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.
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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.
A great horror comics from a great publisher is what we have right here, right now.
One of the best new series of last year is getting all lubed up for the next arc, and it’s amazing!
It’s time to join the adventure, as an amazing creative team and a great publisher deliver a stellar comic with Adventureman #2.
There is a hidden power deep inside Rachel Roth, a power to stop evil incarnate. Is love, unity, and inner strength enough to draw it out?
AWA Studios may be a relatively new publisher to the comic book industry, but they are already leaving their mark.
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.
Is it an homage or is it a direct ripoff? It doesn’t matter, because this new one-shot is amazing! Check out our review for All-America Comix #1.
And now something completely different, we turn to writer/artist Branson Reese for a comedy comic strip collection. Because Hell Was Full!
A classic story of one of the greatest comic characters by one of the greatest comic creators, in our review for Usagi Yojimbo Volume 1.
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.
IDW adapts a horror novel from the master, and has an absolute winner on its hands. Here’s our review for Sleeping Beauties #1.
A brand new debut series from Image Comics that is one part police procedural and one part awesome! Here’s our review for That Texas Blood #1.
Two amazing franchises go head-to-head thanks to IDW and Dark Horse, and it’s a fantastic ride. Here’s our review for Transformers vs Terminator #2.
It’s the finale to the latest Q & W series! Villains attack! Quantum’s a ghost? A sidekick?!? And who is sending Woody these messages in Quantum & Woody #4?
An early look at an Image Comic title set to release in July, and this is one you do not want to miss. Here’s our review for BLISS #1.
Ninjas and vampires doing the whole police procedural thing in a terrific debut from a great creative team.
AWA Studios is not fooling around. A series of debut issues was amazing, but the awesome continues in our review for Year Zero #2.
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.
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One of the best new horror comics to hit the scene in some time is getting its first trade. Here’s our SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN Volume 1 review.
Who doesn’t love pirates?! I know I don’t want to meet that person, because pirates are cool! Exhibit A, this Image Comics book A Man Among Ye #1.
It’s never been a better time for independent comics, and we have a fine one right here. Check out our review for The Makers #2.
One of the best comic book series on store shelves today continues to please. Here’s our review for Gideon Falls #22 from Image Comics.
With so many books going for those dark ominous feeling and overall look, Bigs and Tiny #1 from Blackbox Comics is a breath of fresh air.
Marvel Comics has the Conan licenses, but there’s always a loophole as Ablaze Comics does this. Here’s our The Cimmerian: Red Nails review.
AWA Studios may be the new kid on the block in terms of publishing history, but that is swiftly changing. Here’s our review for Hotell #2.
A world where people suddenly develop super-powers in the best sort of ways. This is Capable #2 from writer Jonathan Hendrick.