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

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

Review: Starting the Second Round in DOCTOR TOMORROW #2

Doctor Tomorrow #2 out this week from Valiant Entertainment displays the importance of rereading just a single issue because that can make all the...

Review: THE VISITOR #4 – Revelations Both Mundane And Villainous

The Visitor #4 is to the point where everything finally starts to have some revelations, at least in terms of morals. But is it...

Aric of Dacia: Tolerating Life’s Changes With X-O Manowar

Aric of Dacia, that's a name Valiant likes to use regularly in X-O Manowar, but people still don't know who he is. That's mostly...

Review: Bloodshot #7 – New Artwork, New Antagonists

Bloodshot #7 is where Tim Seeley's run enters a new arc. Perhaps the most significant change comes from the new artists of Marc Laming...

Reivew: Rai #5 – A Battle Best Accompanied With Last Issue

Rai #5 shows the conflict brewing from the last issue becoming bittersweet. This run isn't even finished with its arc, and now the reader...

Exclusive First Look: QUANTUM & WOODY #3 With Commentary From Christopher Hastings

Quantum & Woody #3 doesn't hit your local comic book shop until March 25, but thanks to Valiant Entertainment, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an...

C2E2 Aftermath: Cullen Bunn Talks Voodoo And SHADOWMAN

Cullen Bunn was at C2E2 in Chicago this past weekend, and Monkeys Fighting Robots got a chance to speak with him about Shadowman and...

Review: X-O MANOWAR #1 Delivers Great Pacing To Restart The Series

Valiant Comics' X-O MANOWAR #1 jumps right into the action with a fun, lighthearted adventure created by Dennis Hallum, Emilio Laiso, Ruth Redmond (colors),...

A Humorous Take on Heroes and Villains in QUANTUM & WOODY #2

Quantum & Woody #2 is full of frenzied action and comical exclamations that are sure to entertain fans old and new.

Review: The Visitor #3: Throwing Distractions In Place of Development

The Visitor #3 from Valient Entertainment out this week, has MJ Kim provide some great artwork for Paul Levitz's mystery as it gets a...

Review: Bloodshot #0 The Prologue To Tim Seeley’s Call To Action

Bloodshot #0 out this week from Valiant Entertainment is the prologue to writer Tim Seeley's main run with impressive art by Marc Laming. For...

Exclusive First Look: BLOODSHOT #7 New Story Arc

Bloodshot #7 hits your local comic book shop on March 11, but thanks to Valiant Entertainment, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive first look...

Review: BLOODSHOT #6 – The Second Act of a Generic Action Movie

Bloodshot #6 is the end of the second act of Tim Seeley's run. Which the perfect way to speak about it, considering this series...

Review: RAI #4 The Threatening Stakes From All Around

Rai #4 out this week from Valiant Entertainment continues the story of the titular cyborg ronin. With a piece of the AI Father's backups...

QUANTUM & WOODY #1 Shows How To Make The Basics Funny

The worst superhero duo is back in Quantum & Woody #1, and it's proof that you don't need to read every piece of what...

Review: DOCTOR TOMORROW #1 – A Well Illustrated Hero’s Beginning

Doctor Tomorrow #1 is yet another attempt by Valiant to bring back older characters like The Visitor. This time around, Valiant begins to embrace...

A Chaotic Tale Begins Again in QUANTUM & WOODY #1

Quantum & Woody #1 is the chaotic start to what is sure to be a memorable miniseries, full of dynamic characters and hilarious moments.

Review: ROKU #4 Trying Too Hard to Break Away From Ninjak

Roku #4 is the finale to a mini-series detailing the redemption of Roku, rival to Ninjak. Unfortunately, this story of a mercenary features way...

Review: THE VISITOR #2 Frustrations in Mysteries

The Visitor #2 is Valiant Entertainment's latest attempt to bring back older titles to modern audiences. First conceived as a superhero mystery in the...