With an aesthetic vibe that owes much to the 1980s, Chariot #1 is a rough-hewn adventure makes some savvy statements about modern society without
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The effect of grief on people can drive them to extremes, as perhaps best seen in the current cultural sensation WandaVision. When in the grips of that,
One of the true powers of Megatron, one of the real reasons why he is a threat, has barely been explored. Much hay has been made about Megatron, the
This very clever indie comic may have some mild technical and pacing issues but Nightfall: Michael’s Awakening #1 shows a truly talented voice developing
If you still hanker for television mysteries, For Molly might be your jam, giving off some of those long-tail storytelling hooks that promise quite a lot.
(Marvel Comics, creative team: Charles Soule, Jesus Saiz, Arif Prianto, Clayton Cowles) This issue fills in the moments after the Millennium Falcon made
REVIEW: Black Panther And The Agents Of Wakanda #5 — "This Very Fun Issue Makes All The Right Moves"
(Marvel Comics, creative team: Jim Zub, Scot Eaton, Sean Parsons, Marcio Menyz, Erick Arcienega, Joe Sabino) Acting as perfect counterbalances for each
(IDW Publishing, creative team: Paul Allor, Niko Walter, Brittany Peer, Neil Uyetake) This issue spends most of its time using character development for
We deal with stress in different ways. Some people work out, some people go shopping, others do less productive things. In the case of six-year-old Laila, she befriends a dodo named Ralph.
Die Kitty Die, from former Archie artist/writer Fernando Ruiz and still-there Archie artist/writer Dan Parent, is brilliant. The story and characters