As I stood in line yesterday for tickets to comedian and comic book writer Frankie Boyle's current London show, it was slightly peculiar when I realised
If you’re looking to spend five dollars to read some very, very funny Spider-Man lines as he battles someone that (on paper) should be way out of his
The Good Asian #1 is a new twist on an old standard. If you like detective stories, you’ll like what Pichetshote & Co. serves up with The Good Asian.
Like 2020’s Blue In Green before The Many Deaths Of Laila Starr #1, Ram V knows what to write to get the best out of his collaborators. Filipe Andrade’s
With his own version of the Bat’s nocturnal infrastructure, Duke Thomas has shone brightly as an Outsider, and in the We Are Robin series of years past to
With a kind of optimism and brightness that’s, frankly, been missing in action for Marvel’s merry mutants, X-Men #1's new take on the classic franchise
Green Lantern #4 is a good book that got a lot of things right, but may have loaded its plate a little too high this month.
With a surprising bit of buddy comedy chemistry, time travel drapes itself over another tale of the Summers family drama with a spicy new side of dressing
Conflict Of Interest Siren: Hannibal Tabu, a Bleeding Cool writer, co-wrote MPLS Sound. I interacted with him a couple of times on Slack. To the best of
Based on a novel by Jason Fry, Star Wars Adventures: The Weapon Of A Jedi #2 is an adaptation of a Luke Skywalker adventure poised between A New Hope and
The number of people who are old enough to remember a leather jacket-wearing Henry Winkler (or a stunt double, we didn’t know) propel a motorcycle over an
I don’t know whether it’s bravery or lunacy to run a science fiction retelling of The Count Of Monte Cristo when the iconic anime Gankutsuou (itself a
With a clever and self-contained adventure, in Black Cat Annual #1, you get a look into superheroic perspectives from a less-often-shown part of the world
With outstanding character details, clever plotting, and energetic artwork, Shang-Chi #2 levels up everything the first issue did well. Thematically
S.W.O.R.D. #6 features a collection of breathtaking character moments, and you might get enough joy out of this to get past some mild issues with the