Comics are on pause due to these crazy times, but Action Lab has new Digital Firsts just ripe for reading.
Author: Brian Wayne
There’s a brand new ninja turtle now, she’s an amazing character, and now she has her own spinoff comic!
DC Comics flagship title is in good hands and will no doubt be talked about in the same regards in no time.
The team up of the century continues from BOOM! Studios and IDW Publishing, and it’s good!
The boys are back, they are the only heroes who can save the world, and we’re all in BUG trouble! Here’s the Quantum and Woody #1 review.
It’s that time of year again: Where we look back at the year that was and all the cool stuff. Here’s Cheers to Comics! Podcast 2019’s Best of the Best.
This breakout hit series from IDW Publishing caught the world by storm, and this ish wraps the series nicely. Here’s a Canto #6 review.
This run on DC Comics’ flagship title has been nothing short of stellar. Here’s our very spoilery review of Detective Comics #1015.
Things get really screwed up as one of the best new books of the year continues to please. Here’s our review for Going to the Chapel #3.
The epic series that’s basically a modern day Wizard of Oz continues to please. Here’s our review of Skottie Young’s epic Middlewest #12.
This John Carpenter fellow may have a future in writing amazing popular fiction, as Year of the Villain: The Joker #1 is a terrific book.
One of the best series at Marvel Comics comes to an epic end from Rosenberg and Kudranski. Here’s our review of The Punisher #16.
It’s our review, GOSH! Things are a bit different for Napoleon and the gang, but how are things overall? We tell you in our Napoleon Dynamite #1 review.
One of the best under-the-radar titles in recent memory continues to please as the first volume wraps. This is Banjax #4. Here’s our review.
Bound to make you feel something, and I look forward to what else the title has in store.
One of the very best ongoing series over at Image Comics is still one of the best ongoings at Image Comics.
We’re reviewing a book with one of the coolest damned titles I’ve seen in quite some time.
Bob, Kevin and Walter have all come together to deliver a concept I feel was contrived solely for me.
Based off the animated series on Adult Swim, the IDW Publishing comic series is just as worthy of your time.
This issue introduces a curve ball that brings a whole new level of excitement.
An extreme piece of writing saved by some amazing artwork.
If you’re not reading this comic book you are missing out in a major way!
There are good comic books and then there are those that are more than that. This is one of them.
The “War of the Realms” event is all wrapped up. If you have been (trying) to follow this story as it is released, you probably found yourself confused with the timeline of events playing out. That would be because Marvel...
It’s been a long and hard road, but we’ve finally reached the end of this giant struggle.
There’s most definitely something here… you just have to look for it. And that’s half the fun!
The brand new series from writer Aubrey Sitterson and artist Fico Ossio about what happens when the war is over.
The war is finally winding down, but not before the big crescendo moment. Is it here?
We’re digging in to some independent/smaller press stuff with a vengeance in this wild ride of a comic book.
Our team of roving reporters is hitting as many conventions as they can this here, and here’s another one!