Latest Comic Book Reviews

Uncanny Avengers #18.1

The Avengers failed. Havok blames himself. The events that led to mankind's destruction should never have happened. Welcome to Planet X, a mutant paradise where all mutants are safe...save one... Alex Summers: traitor! »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Silver Surfer #1

It's the Silver Surfer! The power cosmic will never be the same again »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Iron Patriot #1

Iron Patriot »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Aquaman #29

The gate to the Atlantean underworld has been unlocked, and all hell breaks loose. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Daredevil #1

Daredevil gets re-acquainted with the San Francisco city-scape as Mark Waid and Chris Samnee moves Matt Murdock and new partner Kristie McDuffie out west. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Animal Man #29

Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman bid "good night" and adieu to "Animal Man." »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

The Walking Dead #123

A surprise attack leaves the future uncertain... »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

X-men Legacy #300

With every X-Men comes a Legacy. With every story comes an end. »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Wolverine #3

Wolverine's abilities may be lacking... But his backup isn't. »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

The Star Wars #6

Star Wars in a unique way for fans to enjoy! »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Captain Marvel #1

Kelly Sue DeConnick stays on target and re-launches Carol Danvers into some outer space action with the All-New, Marvel NOW Captain Marvel no. 1! »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

The Walking Dead #122

All Out War has gotten out of control. »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Wolverine #2

Wolverine an' Spidey go SNIKT! »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Origin Ii #3

When you cage a savage beast... »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Punisher #2

Action-packed Punisher has not lost his edge!! »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Harley Quinn #3

Harley Quinn tries to make the most of being single on Valentine’s Day to the usual bloody and chaotic result. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

New Warriors #1

The New Warriors are back in town...sort of. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Superman Wonder Woman #5

Faora returns from the Phantom Zone in her New 52 debut! Hell hath no fury. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Royals Masters Of War #1

The British royal family becomes embroiled in the tragedy of WWII when its youngest prince refuses to stand idly by. Rob Williams & Simon Coleby explore superpowers & "The Divine Right of Kings" in their alternative history. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

All New X-factor #3

Sorry, there are no kittens inside this book, but Gambit is in it! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

All New X-men #23

The Trial of Jean Grey continues, grab a chair and let's watch! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Avengers #26

Evil Avengers from another world, I'm interested! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Thor God Of Thunder #19.1

The Earth is dying and Thor won't let it go down without a fight! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Codename Action #5

Can Operative 1001 stop Dr. Evil from plunging the world into WWIII? Chris Roberson and Jonathan Lau bring "Codename: Action" to a climatic end with Earth hanging in the balance. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Batman #28

The creative team needed more time to get the planned issue #28 to press. This was the solution. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Harley Quinn #2

Harley is getting settled into her new home, furnishing the place with a few black market deals and a visit from her friend, Poison Ivy. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Superior Spider-Man #27.1

One nation, well New York City, under Goblin! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Winter Soldier Bitter March #1

Go back to 1966 and take a peak behind the Winter Soldier myth. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

X-force #1

A look at the black-ops of the Mutant Nation, avert your eyes human! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Turok Dinosaur Hunter #1

Writer Greg Pak (Eternal Warrior, Planet Hulk), artist Mirko Colak and Dynamite Entertainment bring back the classic Gold Key character Turok: Dinosaur Hunter! »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Starlight #1

Mark Millar and Goran Parlov pay homage to science fantasy's pulp fiction past in their post-modern send up: "Starlight." »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Punisher #1

New coast, same Frank Castle! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Wolverine #1

This is not your father's Wolverine... »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Superior Spider-man Team Up #9

The Punisher and Daredevil have their suspicions about your not-so-friendly Superior Spider-Man. Their questions won't stop them from confronting him about his war on crime and strange behavior. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Uncanny X-force #17

Cable's last stand with Stryfe! »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Batman #27

Warning: Not for the faint of heart.Batman gets his butt kicked! »

reviewed by @Ice_pick

Justice League #27

Cyborg 2.0: Built with a new style with a lot of flavor of the old. »

reviewed by @Ice_pick

The Walking Dead #120

Negan attacks Rick and his survivors, how will they fare? »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Bad Ass #1

The title of this book says it all. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Deadly Class #1

A new book on Image's robust roster that shows much promise »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Batman #27

Zero year continues as the story starts to all get put together »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Marvel Knights Hulk #2

Marvel's monster is still in Paris, shouldn't they call somebody about that? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Cataclysm Ultimates #3

