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Review: POST AMERICANA #3 Gives Us The Backstory We Were Waiting For

POST AMERICANA #3 hits stores on Wednesday, February 24th, bringing readers one step closer to the fight between the "bubble" and the post American...

Rising to the Challenge in NOMEN OMEN #12

Nomen Omen #12 is about to take a drastic change, one that will raise questions and concern all at the same time.

A Celebration & An Ending in THE MAGNIFICENT MS. MARVEL #18

The Magnificent Ms. Marvel #18 calls for a celebration, and a goodbye, as this issue wraps up her most current series.

Review: SKULLDIGGER AND SKELETON BOY #6 Screeches to a Halt

Dark Horse's Skulldigger and Skeleton Boy has been a fantastic series. Writer Jeff Lemire, artist Tonci Zonjic, and letterer Steve Wands present a battered, brutal version...

Review: SPAWN #315 Shows What Teamwork Looks Like

SPAWN #315, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, February 24th, offers readers one of the most thrilling surprises in a story—even by Spawn's...

Exclusive First Look at JIM HENSON’S THE STORYTELLER: TRICKSTERS #1

JIM HENSON’S THE STORYTELLER: TRICKSTERS #1 hits your local comic book shop on March 17, but thanks to BOOM! Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

Review: FUTURE STATE: SUICIDE SQUAD #2 Delivers on its Potential

DC Comics' Future State: Suicide Squad #2 is a story about the end of worlds. In "Task Force: Next!" writer Robbie Thompson, artist Javier...

Review: Belle Joins the Resistance In SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #37

Sonic The Hedgehog #37 out this week from IDW Publishing is the start of a fresh adventure for the members of the resistance. The...

Review: U.S. AGENT #3: Meet The Titular American Zealot

U.S. Agent #3 comes out this week from Marvel Comics about a politically charged clash of American ideals. Christopher Priest continues to provide some...

Review: Well Thought-Out Madness In RAIN LIKE HAMMERS #2

Avant-Garde comics creator Brandon Graham return with the frantic and fascinating second issue of "Rain Like Hammers." This 2nd chapter in this high-concept sci-fi...

FRANK AT HOME ON THE FARM #2: The Prelude To A New War

Frank at Home on the Farm #2 continues Scout Comic's post-war horror thriller on February 24. In this issue, writer Jordan Thomas goes into...

INTERVIEW: Enter The RED ROOM With Ed Piskor

Ed Piskor is one of the most lauded cartoonists working today. Harvey Pekar, hackers,  and hip-hop; Piskor has put ink to paper on all...

Review: The Explosive FUTURE STATE: DARK DETECTIVE #4

Writer Mariko Tamaki, artist Dan Mora, colorist Jordie Bellaire and letterer Aditya Bidikar solidify Dark Detective as the best title out of DC Comics' Future State....

GENERATIONS FORGED: Celebrating The Forgotten

Generations Forged is a special one-shot by DC Comics out on February 23, celebrating different parts of DC's history. With a massive creative team...

FUTURE STATE: HOUSE OF EL #1 – The Legacy Of The Man And Super

Future State: House of El #1 out on February 23 from DC Comics. Serves as a sort of finale to the Superman section of...

Review: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #22 — A Fourth Slayer

Available now from Boom! Studios, Buffy the Vampire Slayer #22 is written by Jordie Bellaire and Jeremy Lambert. Ramon Bachs illustrated and Raul Angulo colored...

Review: POWER RANGERS #4 — Do I Feel Bad For Lord Drakkon?

Power Rangers #4 was released February 17, 2021 by BOOM! Studios. The issue is written by Mighty Morphin Power Rangers head writer Ryan Parrot....

Review: KILL LOCK: The Tragedy Of The Prisoners’ Dilemma

Kill Lock is one of the most eye-catching and well written stories to have come out of IDW. It was released on September 9th,...

BOOM! Studios Exclusive First Look: ABBOTT: 1973 #3

ABBOTT: 1973 #3 hits your local comic book store March 17th, but thanks to BOOM! Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview...

Review: HOLLOW HEART #1 – Sci-Fi & Romance Like No Other

From writer Paul Allor and artist Paul Tucker comes a deeply personal and focused start to a romantic science fiction comic in the form...