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REVIEW: STRANGE ADVENTURES #6 Comes Back to Its Characters

DC Comics' Strange Adventures has been an incredibly strong series. Most of my reviews thus far have given it a 5/5 on all fronts. But Strange Adventures...

REVIEW: RORSCHACH #1 Refuses to Live in WATCHMEN’s Shadow

DC Comics' Rorschach #1 has nothing to prove. Sure, it's a comic based around one of the most pivotal characters in the formation of...

Review: Melancholy Is The Green That Binds Us In LEGEND OF THE SWAMP THING HALLOWEEN SPECTACULAR #1

LEGEND OF THE SWAMP THING HALLOWEEN SPECTACULAR #1, available from DC Comics on October 6th, follows Big Green's anthology of life, loss, and revenge...

A Most Chaotic Conclusion In LUDOCRATS #5

The series comes to a chaotic conclusion in Ludocrats #5, and it does so with such enthusiasm.

Exclusive Preview: VENOM #28 – The KING IN BLACK Approaches

Venom #28 hits your local comic book shop on September 23, but thanks to Marvel Comics, our readers have a four-page preview. About the issue: As...

Review: REAVER #11 Ends One World And Starts Another

REAVER #11, available from Image Comics on September 9th, pits Rekala and Breaker against Stagger for the lives of his prisoners. Justin Jordan's story...

REVIEW: STRANGE ADVENTURES #5 Focuses off the Page

Written by Tom King, with art by Mitch Gerads and Evan "Doc" Shaner, and letters by Clayton Cowles, DC Comics' Strange Adventures #5 begins to...

DOCTOR TOMORROW #5: The End Of The Hero’s Journey Cycle

Doctor Tomorrow #5 is this week's finale to Valiant Entertainment's short but sweet series by writer Alejandro Arbona, artist Jim Towe, colorist Kelly Fitzpatrick,...

The War Against Rationality Continues In LUDOCRATS #4

Ludocrats #4 dives back into a chaos fueled world, all while portraying perfect comedic timing.