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Using One’s Resources For Good In FIREFLY #16

Firefly #16 is about to bring Mal's ploy back down to earth, and hard, in a way that only this series can manage.

Preview: FENCE RIVALS Building Tension And Growing Friendships

In Fence Rivals the creative team have pushed the design and storytelling to greater heights, improving on previous arcs.

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: TRANSFORMERS #17 Slowly Introduces A Big Problem

With Transformers #17, a major threat approaches the planet of Cybertron thanks to Brian Ruckley, Anna Malkova, Bethany McGuire-Smith, Joana LaFuente, and John-Paul Bove....


Firefly: The Outlaw Ma Reynolds pits mother against son, with Mal being forced to make some utterly shocking decisions in his journey.

FIREFLY #10 Is A Strong Reminder The Battle Never Ends

Firefly #10 is a fast-paced and heartrending issue, a reminder that you can take the soldier away from the war, but you can’t take the war out of the soldier’s heart.

Review: Springer Brings The Action In TRANSFORMERS #13

The new Transformers series from IDW Comics written by Brian Ruckley has been playing the slow game to re-introduce famous faces to this new...

Review: FENCE VOLUME 3 Dramatic To The End

Fence is a lot of fun and the artwork is impressive. It will suit fans of sport comics and those who enjoy Manga, but it is also entertaining escapism for everyone else.

Review: TRANSFORMERS #2 Building Tension With Immaculate Style

This week sees the release of the second issue of Transformers from IDW Publishing. Still basking in the glow of the new,  The World...