The epic conclusion to the epic Cataclysm tie-in! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Night Of Living Deadpool #1

Deadpool comes face to face with the zombie apocalypse...nuff said! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Curse #1

Hunting a killer isn't the hard part, it's figuring out what to do when you find him that's tricky. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Thor God Of Thunder #17

Thor takes on Malekith in the epic finale to Accursed. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Uncanny X-men #16

Magneto is on a mission to make a point! Will his weakness be his shortcoming? »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Nova #12

New Nova! Sam Alexander's adventures continue in this exciting issue. »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Disney Kingdoms Seekers Of Weird #1

Seek and you shall find...a Disney comic with potential to be good. »

reviewed by @thejedster

Batgirl #27

Bluebelle, the Gothtopia version of Batgirl, swoops in to save the innocents from poisonous confections. Why couldn’t Simone save the readership from having to buy Detective #27 to understand this story? »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Uncanny X-force #16

X-Force pitted against X-Force!?!? What's going on here? It's Vendetta Part Dos. »

reviewed by @Comic_Star

Sex Criminals #4

Suzie and Jon finally did it! Not that, you pervs. They’ve been doing that non-stop for four issues. They robbed the bank and now the long-teased “Sex police” are here to screw with them. Puns all intended. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Superior Spider-Man #25

The Superior Spiderman hits a home run with its special super sized 25th issue! *Spoilers* »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Inhumanity Spider-man #1

An event tie-in that's not so bad »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Action Comics #27

Superman, Lana Lang, a misunderstood monster and a mysterious, ancient city buried thousands of feet below the rain forest all makes for a harrowing journey into the hollow Earth. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Rocket Girl #3

Teenage detective travels back to 1986 to stop events that led to a corporation, Quantum Mechanics, from controlling the future. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Minimum Wage #1

Fingerman’s return to Long Island and the remarkably honest world of Minimum Wage is a welcome addition to Image’s ever-growing stable of comic book studs. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Sheltered #6

Outsiders arrive at Safe Haven letting readers in on Lucas’s farce but will the other residents figure it out? Have they become more rabid than their leader? »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Black Widow #1

Natasha Romanov’s solo series kicks off with a narrowly averted bang and a lack of back story bombshells. Edmondson and company avoid cheap clichés and are well poised to explore the depths of a very compelling character in Marvel’s pantheon. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Adventure Time Flip Side #1

It's Adventure Time...go tell your friends! No, I am not kidding. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Forever Evil Arkham War #4

Gotham has a new protector and it's...Batman? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Wolverine #13

Can Wolverine be Wolverine if he isn't un-killable? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

All New X-factor #1

A corporation sponsoring superheroes, what could possibly go wrong? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Avengers World #1

They have vowed to protect the entire planet, but can the Avengers actually fulfill that promise? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Hinterkind #4

Deep beneath the earth, captives Prosper and Angus must escape the crudely patched hands of Colonel Doctor Godwin before they share a far more worse fate than dying. »

reviewed by @thejedster

The Walking Dead #119

After a bit of a wait, we finally get back to 'All Out War' »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Manifest Destiny #3

Once again we have another jaw dropping issue of Manifest Destiny »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Sheltered #6

A great series starts off with a great second arc. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Avengers World #1

If you can't get enough Avenger titles, well...here's another. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Batwoman #26

Kate and Bette bounce from swanky parties with Gotham’s high society to battling crime against a poisonous art thief as a new creative team grabs the reigns of one of DC finest superhero books. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Talon #14

This is it, the pulse pounding finale of Talon that delivers plenty of action and leaves you wanting more! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Flash #26

What good is running at the speed of light when you're in the air? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

All Star Western #26

Jonah Hex continues his romp through the modern day DCU and heads to Superman's stomping ground of Metropolis! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Savage Wolverine #13

Wolverine is the best at what he does and what he does is pretty violent! »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Superior Foes Of Spider-man #7

The origin of the new Beetle is revealed and it is nothing like you would expect. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Legenderry A Steampunk Adventure #1

You've heard the names before, but you have never seen them like this. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

New Avengers #13

Multiple versions of Earth continue to die off as the Illuminati struggles to comprehend the sheer depth of the planetary incursions that threaten to bring their world to extinction. Plus, there's this thing with Inhumanity. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Rocket Girl #3

