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SPAWN: The Retroactive Redemption of Todd McFarlane

Spawn is a character that needs very little introduction. He's the character who puts Image Comics on the public radar thanks to the cultural...

Review: STAR WARS BOUNTY HUNTERS #2 Sees The Hunters Converge

STAR WARS BOUNTY HUNTERS #2 jumps right into the action with the competing bounty hunters racing to be the first to find Nakano Lash....

Review: MARVELS SNAPSHOTS FANTASTIC FOUR Brings A New Twist

MARVELS SNAPSHOTS FANTASTIC FOUR, available from Marvel Comics on March 25th, is part of a series of one-shots that looks at a slice of...

How X-FACTOR #87 (1993) Changed My Concept Of What A Comic Book Could Be

Comics from the '90s gets a bad rep; rightly so in some cases. Much like any era, it has its fair share of hits...

Review: Look Beyond the Surface of FIRE POWER

Fire Power by Kirkman & Samnee has an unfortunate pre-release reputation as an Iron Fist rip-off, but Robert Kirkman makes a strong point that...

Exclusive Preview: Mike Mignola Art For Abe Sapien Figure

Dark Horse Direct and 1000Toys are releasing a limited edition Abe Sapien figure this summer, but thanks to Dark Horse Direct, Monkeys Fighting Robots...

Review: The Reasons We’re Here in FAR SECTOR #5

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell's "Far Sector," with the help of letterer Deron Bennett, has been a tantalizing blend of space-opera, sci-fi...

Review: FORCE WORKS 2020 #2 Introduces A Huge Problem

The team faces an army and a major problem in Force Works #2 written by Matthew Rosenberg, art by Juanan Ramirez and Roberto Di...

Review: SUPERGIRL #40 Asks When Is A Finale Not A Finale?

DC comics bring you the finale to Jody Houser and Rachael Stott’s infected Supergirl story arc in this week's 40th issue.

Review: THE DEATH OF NANCY DREW #1 Takes On Modern Noir

THE DEATH OF NANCY DREW #1, available from Dynamite on April 1st, begins a new story arc for Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys....

SUICIDE SQUAD #4 Starts Offering Some Answers

Written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, Suicide Squad #4...

Review: ACTION COMICS #1021 Is Luthor’s Endgame

ACTION COMICS #1021, available from DC Comics on March 25th, showcases the final defeat of the Justice League at the hands of the Legion...

The Cost of Being a Hero in LUCY CLAIRE: REDEMPTION #4

Lucy Claire: Redemption #4 brings with it a dramatic reveal that feels right at home in this emotional and intense series.

A Struggle Over Power and Gold in BATGIRL #45

Batgirl #45 begins a horrifying tale of power, and what it costs those who fall by the wayside.

A New Perspective in STAR #3

Star #3 brings Ripley Ryan's raw pain and anger to the forefront, reminding us that she is a human who has gone through significant trauma during this process.

QUANTUM & WOODY #3: A Tale of Deception and Ghosts

Quantum & Woody #3 is another chaos fueled issue, full of dynamic writing, ghosts, and jealousy.

Determination and Grit in STRANGER THINGS: INTO THE FIRE #3

Stranger Things: Into the Fire #3 provides insight on what has happened to Jamie, aka Nine, and all of the implications that come with it.

The Perfect Knight in ONCE & FUTURE #7

Once & Future #7 pits Duncan against the unknown once again, all while other forces have begun their deadly dance.

Review: Into The Heart Of The Rot In JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #21

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #21 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, March 25th, and it is a remarkable sequel to the story laid out in...