Comic Previews

FIRST LOOK! The ZooHunters #1

Man oh man I’ve been looking forward to the launch of this comic book! Another original epic from the wonderful folks over at Aspen Comics should be more than enough to garner attention, but if you need more info then we have an excellent preview below! THE ZOOHUNTERS #1   Description: There IS life on […]

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Drumhellar #10: Review

If you want a title that reads like Twin Peaks with even heavier doses of psychedelic dreams, then Drumhellar might be exactly what you’re looking for. But issue #10 sure ain’t the place to start. Here’s the official word from Image: Drum strikes a deal that might keep him alive, but at what cost? The […]

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Stray Bullets #8: Review

David Lapham wraps up the first major arc of Stray Bullets: The Killers, proving once again that violence and love can overlap — at least for Virginia Applejack. Here’s the official word from Image: As her safe place falls apart, Virginia realizes that the unraveling of her life began with one person, one incident, long […]

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FIRST LOOK! Monomyth #3

OSSM Comics‘s latest mini-series Monomyth comes to an end this Wednesday. But is the issue worth picking up? Checkout the preview below to find out! Monomyth #3 Description: Tragically, the loss Eden has suffered thus far was only the beginning. Michael has gathered his army, leading a full-scale invasion into Paradise. The war has begun, and only […]

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Mice Templar Vol. 4 #14: Review

Playing with the idea that the membrane between reality and dreamscapes is only paper thin, Mice Templar attempts one of it’s most surreal plot lines yet. And totally delivers. Here’s the official word from Image: “KARIC THE MANY” Possessed by the Red Ant god, Karic’s long-prophesied doom becomes reality as the would-be savior of the […]

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FIRST LOOK! The Ghost Fleet #1

A new title is coming but should this independent book earn a spot on your pull-list? Checkout the preview below to find out! THE GHOST FLEET #1 Description: THEY TRUCKED WITH THE WRONG GUY! For the world’s most valuable, dangerous, or secretive cargo, you don’t call just any trucking service . . . You call […]

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The Manhattan Projects #24 – Review

The Manhattan Projects, which has always delighted in presenting an alternate version of real historical events, finally tackles one of history’s sacred cows: the JFK assassination. And somehow, it all makes sense. Here’s the official word from Image: “TEXAS ROULETTE” In the wake of the disastrous resolution to the Cuban Missile Crisis, the scientists of […]

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Rat Queens #8: Review

Imagine Charlie’s Angels, but without a patriarch to boss the girls around. Now make those girls mythical creatures with a penchant for violence and this what you’d get: The Rat Queens. And issue #8 proves that this title might have one more thing going for it, too — depth. Here’s the official word from Image: […]

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Drumhellar #9: REVIEW

If you want a title that reads like Twin Peaks with even heavier doses of random psychedelic dreams, then Drumhellar might be exactly what you’re looking for. And with issue #9, we start to get the rumblings of a new arc. No way to fight! Nowhere to hide! Nothing to smoke! This time the horror […]

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The Field #4: Review

The cat is out of the bag — the strange drama that’s been unfolding in the last three issues of The Field is actually a time loop inadvertently caused by our protagonist Grant as he carries the missing piece of a defunct time machine. But will the story end with issue #4? Here’s the official […]

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FIRST LOOK! Aliens: Fire and Stone #1

That’s right kids: the time has come! Scroll on down to feast your eyes on the latest iteration of the storied franchise. ALIENS: FIRE AND STONE #1     Description: During a vicious xenomorph outbreak, terraforming engineer Derrick Russell leads a desperate group of survivors onto a rickety mining vessel. They hope to escape the creatures […]

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Dream Police #4: Review

After three issues of meticulous universe building (but very little arc), Dream Police starts to tiptoe towards a major storyline. And issue #4 marks the start of what might be a fascinating development for this new series. Here’s the official word from Image: The recurring phantom of someone Detective Joe Thursday suspects may have been […]

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