Detective Comics #963 Review

Story: James Tynion IV & Christopher Sebela Words: Christopher Sebela Pencils and Ink: Carmen Carnero, Colors: Ulises Arreola & Kelly Fitzpatrick Letters: Sal Cipriano Review by Kri... Read More...

Aquaman #27 Review

Aquaman #27 Review Written by Dan Abnett Art by Stjepan Sejic Letters by Steve Wands Reviewed by Lorna Maltman (maltmanlorna@gmail.com) There are three storylines that propel the story forward an... Read More...

Spy Seal #1 Review

Spy Seal #1 Story/Art/Cover by Rich Tommaso   Anthropomorphic animal espionage. The concept in itself is a lot of fun. The plot is pretty straight forward. Unemployed seal in a Turtleneck goes... Read More...
Dark Nights: Metal #1

Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review

Script: Scott “Doom Commander” Snyder Pencils: Greg “Pain Bringer” Capullo Inks: Jonathan “Guillotine” Glapion Colors: FCO “Killer” Plascencia Letters: Steve “The Slayer” Wands Dark Nights: Metal #1 brin... Read More...

Redlands #1 Review

Redlands #1 Writing and Colors by Jordie Bellaire Art by Vanesa R. Del Rey Lettering and Production by Clayton Cowles Logo by Fonografiks First, let's just take in that cover. I want to show ... Read More...

Tomboy #12 Review

Tomboy #12 Review Written by Mia Goodwin Art by Michelle Wong Reviewed by Lorna Maltman (maltmanlorna@gmail.com) This is the final issue of Tomboy and this series has a special place in my heart... Read More...

Elsewhere #1 Review

Elsewhere #1 Written by Jay Faeber Art by Sumeyye Kesgin Colours by Ron Riley Letters by Thomas Mauer Reviewed by Lorna Maltman (maltmanlorna@gmail.com) Being lost or uncertain where you a... Read More...

Mech Cadet Yu #1 Review

Mech Cadet Yu #1 Review Written by Greg Pak Illustrated by Takeshi Miyazawa Coloured by Triona Farrell Lettered by Simon Bowland Reviewed by Lorna Maltman ( maltmanlorna@gmail.com) This is one... Read More...
Batman #28

Batman #28 Review

Script: Tom King Pencils and Inks: Mikel Janín Colors: June Chung Letters: Clayton Cowles This week, Batman #28 brings part 3 of “The War of Jokes & Riddles.” The arc continues it’s strong run with th... Read More...

Ghost Station Zero #1 Review

Ghost Station Zero #1 (of 4) Review Written by Antony Johnston Art by Shari Chankhamma Letters by Simon Bowland It's a good time to be Antony Johnston. His graphic novel, The Coldest City, has j... Read More...