Mixed with fun and teenage drama, this series from Vault Comics just keeps getting better and better.
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A brilliant concept is being carried by some great art and pretty good writing as we take a look at Vault Comics Finger Guns #2.
Vault Comics assembles a damn good creative team for a pretty damn good debut issue.
Is AWA Studios still an upstart comic book publisher? Technically, yes. But actually they may be the best in the industry. Here’s a Year Zero #3 review.
Arguably THE best comic book on store shelves today just keeps on going and getting better. Here’s our review for GIDEON FALLS #23.
A great horror comics from a great publisher is what we have right here, right now.
It’s time to join the adventure, as an amazing creative team and a great publisher deliver a stellar comic with Adventureman #2.
AWA Studios may be a relatively new publisher to the comic book industry, but they are already leaving their mark.
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.
AWA Studios does it again: Gives comic book fans an amazing debut comic book. Check out our review for Devil’s Highway #1.
IDW adapts a horror novel from the master, and has an absolute winner on its hands. Here’s our review for Sleeping Beauties #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.
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.
Dandy Don the Valiant’s Review: SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN Volume 1 – Her Name Is Erica Slaughter. She Kills Monsters!
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.
Dandy Don the Valiant’s Interview with Dave Howlett – Writer & Artist of THE MAKERS (Paskettiwestern Productions)
We sit down for an interview with Dave Howlett, the comic book creator behind The Makers and more about where he came from and where he’s going.
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.
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.
AWA studios may be a relatively new publisher to the comic book industry, but the quality of their titles says otherwise. This is The Resistance #2.
Here’s a new independent title that any fan of comics is going to adore, as The Makers #1 plays with and celebrates comic book history in the best of ways.
The Twilight Zone, the works of Alfred Hitchcock, and now, yes, AWA Studios’ HOTELL #1. It’s good company to be in if you deserve it, and this does.
AWA studios is at is again. Another new issue release; another rave review. Do not miss this publisher! Here’s our review for ARCHANGEL 8 #2.
The name is Adventure and, holy crap, is this debut issue filled to the brim with it. Here’s our review for Adventureman #1 from Image Comics.
There’s a new kid on the comic book publishing block, it’s full of awesome creators, and we have an example with this Year Zero #1 review.
Arguably THE best comic book writer on the planet has another winner of a series on his hands. Here’s our review for FAMILY TREE Volume 1.
There’s a brand new series debut from Aftershock Comics, it’s pretty good, and we have a review of the new series debut of DEAD DAY #1.
Comics are on pause, we’re all catching up on some books we missed in one way or another. Here’s our review for X-Men #9 from Marvel Comics.
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.