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DOCTOR TOMORROW #4: The Turning Point For Tomorrow

Doctor Tomorrow #4 by Valiant Entertainment releases this week for a climax. Alejandro Arbona gives some character development where the moment matters with illustrations...

Review: EMPYRE: SAVAGE AVENGERS #1 Takes CONAN THE BARBARIAN To Mexico

Empyre: Savage Avengers #1 has Conan the Barbarian fighting in modern-day society thanks to Gerry Duggan, Greg Smallwood, and VC’s Travis Lantham. A character...

Review: Tony Strikes Back In IRON MAN 2020 #5

Iron Man 2020 #5 has Tony Stark return to stop his brother Arno thanks to Christos Gage, Dan Slott, Pete Woods and VC’s Joe...

Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #45 – An Epic Confrontation

In The Amazing Spider-Man #45, published by Marvel Comics, the Sin-Eater returns and crosses path with the famous web-slinger in an unforgettable issue. Filled...

Review: LOST SOLDIERS #1 – Looking Back on the Horror

"Lost Soldiers" #1 is the work of writer Ales Kot and artist Luca Casalanguida, with Heather Marie Lawrence Moore on colors and Aditya Bidikar...

Review: X-MEN #10 – Death and Violence on the Moon

Introduction Tying into the Empyre event, Marvel Comics releases X-Men #10 July 29. Writer and "Head of X" Jonathan Hickman is joined by artist Leinil Francis Yu, color artist...

Review: FIREFLY #18 — The Times Are Changing In This ‘Verse

Firefly #18 continues the tale of Sheriff Reynolds, taking a definitive turn away from the original series.

Two Battle For Dominance In Mirka Andolfo’s MERCY #4

Mercy #4 is a deeply unsettling addition to the series, delving into memories and debating about the line between monster and humanity.

Review: CABLE #2 – Like Father, Like Son

Young Cable's adventures continue in Cable #2, released by Marvel Comics on July 29. Writer Gerry Duggan, artist Phil Not, and letterer VC's Joe Sabino continue...

Review: EMPYRE #3 Establishes The Event As A Potential Secret Invasion Sequel

Empyre #3 leaves us wanting a follow-up to one of Marvel's most famous events.

Review: ASCENDER #11 Brings Back Driller In Spectacular Fashion

ASCENDER #11, available in comic book stores Wednesday, July 29th, brings back one of Descender loyalists most favorite characters. Driller, the massive robot bodyguard of...

SPAWN #308 – A Spawn War Is Beginning To Brew

Spawn #308 out this week from Image Comics is the beginning of a new arc in the franchise complete with a new artist Ken...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #7 – Follow the Leader

On July 28, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #7, continuing with writer Brian Michael Bendis's reimagining of the icon superhero team. Artist Ryan Sook...

Review: The Machines Play Their Hands in THE KILL LOCK #6

The final chapter of Livio Ramondelli's surprise hit "The Kill Lock" has arrived, and it's as brilliant an ending a mini-series could hope for....

Review: WONDER WOMAN #759 Sees the Return of Max Lord

A New Age of Wonder Woman has Begun! It’s time for another new team to step in for Wonder Woman. Since 2017, we’ve had teams...

Review: X-FACTOR #1 – How to Find a Missing Mutant

After waiting a long time since Hickman and company first launched the Dawn of X, Marvel Comics is giving us a new X-Factor book,...

Review: Steve Rogers Rallies The Troops In EMPYRE: CAPTAIN AMERICA #1

Empyre: Captain America #1 is sure to pull at your patriotic heartstrings.

Review: PLUNGE #5 Uncovers A Terrifying Scheme

PLUNGE #5 hits comic book stores on Tuesday, July 28th, and it promises to give readers some answers. The team of divers have just...

Advance Review: In SEVEN SECRETS #1 Everything is Kept a Secret

Writer Tom Taylor, artist Daniele Di Nicuolo, colorist Walter Baiamonte, and letterer Ed Dukeshire know how to keep more than seven secrets. In fact,...

Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #7 Flips the Tone But Keeps the Balance

DC Comics' Suicide Squad #7, written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters...