Cody Walker

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Working in the subscription department at the world's largest comic shop. Lover of horror, Jeff Lemire, Tom Petty, hip-hop, kitties, playing bass, screaming loudly, mountains, and great food. Living my best life with no car, riding the rails, reading great stories. If any European readers would like to send me some blood pudding, I'd be ok with that.

Review: SPAWN #300 – History Made and Beautifully Done

Spawn #300, out today from Image Comics, uses an all-star team of artists to set up Spawn for the next 300 issues to come. (Edited to reflect printing...

Review: SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #1 – Glorious Gore

Out this week from Boom! Studios, Something is Killing the Children, and it's not just killing them, it is tearing them the @#$% apart. James...

Review: BATMAN: CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT #2 Captivating Conspiracy

An homage to the Three Musketeers, Batman: Curse of the White Knight #2, out this week from DC Comics Black Label, is an action-packed...

Review: MARVEL MONSTERS #1 Frenzied Monster Mashing For All Ages

While Marvel Monsters #1, out this week from Marvel Comics is not what I expected, it is a fun and informative look into the monsters of...

Review: GOON #4 – Four Comes After Five, The Goon Says So

Eric Powell continues to tackle real-world current affairs in his own humorous style with Goon #4, out this week from Albatross Funnybooks. With the release of...

Review: ABSOLUTE CARNAGE VS. DEADPOOL #1 – Symbiote Unicorn With A Mouth

Absolute Carnage Vs. Deadpool #1, out this week from Marvel Comics pits two contrasting, talkative characters against each other with stale dialogue that would've...

Review: OBLIVION SONG #18 – Eerie and Evil Existential Experimentation

Driven by gorgeous art from Lorenzo De Felici, Oblivion Song #18 out this week from Image Comics, gives more insight into the nefarious plans of...

Review: COLLAPSER #2 – Incredible New Powers or Unfortunate New Sickness?

Take some Moon Knight, mix vigorously with Event Horizon, bring to a boil, stir in some Norman Osborne, add travel through time and space for taste...

Review: IMMORTAL HULK #22 – The Quentin Tarantino Moment In The Series

Drawing inspiration from Macbeth, Immortal Hulk #22 out this week from Marvel Comics, is a character-heavy entry that does a great deal to bring all...

Review: DIE #6 – A Blast From the Past

DIE #6 from Image Comics hits your local comic book store on August 7, and the issue is another visually stunning and mind-bending...

Review: BERSERKER UNBOUND #1 – Bloody Heads Will Roll (And Arms And Legs…)

Jeff Lemire, Mike Deodato, and Frank Martin bring the blood, sweat, and tears with Berserker Unbound. Do you love it when terrible people are relieved...

Review: LEAVE ON THE LIGHT #1 Great Artwork, But How’s The Story

A serial killer that's supposed to be dead is murdering children again! Leave on the Light, the title is great. It's a little jarring...