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Review: STAR WARS: THE HIGH REPUBLIC #5 – For Want Of Force-Sensitive Weed Killer

From writer Cavan Scott and artist Ario Anindito, with inks by Mark Morales, colors from Annalisa Leoni, and letter by Ariana Maher, "Star Wars: The High Republic" #5 is an entertaining and fast paced chapter in this stellar comic series, although it is slightly bogged down by a bit...

Review: MAGIC #2 Unveils A Murderous Plot In Zendikar

MAGIC #2 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, May 12th, bringing readers along on the mystery of a series of Zendikar assassination attempts. Readers will remember the brutal psychic damage inflicted upon Guildmaster Jace Beleren last issue, provoking further investigation into the assassins plans. Now the three planeswalker guildmasters...

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Review: ICE CREAM MAN #24 Asks, “What If Your Life Was A Telethon?”

ICE CREAM MAN #24 hits stores on Wednesday, May 12th, bringing with it fresh horrors for fans of the series. Readers are introduced to Jerry, who happens to be locked in an never-ending cycle of heartache. What's more, a mysterious organization seems to be affecting the outcome these events....

Review: BLACK HAMMER: VISIONS #4 Makes Everything Possible

The Black Hammer: Visions series from Dark Horse Comics has been a fantastic exploration of this comic book universe. While the start to the series, Black Hammer: Visions #1 was a quiet and personal story about bit characters, Black Hammer: Visions #4 is quite the opposite. Writer Mariko Tamaki, artist Diego Olortegui,...

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SAVAGE #4: Laughing With The Gauche, Laughing At The Mad

Savage #4 ends Valiant Entertainment's absurd action-comedy on May 12. Writer Max Bemis gives each major character a humorous dynamic to clash with. Artist Nathan Stockman gives the issue all of the energy of a slapstick cartoon. Triona Farrell colors these segments to further energize the events taking place,...

SCOUT’S HONOR #5: Personal Honor Over Blind Faith

Scout's Honor #5 finishes AfterShock Entertainment's tense miniseries on May 12. Writer David Pepose makes this issue about the meaning of brotherhood in its best way. Luca Casalanguida, as series artist, illustrates all of the events in a gritty manner. Colorist Matt Milla gives scenes an intensity that gives...