Have you ever imagined that the largest, most insurmountable problems in your life would be just kind of sort themselves out while you lay down for a
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With a healthy balance of humor and character development, Quests Aside #1 does a great job of showing the contrast between the realities of capitalism
Everything you love to see about the penultimate Dark Lord of the Sith is displayed in Star Wars: Darth Vader #22. The artist, formerly known as Anakin
In the initial Kill Lock miniseries, a ruthless mind spawned a lengthy and elaborate plan to pull the wool over an entire society. In Kill Lock: The
With a terrifying fidelity to the Tim Burton cinematic vision, this issue elevates the Two-Face we all really deserved to epic heights in Batman ’89 #5.
In a freaky twisting of reality television tropes, The Nice House On The Lake #8 shuffles the cards and plays a very different game. At the end of the
The balance of power is changing in the galaxy as the Green Lanterns accept a new means of bringing order to lawless space, and every thread from this
With both a relentless focus and a kind of camaraderie that is engaging to see, Captain America #0 sets up a new balance of power between shield slingers.
Possibly more than Squirrel Girl or the denizens of Equestria, Nightwing #91 shows that Dick Grayson’s most effective weapon might be the power of
As we have allowed it to develop, the world itself may be the actual greatest villain in One-Star Squadron #5, a masterful showcase of emotion,
With the kind of bombast that really came of age during the tail end of the halcyon cold war era, G.I. Joe: Saturday Morning Adventures #2 throws you into
A shadowy struggle takes on an unexpected twist in Star Wars: Darth Vader #21, an issue that has some success dancing between the raindrops of The Empire
You'll find a clever done-in-one crime story in Newburn #5, which takes the former cop turned mob peacemaker into a place where he's in the most danger:
You might think you see shades of Nightmask or Dream Thief or Sleepwalker in Slumber #1, a debut issue that mixes a murder mystery with an otherworldly
With an admirable modern spirit straining against unfortunate similarities with the past, Superman: Son of Kal-El #8 tries to chart a new path for the