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Review: DEATH TO THE ARMY OF DARKNESS #1 – Ashes To Ashes

Trouble is always around the corner for the chainsaw and boomstick wielding Ash Williams, yet in Dynamite's newest series, Death to The Army of...

Review: BLOODSHOT #6 – The Second Act of a Generic Action Movie

Bloodshot #6 is the start of the second act of Tim Seeley's run, speaking of it in movie terms. Which the perfect way to...

Review: THE FLASH #88 Reveals the Origin To The Next Big Villain

The Newest Flash Villain Revealed! During the final battle of The Flash War, we got a tease of a big bad that was coming. This...

GWEN STACY #1 Fills A 47-Year-Old Void In Our Friendly Neighborhood Hearts

Dropping this week from Marvel Comics, we have a brand new series as Gwen Stacy #1 takes us WAY back to the past! Gwen Stacy...

Review: TALES FROM HARROW COUNTY #3 – One Ought Not Meddle in Goblin Affairs

      The sequel series to the phenomenal comic story Harrow County sees its third chapter in "Tales From Harrow County: Death's Choir" #3. This issue is...

Review: IRON MAN 2020 #2 Shows The Robots Making Their Move

With the new leader revealed, the Robot Rebellion stages a heist in Iron Man 2020 #2 thanks to Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Pete Woods,...

Review: BANG! #1 is James Bond but Much, Much Weirder

One of the most notable things about Daniel Craig’s tenure as James Bond is the linear storytelling aspect of the films. While other Bond...

GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #6 Settles for the Status Quo

Gotham City Monsters #6, written by Steve Orlando, with art by Amancay Nahuelpan, colors by Trish Mulvihill and letters by Tom Napolitano, is the end...

HAWKMAN #21 Gives the Villain Center Stage to Wreak Havoc

Hawkman #21, written by Robert Venditti, with pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert and Wade Von Grawbadger, colors by Jeromy Cox and...

SABAN’S GO GO POWER RANGERS #29 Continues To Bring Us Full Circle

Out this week from BOOM! Studios and Hasbro, Saban's Go Go Power Rangers, continues our countdown to the series slated end. Moving back to the main points...

Review: Alfred’s Requiem in BATMAN: PENNYWORTH RIP

Batman: Pennyworth RIP, out this week from DC Comics, takes on one of the biggest questions of Tom King’s recent run on Batman: is...

Review: Clark Is Branded A Political Opportunist In SUPERMAN #20

Clark Kent’s life as a reporter/superhero has become more intertwined than ever since revealing his identity to the public. Within the pages of SUPERMAN...

Review: RAI #4 The Threatening Stakes From All Around

Rai #4 out this week from Valiant Entertainment continues the story of the titular cyborg ronin. With a piece of the AI Father's backups...

Review: A Deal is Struck in THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY #4

  Mike Carey and Peter Gross' "The Dollhouse Family" has been one of the most exciting and harrowing comics to read over these past few...

DRAGON AGE: BLUE WRAITH #2 – A Tale of Agents and Relics

Dragon Age: Blue Wraith #2 is a dramatic and fast-paced issue, one that shows off the cost of battle and revenge.

Sacrifice and Loss in STRANGER THINGS: INTO THE FIRE #2

Stranger Things: Into the Fire #2 carefully balances hints about the past with the rising tension of what is about to occur.