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HAWKMAN #21 Gives the Villain Center Stage to Wreak Havoc

Hawkman #21, written by Robert Venditti, with pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert and Wade Von Grawbadger, colors by Jeromy Cox and...

The Battle’s Over, but the War’s Just Begun in RED SONJA #13

Dragan is dead. With the Zamoran forces defeated and chased from Hyrkania, one might think Sonja and her people could take the opportunity to...

Review: The Final Battle Rages in RED SONJA #12

It all comes down to this. With Red Sonja #12, out this week from Dynamite Entertainment, we have the final showdown between Sonja’s rag-tag...

Review: The Tides of War are Turning in RED SONJA #11

It’s true: Dragan may have taken Hyrkania. However, Sonja and her remaining band of allies have one last, desperate trick up their sleeve in...

Review: PUNISHER: SOVIET #1 – Classic Punisher… TO THE MAX

It’s not every day that an acclaimed writer such as Garth Ennis returns to a character that helped him establish himself as one of...

Review: Rabbits, Sheep & Talking Severed Heads in RED SONJA #10

Most of her people have abandoned her. Many of her closest advisors betrayed her. Things seem bleak for our heroine in Red Sonja #10,...

Review: OUR ENCOUNTERS WITH EVIL is Classy Comedic Monster Horror

From the mind of Hellboy, creator Mike Mignola and writer/artist Warwick Johnson-Cadwell comes a new graphic novel steeped in folklore and classic monster myth....

Review: BATMAN ANNUAL #4: Days in the Life of the Dark Knight

Taking a break from the turbulence of "City of Bane" in the main series, writer Tom King and artist Jorge Fornes remind readers what...

Review: TREES: THREE FATES #2 – Small Town, Big Mystery.

Warren Ellis and Jason Howard’s Trees: Three Fates #2 is a tightly constructed supernatural murder mystery whose focused story and rough-hatched art style succeed...