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Die!Die!Die! is the brand-new surprise comic from Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment hitting comic stores tomorrow (with 11 covers at least).
Wayward Sisters is a collection celebrating the stories of female and non-binary monsters through various adventures that range from beauty pageants to violent vengeance.
In this preview of Long Lost #4, we continue our journey with sisters Piper and Frances, learning more about family, history, and their home of Hazel
Review: Overall, Sideways #1 isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but it obviously has a solid direction in mind. Where the story goes will hopefully be a little more entertaining.
Review: For a book where 90% of the cast wears a mask, Bonehead #2 manages a lot fluidity and interest. I’ll be keeping my eye out for issue #3.
Review: Whether an artist, musician, or someone merely interested in the universe, anyone looking for a tightly woven, emotional journey should look no further than Godshaper.
Purgatory is a popular subject in books, movies, and TV. In Limbo Lounge, author and artist Dave Calver brings his quirky take on the topic to comics.
Review: It's not often that a comic book offers up what seems like true, impossible hopelessness — at least, not at the scale that The Shadow/Batman #4 brings to the table.
Review: For being a backstory issue focused on the characters of an already fantastic book, Secret Weapons #0 holds its own.
The comics in Alex Schumacher's Defiling the Literati are short, but they are remarkably straightforward. The entire book will make you stop and think — and maybe even change your perspective on the world.
Pestilence is a story that steadily grows better. It hooks you in quickly and leaves you eager to turn the page. If you're a fan of zombies or Tieri's previous works, then this collection is for you.
Bonehead #1: In a futuristic city, roaming gangs nicknamed “Boneheads” use specialized gear to circumvent the law and traverse the world all in the name of adrenaline and recognition. But is it a good read?
Issue #2 of the ongoing Jem anthology — Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions — is out and bringing another pair of stories for any eager Jem fan.
Review: This comic's forte is subtle, creeping horror, and Long Lost #2 takes quiet, everyday scenes and spins them into something captivating.