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LOST SOLDIERS #3 – The Rhythmic Drumming Action

Lost Soldiers #3 is this week's release from Image Comics from writer Ales Kot, artist Luca Casalanguida, colorist Heather Moore, and letterer Aditya Bidikar. Background...

BLADE RUNNER 2019: OFF WORLD – Scars Of Memory’s Past

Blade Runner 2019: Off World is this week's second chapter in Titan Comics take on the epic franchise. Michael Green, Mike Johnson, Andres Guinaldo,...

Review: CATWOMAN #26 Is Going Back to Her Roots

Catwoman #26 is going back to roots, as Selina Kyle attempts simultaneously find herself, and solve a few recent problems of hers.

REVIEW: GIDEON FALLS #26 Sets Its Characters on a Collision Course

Image Comics' Gideon Falls is a far-reaching, era-spanning, multiverse-hopping story with a huge cast of characters. In the space of 25 issues, writer Jeff...

Review: WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #1 Needs More Horror

WEREWOLF BY NIGHT #1, available from Marvel Comics on October 21st, re-introduces and reinvents the titular character for a new generation. Written by Taboo...

RAI #8: Safe Spaces Can Be More Risky Than Danger Zones

Rai #8 continues writer Dan Abnett's saga of the cyborg ronin. Artist Juan Jose Ryp brings the cast into uneasy territories that colorist Andrew...

Review: DUNE HOUSE ATREIDES #1 The First Grain In A Massive Desert

Dune House Atreides is a magnificent introduction to the web like narrative of the Dune saga and a great first issue for a new series.

SONATA VOLUME 2: THE CITADEL – Progress Meets Futility

Sonata Volume 2: The Citadel is this week's release from Image Comics' Shadowline imprint. Anomaly Productions' writer David Hine, co-writer and artist Brian Haberline,...

Advance Review: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: THE LAST RONIN (Spoiler Free)

The Last Ronin #1 by Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Tom Waltz, Esau & Isaac Escorza, Luis Antonio Delgado and Shawn Lee is a must-read...

Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #50 – A Monumental Reveal

The Amazing Spider-Man #50, out today from Marvel Comics, finally resolves many parts of its ongoing story while starting new ones and even presents...

Review: 70’s Neon-Noir Psyche-Suckers In DRACULA, MOTHERF**KER!

DRACULA, MOTHERF**KER!, available now from Image Comics, is a reinvention of the Dracula story that pays homage to the strongest examples of 70's exploitation...

Review: The Team Is Off To The Races In SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #33

Sonic The Hedgehog #33 out this week from IDW Publishing is the start of a new journey. Rogue takes more of a leadership role...

Review: A Case Of Identity Crisis Arises In CAPTAIN AMERICA #24

CAPTAIN AMERICA #24, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, October 14th, follows Sharon Carter as she comes to terms with her de-aged body....

Review: ELFQUEST: STARGAZER’S HUNT #4 And The Bonds Of Family

ELFQUEST: STARGAZER'S HUNT #4 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, October 14th and follows Jink, the daughter of Skywise the Stargazer. While her father...

Review: Revenge Flows Like Blood In THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE #1

THE DEVIL'S RED BRIDE #1, available from Vault Comics on October 14th, begins a new series about an Onna-bugeisha (female samurai) on a quest...

Review: Resurrection And Revolution In LONE SLOANE: CHAOS

LONE SLOANE: CHAOS, available from Titan Comics on October 14th, recounts the delivery of Sloane's corpse to Imperator Shaan as a prized trophy, but...

Review: It All Comes Down To This In STEALTH #6

STEALTH #6, available from Image Comics on October 14th, opens the door (literally and figuratively) to answer all the questions about the origin of...

TARTARUS VOLUME 1: A Space Opera With More Room To Grow

Tartarus Volume 1 is the collection of the space opera series from Image Comics releasing September 30. From the minds of writer Johnnie Christmas,...

Dinosaurs, Mermaids, and Friendship Galore in LUMBERJANES #74

Lumberjanes #74 is a collection of quick adventures from the campers that fans have come to love, as the series begins to wind down.

The Twisting of a Legend in ONCE & FUTURE #12

In Once & Future #12, legends continue to seep into the real world, however they are becoming corrupt and convoluted, and thus a threat to all.
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