Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man #2 Review

The creepiest Spider-Story in years continues! Beset and beleaguered by the wicked power of DEMON BEAR, Peter Parker is having nightmares whenever he falls asleep and sometimes even when he hasn’t! Worse still, it’s making his time as Spider-Man even MORE difficult! But there’s no rest for a weary spider, and the web-slinger will have no choice but to dig in and hang on—unless he wants to meet a grizzly end! (Hah. Grizzly!) Continue reading Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man #2 Review

Captain America and the Winter Soldier Special #1 Review

Power. Money. Machine. Love. Revolution. The 20th century progressed at a more rapid pace than any other in history but not without help from the shadows. Kev Walker joins CAPTAIN AMERICA: SENTINEL OF LIBERTY writers Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing to explore the origin of Captain America’s newest foe — and what the Outer Circle’s next play means for the status of the Winter Soldier. Continue reading Captain America and the Winter Soldier Special #1 Review

The Deadliest Bouquet #4 Review

Who killed Jasmine Hawthorn? Everyone has a theory. Violet pumps Detective Bayani for information but he’s not falling for the honey pot. Despite rekindling their spark Poppy pushes Derek and the kids away when Holly finds an unusual artifact in her old room. Rose thinks she has everything figured out as the sisters disagree on whom the real killer could be. Continue reading The Deadliest Bouquet #4 Review

Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #5 Review

MOR-DREADNAUGHTS invade the palace and attack the UR-QUEEN. Meanwhile MERLIN instructs KING ARTHUR as the SAXON threat grows but is Arthur’s ambition causing him to lose sight of the true objective – to protect MAGIC at all cost? Continue reading Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #5 Review

Old Dog #1 Review

Jack Lynch was a once-promising CIA operative. On the eve of retirement, looking back at a failed career, he is tasked with one final mission…that goes horribly wrong. He wakes years later to a changed world and deeper changes within him. When a shadow group offers Lynch a second chance at a life of adventure, he’s paired with the last person he could ever imagine. In order to adjust, this old dog will have to learn some new tricks… Continue reading Old Dog #1 Review

Tim Drake: Robin #1 Review

A mystery over a year in the making takes shape, as a new villain who’s been hounding Tim from afar decides to take things up close and personal, putting Bernard and everyone else Tim cares about in peril as things go from bad to worse for the world’s oldest and canonically tallest Robin [no, I will not be fact-checking that]. All that and Tim finally carves out a corner of Gotham City just for himself, and sets up shop in his very own…murder shack boat? Fan-favorite writer Meghan Fitzmartin teams up with beloved Harley Quinn artist Riley Rossmo to define the next chapter in Tim’s life. Continue reading Tim Drake: Robin #1 Review

Star Trek: Lower Decks #1 Review

The hit Paramount+ animated series makes its comics debut with Eisner-winning comics writer Ryan North (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl) at the helm! Soon after leading her crew on a planetary expedition aimed at building bridges and advancing Federation technology, Captain Freeman begins to suspect that the planet and its people are not all what they seem… Meanwhile, the crew in the lower decks take to the holodeck, enjoying some much-needed recreational time-until a bloodthirsty visitor decides to join in on their games! Continue reading Star Trek: Lower Decks #1 Review

The Least We Can Do #1 Review

Mysterious magical power arises from a world nearly destroyed by war. A young woman fights for her ideas of revolution and to build a new society from the debris. Realizing that she can’t do it alone, she has to prove her worth to the Eclipse Rebels to join them against the dreadful Eden Army.A story of discovering what is right and what love means in a military-occupied and socially oppressed United Kingdom. Continue reading The Least We Can Do #1 Review

Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #3 Review

Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #3 Review: MERLIN and UTHER go to battle in HIBERNIA before stealing the giant stones off of Mount Kilaraus with the help of CERNUNNOS. AMBER and DARYL visit STONEHENGE and later face an unexpected horror… Continue reading Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #3 Review

Poison Ivy #4 Review

Workplace harassment complaints, health code violations, and inhuman work hours. All just a few of the things that your everyday human resources representative has to deal with. Lucky for you, Poison Ivy isn’t your average HR rep. She’s much more flexible and her punishments are far worse, too! So be on your best behavior because Dr. Isley is watching. Continue reading Poison Ivy #4 Review

Gambit #2 Review

GAMBIT AND ‘RO – ON THE LAM AND OFF THE RAILS! ‘RO is the mutant X-Man Storm, reverted to childhood and trying to retain use of her powers while fighting to find her memories. GAMBIT is the free spirit Remy LeBeau, not yet an X-Man and making his way up and down the Mississippi. What do they have in common? They’re mutants, they’re thieves, and they’re having a blast! Continue reading Gambit #2 Review

Pearl #4 Review

Pearl #4 Review – As Pearl starts to put the pieces together, she realizes that her family was not as advertised. The real question is will she be able to confront this before Tokyo’s most dangerous assassin comes to clean up the mess they think she’s made. You are ill-prepared for the beautiful artwork that Michael Gaydos has brought to this yakuza epic about art, family, and the weird stuff in-between. Continue reading Pearl #4 Review

Minor Threats #1 Review

Minor Threats #1 Review – It’s hard out there for a supervillain. Not the world conquerors, chaos engines, or arch-nemeses . . . but the little guys. The ones who put on uniforms, knock over jewelry stores, and get tied to poles. And things are about to get worse. The psychotic Stickman has murdered Kid Dusk, sidekick to Twilight Citys premier crime-fighter, the Insomniac. The Insomniac’s teammates are tearing Twilight apart, turning it into a police state–desperate to capture Stickman and stop the Insomniac from crossing that final line which he may never come back from. Continue reading Minor Threats #1 Review