Angel & Spike #10

Bryan Edward Hill, writer Gleb Melnikov, illustrator Roman Titov, colors Ed Dukeshire, letters   Recap The issue begins after the events of Hellmouth, and Angel has escaped the clutches o... Read More...

the Dawn of X: Pros & Cons

The X-Men may possibly be the most important franchise in comics history. There is no doubt that for an extended period of time that the Marvel publishing line depended upon the success of the X-Men. There is a... Read More...

2019 Writers’ Choice Awards

2019 Writers' Choice Awards By Extended Family of Talking Comics Last year, comics delivered some amazing turnarounds in major franchises and some surprising new entries into comicdom. Unlike last year th... Read More...

Ronin #11

Greg Pak, writer Giannis Milonogiannis, illustrator Irma Kniivila, colors Simon Bowland, letters   Recap This issue begins, Hana and Kenichi rush to meet Shogun’s troops who are rushing t... Read More...

Cable #1 Review

Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: Phil Noto Letters: VC’s Joe Sabino Designer: Tom Muller I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for Cable. It has everything to do with how much l loved the X-Men in... Read More...

Killadelphia #4

Rodney Barnes, writer Jason Shawn Alexander, art Luis NCT, colors Marshall Dillon, Letters   Recap In the previous issue, Jimmy and a doctor named “Jose” must find a way to stop the epide... Read More...

Strange Adventures #1 Review

Writer: Tom King Artists: Mitch Gerads & Evan Shaner Letters: Clayton Cowles Adam Strange, one of DC’s original Science Fiction Heroes, is back in a surreal thought experiment that is Strange A... Read More...