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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: DC Comics’ WHO’S WHO (1985-1987)

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....

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: THE MAN WHO F#%&ED UP TIME #5

THE MAN WHO F#%&ED UP TIME #5 hits your local comic book store August 26th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

Review: LOST SOLDIERS #1 – Looking Back on the Horror

"Lost Soldiers" #1 is the work of writer Ales Kot and artist Luca Casalanguida, with Heather Marie Lawrence Moore on colors and Aditya Bidikar...

Review: X-MEN #10 – Death and Violence on the Moon

Introduction Tying into the Empyre event, Marvel Comics releases X-Men #10 July 29. Writer and "Head of X" Jonathan Hickman is joined by artist Leinil Francis Yu, color artist...

Review: FIREFLY #18 — The Times Are Changing In This ‘Verse

Firefly #18 continues the tale of Sheriff Reynolds, taking a definitive turn away from the original series.

Two Battle For Dominance In Mirka Andolfo’s MERCY #4

Mercy #4 is a deeply unsettling addition to the series, delving into memories and debating about the line between monster and humanity.

Review: CABLE #2 – Like Father, Like Son

Young Cable's adventures continue in Cable #2, released by Marvel Comics on July 29. Writer Gerry Duggan, artist Phil Not, and letterer VC's Joe Sabino continue...

Review: EMPYRE #3 Establishes The Event As A Potential Secret Invasion Sequel

Empyre #3 leaves us wanting a follow-up to one of Marvel's most famous events.

Review: ASCENDER #11 Brings Back Driller In Spectacular Fashion

ASCENDER #11, available in comic book stores Wednesday, July 29th, brings back one of Descender loyalists most favorite characters. Driller, the massive robot bodyguard of...

SPAWN #308 – A Spawn War Is Beginning To Brew

Spawn #308 out this week from Image Comics is the beginning of a new arc in the franchise complete with a new artist Ken...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #7 – Follow the Leader

On July 28, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #7, continuing with writer Brian Michael Bendis's reimagining of the icon superhero team. Artist Ryan Sook...

Review: The Machines Play Their Hands in THE KILL LOCK #6

The final chapter of Livio Ramondelli's surprise hit "The Kill Lock" has arrived, and it's as brilliant an ending a mini-series could hope for....

Review: WONDER WOMAN #759 Sees the Return of Max Lord

A New Age of Wonder Woman has Begun! It’s time for another new team to step in for Wonder Woman. Since 2017, we’ve had teams...

BIG GIRLS And Relatable Monsters

In Big Girls, Jason Howard creates a solid foundation from which the readers can view the rest of the narrative.

Review: X-FACTOR #1 – How to Find a Missing Mutant

After waiting a long time since Hickman and company first launched the Dawn of X, Marvel Comics is giving us a new X-Factor book,...

Review: Steve Rogers Rallies The Troops In EMPYRE: CAPTAIN AMERICA #1

Empyre: Captain America #1 is sure to pull at your patriotic heartstrings.

Review: PLUNGE #5 Uncovers A Terrifying Scheme

PLUNGE #5 hits comic book stores on Tuesday, July 28th, and it promises to give readers some answers. The team of divers have just...

Advance Review: In SEVEN SECRETS #1 Everything is Kept a Secret

Writer Tom Taylor, artist Daniele Di Nicuolo, colorist Walter Baiamonte, and letterer Ed Dukeshire know how to keep more than seven secrets. In fact,...

Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #7 Flips the Tone But Keeps the Balance

DC Comics' Suicide Squad #7, written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters...

Review: PANDEMICA #5 Is Trumped By The Real World.

Lacking in emotional drive and any real spark of imagination, Pandemica feels outdated even before it is finished