Spawn #300

Spawn #300: An Impressive Celebration of Everyone’s Favorite Hellspawn

Epic in every way, Spawn #300 is an impressive creative accomplishment, a masterwork, that celebrates the rich history of everyone’s favorite Hellspawn while simultaneously eyeing a bright, but hellish, future.
Sideways (2018-) #4

Sideways (2018-) #4 Review

Title: Sideways (2018-) #4 Publisher: DC Words: Dan DiDio, Justin Jordan, Kenneth Rocafort Art: Kenneth Rocafort Colors: Dan Brown Letters: Carlos M. Mangurl Publication Date: May 9, 2018 Publisher’s Summary: “It’s...
Middlewest #5

Middlewest #5 Review

Middlewest #5 adds a surprising layer of optimism to Adel’s journey. Perhaps everything really will turn out alright. Of course, it could all go horribly wrong. For right now, I’m basking in Skottie Young’s momentary reprieve from the harshness of the world and the vastness that is Middlewest.
Hack/Slash vs. Chaos #3

Hack/Slash vs. Chaos #3 Review

Hack/Slash vs. Chaos #3 is another kick-ass issue, but with a few twists. Tim Seeley’s script is shaping into a fantastic story, full of all the carnage one expects from Cassie and Vlad.
Unearth #1

Unearth #1 Review

Eco-Horror at its finest; Unearth is an intense and thought-provoking subterranean tale of terror that must be read.
Deathstroke (2016-) #36

Deathstroke (2016-) #36 Review

This new Deathstroke story arc has a lot to offer, with fascinating character moments and an intriguing premise. With great writing thus far, it’s exciting to wonder where the series will go, as long as it remembers to focus on its title character.
Lucifer (2018-) #3

Lucifer (2018-) #3 Review

Lucifer remains as one of the darkest and most thought-provoking comics currently in print; wonderfully written and brilliantly illustrated, Lucifer (2018-) #3 is an impressive work of modern visual storytelling.

Lockjaw (2018-) #1 Review

Title: Lockjaw (2018-) #1 Publisher: Marvel Words: Daniel Kibblesmith Art: Carlos Villas Colors: Chris O’Halloran Letters: VC’s Clayton Cowles Publication Date: February 28, 2018 Publisher's Summary: “At long last, the dog...
Gideon Falls #5

Gideon Falls #5 Advance Review

The Black Barn beckons; Gideon Falls #5 continues to haunt and disturb readers as Jeff Lemire further develops this tale’s twisted plot. With intense opening and closing scenes, Gideon Falls #5 generates great momentum for future issues and leaves readers eager get their hands on Issue #6.

Nightwing (2016-) #50 Review

Percy and Moore take the reins on a brand-new arc for Dick Grayson which has compelling moments but will need to stay strong throughout the 4-part series in order to stand out from its “been-done” premise.