Once Upon a Time at the End of the World #1 Review

In this epic post-apocalyptic tale, Maceo and Mezzy have never met anyone like each other, and they’ll need all the help they can get to survive a planet ravaged by environmental catastrophe. This epic trilogy-each issue overflowing with 30 story pages-spans a lifetime as philosophical differences tear at the threads holding Maceo and Mezzy together. Continue reading Once Upon a Time at the End of the World #1 Review

Gold Goblin #1 Review

Gold Goblin #1 Review: Norman Osborn’s sins may have been cleansed, but his memories weren’t and he’s done plenty of horrific things to remember. Norman’s worked hard to avoid all things “Goblin” and to stay on the straight and narrow. Check out the Gold Goblin #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Gold Goblin #1 Review

Gospel #1 Review

When opportunity refuses to knock for restless hero Matilde the devil comes knocking. Inspired by the work of Hayoa Miyazaki and set in the chaos of King Henry VIII’s reign GOSPEL is a thrilling fantasy adventure that questions the truth behind the stories we tell. Thrust into action by a hellish arrival Matilde and storyteller Pitt will quest for answers answers that threaten to tear them apart and trigger the toughest question of all: “who am I?” Continue reading Gospel #1 Review

Damn Them All #1 Review

Damn Them All #1 Review: Following the death of Ellie’s uncle, an infamous magician and occult detective, the 72 devils of the Ars Goetia are mysteriously freed from their infernal realm. It’s now up to Ellie to track down each of these exiled demons and damn them right back to Hell by any means necessary… holy water, conjuration, or just her trusty, rusty claw hammer. Continue reading Damn Them All #1 Review

The Amazing Spider-Man #11 Review

Writer: Zeb Wells Artist: John Romita Jr. Inker: Scott Hanna Colorist: Marcio Menyz Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna Release Date: October 12, 2022 Price: $3.99 Reviewer: Lukke Sweet With Halloween right around the corner, it’s only fitting that so many goblins are running around. The Amazing Spider-Man #11  by Zeb Wells sees Hobgoblin return and Ned Leeds missing!   But that’s not all, Norman Osborn is doing … Continue reading The Amazing Spider-Man #11 Review

Flawed #1 Review

Gem Ezz is a psychiatrist in the Kafkaesque city of Setham, where corruption and brutality rule the streets. By day, she uses words to solve her patients’ problems. By night, she takes a more direct—and sometimes deadly—approach. But when her practice puts her in the sights of an immortal serial killer, Gem finds herself embroiled in a power struggle that threatens everything she’s ever known. Continue reading Flawed #1 Review

Hollow Review

Isabel “Izzy” Crane and her family have just relocated to Sleepy Hollow, the town made famous by—and obsessed with—Washington Irving’s legend of the Headless Horseman. But city slicker-skeptic Izzy has no time for superstition as she navigates life at a new address, a new school, and, with any luck, with new friends. Continue reading Hollow Review

The Dead Lucky #2 Review

The Dead Lucky #2 Review: The debut of San Francisco’s newest electric superhero rubs plenty the wrong way, and Bibi struggles to find common ground in her relationships with both the living and the dead. As the Salvation Gang beefs up their army, Morrow takes a quieter approach to unmasking the vigilante. Continue reading The Dead Lucky #2 Review

Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review

Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review: Gwen has one last stop and it’s at the end of time to face the one who started it all, Finale! But if Gwen defeats Finale will her time be fixed? Check out the Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review HERE! Continue reading Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review

Metal Society #4 Review

Metal Society #4 Review – The pressure is on. As news of WOL’s upgrade goes live, humans protest and riot in the streets, resulting in a violent late-night robot attack on the human settlement. But while both fighters realize that this divisive fight is tearing their society apart, the stakes are too high, and there is no turning back. Continue reading Metal Society #4 Review

The Dead Lucky #1 Review

The Dead Lucky #1 Review – San Francisco is changing. Tech consortium Morrow is building the city of the future with “peacekeeper” robots looming on every corner—and wherever Morrow isn’t, the Salvation gang is. Bibiana Lopez-Yang is changing too. She came back from Afghanistan with PTSD and the ability to control electrical currents. Continue reading The Dead Lucky #1 Review