• Review: ‘Abe Sapien’ #11

    For the past few issues, Abe Sapien’s story seemed to be stalling. Abe was bouncing around to different locations and there was very little intrigue...

  • Review: ‘Beasts of Burden: Hunters & Gatherers’

    A charming and dark fairytale, the one-shot “Beasts of Burden: Hunters & Gatherers” takes its enchanted concept and brings it up to its fullest potential....

  • Review: ‘Afterlife With Archie’ #4

    strong>”Afterlife With Archie” #4 continues to be one of the best horror titles out there. The zombie apocalypse has wreaked havoc upon the sleepy and...

  • Review: ‘Evil Empire’ #1

    Max Bemis’ “Evil Empire” #1 accomplishes exactly what a first issue in a series should accomplish. It introduces the main players, sets up vague and...

  • Review: ‘Bad Blood’ #3

    Jonathan Maberry’s “Bad Blood” #3 continues in the same vein of the previous issues, utilizing hyperrealism, meta elements, and ordinary tropes of our daily 21st...

  • Review: ‘Moon Knight’ #1

    An action-packed thriller, “Moon Knight” #1 delivers top-notch writing and stylish artwork to reinvigorate a hero that has had a tough time in the past....

  • Review: ‘Furious’ #2

    “Furious” #2 sets out to expose the mystery surrounding Cadence Lark through exploration of her backstory in a sequence of well–placed flashbacks. But as “Furious”...

  • Review: ‘Dead Boy Detectives’ #3

    With two appealing protagonists, “Dead Boy Detectives” #3 strikes the right balance between charming and frightening at the same time. After being introduced in the...

  • Review: ‘One-Hit Wonder’ #1

    Crime and comedy. When mixed together nicely, it can be a gem of a story, and “One-Hit Wonder” #1 is is just that. Fabrice Sapolsky...

  • Review: ‘Mind MGMT’ #19

    Visually appealing and cleverly written, “Mind MGMT” #19 is an exciting sci-fi thriller that has the right mix of action, humor, and suspense. Because of...

  • Review: ‘Revenge’ #1

    Jonathan Ross is a British late night television host that made the transition into comics a few years back with the release of “Turf”, a...

  • Review: ‘Rat Queens’ #5

    With each issue of “Rat Queens” we get closer and closer to the heart of these four raucous chicks, showcasing the brilliance of this series....

  • Review: Joe Hill’s ‘Wraith: Welcome To Christmasland’ #4

    A thrilling nail-biter, “Wraith: Welcome To Christmasland” #4 never lets its readers off its hooks. Based on Joe Hill’s critically acclaimed novel, “NOS4A2,” readers will...

  • Review: ‘The Wake’ #6

    A clever apocalyptic thriller, “The Wake” #6 continues to be a terrifying and visually breathtaking read. Each page keeps the reader’s attention sustained in endless...

  • Review: ‘Sheltered’ #7

    With such suspenseful pacing, “Sheltered” #7 keeps readers riveted until the very last page. As each installment gets better and better, the “Sheltered” series must...

  • Review: ‘Pariah’ #1

    An interesting new story comes out of Dark Horse this week. The tale infuses some subtle mystery with a large dose of science fiction to...

  • Review: ‘Gravel: Combat Magician’ #1

    “Gravel” is one of Avatar Press’ longest running series, with multiple mini-series dating back to 1999 and an ongoing series that lasted for 21 issues....

  • Review: ‘Undertow’ #1

    “Undertow” is billed as a “new pulp monster series” but it’s clear very early on in this first issue that it’s indeed a very shrewd...

  • Review: ‘Ash and the Army of Darkness’ #4

    In the fourth installment of Niles and Calero’s “Ash and the Army of Darkness” series, we find ourselves traversing very familiar territory… in more ways...

  • Review: ‘The Extinction Parade’ #5

    A frightening vision of the apocalypse, “The Extinction Parade” #5 is a terrifying read that doesn’t hold back on its shocks and scares. With vampires...

  • Review: ‘Unity’ #4

    Billed as the Valiant Universe’s answer to the Avengers, “Unity” launched with a massive bang and a lot of hype. The first story-arc promised to...

  • Review: ‘The Strain: The Fall’ #8

    A quick read, “The Strain: The Fall” #8 is a pure shot of adrenaline. Finally, these are predatory vampires we’re actually dealing with. While I’m...

  • Review: ‘X’ #10

    The rogues galleries of anti-heroes who kill their enemies tend to be small, if not non-existent. In “X” #10, that situation is addressed by some...

  • Review: ‘The Fuse’ #1

    “The Fuse” #1 is a fresh breath of air in the cop procedural/crime comic book genre. Set 22,000 miles adrift planet Earth on an orbiting...