Steed and Mrs. Peel #0 Review

Steed and Mrs. Peel #0 (Boom Studios) Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Steve Bryant Review by Bob Reyer  One of the 196os’ most original television series has made it back onto comics pages with the Boom Stud... Read More...

Captain Marvel #3 Review

The names are on the bombs. #clever Captain Marvel #3 Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick Art by Dexter Soy (w/ Rich Elson & Will Quintana, pg. 17-18, Karl Kesel & Javier Rodriguez, pg. 19)... Read More...

New Deadwardians #6 Review

New Deadwardians #6 Written by Dan Abnett Art by I. N. J. Culbard Colors by Patricia Mulvihill Review by Rajan Khanna We're now six issues into New Deadwardians, with only two issues to go in... Read More...

Gambit #2 Review

He's spelunking inside a woman. Crazy. Gambit #2 Written by James Asmus Penciled by Clay Mann Inked by Seth Mann Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg Review by Joey Braccino Like most ‘90s kids, I... Read More...

American Vampire #30 Review

American Vampire #30 Review Writer: Scott Snyder Art: Rafael Albuquerque Reviewed by David Short What would life be like if you could not die? At first glance it would seem like a perfect situat... Read More...

Uncanny X-Force #30 Review

  Uncanny X-Force #30 Story by Rick Remender Art by Dave Williams Review by Mara Whiteside   Any teacher or parent will tell you how easy it is to shape a child. Though at times... Read More...

Bucko Review

Bucko Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated by Erika Moen Review by Stephanie Cooke Lately I’ve fallen in love with web comics. I spend so much time on my computer that every now and again I need tot ake... Read More...

Prophet #28 Review

Prophet #28 Story by Brandon Graham with Giannis Milonogiannis and Simon Roy Art by Giannis Milonogiannis Colors by Joseph Bergin III Review by Rajan Khanna Prophet #28 gives us the most direct nar... Read More...