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Review: The Chase Continues In WYND #4

WYND #4, available from BOOM! Studios on September 23rd, find the fleeing quartet desperately trying to get to Northport with the Bandaged man hot...

Review: MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED #2 – Bringing Dr. Wily to the world of FULLY CHARGED

Mega Man: Fully Charged #2 out this week, published by BOOM! Studios, features fantastic art and reintroduces several characters from the cartoon or games...

How the Mystery Unfolds In WICKED THINGS #5

Wicked Things #5 brings with it a new case to distract from the real investigation at hand, while also allowing a bit of room for humor.

Review: ANGEL + SPIKE #14 Is An Atmospheric Tour De Force

Thompson and Sherman, along with Titov and Dukeshire, have taken the reins of Angel + Spike and are driving the comic in the right direction.

Check Out The Jenny Frison Cover For JIM HENSON’S LABYRINTH: MASQUERADE #1

BOOM! Studios dropped some Labyrinth news today with JIM HENSON’S LABYRINTH: MASQUERADE #1 one-shot coming out in December. The book is written by Lara...

Review: SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE Is A Perfect Graphic Novel Adaptation

Slaughterhouse-Five, a retelling of Kurt Vonnegut’s classic story as a graphic novel published by Archaia, is a fantastic read that takes advantage of storytelling...

How A Legend Dies in ONCE & FUTURE #11

Once & Future #11 raises the stakes as Duncan and Gran fight yet another creature of legend – with limited resources.

The Search for a Home in FIREFLY #20

Firefly #20 provides fans with something we've been waiting for; an idea of what the rest of the crew has been up to.

Review: AN UNKINDNESS OF RAVENS #1 – The Ancestors of the Witches They Couldn’t Kill, All At the Same High School In

Take The Craft, mix it up with a Riverdale and a John Hughes movie, and you've got a good idea of what "An Unkindness of Ravens" #1,...


Available now from Boom! Studios, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow #3 builds more delicious suspense with deliberate use of color and slow payoff of...

Diving Into Summer Fun In LUMBERJANES #73

Lumberjanes #73 dives into the first major event of the series, all while showing off that classic Lumberjanes sense of adventure.

How the World Keeps Getting Darker in RED MOTHER #8

Red Mother #8 dives back into the world of stark colors and foreshadowing, as Daisy's life takes another dip towards darkness.

How WE ONLY FIND THEM WHEN THEY’RE DEAD Creates Believable Characters in an Unbelievable World

We Only Find Them When They're Dead is a new science fiction series published by BOOM! Studios that tells a wondrous tale in a...

Review: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #17—The New Watcher

Available now, Boom! Studios' Buffy the Vampire Slayer #17 combines the written talents of Jordie Bellaire and Jeremy Lambert. Artistic contributions come from illustrator...

Review: WYND #3 Assembles The Fellowship

WYND #3, available from BOOM! Studios on August 26, brings Wynd, Oakley, Thorn, and the Prince together for the first time, fleeing toward separate...

How Lottie’s Always Right in WICKED THINGS #4

Wicked Things #4 throws a little bit of crime drama into the mix, as Lottie struggles to solve her latest mystery.

Review – MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED #1 – The Mega Man Comic We’ve Needed

Mega Man: Fully Charged is a new comic book series from BOOM! Studios based upon the 2018 cartoon series of the same name. While...

Review: WE ONLY FIND THEM WHEN THEY’RE DEAD #1 — Scavenging For Gods

We Only Find Them When They're Dead #1 — coming from BOOM! Studios on September 2 — is a space opera written by Al...

Review: ADVENTURE TIME: FIONNA & CAKE TP Reminds Us Why We Love The Show

ADVENTURE TIME: FIONNA & CAKE TP, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 26th, brings together a plethora of hilariously exciting stories. This...

Review: ANGEL + SPIKE #13 Takes You Back In Time

Angel + Spike proves that there is still a wide scope of stories you can tell in the Buffy-verse while still maintaining the core principles of the series.
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