Comic Reviews

Ei8ht #3 Review

Will Joshua come any closer to understanding why he’s in the Meld? And will he ever get home? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: As Dr. Hamm and the black-ops soldier Collins try to survive in the prehistoric past, the fierce warrior Nila and the chrononaut Joshua attempt to convince […]

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Toe Tag Riot #4 Review

Will this punk rock band continue to raise hell? Or will their curse be broken? Read on to find out. The official description from Black Mask Studios: Toe Tag Riot is the new book from Matt Miner (Critical Hit / Vertigo’s CMYK) and Sean Von Gorman (Secret Adventures Of Houdini / Pawn Shop). The idea […]

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Chrononauts #2 Review

Will Danny find his lost friend? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Corbin Quinn and Danny Reilly have become the world’s first time travelers—but not all goes according to plan when the two go rogue in their own era-hopping adventure! With the world watching, the buddies get mixed up in an […]

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My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic #3 Review

The Sirens take center stage in the latest issue of Fienship is Magic! How does it fare? Let’s take a look. Here’s the official description from IDW: The first My Little Pony mini-series event! This month-long weekly limited series explores the secret origins of the Equestria’s greatest villains! The Sirens from Rainbow Rocks Equestria origin […]

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G.I Joe: Snake Eyes: Agent of Cobra #4 Review

Well, it’s only a 5-part series, so G.I Joe: Snake Eyes: Agent of Cobra #4 is the penultimate issue, rife with plot set-ups and final confrontations. Still, based on its charm and atsmophere, it might just be the best issue so far. The official description from IDW: SNAKE EYES’ mission for COBRA has been severely […]

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Transformers #40 Review

While the “Combiner Wars” title isn’t very apparent so far, Transformers #40 continues the trend in this latest issue, with a big cross-over arc that teases more political aspects than it does simple fighitng. Honestly, I can’t tell what I prefer, but there are some definite improvements here and – at the very least – […]

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Oddly Normal #6 Review

Oddly continues to be in this new world without her parents but even with the trouble of almost being murdered she has continue on. This time she is stuck in memory and I don’t mean she day dreams. I mean she gets stuck. Oddly gets stuck in a memory. Literally. This whole series has been […]

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Groo: Friends and Foes #4 Review

When Groo is around nothing good seems to happen but when a hero is around sometimes they cancel each other but Groo is fantastic at making sure that even a hero can’t get a moment of rest. Read on to find out more. The Year of Groo marches on, as Groo marches right into Arcadio […]

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Millennium #4 Review

Reunited with his daughter, Frank Black must decide whether to continue his private war against the Millennium Group or embrace his last chance to be a father. The official description from IDW: Frank Black thought the Millennium Group was defeated years ago but the organization has resurfaced, with his daughter in its crosshairs! Writer Joe […]

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Howard the Duck #2 Review

Can this hilarious Duck continue to capture the hearts of comic fans? Read on to find otu. The official description from Marvel: Howard’s first big case has taken him across the universe and landed him in the clutches of THE COLLECTOR! But he’s not alone as the very popular ROCKET RACOON is a prisoner as […]

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All-New Hawkeye #2 Review

Will Clint and Kate manage to stop HYDRA’s scheme? And what will we learn next about Clint’s past? Read on to find out. The official description from Marvel: Arrows over Bed-Stuy! Intrigue at the circus! The past and present merge as Hawkeyes Barton and Bishop race against time to save a group of innocent kids, […]

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Darth Vader #4 Review

What will happen next, as the Dark Lord comes closer to achieving his ultimate goal? Read on to find out. The official description from Marvel: Revenge of the Battle Droids??? Vader returns to Geonosis to build his army! The Dark Lord’s ascension continues! Darth Vader’s quest to find the pilot who destroyed the Death Star (Luke Skywalker), and uncover the […]

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My Little Pony: Fiendship is Magic #2 Review

Fiendship is Magic is back, this time starring the monster that beat Discord: Tirek! How does this issue fare? Let’s take a look. Here’s the official description from IDW: The first My Little Pony mini-series event! This month-long weekly limited series explores the secret origins of the Equestria’s greatest villains! Tirek’s mad quest for power […]

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Birthright #6 Review

What will we learn from this brand spanking new arc? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: NEW STORY ARC Mikey’s return has divided the Rhodes family in unexpected ways. Where do they go from here? If it wasn’t established prior to this issue that Mikey is a bad guy, then it […]

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Big Man Plans #2 Review

Will Big Man Plans continue to excite? Or is it a concept that is too big for it’s own britches? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Big Man, by knee-capping a guy with a drywall hatchet, begins his bloody road of revenge as more clues to his mysterious motivations are revealed. […]

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Southern Cross #2 Review

What will Alex discover next on the Southern Cross? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: Day two on board the SOUTHERN CROSS’s five-day voyage to Titan, and the mysteries are already piling up. Like where has BRAITH’s cabin-mate disappeared to? Just how many people have died on board the ship? And […]

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