Great art drives a story that has not yet hit its stride in this debut issue from Dynamite Entertainment.
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There’s nothing going on in movie theaters right now, but that’s not stopping DC from doing something. So here’s Wonder Woman 1984 #1.
Vault Comics assembles a damn good creative team for a pretty damn good debut issue.
We’re going back to the very start of it all for those warring Cybertronians with an amazing look. Here’s the Secrets & Lies #1 Preview.
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.
We’re back to arguably the best of the Trek series thanks to IDW Publishing. Here’s the Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Too Long a Sacrifice #1.
One of the best horror comic book series on comic shop shelves is from BOOM! Studios, and we have a new review for Red Mother #6.
The huge franchise is moving forward with some dramatic changes from publisher BOOM! Studios. The second of two new series, this is Power Rangers #1.
Written by Vampirella’s own Christopher Priest, drawn by Gabriel Ibarra in his mainstream debut, here’s the Sacred Six #1 Preview.
Arguably THE best comic book on store shelves today just keeps on going and getting better. Here’s our review for GIDEON FALLS #23.
One of the biggest names in comics is coming to one of the biggest franchises in comics.
Another new comic book day is right around the corner. It happens every week around that time.
The latest Netflix movie just so happens to be based off of a comic book, and the guys are talking about it and more!
A whole lot of issues, one really great event, and now it’s on to new and bigger things, just as it should, as BOOM! announces Mighty Morphin #1.
Dark Horse Announces ASSASSIN’S CREED VALHALLA: SONG OF GLORY; Comics Prequel for the Upcoming Video Game
The game is, of course, getting some comics! Story driven games always need more story, so Dark Horse Announces ASSASSIN’S CREED VALHALLA.
“We live in a world where the dating app is the preferred tool for finding a relationship,” as comiXology announces Virtually Yours.
The epic Arthurian legend comic book series about an old woman and her grandson is definitely worth your time.
Acclaimed Comic Creators — including Charlie Adlard, Alex Paknadel, and Hannah Berry — present the new series PLANET DIVOC-91.
Writer Cullen Bunn’s latest endeavor is a crowd-funded project that sounds great. Check out DEMOCRITUS BRAND AND THE ENDLESS MACHINES Kickstarter Spotlight.
The book all about the band with the cult following of weird and cool people has some news as GRATEFUL DEAD ORIGINS Gets a Jerry Week Release.
This week on Outright Geekery’s Comic Book Shit-Talk Show we, obviously, talk shit on comics! That and more on This Geek in Comics for 7-12-2020.
The Kree and the Skrull have united under a single banner, and things can only get worse from there.
The Iron Man 2020 event has been great so far, it’s an important story given the subtext, and here’s there 2020 iWolverine #1 Preview.
The Dawn of X gets back into form along with the rest of the comic industry, and the Krakoan Ambassador does his thing.
Finally the symbiote god will invade Earth, and nothing will ever be the same. Check it out as Marvel Comics Announces KING IN BLACK.
We’re blessed with this amazing variant cover, but it’s all about that video preview HYPE for the new series with the SEVEN SECRETS #1 Trailer.
DC Comics announced today that as part of August’s Fandome online convention, the publisher will look at your art. Yup, there’s now a portfolio review for DC Fandome.
The deal is for multiple years, the books will star Miles Morales, Kamala Khan, Shuri and more, as Scholastic is doing Marvel Comics.
Get in that spooky spirit with a double dose of scary from a big publisher as DC Comics Announces Two Halloween Anthologies.
The guys are back reviewing the latest Valiant Entertainment comic book releases. It’s Quantum and Woody #4 on Get Valiant #168.