IT'S MORPHIN TIME! Power Rangers fans new and old, rejoice — Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Year One is on its way.
High Moon follows werewolf cowboys and the bevy of supernatural creatures they face. Sound cool? Well, you might want to temper some of that excitement.
Motor Crush is back, and we finally get to find out where Domino has been. It's time for our girl to get back in the mix — and #7 does not disappoint.
Batman and the Shadow are back with another fabulous team-up, this time with Steve Orlando in complete control of the script.
Champions #13 is a rather cut-and-dry-issue, but there are plenty of endearing moments to smooth out the edges and keep the plot going.
In The Unbelievable Gwenpool #21, our titular hero is set on the task of brainstorming just how to join the Avengers. But is it worth a read?
With 'Long Lost', Matthew Erman and Lisa Sterle have created an incredibly effective horror comic unburdened by unnecessary dialogue.
If you're a fan of Archie Comics – and more specifically, Betty and Veronica – you don't want to miss out on super-sized digest Archie Giant Comics Treat!
There are a lot of great comics tucked away in World of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #71, but many exhibit a mean-spirited, “it's a man's world” rhetoric.
Even if you're not interested in the Jem universe, the camaraderie and love in Jem and the Misfits is well worth stepping outside of your comfort zone for.
Melissa Joan Hart hang up your witch's hat and make some room for my new favorite Sabrina. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #8 is here and it's a wild
Another day, another Archie Digest. This time we're taking a look at Archie Comics Double Digest #281. The first thing to note about this particular
Dark Ark #1 skillfully sets up an intriguing new supernatural world, with an art style and otherworldly color palette perfect for the subject matter.
The new Marvel Comics Digest featuring the Avengers gives each character time to shine with great issue picks, better consistency, and a more dynamic theme.
If you're looking for a lighthearted collection to fight off the sadness of summer ending, then Archie's Funhouse Back To School Annual #27 is for you.
The stellar artwork, additional covers, and fun issues in 'Jem and the Holograms Vol. 5: Truly Outrageous' are more than worth the price.
Despite being rather wordy, Wynonna Earp: Season Zero #1 is a strong first issue. There's a burst of excitement in the middle that makes up for the drag.
'Mrs. B., A North Korean Woman' showcases a clever, crafty, and very human woman who makes the best out of a rough situation.
From the NYAFF: Cho Hyun-hoon's 'Jane' is a good movie trapped in too much fluff and fantasy with a hook that never quite makes enough sense.
It should come as no surprise that Dragon Age: Knight Errant #3 is for fans and nothing more. If this is your first dip into the series, best not to bother.
Jem and the Holograms: Infinite delivers on stunning colors and art, but does the story match the art work? Find out in this review!
Inspired by the movie and the books it was based off of, Kull Eternal is the story of a runaway warrior turned king turned modern-day lizard-person killer.
Spider-Man Homecoming is out next month, and leading up to it Marvel is releasing a bunch of stuff featuring our favorite friendly neighborhood superhero.
'Ravina The Witch?' is lovingly rendered and drawn with care — a must for anyone who loves a good fairytale, but is cynical at heart.