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Spy Island #1 Review

Spy Island is like nothing I have ever seen. This wry send up of the superspy genre is wholly humorous and intriguing with just enough snark to give it some bite.

Inkblot #1 Review

Inkblot is a fun and funny YA tale chock full of fantasy and magic, dragons, and giants.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer #17

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #17 Review

Wesley Wyndam-Pryce is the new & nerdy heartthrob we didn’t know we needed. Bellaire & Lambert craft a tremendous introduction for this classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer character.

Rai (2019-) #7 Review

Rai’s hero journey gets more complex as he himself is forced to learn the nuances of interpersonal ' . relationships.

Heavy #1: Comic Book Review

Fresh and intense, Heavy packs two-tons of hard-hitting humor and stands tall among its peers and predecessors, establishing itself as a must-read series. This debut is does everything it sets out to do, and more, giving readers good reason to come back, issue after issue.
Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #4

Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #4 Review

Taking a heart-pounding trip through DC’s storied history, Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #4 is another rousing issue that will appeal, especially, to longtime readers.

Kick-Ass Vs. Hit-Girl #1 (of 5) Review

It’s not a Kick-Ass or Hit-Girl comic without a head lopping or two, and this meet up delivers while barely warmed up. Come for the carnage, stay for more carnage.

Monstress: Talk Stories #1 (of 2) Review

An intimate portrait of a beloved character that has all the charm and more of the intimacy of the main series. Lovely and heartfelt. I could not have asked for more.
Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #5

Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #5 Review

On multiple fronts, the battle rages on, moving ever-closer to an monumental final standoff. Dense with detail and energy, Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #5 primes readers for the epic, multi-Earth battle that draws nearer.

We Only Find Them When They’re Dead #1 Review

Electric and spine-tingling, We Only Find Them When They're Dead is brilliant. This debut issue is near-perfect; the series demands to be read.