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Review: THE DREAMING: THE WAKING HOURS #5 – The End of the Beginning

Writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Nick Robles continue their outstanding Sandman Universe saga with "The Dreaming: The Waking Hours" #5. Along with Mat...

Review: FAR SECTOR #9 – The Eye of the Storm

From Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell comes another chapter of DC's surprise hit with Far Sector #9. While this issue is comparatively uneventful compared...

Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #7 Makes Us Question Everything

Usually, for a Strange Adventure review, I would write this in two parts: one section discussing the storyline of Adam's book, the other showing the modern-day...

Review: Nonchalance In HELLBOY AND THE BPRD: HER FATAL HOUR

Writer Mike Mignola, artist Tiernen Trevallion, colorist Dave Stewart, and letterer Clem Robins come together to bring us Dark Horse's Hellboy and the BPRD:...

Review: BATMAN CATWOMAN #1 isn’t About Batman and Catwoman

There's something to be said for "romances" that plant themselves firmly in the realm of the platonic. Stories that discuss the connection between friends,...

X OF SWORDS Aftermath: The Quiet Council is Shaken and a Team of Heroes are Reborn in X-MEN #15

As Apocalypse faces off in a final contest with his long lost wife Genesis, Scott and Jean confront the Quiet Council with the news...

X OF SWORDS Aftermath: A Call to Mom and Dad Sets the Finale in Motion in CABLE #6

X of Swords has been a little slower as an event than I'd like, but this issue sets things in motion for the final...

X OF SWORDS Aftermath: Mr. Sinister Makes a…”Sinister” Move in HELLIONS #6

When the Hellions set out into Otherworld, it intended to enter Arakko to stop their ten champions before they could engage in Saturnyne's tournament...

Review: KILLADELPHIA #10 – Engaging Historical Backstories

Killadelphia #10, out now from Image Comics, is a mortifying issue of delightful violence and is one of the best issues to come out...

Review: THAT TEXAS BLOOD #6 Comes To A Violent End

THAT TEXAS BLOOD #6, available from Image Comics on December 2nd, solves the mystery of Travis' murder, but not without a bloody cost. Chris...

Review: JULIET TAKES A BREATH Is Different & Beautiful

JULIET TAKES A BREATH, out now from Boom! Studios’ imprint, Boom! Box, is the graphic novel adaption of the novel by writer Gabby Rivera. With...

Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #53.LR – A Confrontation with Morlun

The Amazing Spider-Man #53.LR, out now from Marvel Comics, depicts an exciting journey for characters that don't often get much attention in the series. About...

Review: MEGA MAN: FULLY CHARGED #4 – Introducing A New Version of Zero

Mega Man: Fully Charged #4, out now from BOOM! Studios, is a fast-paced issue full of important moments and events that will make your...

X OF SWORDS Aftermath: Arakko Runs Up The Score And Storm Beats Death In X-FORCE #14

X of Swords comes to a close this week, and while these articles will avoid any in-depth discussions about how these remaining issues lead...

Review: SPAWN #312 – Which Hellspawn Is Your Favorite?

SPAWN #312 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, November 25th, bringing readers closer to the impending conflict between Hellspawn and the forces of both...

Review: X OF SWORDS DESTRUCTION #1 – The Ending Lands Sideways

X of Swords Destruction out this week from Marvel Comics is the finale to the X of Swords crossover. Writers Jonathan Hickman and Tini...

Review: WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #2 Loses Control

WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #2, available from Marvel Comics on November 25th, cuts Jake's teeth with his first big monster battle while Red Wolf and...

Review: X-O MANOWAR #2 Wrestles Robots And Reality

X-O MANOWAR #2, available from Valiant Entertainment on November 25th, brings Aric face-to-face with the consequences of superheroes intervening in global conflicts. Dennis "Hopeless"...

Great Minds Think Alike in STAR WARS: DOCTOR APHRA #6

Doctor Aphra #6 is about to bring a new player to the board, as Chelli Aphra comes up with new plans and schemes to save her skin.

Wash’s Tale Unfolds in FIREFLY: WATCH HOW I SOAR

Firefly: Watch How I Soar brings the one and only Wash, pilot of Serenity, to the forefront with five short stories.