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Review: THE OLD GUARD VOL. 1 – OPENING FIRE – Do You Want to Live Forever?

With Netflix releasing a movie based on the original story by writer Greg Rucka and artist Leandro Fernandez on July 10, 2020, it is...

Review: BATMAN #94 Sees Joker’s Designs Complete

Batman Sees the Dark Design Come to Fruition The ultimate plan for Batman’s Rogues has gone terrifyingly well. As Batman dealt with the assassins hired...

Review: STAR BASTARD VOL. 1 – Tacky & Unrefined…and Loving It!

Writer Andrew Clemson and artist Jethro Morales craft a 6-issue arc that's equal parts Guardians of the Galaxy, Fear Agent, and a long night at...

Review: ALIENATED #4 Is Pleasing To The Eye But Heavy On The Heart

Parts of this issue of Alienated could cause distress which is a testament to how natural and realistic the narrative feels.

Review: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: WILLOW – Capturing Feeling Lost

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow #1 out this week from Boom! Studios takes the beloved character on a new path, while also giving an...

Review: X-MEN – GOD LOVES, MAN KILLS EXTENDED CUT #1 – Reframing a Classic…but for the Better?

X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills is considered a classic X-Men story. Originally published in 1983, and the fifth graphic novel to be released by...

Advance Review: GRIT #1 By Brian Wickman And Kevin Castaniero Is BONKERS!

GRIT #1, available from Scout Comics on July 29th, is the inaugural story of a grizzled monster hunter cum backwoods pest exterminator that gets...

Review: BLACK PANTHER AND THE AGENTS OF WAKANDA #8 And Fin Fang Foom’s Self-Analysis

BLACK PANTHER AND THE AGENTS OF WAKANDA #8, available in stores on Wednesday, July 8th, is the conclusion to Jim Zub, Lan Medina, Craig...

Review: Forrest J Ackerman Would Be Proud Of BETTIE PAGE #1

BETTIE PAGE #1, available from Dynamite Comics on July 15th, follows the iconic pinup queen as she gets her big movie break and winds...

Review: JAMES BOND 007 VOL. 2 Is Literal Gold

JAMES BOND 007 VOL. 2, available from Dynamite Comics on July 8th, follows the titular super spy as he infiltrates ORU to uncover Goldfinger's...

Review: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ANNUAL 2020 And The Metal Pandemic

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ANNUAL 2020, on sale in comic book stores Wednesday, July 8th, is a packed issue filled with six mini-stories. Each intriguing...

Review: DEJAH THORIS VOL. 3 #6 Faces A Surprising Assassin

DEJAH THORIS VOL. 3 #6, available from Dynamite Comics on July 1st, finds Dejah Thoris and her team locked in combat against the Jeweled...

Review: The Truce Begins To Unravel In SACRED SIX #1

SACRED SIX #1, available from Dynamite Comics on July 8th, begins a new story where creatures of the night attempt peaceful living in the...

Review: Revealed Identities Bring Crisis In STEALTH #3

STEALTH #3, available from Image Comics on July 8th, follows Tony's father as he seeks to reclaim his suit and gather intel on Dead...

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1023 – A Few Talons More…

DC Comics released Peter Tomasi's Detective Comics #1023 on July 7th. Joined by artist Brad Walker, inker Andrew Hennessy, colorist Brad Anderson, and Rob Leigh on...

Review: X-FORCE #10 – A Minor Miscalculation?

Continuing the tale of Krakoa's "CIA," X-Force #10 gets released by Marvel Comics on July 8th. Writer Benjamin Percy, along with artist Joshua Cassara, color artist...

Review: STRANGE ACADEMY #2 – School’s in Session!

It's the first day of classes for the students in Strange Academy #2, released by Marvel Comics on July 8. The students of Dr. Strange's academy...

Review: NAILBITER RETURNS #2 Continues the Series’ Momentum

This second issue of Nailbiter Returns out this week from Image Comics continues the momentum of the first issue, and provides a thrilling tale...

BLACKHAND IRONHEAD – A Relevant Capepunk Story

Blackhand Ironhead is the latest release between Panel Syndicate and Image Comics for September 23, 2020. Headed by comic artist David Lopez, and his...

SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #8 – Reflective Tensions

Something is Killing the Children #8 out this week brought to readers by Boom! Studios continues James Tynion IV, Werther Dell'edera, and Miquel Muerto's...