Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #4 Preview

Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #4 Preview: Ice’s worst fears about Fire’s antics are confirmed when a horrifying revelation comes to light, and whatever trust they’d tentatively rebuilt crumbles to dust. And despite Martha Kent’s best attempts to mediate over Smallville’s finest drag brunch, there might be no coming back for what was once the Justice League’s most dynamic duo. (Booster and Beetle who?) Oh, and Lobo shows up hot and bothered to throw down in Fire’s defunct fight club. What could possibly go wrong? Continue reading Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #4 Preview

Swan Songs #5 Review

Swan Songs #5 Review – Swan Songs #5 continues the miniseries with stories involving endings, and this issue shows the ending of a man’s anhedonia (a total lack of interest in life). Though this issue doesn’t hit as hard as previous issues, it’s still one of the better books of the week, as writer W. Maxwell Prince yet again gives us a thought-provoking study of the human condition. Continue reading Swan Songs #5 Review

Kaya TP Book 1 Review

After the destruction of their village, a young girl with a magic arm and a fighting spirit is tasked with delivering her little brother to a faraway safe haven. There, he’s destined to discover the secret to overthrowing the all-powerful empire that destroyed their home. Starting out on their journey, they’ll face lizard-riders, monstrous beasts, and secrets that could tear brother and sister apart.

From writer and artist WES CRAIG (DEADLY CLASS, GRAVEDIGGERS UNION) comes an astonishing new ongoing fantasy-adventure series about siblings surviving in a world of monsters and mutants that’s perfect for fans of Conan, Lord of the Rings, Bone, and Adventure Time.

Collects KAYA #1-5, plus a 16-page prologue previously featured exclusively in the IMAGE! 30TH ANNIVERSARY ANTHOLOGY Continue reading Kaya TP Book 1 Review

Local Man #7 Review

Local Man #7 Review – “THE DRY SEASON,” Part Two – Local Man gets creative in his search for a murderer, as Inga prepares to bring the superhuman trade to Farmington. On the flip side…while Crossjack attends celebrity weddings and goes on dates with models, Inga is going to save Farmington, one person at a time. But how? Continue reading Local Man #7 Review

Savage Red Sonja #2 Review

Savage Red Sonja #2 Review – Hyboria’s Greatest Warrior continues her journey with the young prince Lucian and his bride Celia, as they seek sanctuary from the desert’s bloodthirsty bandits in a nearby castle. Will they be able to fend off the ruthless horde? And what other horrors lurk in the burning sands, just waiting for their chance to strike?

Find out in this second issue of Red Sonja’s most savage adventure to date, from comics superstars DAN PANOSIAN and ALESSIO PETILLO! Continue reading Savage Red Sonja #2 Review

Howard The Duck #1 Review

Howard The Duck #1 Review: CELEBRATE HIS 50TH ANNIVERSARY IN THIS ALL-NEW ONE-SHOT! Meet Howard. He’s a hard-boiled P.I. with problems by the duckload. But a cosmic, all-seeing friend(?) known as the Peeper(!) is giving him a chance to see what his life COULD be! The joys he COULD have! All the ways his life COULD suck way less than it does now! In other words: “Whaugh If?” Continue reading Howard The Duck #1 Review

Captain America #3 Review

Captain America #3 Review: Misty Knight has uncovered a string of murders with seemingly supernatural origins – and Captain America’s been marked as the next target. Something about the crime scene strikes Steve as familiar…but can he find the connection between the murders and his past before this mysterious new threat finds him? Continue reading Captain America #3 Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures #7 Review

Season’s greetings from Saturday Morning Adventures! There’s nothing more magical than winter in New York. Only this year, City Hall’s banned St. Nick look-alikes outright. To the surprise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the rest of New York, the usual crew of Kris Kringles have been replaced by an army of… Shredder cosplayers! To fill the Santa-shaped hole in New Yorkers’ hearts, Shredder is hosting a convention celebrating… himself?! Is this really an altruistic act to lift spirits, or is something more nefarious afoot? Move over, Santa. ShredderCon is coming to town! Continue reading Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Saturday Morning Adventures #7 Review

Batman ’89: Echoes #1 Review

Batman ’89: Echoes #1 Review: You wanna get nuts? Let’s get nuts! After Harvey Dent’s crusade against Gotham and Batman, the Caped Crusader has disappeared without a trace. In his place, ordinary citizens have taken to the streets to root out crime. As innocents get hurt, the question on everyone’s mind is the same: Where is Batman? Sam Hamm, screenwriter of the 1989 Batman movie, and Joe Quinones reunite for another tale in Gotham! Continue reading Batman ’89: Echoes #1 Review

Harley Quinn #34 Review

Harley Quinn #34 Review – Harley’s misadventures in the multiverse continue in Harley Quinn #34. After her counterpart is killed on Earth-26 (Captain Carrot’s Earth), she’s desperately trying to find who the killer is, even as Bud and Lou, her trusty hyenas, have been possessed by two bozos from Earth-48! Yep, Lady Quark is monitoring Harley’s every move, her trigger finger ready to end Earth-Prime for good if Harley can’t fix things. What’s a girl to do when she can’t even trust her hyenas? Cybernetic Harley debuts! Harley travels to Earth-43 (the DC vs. Vampires Earth) and meets that world’s Poison Ivy! And Harley has Lux Kirby, Multiversal Detective reaching for the industrial strength aspirin! Continue reading Harley Quinn #34 Review

The Devil That Wears My Face #2 Review

Writer: David Pepose Art & Colors: Alex Cormack Letters: Justin Birch Covers: Alex Cormack; Maan House Publisher: Mad Cave Price: 4.99 Release Date: November 22, 2023 If you’re interested in this comic, series, related trades, or any of the others mentioned, then simply click on the title/link to snag a copy through Amazon as you read The Devil That Wears My Face #2 Review. The … Continue reading The Devil That Wears My Face #2 Review

Incredible Hulk (2023) #6 Review

ATTACK OF THE ZOMBIE GHOST RIDER! Charlie reminds Bruce that he’s more than a man on the run – he’s an Avenger, a hero. And heroes help people. When their travels lead them to a Texas town under attack by dreaded monstrosities known as war devils, it’s time for the Hulk to step in… …but he rouses an undead Spirit of Vengeance from his eternal slumber, summoning a 100-year-old Ghost Rider to ride down the Hulk! Continue reading Incredible Hulk (2023) #6 Review

Superman #8 Review

THE MAN OF STEEL VS. CHAINED! Powerless! Superman versus the Chained concludes! One of the biggest battles Metropolis has ever witnessed comes down to Superman doing the unthinkable and sacrificing his powers to stop the Chained. How does that impact Lex Luthor’s plans…or is Lex too busy dealing with the shocking return of his mother in Superman #850?! Continue reading Superman #8 Review