One of the best horror writers in the business really ups the scare factor in the latest issue from ONi Press.
Author: Joe Bones
We’re diving into a Kickstarter project with a new comic book series MMA fans do not want to miss.
Things just keep getting weirder and weirder on this show, but that’s the point of it all.
The latest from the DC Television Universe (if there IS such a thing) is a hit and we cannot get enough.
Arguably the best of the DC series currenlty on television, here’s our review for Doom Patrol S2E5 showing on both DC Universe and HBO Max.
There’s a new science fiction double feature comic in stores from Antarctic Press, and it’s good. Here’s our Offworld Sci-Fi Double Feature #1 Review.
Scout Comics has an upcoming horror comic about to hit shelves, and you should check it out. Here’s our review for It Eats What Feeds It #1.
The DC Universe…err, CW show continues to please, but there are some bumps on the way. Check out this review for Stargirl Episode 8.
The latest season of this breakout hit continues and it continues to please audiences AND our reviewer. Here’s our Doom Patrol S2E4 review.
Ahoy Comics has been dealing some amazing work to comic book fans, and this issue is absolutely no different. Here’s our review for Billionaire Island #2.
And now something completely different, we turn to writer/artist Branson Reese for a comedy comic strip collection. Because Hell Was Full!
We’re well into the first season of the newest DC television adaptation, and it’s a winner. Here’s our review for Stargirl Episode 7.
Arguably THE best show to come out of DC Entertainment’s more recent offerings for the small screen, here’s our Doom Patrol S2 E2 & 3 Review.
Arguably THE best of the DC Comics television adaptations, and that success continues with a new season. Here’s our Doom Patrol S2E1 Review.
This latest arc of DC Comics Justice League Dark has come to an end, and what an end! Here’s our review for The Parliaments of Life.
They can’t all be winners, and a great premise just can’t save poor execution. Here’s our review for Danger Devil #1 from Source Point Press.
The newest thing from DC Comics and their television department is this series, and fans are loving it. Here’s our Stargirl Episode 6 review.
From comiXology Originals and a terrific creative team comes a followup volume to a fantastic debut. Here’s our review for Ask for Mercy volume 2.
A powerful story with amazing artwork that everyone should read. From Scout Comics and a great creative team, here’s our review for Yasmeen #1.
The newest DC television sensation is here, fans are really enjoying it, but it’s not without its problems. Here’s our Stargirl Episode 5 review.
A world where people suddenly develop super-powers in the best sort of ways. This is Capable #2 from writer Jonathan Hendrick.
Representation is important, and this series gets diversity in a whole new way. Here’s our review of the independent comic Capable #1.
Scout Comics continues to deliver some great comics, and we have another one for you to check out. Here’s our Last Stop TPB Review.
We’re continuing our deep dive into the first season of the latest DC Hero television series. Here’s our Stargirl Episode 4 review.
This issue ups the ante on both the action and the drama as we dive into this independent comic series with a Exordium #2 review.
A gem from the independent comic book scene and a comic you’ll be hearing more about. Here’s our review for Venus Rises: Exordium Chapter 1.
The Boys are back! The hit comic turned hit streaming series has, of course, come back for more. Here’s our the Boys: Dear Becky #1 Review.
The next bit thing from DC TV is here, fans are really loving it, and so are we. Check out our review for Stargirl Episode 3.
They can’t all be winners, and while there’s some good things happening, they just aren’t all that great. Here’s our review for Dejah Thoris Volume 2.
BOOM! Studios has a great series going on right now, it has a wonderful creative team, and here’s our review for Alienated #3.