DaYoung finds herself in trouble on both dimensions of the law and isn't sure who she can trust in both the past and the present. »

reviewed by @thejedster

Pretty Deadly #3

What will happen when the beast, a spawn born from a thousand violent deaths, is born from a river of blood? »

reviewed by @thejedster

Pretty Deadly #2

You can be sure that if you sing her song, Ginny will ride for you on the wind. And expect a lot of blood to be spilled in the process. »

reviewed by @thejedster

Pretty Deadly #1

Kelly Sue DeConnick and artist Emma Rios take you on a dark and unforgiving trip through a western world filled with mystery, folklore and terror. »

reviewed by @thejedster

Avengers #24.NOW

Team Hickman take the Avengers into an all new story arc as a rogue planet hurdles toward Earth in the All-New Marvel Now. Let the re-numbering begin...again! »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Juice Squeezers #1

Agricultural pests on steroids threaten the very existence of a small California town in indie comic maestro David Lapham’s new mini-series. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Damian: Son of Batman #3

Damian’s Dark Knight try-out continues to go pretty poorly in this fun romp through a Bat Future that probably will never be. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

The Amazing Spider-Man #700.5

Fantastic Four’s Ben travels from the future to warn that a device that could destroy the universe will be activated that day by FF's very own Reed Richards. Johnny Storm goes to the one person he can trust to keep the device from Reed. Spider-Man. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Sex Criminals #3

It’s Sex Criminals. There’s a glowing dominatrix and a dildo fight. This is the most perfect comic book series ever. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Animal Man #26

As we countdown toward the last issue of "Animal Man," Buddy Baker must contend with Brother Blood before he destroys his family. But wait...it seems as though the titular hero is lost in space. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Harley Quinn #1

Harley Quinn has her own series and who would have thought that it would involve her paying taxes? But there’s plenty of casual violence to wipe away any concerns about civic duty. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

The Amazing Spider-Man #700.4

A badly injured Spider-Man wakes up in a hospital for villains. Now that his identity has been revealed what will happen to him? »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Umbral #2

Rascal narrowly escapes the Red Palace and the Umbral, but you can only run so far from the darkness before it catches up to you. »

reviewed by @thejedster

Uncanny Avengers #15

After the shocking events of Uncanny Avengers #14, can we stand to see other heroes fall? The apocalyptic tragedy continues with the mutant rapture and Earth's death sentence: "NO MORE HUMANS!" »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Superior Spider-man Team Up #8

Will self doubt prove to be the one foe Superior Spider-Man just can't overcome? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Forever Evil Rogues Rebellion #3

It's the Rogues vs. Bat Villains, could you ask for anything more? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Harley Quinn #1

Harley Quinn sets out on her own, but can the world handle it? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Scarlet Spider #25

Before heading down to Mexico, Kaine takes one last romp in Houston. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Black Science #2

Grant McKay and crew hop to a violent, trench warfare dimension as Remender and crew ease up on the gas and try to let us in on the characters behind this story. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Codename Action #4

As Operative 1001 and French agent Black Venus come to Operator 5's rescue, the mysterious Dr. Thorpe foments a diabolical plan that even the terrorist organization Hexagon has no knowledge about. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Harley Quinn #1

Harley packs up her worldly possessions, moves into her new digs and plays “who are the people in the neighborhood” with a friendly Danzig lookalike and a couple of assassins. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Midas Flesh #1

Humanoid and dinosaur astronauts rediscover a cursed Earth in North’s new, young-reader friendly, schlocky mini-series. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

The Amazing Spider-Man #700.4

The two part "Black Lodge" arc comes to a nice end in Amazing Spider-man #700.4 »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Saga #17

Another great issue of Saga hits the shelves this week. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Black Science #2

All hopes for Black Science are slowly going down the drain. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Superior Spider-Man #24

The Superior Spiderman shows his evil side when the venom symbiote takes over in Superior Spiderman #24 »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Superior Spider-Man #24

Otto Ocktavius has the hang of being Superior Spider-Man, but can he handle becoming a Superior Venom? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Coffin Hill #3

An old nursery rhyme warns of the Coffin Witch. Ten years ago Eve’s friend fell victim to the witch now it’s happening again. The people of Coffin Hill don’t want to face the reality but as a Coffin Witch herself, Eve knows the truth of the nursery rhyme. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Coffin Hill #2

It’s been ten years since her friends disappeared in Coffin Woods, Now Eve’s back only to find it’s happened again. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Coffin Hill #1

The legends and ghost stories that started in the woods of Coffin Hill, didn’t start as stories. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

