DC Preview: Return To The Dark Multiverse With ‘Hush’ And ‘Flashpoint’

Following last year's Tales From The Dark Multiverse one-shots, DC Comics is taking readers on two more trips to the bleak realm this November. The...

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #46 – “Sins Rising” Part II

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #46 hits your local comic book store August 12th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive three-page preview...
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DC Comics First Look: DCEASED Dead Planet #3

DC's new series DCeased: Dead Planet continues, and now comes a first look at issue #3 with the start of the "Earth War" storyline. Check...

Review: Reformatting Your Consciousness In FAR SECTOR #7

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell return to the City Enduring with the 7th issue of their outstanding comic series, Far Sector. While...

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: LONELY RECEIVER #1

LONELY RECEIVER #1 hits your local comic book store September 2nd, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...

Review: Wade Has The Ultimate Case Of FOMO In DEADPOOL #6

DEADPOOL #6, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, is an exciting X-Men tie-in event featuring our favorite mercenary. It seems Wade...

Review: ICE CREAM MAN #20 Embodies An Alternate Dr. Seuss

ICE CREAM MAN #20 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, bringing readers along on a journey to new levels of horror. This...

Review: JIM HENSON’S STORYTELLER – GHOSTS #4 Honors The Dead

JIM HENSON'S STORYTELLER - GHOSTS #4, available from BOOM! Studios on August 5th, is a Slavic tale of death, loss, love and the power...

Featured Reviews

Review: Reformatting Your Consciousness In FAR SECTOR #7

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell return to the City Enduring with the 7th issue of their outstanding comic series, Far Sector. While...

Review: Wade Has The Ultimate Case Of FOMO In DEADPOOL #6

DEADPOOL #6, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, is an exciting X-Men tie-in event featuring our favorite mercenary. It seems Wade...

Review: ICE CREAM MAN #20 Embodies An Alternate Dr. Seuss

ICE CREAM MAN #20 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, bringing readers along on a journey to new levels of horror. This...

Review: JIM HENSON’S STORYTELLER – GHOSTS #4 Honors The Dead

JIM HENSON'S STORYTELLER - GHOSTS #4, available from BOOM! Studios on August 5th, is a Slavic tale of death, loss, love and the power...

Review: REAVER #10 Solves A Mystery And Breaks Your Heart

REAVER #10, available from Image Comics on August 5th, finally brings Essen and Rekala face-to-face with the mysterious Stagger and the plan he has...

Review: EMPYRE: X-MEN #2 – Magik is a [email protected]$$!

Marvel Comics releases the second issue of the Empyre tie-in series Empyre: X-Men #2 August 05. Writers Gerry Duggan, Ben Percy, and Leah Williams are joined by artist...
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DC Comics First Look: DCEASED Dead Planet #3

DC's new series DCeased: Dead Planet continues, and now comes a first look at issue #3 with the start of the "Earth War" storyline. Check out the preview cover art and pages below: The sequel to the bestselling miniseries continues! THR’s Heat Vision calls DCeased: Dead Planet “a tense and surprisingly fun read as the next-generation...

Review: Reformatting Your Consciousness In FAR SECTOR #7

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell return to the City Enduring with the 7th issue of their outstanding comic series, Far Sector. While every issue has brought along a massive change for Sojourner Mullein's tenure on The City Enduring, this one dives deep into the world of cyberpunk...

Exclusive Previews

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #46 – “Sins Rising” Part II

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #46 hits your local comic book store August 12th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive three-page preview...

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: LONELY RECEIVER #1

LONELY RECEIVER #1 hits your local comic book store September 2nd, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...

Scout Comics Exclusive Preview: GRIT #2 Dives Deeper Into The Swamp

GRIT #2 hits your local comic book store August 26th, but thanks to Scout Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for...

Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #5

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #5 hits your local comic book store August 5th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive...

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: THE MAN WHO F#%&ED UP TIME #5

THE MAN WHO F#%&ED UP TIME #5 hits your local comic book store August 26th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

AfterShock Exclusive Preview: DEAD DAY #3 – Beware Of The Girl With Purple Hair

DEAD DAY #3 hits your local comic book store on September 16, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page...

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: LONELY RECEIVER #1

LONELY RECEIVER #1 hits your local comic book store September 2nd, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for you. About the issue: Catrin Vander, a lonely video producer, buys an Artificial Intelligence partner that’s meant to bond for life. After ten years together, her holographic...

Review: Wade Has The Ultimate Case Of FOMO In DEADPOOL #6

DEADPOOL #6, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, is an exciting X-Men tie-in event featuring our favorite mercenary. It seems Wade Wilson has developed a king-sized grudge against the mutant group, but for what reason? Story In a desperate attempt to crash the X-Men's party, Wade enlists his...

