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Review: TRUE LIVES OF THE FABULOUS KILLJOYS: NATIONAL ANTHEM #3 Is Almost Too Smart and Bombastic For Its Own Good

Fron writers Gerard Way and Shaun Simon and artist Leonardo Romero comes the action and emotion-heavy third issue of "The True Lives of the...

Review: KING IN BLACK #1 — An Action-Packed Blockbuster With Heart

King in Black #1 is in your local comic book shop right now, as Donny Cates, Ryan Stegman, inker JP Mayer, color artist Frank...

Five Non-Fiction Graphic Novels You Should Read

Since the early days of the medium, graphic novels have proven to be well-suited to non-fiction storytelling. But among the glut of superheroes and...

4-Page Exclusive Preview: KING IN BLACK NAMOR #1 (OF 5)

KING IN BLACK NAMOR #1 (OF 5) hits your local comic book shop next week, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: RED ATLANTIS #3

RED ATLANTIS #3 hits your local comic book store January 13th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...

MODOK HEAD GAMES #1: Jordan Blum and Patton Oswalt Create A Pulpy Beginning

MODOK Head Games #1 by Marvel out on December 2 for a story about a character ready to appear on TV. The same show's...

FANTASTIC FOUR ROAD TRIP #1: A Grotesquely Fun Time

Fantastic Four Road Trip #1 is a one-shot from Marvel Comics out December 2. Doctor Doom writer Christopher Cantwell gives artist Filipe Andrade a...

Comic Book Fandom vs Reality, The TOM KING Edition

Few fans are harder to keep happy than comics fans. I know because I'm one of them. When fans are displeased with a writer,...

Review: THE ORVILLE #4: HEROES PART 2 OF 2 – The Price Of Becoming A Hero

THE ORVILLE #4: HEROES PART 2 OF 2, available in stores on Wednesday, December 2nd, concludes the two-part story highlighting Talla Keyali and her...

Review: MARVELS SNAPSHOTS: CIVIL WAR #1 Asks Tough Questions

MARVELS SNAPSHOTS: CIVIL WAR #1, available from Marvel Comics on December 2nd, presents the ethical dilemmas faced by a low-level SHIELD agent during the...

Review: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: JENNIKA II #2 Uncovers A Mutant Town Mystery

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: JENNIKA II #2, available in stores on Wednesday, December 2nd, dives deeper into the mysteries of Mutant Town. Seeking to...

How to Face the Widow’s Rage in BLACK WIDOW #4

Natasha Romanoff's past and present collide in Black Widow #4, as she finally understands everything that has been happening to her.

How the Fight Continues in CHAMPIONS #3

History continues to repeat itself in Champions #3, as young heroes battle against C.R.A.D.L.E. for their right to help others.

It All Comes Full Circle in LUMBERJANES END OF SUMMER #1

Lumberjanes End of Summer #1 concludes a beloved series, but it does so in the Lumberjanes way. That is to say, it's full of chaos.

Review: THE DREAMING: THE WAKING HOURS #5 – The End of the Beginning

Writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Nick Robles continue their outstanding Sandman Universe saga with "The Dreaming: The Waking Hours" #5. Along with Mat...

Review: FAR SECTOR #9 – The Eye of the Storm

From Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell comes another chapter of DC's surprise hit with Far Sector #9. While this issue is comparatively uneventful compared...

Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #7 Makes Us Question Everything

Usually, for a Strange Adventure review, I would write this in two parts: one section discussing the storyline of Adam's book, the other showing the modern-day...

Review: Nonchalance In HELLBOY AND THE BPRD: HER FATAL HOUR

Writer Mike Mignola, artist Tiernen Trevallion, colorist Dave Stewart, and letterer Clem Robins come together to bring us Dark Horse's Hellboy and the BPRD:...

Interview: Artist Tiernen Trevallion Talks HELLBOY AND THE BPRD: HER FATAL HOUR

Hellboy and the BPRD: Her Fatal Hour, written by Mike Mignola, with art by Tiernen Trevallion, colors by Dave Stewart, and letters by Clem...

Review: BATMAN CATWOMAN #1 isn’t About Batman and Catwoman

There's something to be said for "romances" that plant themselves firmly in the realm of the platonic. Stories that discuss the connection between friends,...