The Amazing Spider-Man #700.3

Where do super-villains go to heal after a fight? What would happen to a badly injured hero who woke up there? »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Codename Action #3

Captain Action is back! Who is switching the world's leaders with doppelgängers? Super-spy Operator 5 seeks answers. When he is captured by the terrorist group responsible, it's up to Operative 1001 to find him. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

The Amazing Spider-Man #700.2

After far too long Peter Parker is back in the spandex and what better way to welcome him home than by crippling all of NYC? »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Protectors Inc #2

What kind of man would walk away from eternal youth, fame, fortune, and glory? What does he do after that and how does he deal with those who didn’t? »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Protectors, Inc. #1

An army of superheroes without so much as a singer super-villain or criminal-mastermind between them has to find some way to pass the time. Think the Justice League meets professional sports. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Justice League 3000 #1

Can a genetically-engineered Justice League save a far-flung galaxy from a humanoid misery of the dystopian kind before killing one another first? »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Sherlock Holmes Moriarty Lives #1

The world's greatest detective dead, while his greatest foe pulls himself back from the brink of oblivion to rebuild his criminal empire. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Sex Criminals #2

Meet Jon: former teenage miscreant, porno thief, and the only other person Suzie has ever met who can come into the quiet, a state he affectionately dubbed “Cum World.” He was fifteen what can you expect? »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Superman Wonder Woman #3

The secret is out. So is Zod. Will Superman and Wonder Woman bow to the pressures of a prying world or kneel before... you know... in his New 52 debut »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Dead Body Road #1

Bad guys kill wifey which drives tough-guy hubby down a bloody road to revenge-ville. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Sex Criminals #1

Suzie, a young woman, recounts how she discovered her power to stop time by having an orgasm. Later she meets a man, Jon, at a party who strangely enough can do the same thing. The two then pursue the only option available to them--rob a bank. »

reviewed by @Tom_Kray

Nightwing #26

What is harder, living with roommates or chasing criminals across the city? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Forever Evil Arkham War #3

Bane vs. Killer Croc, need I say more? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Thunderbolts #19

Every team needs a leader, but does The Red Leader need a team? »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Superior Foes Of Spider-man #6

Is this a comic book or some wacky sitcom? Fortunately, it is a little bit of both. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Marvel Knights Hulk #1

Bruce Banner takes an unplanned trip to Paris and the city will never be the same again. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Inhumanity Awakening #1

The secret Inhumans of the Marvel Universe have been exposed to the Terrigen mist and very soon they will be reborn with strange and dangerous powers. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Alex + Ada #2

A continually thoughtful and inspiring look at everyday life in a tech-heavy world. »

reviewed by @Jeff

Krampus #1

The legends of Der Krampus are real, but before he can return to beating kids he must save Christmas from a bigger evil than himself. »

reviewed by @TonyTheGamerDad

Doc Savage #1

Writer Chris Roberson ("The Shadow," "Codename: Action") pens the latest adventures of an iconic hero in Dynamite Entertainment's new homage to Doc Savage. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Alex + Ada #2

Alex shows what an ingrate he can be by whining about grandma buying him a sexy android to keep him company. Why can’t my Memaw get me a decent gift? »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Lunita #1

Amigo’s new mini-series is super model pretty and super model vapid. Flip through the book to appreciate Julian’s art, but leave this one on the shelf for the next sucker. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Manifest Destiny #2

The excitement is back with Manifest Destiny #2! »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

The Walking Dead #118

Ezekiel DOESN'T have a tiger. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Lazarus #5

Lazarus is back with a brand new arc, and it looks to be very promising. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Krampus #1

Christmas came a few weeks early this year with Krampus! »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Wonder Woman #25

If you would have walked up to me 10 years ago and told me the book I would be most looking forward to every month was Wonder Woman I would have laughed at you. »

reviewed by @ericjochim

Swamp Thing #26

The origin of Seeder (Jason Woodrue), the Green's new champion, is revealed through the eyes of none other than Swamp Thing! All Alec Holland can do now is watch as Seeder rampages across God's green earth as the Avatar. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Shadowman #13

The second year of Valiant’s Shadowman begins with a new creative team and provides a good jumping in point for new readers. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Inhumanity #1

No king! No kingdom! No Karnak! Attilan lies in ruins. Terrigenesis is taking place due to the wave of the explosion set off during "Infinity." New inhumans are spawning across the globe. What's next? »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Detective Comics #26

