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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....

G.I. JOE #2 Puts The Fight and Joe in Family

This Wednesday, IDW'S G.I. JOE #2 shifts the focus from recruitment to basic training as Tiger learns what it is to be a Joe,...

Review: Helene Fuels Her Revenge In DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: A DARKENED WISH #3

Fans of the Forgotten Realms comic book adaptation will once again join their favorite lively party of adventurers as they explore the region's secrets....

G.I. JOE #1 Is a Joe-Tastic Start For New Readers

This Wednesday the action-packed first issue of IDW's newly rebooted G.I. Joe releases, where everyone can be a Joe, even you! The G.I. Joe comic...

Review: STAR TREK YEAR FIVE #5 Reinventing A True Classic

The creators working on IDW Publishing's Star Trek Year Five are telling their story in such a fun and exciting way. This is Star Trek at it's best.

Review: STAR TREK YEAR FIVE #4 Evokes All The Best Original Series Memories

In Star Trek Year Five, the characters, plot, and design has that 1960’s feel about it in all the best possible ways. This comic is a joy to read,

Review: STAR TREK THE Q CONFLICT Limps Towards The Final Frontier

A bland, unimaginative end to a series with real potential. Unfortunately, Star Trek The Q Conflict promised more than the writers could delivery.

Review: STAR TREK THE Q CONFLICT #5 Can’t Find The Space It’s Set In

Star Trek The Q Conflict has wavered from the beginning. It is a great concept drowned by characters and has limited space in which to tell a story.

Review: STAR TREK YEAR FIVE Is Destined To Be A Classic

It is only two issues in but Star Trek Year Five from IDW Publishing is already shaping up to be a classic Star Trek comic,