Horse Comics has an upcoming comic book series debut, and we had a chance to sit down with two of the best creators in the business
Sword Daughter is a Viking tale of revenge and reunion from a lost father and daughter. Together, they will journey to avenge their family and town and hopefully become a family again.
From Image Comics, writer Steve Orlando, and artist Garry Brown comes Crude.
We’re late to the party, but we’re not going to ignore some great comics just because we missed the bus.
Isola #1 is the brand new book from Image Comics and the extraordinary creative team of Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl.
DC’s “other” line of superhero books continues its hardcover releases, and this time around it’s all about that space cop.
Writer/artist/all-around cool guy Rich Tommaso talks Dry County, his latest Image Comics series, as well as his next series, in this interview.
Rich Tommaso’s Dry County, a crime series for the everyman, provides a slice of life of Miami newspaper comic artist that, like many good stories, can only go horribly wrong. The first issue features a solid start to the story and incredible art!
Things take a turn in Moonshine #7 from image Comics and the creative powerhouse of writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso.
From Image Comics, and the creative powerhouse of writer Jeff Lemire and artist Andrea Sorrentino.
For a “Dungeons and Dragons” with shenanigans comic, it’s a blast.
This is only the first of five issues and I can already tell the series is going to be incredible.
Berger Books will definitely be an imprint to keep an eye on!
What does a lowly custodian have that the finest soldiers are lacking in? Follow along as I interview series writer/creator Greg Pak for a bit more insight!
The end is here…for Cyborg!
The story is incredibly solid.
Black Crown begins!
There’s a slow burn with this read that tells me it’s going to be a wildfire once it gets going. Check that and more out in my advanced review of Slots #1.
This Fall, Dan Panosian brings us the first in his new series, Slots #1. Read along to see how Dan felt about his first creator owned experience.
“Renato Jones: Freelancer is one of those books that is a blast to read. If you’re looking for a fun, action packed, violent social commentary, this is the book for you!”