True Brit: The Highest House

And now for something completely different… 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 reade... Read More...

Deadpool #1 Review

Deadpool #1 Review Story: Skottie Young Art: Nic Klein and Scott Hepburn Color: Ian Herring Letters:  Jeff Eckleberry Publisher: Marvel "My name is Deadpool.  Maybe you've heard of me?  I had a pretty... Read More...

The Wicked + the Divine: 1923 Review

The Wicked and The Divine: 1923 Story: Kieron Gillen Art/Variant Cover: Aud Koch Cover: Jamie McKelvie, Matt Wilson Review by KrisK  The Wicked +The Divine (TWATD) and the Roaring Twenties ju... Read More...

Duck Tales #1 Review

DuckTales #1 Writer: Joe Caramagna Artists: Luca Usai, Gianfranco Florio Colorists: Giuseppe Fontana and Dario Calabria Letterer: Tom B. Long DuckTales is experiencing a resurgence of popular... Read More...

All-Star Batman #9 Review

Writer: Scott Snyder Pencils: Jock Colors: Lee Loughridge Letters: Steve Wands Scott Snyder can do no wrong when it comes to Batman. Why? Because he understands the history and meaning of the charac... Read More...

Coady and the Creepies #1 Review

Writer: Liz Prince Artist: Amanda Kirk Colors: Hannah Fisher Letters: Jim Campbell Coady and the Creepies would have absolutely been published by your middle school newspaper but I don’t know why an... 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...