Review: DISASTER INC #2 Is A Modern Horror For A Modern World

Disaster Inc is a very modern horror. It has a visual style that contradicts classic horror comics, opting for a clearer, cleaner aesthetic.

Review: JIM HENSON’S STORYTELLER – GHOSTS #4 Honors The Dead

JIM HENSON'S STORYTELLER - GHOSTS #4, available from BOOM! Studios on August 5th, is a Slavic tale of death, loss, love and the power...

Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #4 — Boring Truths vs Entertaining Lies

I hesitate to call DC Comics' Strange Adventures #4 boring. That obviously has some negative implications, which aren't true of this issue. It is boring...

Review: MY LITTLE PONY/TRANSFORMERS #1 Is A Childhood Dream Come True

My Little Pony/Transformers #1 by James Asmus, Ian Flynn, Tony Flees, Jake M. Wood, Jake Lawrence, Luis Antonio Delgado, and Neil Uyetake brings two...

Review: Wade Has The Ultimate Case Of FOMO In DEADPOOL #6

DEADPOOL #6, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, is an exciting X-Men tie-in event featuring our favorite mercenary. It seems Wade...

Exclusive Interviews

Exclusive Interview: Jason Howard Talks BIG GIRLS #1

BIG GIRLS #1 hits your local comic book shop on August 12, but thanks to Image Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots was able to chat...

Self-Published Spotlight: THE BABOON AND PINK LEMONADE JAMBOREE

Welcome to Self-Published Spotlight, a regular interview column where I will be highlighting self-published comics and the creators and small print publishers who make...

Interview: Sara Kenney Takes On The World With PLANET DIVOC-91

Planet DIVOC-91 Chapter 1 dropped on WEBTOON yesterday for FREE, and Monkeys Fighting Robots was able to catch up with the writer of the...

Interview: Tom Scioli on JACK KIRBY: THE EPIC LIFE OF THE KING OF COMICS

Tom Scioli is no stranger to Jack Kirby and Kirby's comics. In much of his work, like Godland and IDW'a Go-Bots, Scioli's Kirby love...

Deep Dive With Artist Ryan Browne Of QUANTUM & WOODY

Quantum & Woody #4 hits your local comic book shop on July 8, but thanks to Valiant Entertainment, Monkeys Fighting Robots was able...

Scott Tipton and David Tipton Breakdown STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE – TOO LONG A SACRIFICE #1 Preview

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Too Long A Sacrifice #1 hits your local comic shop July 15, but thanks to IDW Publishing, Monkeys...

Review: ICE CREAM MAN #20 Embodies An Alternate Dr. Seuss

ICE CREAM MAN #20 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, bringing readers along on a journey to new levels of horror. This issue ironically markets itself toward "kids," which means it will be safe for anything but that demographic. It seems the nefarious Ice Cream Man has...

Review: JIM HENSON’S STORYTELLER – GHOSTS #4 Honors The Dead

JIM HENSON'S STORYTELLER - GHOSTS #4, available from BOOM! Studios on August 5th, is a Slavic tale of death, loss, love and the power of a promise. Ver's story and art is worthy of the most heartfelt entries from any anthology series such as The Twilight Zone or Amazing...

Review: Walking Dead #114 – “We’re Going To War.”

"Walking Dead" #114 is the build up of a story-arc that started in a gut-wrenching 100th issue that introduced a very evil gentleman named Negan and his baseball bat "Lucille." This is a mature audience book (R-rated) and Kirkman gives Negan a dialogue that makes me squirm in my chair.

Review: The Bat is Back in Town in BATMAN #80

The Battle for Gotham begins in Batman #80, hitting shelves this week from DC Comics. All things considered, the stakes couldn’t be much higher. Batman...

Review: THE VISITOR #4 – Revelations Both Mundane And Villainous

The Visitor #4 is to the point where everything finally starts to have some revelations, at least in terms of morals. But is it...

SEVEN TO ETERNITY Comes Back In Full Force With #10

Seven To Eternity comes back from it's break in a big way with issue #10. Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña take us back to the Land of Zhal.

Revolution Brewing Brings The Beer And Now Comics To C2E2

Each year for C2E2, Revolution Brewing creates Galaxy Hero beer, for 2016 the brewery has also launched an official comic book. Galaxy Hero, the exclusive...

How HEROES IN CRISIS #5 Shows Why Art And Business Shouldn’t Mix

Heroes In Crisis #5 hits your local comic book store this week and Superman gives a big speech, fans get a clue, Tom King...