Story by Scott Snyder (@Ssnyder1835)
Art by Jeff Lemire (@JeffLemire)
Review by Hernan Guarderas (@hguarderas93)
Everyone knows Scott Snyder for his comic book writing on Batman, Wytches, The Wake, and... Read More...
Writer: Frank J. Barbiere
Artist: Victor Santos
Design: Dylan Todd
Incredible visuals are a saving grace of “Violent Love” but the mundane script and plot damn it to being a mediocre western, crime drama.
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Mayday #1 Review
Story by Alex de Campi
Art by Tony Parker and Blond
Reviewed by Lorna Maltman (email@example.com)
One Russian Defector ( or as the comic says , “In Russia we have no word for d... Read More...
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Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls; welcome to True Brit, a look at comics based in Great Britain and / or written by British creators. As a British comics ... Read More...
Written by Kieron Gillen, Leigh Alexander, Dorian Lynskey, Laurie Penny, Mary HK Choi and Ezekiel Kweku
Art by Kevin Wada and Jamie McKelvie
Colors by Matthew Wilson
This issue is formated as Pantheon... Read More...
Story by Mark Millar (@mrmarkmillar)
Art by Greg Capullo (@GregCapullo)
Inking by Jonathan Glapion (@jonathanglapion)
Coloring by FCO Plascencia (@fcoo)
Reborn #1 tells the story of Bonnie, a woman... Read More...
Written by Jesse Blaze Snider and Will Knox
$ymptom$ by David Witt with Michael Spicer
Madhatten by Jason Pearson, Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur, Erik Larsen and Chris Eliopoulos
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The TALKING COMICS Review Round-Up
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Writer: Brian Azzarello (@brianazzarello)
Art and Colors: Eduardo Risso
Letters and Design: Jared K. Fletcher
Reviewed by: Deanna Chapman (@deeechap)
Moonshine is the new Image title from Brian Azzarell... Read More...
Writer: Sara Kenney
Artist: John Watkiss
Colorist: James Delvin
Letterer: Jared K. Fletcher
Review by Deanna Chapman
Surgeon X is the latest in new titles from Image. It takes place in 2036 and the fir... Read More...