Comic Previews

Drumhellar #8: Review

If you want a title that reads like Twin Peaks mixed with your standard psychedelic dream, then Drumhellar might be exactly what you’re looking for. And guess what — it’s really, really good. Here’s the word from Image: Harold’s strange accident is finally revealed! Red teases Drum with clues to his past, and it leaves […]

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FIRST LOOK! Monomyth #2

OSSM Comic‘s latest series Monomyth launches this Wednesday. They have however shared with us a gimps at Monomyth #2 and having read #1 (ADVANCE REVIEW! here) I know I for one am eager to take a look. MONOMYTH #2 Description: After the first murder in Eden history occurs, Enoch heads into the darkness for revenge, with Lucifer and […]

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Rat Queens #7: Review

Imagine Charlie’s Angels, but without a patriarch to boss the girls around. Now make those girls mythical creatures with a penchant for drug use and violence and this what you’d have: The Rat Queens. And issue #7 proves that they just keep getting better. Here’s the official word from Image: THE FAR REACHING TENTACLES OF […]

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THOR will be… a GIRL?!

That’s right my fellow fanboys and fangirls, earlier today the House of Ideas sent out a press release which detailed a brand new title and a different person taking on the duties of the famed thunderer. The official press release from Marvel: Marvel is excited to announce an all-new era for the God of Thunder […]

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CATWOMAN Gets New Direction & New Creative Team

DC Entertainment announced through io9 that Catwoman will be getting an entirely new direction, along with a new creative team that includes Nebula Award nominated writer Genevieve Valentine and artist Garry Brown, starting with Catwoman #35 this October 22nd. “Spinning out of the events in Batman Eternal,” DC says that Selina will be undergoing a […]

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FIRST LOOK! Damsels in Excess #1

There’s just something exciting when it comes to the launch of a new property. And wouldn’t you know it? The excellent folks over at Aspen have decided to share a glimpse of their latest franchise with us. Based off of this, for me, there’s no doubt that it’s awesome. DAMSELS IN EXCESS #1       […]

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Ghosted #11: Review

Who’s on the mood for a one-shot origin story with tons of blood, action, and heavy doses of the occult. Yeah, I am, too! And Ghosted #11 absolutely delivers. Here’s the official word from Image: In death Anderson continues to haunt Jackson Winters, but in life she was far more terrifying! GORAN SUDZUKA returns to […]

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Angry Birds #2: Review

Hoping to cash in (or maybe said more generously “build off”) what’s become an enduring meme, the good folks at IDW launched the second issues of Angry Birds this week. And so far, well, it’s good enough. Here’s the official word from IDW: The Angry Birds are flying high in this fun-filled second issue! The […]

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FIRST LOOK! Lola XoXo #3

That’s right it’s time for some more fun in a post apocalyptic wasteland, as the good people over at Aspen have seen fit to send us a sample of what’s next for their latest title. And I have to say: I’m rather excited! LOLA XOXO #3    Description: Aspen’s newest hit series continues! Lola departs […]

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5 Reasons We’re Sad MARVEL Doesn’t Have All Their Film Rights

So, here we are, about halfway through 2014, and let’s see: we’ve had how many superhero movies? First there was Marvel Studios’ smash hit Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Then we had Sony’s so-so The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and just last month Fox rocked the box office with X-Men: Days of Future Past. That’s not […]

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7th Sword #3 Review

While I want to like 7th Sword #3, it does so much to convince me otherwise. In between tired tropes, barely touching its science-fiction routes or just plain dialogue, there is little to capture and inspire here. The official description from IDW: As the warlord Kavanaugh gathers his army of cyborgs, mutants, and assassins, Cray […]

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X-Files Season 10, #13: Review

After a terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia, Mulder and Scully are dispatched to the Middle East. While their subsequent investigation reveals Black Oil, the biggest oddity it uncovers is Alex Krycek, Mulder’s former partner and longtime frenemy, who (it seems) has returned from the dead. Well, maybe. Here’s the official word from IDW: “Black oil” […]

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Stray Bullets: Killers #4: Reivew

Stray Bullets, David Lapham’s on-again off-again decades long series is back. For readers looking to enter Lapham’s complicated fray of characters in an easy but satisfying way, Stray Bullets: Killers has offered a wonderful place to start. And issue #4 delivers the best emotional punch so far. Here’s the official word from Image: Eli and […]

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