It seems like the entire planet is on a lockdown, there’s no new comics, but we’re diving into back issues with an UNKILLABLES #2 review.
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Villains Seeking Hero #1 is the story of Master Molecule, a down-on-his-luck villain thrust into being a leader of a villain team, one he wants no part of.
There are no new comics, and we’re all trying to deal with this reality. So we’re diving into the library with a Goldie Vance Volume 1 review.
Comics are on pause, but we can still go back and look at some books we missed the first time around. It’s Day Eight – WOLVERINE #2.
We’re not getting comics nowadays, but Action Lab’s digital firsts are still dropping…for better or worse. Here’s a review for Burning Rubber One-Shot.
Comics are pause, some folks are taking it better than others, but we’re diving into back issues. No New Comics 2020: Day Seven – THE IMMORTAL HULK.
Comics are on pause due to these crazy times, but Action Lab has new Digital Firsts just ripe for reading.
We’re going back into the vault as new comics are currently on pause, and this is a great one! We’re taking a look back at Nightmares and Fairy Tales.
One of the best books to come out of TKO Studios, and there’s no better time to buy a copy as the publisher helps comic shops. Here’s our Sara review.
The classics are classic for a reason, and that’s why Dynamite is always going back to them for new stories. Here’s our review for Green Hornet Omnibus.
A recent debut from Image Comics and one hell of a great creator is this comic book issue. Here’s our review of MERCY #1.
In SILVER SURFER : BLACK, Donny Cates, Tradd Moore, and Dave Stewart reinvent the Silent Sentinel, and the oversize softcover Treasury Edition is beautiful.
The worldwide pandemic is impacting just about every aspect of life, including comics. You may be short on TP but there’s no shortage of TP!
With comics taking a bit of a forced break, we’re going back into the vault to look at some new classics.
Recommended to all but the youngest comics readers – get the hardcover, for the art.
From 1966-1967, Archie and his pals were agents of P.O.P. (Protect Our Planet) in the pages of Life With Archie.
Dandy Don the Valiant is back for another review, and this time around it’s a double dose of nostalgia with the TRANSFORMERS VS TERMINATOR #1 review.
The modern day Arthurian epic continues as the first volume leads to a series extension. Here’s our review for Once & Future #7.
The Year of Heroes continues over at Valiant Entertainment, but for some reason there’s also Quantum and Woody #3.
Comic are on pause for now, but that’s not going to stop us from good comics. We’re going into the back issues with a review of HUCK Volume 1.
This is a terrific series that may have gone under your radar. Play a bit of catch up with our review for Pretty Violent Volume 1.
Wizards and warlocks, magic and mystery, adventure and action: If you love all that you’ll love this!
Times are tough, lots of people are stuck at home, and there are a lot of ways to avoid boredom.
She’s back! This strong first issue has a lot of potential to be a thrilling sword and sorcery tale. Here’s our Killing Red Sonja #1 review.
Some great art cannot help a less than stellar story beyond an amazing premise in this debut from Dark Horse Comics.
It might look kid friendly but it’s for adults!
Prepare for a tale filled with frights!
The brand new publisher AWA Studios has released their first batch of debut issues, and they are good! Here’s our Hotell #1 Review.
A familiar premise doesn’t stop this debut from setting itself apart from similar comic series. Here’s our review for Wicked Things #1.
A mystery wrapped in a puzzle draped in an enigma make for quite the compelling comic book. Here’s our review of THE VISITOR #4.