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Review: Into The Heart Of The Rot In JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #21

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #21 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, March 25th, and it is a remarkable sequel to the story laid out in...

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #41

Amazing Spider-Man #41 doesn't hit your local comic shop until next week, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has a four-page preview...

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #30 – One Menacing Villain To Another…

This week Marvel drops AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #30 into our laps. This Absolute Carnage tie-in issue is much more than your average tie-in comic. Nick Spencer's other half, Ryan Ottley returns and puts on a show.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #25 – Spencer & Ottley Year 2

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #25 kicks off year two of Spencer & Ottley's run with a 60 page extravaganza!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #24: New Villain On The Rise

Following the fantastic "HUNTED" arc, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #24 begins to show us a bit more of this mysterious new villain that's been lurking in the shadows....

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1005 Rounds Out the Arkham Knight Arc

Batman’s showdown with the Arkham Knight comes to a climax in Detective Comics #1005. Bruce and Damian race to the Gotham Observatory, hoping to...

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #23 – “The Beast” Never Dies

Nick Spencer's "HUNTED" arc has concluded, but there's plenty of fallout. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #23 gives us an epilogue to Kraven's final hunt.

Review: The Tragedy of Astrid Arkham in DETECTIVE COMICS #1004

The plot thickens in Detective Comics #1004, as we learn Astrid Arkham’s origins, and the root of her hatred for Batman. As the daughter of...

THE TERRIFICS #5 Review: Elementary My Dear Rex Mason

THE TERRIFICS #5 storytelling by Doc Shaner &Jeff Lemire, colors by Nathan Fairbairn, and letters by Tom Napolitano bursts onto our shelves this week as Shaner and Lemire use ingenious creativity, as well as witty banter, to take our Terrific Team on what feels like a nostalgic “Elementary” adventure that’s been missing in DC comics for a long time.