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Review: Allen and Thawne Team Up in THE FLASH #754

The Flash Teams Up with his Greatest Foe! The Flash Age has been more destructive than ever expected. While Paradox has begun his journey through...

Review: THE BUTCHER OF PARIS #5: At Long Last, Justice

From writer Stephanie Phillips, artist Dean Kotz, colorist Jason Wordie, and letterer Troy Peteri comes the fifth and final issue of historical murder-thriller series...

Review: FRANKENSTEIN UNDONE #2 Moves Faster Than It Should

Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie, with art by Ben Stenbeck, colors by Brennan Wagner, and letters by Clem Robins, Dark Horse's Frankenstein...

Review: THAT TEXAS BLOOD #1 Crushes You With Dread

THAT TEXAS BLOOD #1, available from Image Comics on June 24th, is the latest neo-Western series from Chris Condon and Jacob Phillips. Sheriff Joe...

Review: AQUAMAN #59—A Clash Of Gods And Titans

After a brief hiatus, AQUAMAN is ready to turn the tide with another action-packed story. Hitting comic book stores on Wednesday, May 27th, issue...

Eddie Brock Is Back In Black In VENOM #25

Venom #25 is a love letter to the popular antihero.

Why Aphra’s Forming A New Team In DOCTOR APHRA #1

Doctor Aphra is back, and looking to get herself into more trouble than ever in Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1.

Now A Monster Has Come to Hunt In MERCY #2

Mercy #2 throws readers back into this dark and chilling world, one that is unafraid to be both sophisticated and terrifying.

REVIEW: SUICIDE SQUAD #5 Bounces Back with a Vengeance!

Suicide Squad #4 was the first in this series to not get a perfect score in my reviews. After three brilliant issues, the writing...

BLEED THEM DRY #1 – Diving Into A Whole New World

Bleed Them Dry #1 begins a new series by Vault Comics in some post-disaster cyberpunk world. One where vampires who coexist with humans are...

Review: A MAN AMONG YE #1 Sailing The High Seas In Style

On the surface A Man Among Ye is a fun pirate romp with all the classic swashbuckling action you could want.

Review: DOCTOR WHO: 13TH DOCTOR #2.4

Brilliant and inclusive, this series of Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor comics is promising to be bigger and better than the last.

Review: The Fires of War and Retribution Burn in KILL WHITEY DONOVAN #5

Writer Sydney Duncan and artist Natalie Barahona bring their Civil War-era quest for vengeance to a close with "Kill Whitey Donovan" #5. This final...

PROMETHEUS: THE COMPLETE FIRE AND STONE – What The Movies Should Be

Prometheus: The Complete Fire and Stone is the big crossover event of Dark Horse' Aliens vs. Predator universe. After the divisive introductions of the...

THE ATOMIC VICTORY SQUAD – Heroes of Unlikely Nature

When earth's greatest heroes die in The Atomic Victory Squad, all that's left is a motley crew of obscure characters to save us; but...

Longbox Legends: ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN VOL. 1 – An Origin Reborn

Twenty years after it's initial launch, Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.1 continues to astound and show why this incarnation of the age-old character stood the test...

Review: The Journey begins in RICK AND MORTY GO TO HELL #1

Rick and Morty Go Down in Flames Since its premiere in December of 2013, Rick and Morty have grown into one of, if not the...

Review: VENGEANCE OF VAMPIRELLA #7 Is Pulpy, Demonic Fun

VENGEANCE OF VAMPIRELLA #7, available from Dynamite on May 27, follows the resurrected vampiress as she begins to form a rebellion against the demonic...

Review: RED SONJA #15 Finds Sonja In A Lose-Lose Scenario

RED SONJA #15, available from Dynamite on May 20, picks up immediately after the events of last issue (read the issue #14 review here)....