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Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of 03/28/18: Highest of Houses and Doomiest of Clocks

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of 03/28/18: Highest of Houses and Doomiest of Clocks

Hopefully, it will get even better from here.[caption id="attachment_821149" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Kid Lobotomy #6 cover by Nick Robles[/caption]Loss: Kid Lobotomy #6's Impenetrable SurrealismI will admit that I've not read the rest of this series, but Kid Lobotomy #6 is among the most unforgiving comics to a new reader that I've ever seen[...]

Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]I’m not even sure where to start with the plot of this one.Kid Lobotomy has a flashback to a time when he saw Big Daddy beat a man to death over a disagreement about a book Kid runs away, and we return to the present where he is given guidance by a giant cockroach[...]

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

But it takes Julie’s sentimental journey to a late ’80s Smiths concert to figure out who’s behind it—which is likely to ruffle Dorothy Culpepper’s tarnished, bloody feathers. FC • 32 pages • $3.99Punks Not Dead #4—Cover B: Dilraj Mann David Barnett (w) • Martin Simmonds (a) • Dilraj Mann (c) FC • 32 pages • $3.99 Bullet points:       Don’t[...]