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Review: Reformatting Your Consciousness In FAR SECTOR #7

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell return to the City Enduring with the 7th issue of their outstanding comic series, Far Sector. While...

Review: Wade Has The Ultimate Case Of FOMO In DEADPOOL #6

DEADPOOL #6, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, is an exciting X-Men tie-in event featuring our favorite mercenary. It seems Wade...

Review: ICE CREAM MAN #20 Embodies An Alternate Dr. Seuss

ICE CREAM MAN #20 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, August 5th, bringing readers along on a journey to new levels of horror. This...

Review: JIM HENSON’S STORYTELLER – GHOSTS #4 Honors The Dead

JIM HENSON'S STORYTELLER - GHOSTS #4, available from BOOM! Studios on August 5th, is a Slavic tale of death, loss, love and the power...

Review: REAVER #10 Solves A Mystery And Breaks Your Heart

REAVER #10, available from Image Comics on August 5th, finally brings Essen and Rekala face-to-face with the mysterious Stagger and the plan he has...

Review: EMPYRE: X-MEN #2 – Magik is a [email protected]$$!

Marvel Comics releases the second issue of the Empyre tie-in series Empyre: X-Men #2 August 05. Writers Gerry Duggan, Ben Percy, and Leah Williams are joined by artist...

How The Plot Thickens In LUCY CLAIRE: REDEMPTION #5

Lucy Claire: Redemption #5 finely balances what is said with what is left unsaid, all while bringing Lucy's journey forward.

Heroes Big And Small In MARVEL ACTION: CAPTAIN MARVEL #6

Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #6 concludes the bite-sized tale of Captain Marvel, wrapping the plot up in colorful and amusing ways.

Review: GRIT #2 Swaps Gore For Personality And Still Wins

GRIT #2, available on August 26th from Scout Comics, introduces witches and herbomancers to Barrow's current assignment, as he learns his last battle isn't...

Review: VAMPIRE THE MASQUERADE #1 Plays Its Role Perfectly

Vampire The Masquerade is a more traditional vision of the undead and plays into the history and mythology of vampirism.

Review: MY LITTLE PONY/TRANSFORMERS #1 Is A Childhood Dream Come True

My Little Pony/Transformers #1 by James Asmus, Ian Flynn, Tony Flees, Jake M. Wood, Jake Lawrence, Luis Antonio Delgado, and Neil Uyetake brings two...

Review: Joker’s Nightmares Come Alive in BATMAN #96

Batman Struggles Against Joker’s Millions The Joker War is in full swing, and Batman is in dire straits. With Joker having the money and power...

Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #4 — Boring Truths vs Entertaining Lies

I hesitate to call DC Comics' Strange Adventures #4 boring. That obviously has some negative implications, which aren't true of this issue. It is boring...

Review: THE DREAMING: THE WAKING HOURS #1 – More Things On Heaven and Earth…

The newest chapter of the Sandman Universe is here, with "The Dreaming: The Waking Hours" #1 from writer G. Willow Wilson (Invisible Kingdom, Cairo)...

Review: GIANT-SIZE X-MEN – FANTOMEX #1 – Welcome to the World…Again. And Again.

Fantomex takes center stage in Giant-Size X-Men - Fantomex #1, on sale from Marvel Comics this week. Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Rod Reis, with letterer...

Review: DISASTER INC #2 Is A Modern Horror For A Modern World

Disaster Inc is a very modern horror. It has a visual style that contradicts classic horror comics, opting for a clearer, cleaner aesthetic.

HaKashaph: The Witchy Jewish Potential of BtVS: WILLOW #1

Joss Whedon has created myriad iconic female characters throughout his career and yet, besides Buffy, I would defy anyone to find a Whedonverse character...

Review: BROKENLAND #2 Is A Heaping Pile Of Surreal Entertainment

What is Brokenland, you ask? It’s a world that’s just a little off, filled to the brim with trash and muck and grime. It’s...

DOCTOR TOMORROW #4: The Turning Point For Tomorrow

Doctor Tomorrow #4 by Valiant Entertainment releases this week for a climax. Alejandro Arbona gives some character development where the moment matters with illustrations...

Review: EMPYRE: SAVAGE AVENGERS #1 Takes CONAN THE BARBARIAN To Mexico

Empyre: Savage Avengers #1 has Conan the Barbarian fighting in modern-day society thanks to Gerry Duggan, Greg Smallwood, and VC’s Travis Lantham. A character...