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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...

Review: PANDEMICA #5 Is Trumped By The Real World.

Lacking in emotional drive and any real spark of imagination, Pandemica feels outdated even before it is finished

Review: X-MEN/FANTASTIC FOUR #4 – Welcome to the New World

After COVID-related delays, Marvel Comics was finally able to release X-Men/Fantastic Four #4 on July 22. Following up on a lingering thread from House...

Review: PULP Is A Brilliant Revenge Epic With The Volume Turned Down

Written by Ed Brubaker with art and lettering by Sean Phillips and colors by Jacob Phillips, Image Comics' Pulp is a fresh spin on a...

Review: WOLVERINE #3 – Wolverine Triumphant…For Now.

Marvel Comics released Wolverine #3 on July 22. Writer Benjamin Percy continues Wolverine's search for the Flower Cartel and the Pale Girl, who caused...

Review: NEW MUTANTS #11 – Dreams, Nightmares, & Social Media (oh my!)

On July 22, Marvel Comics released New Mutants  #11. Writer Ed Brisson wraps up his arc with the nightmare-causing mutant in Carnelia (her name is...

Review: POWER RANGERS: RANGER SLAYER #1: A Testament To What BOOM! Studios Has Achieved

Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1 by Ryan Parrott, Dan Mora, Raul Angulo, and Ed Dukeshire comes off like a victory lap for BOOM! Studios....

Review: John Layman Comes Back For Seconds in CHU #1

Writer John Layman, writer of the massively acclaimed Chew series, teams up with artist Dan Boultwood to bring readers the first issue of "Chu,"...

LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER #5: The Plot Thickens With Revelations

Like Father, Like Daughter #5, available now from Comic Uno is the start of a new arc about a family bonding experience written by...

Review: The Horrors Of War On Full Display In Monstress #29

Monstress #29, available from Image Comics on July 22nd, recounts the siege Ravenna between the warring factions of humans and magical folk as the...

Review: TRANSFORMERS #21 Is Unbalanced And Unfocused

The rise of the Decepticons continues in Transformers #21 by Brian Ruckley, Bille Montwort, Blacky Shepherd, Joana LaFuente, John-Pual Bove, and Jake M. Wood...

Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: SINS RISING PRELUDE – Resurrecting an Old Character in the Best Way

The Amazing Spider-Man: Sins Rising Prelude, published by Marvel Comics this week, beautifully sets the stage for an old character in Spider-Man history to...