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Review: PRETTY DEADLY THE RAT #5

Each issue has been majestic but in totality, Pretty Deadly The Rat is a walk through a dream you will never forget.

Review: Rich Plot, Uneven Pacing in 20XX #2

After an unceremonious introduction, Mer finds herself suddenly swept into the world of the sym gangs in 20XX #2, out this week from Image...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SPAWN #10 (May 1993)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....

Review: The Population Grows Backwards in THE CLOCK #1

Writer Matt Hawkins brings to bear the terrors of eugenics and bio-terrorism in "The Clock" #1. This first issue is an interesting start that...

Review: The Kinmundian Fights Against The Forces Of Armageddon in BATTLEPUG #5

BATTLEPUG #5, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January 8th, forces the Kinmundian's nightmares into his reality. The portal to another dimension has...

GIDEON FALLS #20 – Don’t Drink the Dirty Evil Black Water

Father and Mother get to the village at the center as they prepare for death, in Gideon Falls #20, out this week from Image...

Review: POSTAL DELIVERANCE #6 Is No Stranger To Violence

Postal Deliverance hasn’t wavered in it’s commitment to character or challenging artwork. 

The Trials of Magic in NOMEN OMEN #4

Nomen Omen #4 is an ethereal read, full of legend, magic, lore, and curses. What transpires in this issue feels larger than life, while also being solidly grounded.

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: COMICS SCENE MAGAZINE #25 (April 1991)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....

Review: EAST OF WEST #45 Featuring The End Of It All

you will be so wrapped up in the brilliance of everything that you’ll not have time to appreciate the exceptional work that has gone into producing it

A Grandfather’s Quest in FAMILY TREE #2

Family Tree #2 is a heartbreaking glimpse into the past, while throwing readers forward with the plot and dangers.

Review: MIDDLEWEST #13—When Hard Work Hurts

MIDDLEWEST #13 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, December 18th, and it's unlike any issue that's come before. Gone are the days of fantastical...

Review: HIT GIRL Season 2 #11 Brings Violence To The Streets Of India

The warped realism of the art punctuates the social discourse at the heart of Milligan’s script and highlights the intriguing dissection of Hit-Girl as a character.

Review: A Breech Into Another Dimension Erupts In BATTLEPUG #4

Moll, the Kinmundian's companion and on-again/off-again love interest, has been having visions of a dimensional break in reality for four issues now. In them...

How Far She’s Fallen In LUCY CLAIRE: REDEMPTION #1

Lucy Claire: Redemption #1 is a striking beginning to a series full of violence, drama, and redemption. The subtleties of this issue make it stand out amongst the rest.

Review: UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY #2 – Death to Invaders!

Humans just can't stop screwing each other over in Undiscovered Country #2, out this week from Image Comics. Undiscovered Country is a new extremely original...

Review: 20XX #1 – Are You Down With The New Sickness?

There's a new sickness going around, but it's pretty cool if it doesn't kill you. 20XX, out this week from Image Comics, touches on...

Review: DIE #10 – Devious Dictation; Dangerous Deception

Planning and plotting are the themes of the day as the dictator flexes her words in Die #10, out this week from Image Comics. Back...

Enter the World of Magic in NOMEN OMEN #3

Nomen Omen #3 went a long way in getting fans even more invested in the series. The brilliant artwork and character development are exactly what we needed to see.

Review: Simmons’ Past Comes To Haunt Him In SPAWN #303

SPAWN #303, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, December 4th, brings Jessica Priest face to face with her former ally Al Simmons, a.k.a....