Batman wraps up the Man-Bat/Bat-Queen drama and the stage gets set for Gothtopia. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Absolution Happy Kitty Special #1

Enjoy this not particularly surprising, but altogether entertaining, back-story of a mute teenage assassin. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Velvet #2

Velvet's second issue is now on shelves, and if you haven't gotten into this series yet, you're making a big mistake! »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

The Amazing Spider-Man #700.1

After almost a year without Peter Parker, we finally get a story with him in the spotlight. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Green Arrow #26

The Outsider War is starting, and it's time to go back to where it all started. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Sandman Overture #1 (Special Edition)

Neil Gaiman, J. H. Williams III and letterer Todd Klein revisit craft, the storytelling process and "The Sandman" in "The Sandman: Overture • Special Edition #1." »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Uncanny Avengers #14

The Scarlet Witch is poised to "rapture" mutant-kind in a misunderstood ploy to defeat the Apocalypse Twins; but an impassioned Rogue aims to stop and end the mutant-Avenger for her own sins against them. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Black Science #1

Anarchist scientists delve into Black Science, rescue a scantily-clad fish lady from leering frog bastards then teleport to their next adventure. Kirk and Dr. Who can eat Grant McKay’s dust! »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Justice League Dark #25

Deep in the throes of another universe-shattering DC event "Forever Evil," John Constantine must resolve the fact that the League is missing and that only he, the Nightmare Nurse and guest-star Swamp Thing stand against an evil amalgam that is Blight. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Letter 44 #2

Who cares about socialized health care or a couple of pesky wars in the Middle East when aliens are building something in the asteroid belt? »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Damian: Son of Batman #2

It’s dad versus son as Damian continues his vengeful pursuit of the Joker in this wild tale set in an alternate Bat-future. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Black Science #1

Will you delve into Black Science? »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Saga #16

Saga #16 sets the stage for something that may continue upon the series greatness »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

The Walking Dead #117

All Out War continues in The Walking Dead 117 »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Five Ghosts #7

Now that treasure hunter Fabian Gray realizes there are fragments of dreamstone scattered throughout the world, he determines to find its key to saving his sister Silva...with a little help from an old friend. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Animal Man #25

It's raining blood in Hollywood, and the silver-screen's elites will be the Splinterfolk's sacrifice if Animal Man doesn't stop them. However, his daughter Maxine is trapped in the Red as Brother Blood amasses an army to launch an assault on the world an »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Batwoman #25

Proto-Batwoman takes to the streets and the Bat-Family tree gels as the storm of Zero Year strikes Gotham. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Sheltered #5

Safe Haven is not so safe for meek kids, canines, or impatient readers. Can our junior dictator maintain control or will Lucas’ trickery and manipulations catch up with him? »

reviewed by @DocBenway

A Voice In The Dark #1

There is a darkness in all of us- that is just a part of life. Shadows are only cast in light, after all. For some of us, that darkness can be overwhelming. For a few, every moment is fighting to stay in the light; a struggle to just be… normal. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Sheltered #5

We haven't seen the apocalypse yet, but at least we get to see the first possible threat for the teenage survivors! »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Sex Criminals #3

A fun ride filled with sex, humor, and a bunch of other weird stuff along the way. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Scooby Doo Team Up #1

Scooby Doo, Shaggy and the gang team up with Batman and Robin to track down the whereabouts of Man-Bat in this kid-friendly, ALL-AGES book. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Harley Quinn #0

Don’t miss this narcissistic, schizophrenic, fourth-wall defiling, absolutely spectacular roller coaster ride kicking off the Clown Princess of Crime’s new solo series. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Longshot Saves Marvel Universe #2

“Longshot wanted a taco, and the Marvel Universe was torn apart.” Guys. I really can’t write anything better than that. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Harley Quinn #0

Just like we’ve had several versions of Batman and his numerous enemies (namely Joker), since she was introduced in Batman: The Animated Series, there have been numerous versions of Harley Quinn in the DC comic universe. Though she has been often depicted »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Superior Spider-man Annual #1

I had always enjoyed how incredibly human Peter Parker was, especially as Spider-man. Still, somehow Otto is simply better than he was at, well, being himself… and he’s still improving. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Imagine Agents #2

If you think that stories about imaginary friends are only for kids or Calvin and Hobbes, then think again. We’re back for round 2 of the part buddy cop, part supernatural, and part secret agency comic IMAGINE Agents where the everyday grind just got inte »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Superior Spider-man Annual #1

