With success on Kickstarter, The Antagonists #1-3 presents a wonderfully complex story about nuanced characters limited by technical execution issues.
With world-altering framing and sure hands comfortable with heavy lifting in a story, Dark Ages #1 posits a slightly different Marvel universe, just a
With a gigantic exposition dump and the beginnings of a sense of framing, Mister Miracle #4: The Source Of Freedom starts to connect the dots like
In Icon & Rocket #2: Season One, you absolutely should not come looking for your father’s Augustus Freeman the 3rd, or yours, depending on your age.
With solid timing on the heels of the Loki Disney+ series, Kang the Conqueror #1 is a character piece that digs into the forging of the chronal criminal
In Time Before Time #4, two desperate souls are out of their depth after stealing a time travel capsule from a criminal organization, and now they have to
The events of one of the latest crossovers have left an absence in the Bat "family," as Alfred Pennyworth perished at the hands of one of the costumed
Almost like stepping into the maskless multiplexes of the late eighties and early nineties, Batman ’89 #1 seamlessly takes you back into the cinematic
It’s no easy trick using the actual commission of violence as a means of characterization. Still, The Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton #3 manages to pull
With a healthy respect for the source material that made it possible while injecting a new sense of immediacy to the proceedings, Hardware #1: Season One
Mashle: Magic and Muscles Vol. 1 is the latest entry in the Harry Potter-derived YA subgenre. Virtually everyone knows Harry Potter by now, so it’s become
The following is a non-spoiler review of The Suicide Squad, as long as you have seen the trailer. I saw The Suicide Squad at BFI London IMAX on Friday
What We Don't Talk About is the graphic novel debut from Charlot Kristensen, a talented artist, and writer who has made her first endeavor
A Man Among Ye #5 takes all the things you love about derring-do adventurers and pours it into a pirate theme with simple, effective entertainment value.
Between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, with the Empire arguably at the height of its powers, a desperate Rebel Alliance works to overcome