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Folklore & Personal Tales Combine in CRIMSON FLOWER #1

Crimson Flower #1 blends the lines between fiction and fantasy, as one woman seeks to right the wrongs of her past

Review: RORSCHACH #4 and the Dangers of Cultism

DC Comics' Rorschach #4 is not an easy read. That's not because it's not good or clear. In fact, it's devastatingly clear. No, Rorschach #4 is hard to...

Review: BATMAN CATWOMAN #2 is an Inevitable Second Chapter

There's an aspect to DC Comics' Batman Catwoman #2 that might feel predictable. But that's because writer Tom King, artist Clay Mann, colorist Tomeu Morey and...

Review: PANTOMIME #3 Keeps You On Your Toes

PANTOMIME #3, out now from Mad Cave Studios, is the third issue of the crime miniseries by writer Christopher Sebela, artist David Stoll, colorist...

IRON FIST: HEART OF THE DRAGON #1 – A Marvel Martial Arts Epic

Iron Fist: Heart of the Dragon #1 by Marvel Comics hits your local comic book shop on January 20. Veteran writer Larry Hama works...

Review: A Cathartic And Wholesome End In YASMEEN #6

Over the past six months and five issues, Writer Saif Ahmed and artist Fabiana Mascolo have been telling one of the most emotionally impactful...

Review: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #21 — Convergence

Out now, Buffy the Vampire Slayer #21 continues the collaboration between writers Jordie Bellaire and Jeremy Lambert, and illustrator Andres Genolet. Rounding out the...

Review: FUTURE STATE: JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 Falls Short of Greatness

The Justice League of the Future Faces a Past Threat! Future State is upon us, and we get to meet an all-new generation of heroes....

Review: THE AUTUMNAL #4 – Hiding The Past In Years Of Terror

Writer Daniel Kraus and artist Chris Shehan, along with colorist Jason Wordie and letterer Jim Campbell, return to the town of Comfort Notch to...

Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #57 – Spider-Man At His Breaking Point

The Amazing Spider-Man #57, out now from Marvel Comics, is an issue full of biting dialogue and story that is supported phenomenally by the...

Review: FUTURE STATE: GREEN LANTERN #1 – Taking the Ring from the Lantern

Future State: Green Lantern #1, out now from DC Comics, shows us enthralling tales where members of the Green Lantern core lose their power...

Review: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #36 Hints At More

Sonic The Hedgehog #36 comes out this week from IDW comic and concludes the “Chao Races and Badnik Bases” storyline. The first story after...

KING IN BLACK: PLANET OF THE SYMBIOTES #1: For The Venomaniacs

King In Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1 begins a special tie-in from Marvel Comics out on January 13. This serves as a sequel...

KING IN BLACK THUNDERBOLTS #1: Marvel’s Private Suicide Squad

King In Black Thunderbolts #1 begins Marvel Comics' newest rendition of a supervillain ensemble on January 13. Through Kingpin, writer Matthew Rosenberg puts Taskmaster...

Review: STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #9 Shows Why Vader Is So Special

STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #9, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January 13th, continues the tale of Darth Vader's journey from exile on...

Review: HAHA #1 – Is It Rational To Be Happy In A Sad World?

From the brilliant mind of writer W. Maxwell Prince comes a new series in HAHA #1, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January...

Review: SWEET TOOTH: THE RETURN #3 Keeps Amping Up Its Mystery

Writer and artist Jeff Lemire's sequel to his career-making hit hits its third chapter with "Sweet Tooth: The Return" #3. This issue ups the...

Review: Bruce and Grifter in FUTURE STATE: DARK DETECTIVE #1

DARK DETECTIVE #1: "Bruce Wayne is a Dead Man" Writing: 5/5 Art: 5/5 Coloring: 5/5 Lettering: 5/5 Dead looks good on Bruce Wayne. That's because...

A Satisfying Conclusion in THE RED MOTHER #12

The Red Mother #12 wraps up the harrowing trials of Daisy, as the series comes to a dramatic (and mildly traumatizing) conclusion.

Review: Going Further Into the Underground in BLADE RUNNER 2029 #2

Writer Mike Johnson and artist Andres Guinaldo return with to the grimy streets of Neo-L.A. with "Blade Runner 2029" #2. Along with colorist Marco...