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The fourth issue of Livio Ramondelli's "The Kill Lock" brings this motley crew of machines together like a dysfunctional family, just before an unpredictable...
Reading Pandemica in the midst of a global health crisis adds weight to some of the themes that Maberry is attempting to bring out.
Livio Ramondelli has created one of the surprise-best comics of recent months with his all-robot cast in "The Kill Lock." This third issue offers...
Stan Sakai's classic Rabbit Rōnin, Miyamoto Usagi, receives the IDW Color Classics treatment in this week's Usagi Yojimbo Color Classics #1. Sakai's Usagi has been...
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.
Although in the early years Capp used Li'l Abner as a means to lampoon stuffed-shirt conservatives, whether from the north or the south, as the character and Capp aged Li'l Abner developed a decidedly more conservative tone.
Mixing modern political concerns with theoretical end world scenarios, Pandemica is a hard hitting apocalypse story that cuts close to the bone.
Mountainhead #1 from IDW Publishing has, without doubt, a stark, blood soaked, eye-catching opening. Expressive and darkly funny but lacking strong characters.