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UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY #3 – Out Of Time

More past is revealed in Undiscovered Country #3, out this week from Image Comics. First Impressions Scott Snyder and Charles Soule have created a really and...

Review: UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY #1 – When I Stroll Into the Wild Wild West

"Wild Wild West, Jim West, desperado, rough rider. No, you don't want nada." These profound lyrics from Will Smith feel like they were written...

WHITE TREES #2 Finale Is An Emotional Gut Punch

This Wednesday Image Comics' epic fantasy, WHITE TREES #2 concludes in a beautiful, yet emotional issue. White Trees #1 introduced the readers to a fantasy...

Review: BATTLEPUG #1 Is A Hysterical, Pug-filled Adventure

Mike Norton's popular comic is moving from the webcomic space into its own recurring series at Image Comics. Available on Wednesday, September 4, BATTLEPUG...

Review: THE WHITE TREES #1 Is A Fantastic New Age Fantasy

Image Comic's newest mini-series The White Trees #1 hits your local comic shop on August 14, when asked what this series is about White...

Review: PAPER GIRLS #30 and the Pain of Nostalgia

Well, this is it. After nearly four years, Paper Girls #30 signals the end to the strange, time- and space-traversing adventures of four girls...

Marvel Reveals WAR OF THE REALMS Art

War of the Realms is about to break loose in the Marvel Universe, and now we have our first look at some preview pages...

Review: THE MIGHTY THOR #705 – Aaron, Dauterman, & Wilson Are So Damn Good

There are certain times when a writer and a comic book artist hit 88 miles per hour with a juiced up Flux Capacitor, and anything is possible. Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman are flying around in a DeLorean, cruising around time and space at this very moment because of The Mighty Thor #705.

Cry Havoc #1 Review: Much More Bite Than Expected

“It’s not about a Lesbian Werewolf going to war except it kind of is.” Seriously?! When I first read that quote atop the free...