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Nocterra #2 Review

An impressive second issue, Nocterra #2 further defines the world and characters of Nocterra while also making clear the danger that's nipping at our protagonists' heels. Another must-read issue.

Shadowman (2020) #1 Review

There is more to the sudden appearance of murderous demons, especially when they really don’t want to be here in the first place, and Shadowman is right in the middle of it all.

Witchblood #1 Review

Witchblood delivers an entertaining modern tale told with snark and humor filled with clever versions of witches and vampires and the people who want to destroy them.

Shadecraft #1 Review

High school is bad enough when the jocks and the mean girls hate you, but it gets worse when even the shadows want you dead.

Stray Dogs #2 Review

Such a good girl Sophie reveals more of the mystery of the new master’s house. She was right to be suspicious as things are so much worse that she thought.

Savage (2021) #2 Review

It's been a while since I've laughed this much while reading a comic book. A solid second issue, Savage (2021) #2 brings the humor and ends on a note that will leave readers eager for more.

Ultramega by James Harren #1 Review

James Harren's Ultramega promises to be much more than a mere monster-of-the-week beat 'em up book, as there's great depth of story that, when teamed with the inherent horror and excitement common in kaiju tales, makes for a refreshing read. Do not miss out.

Orphan and the Five Beasts #1 Review

Orphan and the Five Beasts can take its well-earned place among the best of the martial arts epics. A riveting story with fantastic art. Any fan of wushu show not miss this.

Origins #5 Review

The satisfying cliffhanger at the next to last issue of Origins sets the table for the reveal of all that David has wrought.

Home Sick Pilots #4 Review

The most intense issue, so far, Home Sick Pilots #4 is stunning; action-packed and highly entertaining, this fourth issue not only marks a massive turning point for the series but it's a damn-near perfect comic.