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Review: The Truce Begins To Unravel In SACRED SIX #1

SACRED SIX #1, available from Dynamite Comics on July 8th, begins a new story where creatures of the night attempt peaceful living in the...

Scott Snyder’s DARK NIGHTS: DEATH METAL Expands To Seven Issues

DC Comics dropped a ton of information about Dark Nights: Death Metal Thursday morning. The biggest news, apparently, there's a Dark Knight who is...

A Chaotic Tale Begins Again in QUANTUM & WOODY #1

Quantum & Woody #1 is the chaotic start to what is sure to be a memorable miniseries, full of dynamic characters and hilarious moments.

Review: VAMPIRELLA #5 Offers Great Characterization, Minimal Story

Vampirella’s enemies organize and grow in the shadows of Vampirella #5, out this week from Dynamite Entertainment. Meanwhile, the therapy sessions continue, delving into...

Review: VAMPIRELLA #4 is a Narrative Turning Point

There are plenty of superheroes in the annals of comics lore who operate in the shadows. I think it’s fair to count Vampirella among...

Review: Solid Action, Jumbled Storytelling in VAMPIRELLA #2

How does a vampire “get a life?” If you’re Vampirella, the answer is simple: team up with squadron of heavily-armed combat nuns to take...

Review: The Queen Returns with VAMPIRELLA #1

It’s been 50 years since Vampirella first graced the comic page. Now, Dynamite Entertainment reintroduces the fan favorite anti-heroine with Vampirella #1. The story picks...

DEATHSTROKE #45 An Exclusive DC Preview “Who Is Under The Mask?”

DEATHSTROKE #45 hits your local comic books store on July 3, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive six-page preview...

Exclusive Preview: JUSTICE LEAGUE #41 – The Power Ring Does What Now?

JUSTICE LEAGUE #41 hits your local comic book store on March 21, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for you. Jones’ cover is pinup glory that builds tension with the African backdrop, the Red Hood, and Red Lion. Priest has a way to keep the story grounded and relatable, but also epic. He also tosses in a physics lesson for good measure, giving the super nerds more ammunition for the Green lantern powering debates. Woods’ two-page spread gives a great panning shot of the scale of the Watchtower and devastation it caused.