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Review: More Mignola Monster Goodness In THE GOLEM WALKS AMONG US! #1

Comics icon Mike Mignola teams up with frequent collaborator Christopher Golden and artist Peter Bergting to bring us The Golem Walks Among Us! #1. With colors from Michelle Madsen and letters by Clem Robins, this new chapter from the Outerverse is a fun ride full of witches and monsters. With a...

Review: Intimate Dreams and Assassinations in THE SWAMP THING #6

DC Comics' The Swamp Thing isn't your typical superhero series. It's as preoccupied with environmentalism as it is with capes, as interested in intimate memories as it is explosive action sequences. The Swamp Thing #6 is a perfect example of this. Writer Ram V, artist Mike Perkins, colorist Mike Spicer, and letterer...

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Advance Review: History and Fiction Collide in PRIMORDIAL #1

In 1959, two monkeys by the names of Able and Baker left our little blue and green orb to see the wonders of space. They never made it back. Actually, they did make it back, and their successful mission to the stars paved the way for man to walk...

BOOM! Studios Exclusive First Look: DARK BLOOD #2

DARK BLOOD #2 hits your local comic book store August 25th, but thanks to BOOM! Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for you. About the issue: Does even the kindness of strangers come with a cost? Avery has adjusted to his post- WWII life in Alabama, but when an...

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BOOM! Studios Exclusive New Look: A.C. Esguerra’s EIGHTY DAYS

EIGHTY DAYS hits your local comic book store September 1st, but thanks to BOOM! Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has a new, exclusive nine-page preview for you. About the issue: Jay wants nothing more than to fly. Or so he thinks, until he crosses paths with a mysterious thief named Fix whose tricks...

Review: Nightmares and Dreamscapes in PARASOMNIA #2

From writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, Bone Parish) and artist Andrea Mutti comes the second engaging issue of Parasomnia. This horror comic's unique plot and intriguing character writing is unfortunately bogged down by mystery-killing exposition. Held aloft by phenomenal art however, this is still absolutely a comic worth checking out. "In...