Peter Parker's involvement with Spiderman is making him a hot target, and now with Aunt May kidnapped its up to Spiderman to get her back. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Watson And Holmes #5

Can an urban re-imagining of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's character Sherlock Holmes yield a fresh take on a Victorian classic? The answer is yes. »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Coffin Hill #2

Eve retraces her steps to the past- finding that she has to help undo the damage to save those in the present. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Manifest Destiny #1

Get in on the ground floor of what promises to be an interesting examination of humanity painted against the grandeur of the American West with some “monsters” thrown in for good measure. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

The Walking Dead #116

And so the war begins! »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Nightwing #25

This Zero Year tie-in takes us back to the days of The Flying Graysons on the night that Gotham went dark. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Umbral #1

“Rascal” is such a strange name, isn’t it? I suppose it is always the troublemakers who make the stuff of legends. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Protocol: Orphans #1

Special people with specialized skills are part of a special group that protects the everyday people. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Unity #1

When one of the most primitive men on Earth holds the most advanced pieces of technology to grace our planet, who is there to protect the rest of the world? »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Unity #1

Psionic tycoon gathers a goon squad in a semi-altruistic attempt to save the world from a Visigoth swaddled in uber-powerful alien armor. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Noir #1

A hired thief who wants to take back what she stole. Simple enough, right? Unless- there’s more to this prize than meets the eye? »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Coffin Hill #2

Halloween’s over, however Coffin Hill still makes sure you have that little dose of creepy horror. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Manifest Destiny #1

Manifest Destiny’s take on The Lewis and Clarke expedition is a little weird…but I think you’ll like it. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Batman #25

More reintroductions and Zero Year curveballs courtesy of Snyder and company. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Umbral #1

A new dark fantasy that doesn't exactly live up to expectations. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Superman Unchained #4

Superman is going to die! Haven’t we already been down this road? Not yet, not in The New 52 anyways! »

reviewed by @jwebbjwebb

Swamp Thing Annual #2

Alec Holland has plenty to learn about being the Avatar of the Green if he will remain its champion...Swamp Thing! »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Batman #25

With the Red Hood Gang taken care of, Gotham’s new hero has a few new problems to deal with. Get ready for the black out. »

reviewed by @mikebiyad

Superman Wonder Woman #2

Superman and Wonder Woman are a thing. But will the relationship of the "World's Finest" power couple stand firm against the threat of "Gods and Monsters?" Or is it doomed to begin with? »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Alex + Ada #1

On the one-year anniversary of an artificial intelligence massacre we meet Alex and he’s feeling a little heart-broken and lonely. »

reviewed by @jwebbjwebb

Damian: Son of Batman #1

A look into an improbable future where the Dark Knight Jr. is back at Papa’s side handing out beat downs. »

reviewed by @DocBenway

Swamp Thing #25

The title of Avatar of the Green is up for grabs. What once was thought to be Alec Holland's destiny is challenged by a new champion selected by the Parliament of Trees. Will Swamp Thing prevail or will Jason Woodrue (Seeder) wrest it away? »

reviewed by @WednesdayComix

Cataclysm Ultimates Last Stand #1

The “original” world eater Galactus has arrived in the Ultimate Universe, where his promise to not devour the Earth does not need to be honored. Could this be the beginning of the end for The Ultimate Universe? »

reviewed by @MrAnonymous

Superior Spider-Man #20

After 19 issues of Doc Ock living up to his name, he suddenly finds out why Peter Parker always considered himself one of the universe's unluckiest people. Will Otto prove that he is a superior Spider-Man, but an inferior Peter Parker? »

reviewed by @MrAnonymous

Captain America The First Avenger #1 (Movie Adaptation)

Go back in time and take a look at our very first superhero. Our very own Captain America, our first Avenger. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Painkiller Jane Price Of Freedom #1

Painkiller Jane is kicking ass and ignoring your name because who the hell are you anyway? Follow this rough and tumble ex-cop as she moves along in her new life. »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Coffin Hill #1

Everyone, even if it’s a little bit, is afraid of the dark. What do you do when that darkness is within you? Do you embrace it? The dark legacy through generations of leaving misery and blood in your wake? »

reviewed by @octii_pies

Occultist #2

Peter Park- I mean- Rob Bailey is another college student stumbling into powers he probably isn’t ready for yet or understand. Can he find a way to learn more about how to use his powers with the strange rebel of a Catholic school girl, Luka? »

reviewed by @octii_pies

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