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Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 cover by Aaron Lopresti

Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 Review: The Heroes Meet and the Tale Deepens

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Sonja meets Tarzan on the Greystoke estate. Tarzan is unwilling to wait for her to explain herself, as Eson Duul has threatened to kill his family. Tarzan rides to Duul's estate, but Sonja follows quickly behind. The two arrive at the estate to find Duul absent, but an odd groundskeeper knows both […]

Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #9 cover by Maria Sanapo and Ceci de la Cruz

Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #9 Review: Bare-Bones and Uninteresting

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Lirio and Chano are at the mercy of Caldwell's mercenaries and the monsters they have unleashed. Sheena will stop at nothing to save her friends, but these monsters may be too much for even the Queen of the Jungle to save. Caldwell and his allies have no idea what they have unleashed, though, […]

Myopia: Rise of the Domes cover by Patrick Berkenkotter and Mohan

Myopia: Rise of the Domes Review – Heavy and Strange Sci-Fi with No Solid Conclusion

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In the future, contact lenses have been crafted to be multipurpose cell phone-like devices. They are also state-mandated and are a means of tracking. At a lab where the lenses are manufacture and upgraded, a new scientist is hired who looks mysteriously like one who just died. This new team member befriends the […]

Pumpkinhead #4 cover by Kyle Strahm and Greg Smallwood

Pumpkinhead #4 Review: Flawed but Fun Demon vs. Demon Action

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Clayton and the Bellworth's are on the run. Haggis is on the run from another of the demons, and Pumpkinhead arrives to fight it in her stead. The demon of avarice is after the Kinkade's, but the Sheriff and her deputy fight it off for as long as they can. Pumpkinhead #4 provides […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool

Welcome to the next installment of Comic Book Wins and Losses! This week, we're going to try something a little different. To limit myself and to, honestly, make these a little easier to construct, there will only be five wins and five losses. This may fluctuate depending on circumstances, but that will be the template […]

Savage Tales: Vampirella One-Shot Cover by Robert Hack

Savage Tales: Vampirella #1 Review – Dumb, Bloody, B-Movie Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Vampirella finds herself in a strange land with no memory of how she arrived there. Worse yet, a band of barbarian warriors have arrived to give her a not-so-warm welcome. She fights them off and learns of the powerful sorcerer whom controls the barbarians. She sets her sight on the sorcerer's kingdom and […]

Pumpkinhead #3 Cover by Kyle Strahm and Greg Smallwood

Pumpkinhead #3 Review: Quit Interrupting the Demon Fight

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Sheriff and her deputy take Bunt to the Kinkades in the hopes of figuring out what happened to the Bellworths. Elsewhere, Pumpkinhead is closing in on Clayton and the remaining Bellworths, but the other demons have been summoned. The demons for Sloth, Lust, and Envy are attacking the Vengeance demon, Pumpkinhead. Another […]


Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 cover by Adam Hughes

Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 Review: Eson Duul is Making All the Wrong Enemies

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Eson Duul is attempting to purchase property belonging to a friend of John Clayton Greystoke, aka Tarzan. Not only that, but Duul has abducted the animal family of the Tarzan. This enrages the Ape-Man, and he challenges Duul. In another time, Red Sonja seeks vengeance against Eson Duul for other crimes. Red Sonja/Tarzan […]

Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 2nd, 2018: Avengers Assemble!

This story begins with "gentrification on gigabyte-laced steroids," so that's promising.[caption id="attachment_839713" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 cover by Adam Hughes[/caption]Red Sonja/Tarzan #1Gail Simone is uniting Tarzan and Red Sonja alongside artist Walter Geovani.  The two fight a the villainous Eson Duul, and, with a creative team like this, it's sure to be an enjoyable read.[caption id="attachment_839714"[...]


Pumpkinhead #2 Cover by Kyle Strahm and Greg Smallwood

Pumpkinhead #2 Review: Artistic Step-Down but Still Solid Action-Horror

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Pumpkinhead closes in on Clayton Reese and his associates. After a bloodbath, Clayton and his two guardians escape the farm and get in contact with someone who could help stop Pumpkinhead. Back in town, the sheriff and her deputy stumble across the massacre at Reese's hideout thanks to a drug bust. This leads […]

Legenderry Red Sonja #2 cover by Joe Benitez and Beth Sotelo

Legenderry Red Sonja #2 Review: Red Sonja is a Steam-Punk Pirate

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Sonja helps Tesla to save D'Nar, the son of Gath, from his cruel wizard father. The rescue is a success, and that leads these three and Sonja's crew to another location that contains a great power. Elsewhere, Tesla's father makes plans of his own. Plus, Gath is not deterred by the freedom […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of March 7th, 2018: Oblivion Song and Venom Revisited

Plus, the hints it drops about the plot going forward tantalizes the imagination.[caption id="attachment_805366" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Hornet #1 cover by Mike Choi[/caption]Loss: Green Hornet #1 is Not the Fresh Start this Franchise NeededThe idea of a new Green Hornet coming to the table under a new creative team seemed like a promising new start[...]

Dejah Thoris #2 cover by Mike McKone

Dejah Thoris #2 Review: Beware the Great White Ape and His Many Arms

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Dejah Thoris and her allies are attacked by a massive white ape, and, after a bloody battle, few remain to continue the mission. They cross many deserts in the hopes of finding Ephysium. Once things start looking up, yet another threat arises to take the lives of our heroes. I know the basic […]

Green Hornet #1 cover by Mike Choi

Green Hornet #1 Review: A New Green Hornet Rises

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Britt Reid, aka the Green Hornet, is missing. Without Reid, his family's newspaper empire, the Daily Sentinel, is in danger of falling apart to a mysterious rival corporation. Without the Green Hornet, Century City's criminal underworld is running rampant and copycats are popping up. Kato, partner to Britt's father and mentor to Britt […]

Pumpkinhead #1 cover by Kelley Jones and Chris O'Halloran

Pumpkinhead #1 Review: Some of Writer Cullen Bunn's Finest Work

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A group of young girls are sent out by an old witch-like woman to pick their demon from a pumpkin patch. One girl, named Haggis, is disliked by most of the other girls, but she finds one pumpkin atop a small plateau. In the present, there has been a hit-and-run murder of a […]

Red Sonja #12 cover by Ben Caldwell

Red Sonja #12 Review: Chopping Heads and Getting Mead

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Sonja and Wallace find an open portal possibly created by Wallace, and he may have created copies of himself and Red Sonja on the other side of the portal. The two go through the portal and find themselves in an unfamiliar desolate wasteland. After much walking and convincing a merchant to lead […]

The Boys: Amazon Casts Five More for The Seven's Roster

Usher (Survivor’s Remorse) and Nathan Mitchell (iZombie) are set to join Jessica Jones' Erin Moriarty as leads in the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis (Preacher) and Darick Robertson's (Happy!) comic book series.Created for series by Eric Kripke (Supernatural) and with Preacher‘s Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen set to direct, here's an overview of the comic[...]

Pathfinder Worldscape: Red Sonja #1 cover by Roberto Castro and Mohan

Pathfinder Worldscape Red Sonja #1 Review: Wordy but Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Red Sonja, King Rex, and Cave Girl ride out to find the Eye of Issus before the Holy Thern Death Cult only to find that the Therns have already reached the location of the Eye. This leaves our three heroes to find more creative means of reaching the Eye of Issus. Can they […]