Wonder Woman: A Beginner’s Guide

No other female comic book character has grown to be the icon that Wonder Woman is. With over 70 years under her belt, she’s fought Nazis, Greek gods, and social issues in the patriarch’s world. As the brainchi... Read More...

Moonshine #5 Review

Moonshine #5 Review by Max Mallet Writer: Brian Azzarello Art & Colors: Eduardo Risso Color Assistant: Cristian Rossi Letters & Design: Jared K. Fletcher Publisher: Image "All of this... you l... Read More...

American Monster #1 Review

American Monster #1 Written by Brian Azzarello Art & Letters by Juan Doe Review by John Dubrawa American Monster, mama let me be.Heading into American Monster #1, I wasn’t sure what to expect. In... Read More...

Wonder Woman #35 Review

Wonder Woman #35  Writer- Brian Azzarello Artist- Cliff Chiang Colorist- Matthew Wilson    Prior to the New 52, I had read exactly zero Wonder Woman comics. She was a character I never reall... Read More...

Wonder Woman #32 Review

Wonder Woman #32 Written by Brian Azzarello Art by Goran Sudzuka Reviewed by Sean Lamont I don't know about the rest of you, but when any form of entertainment can cause me to physically pull back m... Read More...

Wonder Woman #30 Review

Wonder Woman #30 Writer: Brian Azzarello Artist: Goran Sudžuka Colors: Matthew Wilson Review by Patrick Brennan You can practically hear the war drums in the distance.  Wonder Woman #30 continues... Read More...

Wonder Woman #27 Review

Wonder Woman #27 Writer: Brian Azzarello Artist: Cliff Chiang Colors: Matthew Wilson Review by Patrick Brennan There are a lot of factors that go into making an awesome installment of a comic ser... Read More...