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Review: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #27 Is Surprisingly Emotional

Sonic The Hedgehog #27 keeps the action high thanks to writing by Ian Flynn, pencils and inks by Evan Stanley and Adam Bryce Thomas,...

Review: TRANSFORMERS #19 Falls Flat

The Decepticons are making their move in Transformers #19 by Brian Ruckley, Anna Malkova, Joana La Fuente, and Jake M. Wood. Is this revolution...

Review: Preparing For Boss Battles In SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #26

Preparations for a major battle begin in Sonic The Hedgehog #26 from Ian Flynn, Evan Stanley, Priscilla Tramontano, Matt Herms, and Heather Breckel. Does...

IDW’s SONIC THE HEDGEHOG Runs Free Of Archie Comics’ Past

As the Sonic The Hedgehog series celebrates its first milestone by reaching 25 issues with IDW comics, its time for fans of the Archie...

Review: It’s Harvest Time in READ ONLY MEMORIES #2

What seemed like a simple missing person’s case develops into a much deeper, more arcane mystery in Read Only Memories #2, out this week...

On Reading the 1st Year of Al Capp’s Li’l Abner: Meet the Yokums

Li'l Abner may be gigantic, but he doesn't get violent often. His mammy taught him to use his head first and his fists as a last resort. Rest assured that if Abner has to "smack yo' 'round a bit," then yo' deserve it.

Review: Scum & Villainy in THE KILL LOCK #2

The second issue of Livio Ramondelli's "The Kill Lock" invests itself into the flaws and backstory of its characters as they seek a cure...

IDW Starts The New Year Strong With I CAN SELL YOU A BODY #1

This Wednesday is the first for many things; the first day of 2020, the first Wednesday of 2020, the first New Comic Book Day...

Review: These Robots are Not Alright in THE KILL LOCK #1

Transformers artist Livio Ramondelli brings an engaging new premise to bear with "The Kill Lock" #1. An intriguing plot, smart dialogue and top-notch artwork...