BRZRKR #1 Review

BRZRKR is a violent tale of a god-like super-soldier who craves to be more human, and maybe a release from his endless struggle. There is more than brutality to the story of this immortal. And yes, whoa, this is excellent.

Inkblot #1 Review

Inkblot is a fun and funny YA tale chock full of fantasy and magic, dragons, and giants.
Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #6

Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #6 Review

Dark Nights: Death Metal #6 hits hard while moving at an impressive pace, managing to gain additional momentum as it heads toward what promises to be an epic conclusion.

Fear Case #3 Review

Fear Case is a mystery with characters worth caring about. As the nightmarish tale nears the end of the arc, everything matters, and no one is safe.

American Vampire 1976 (2020-) #1 Review

An impressive first issue in the final chapter of American Vampire, American Vampire 1976 (2020-) #1 re-/immerses readers in an unforgettable fictional space not that far removed from our own. American Vampire 1976 (2020-) #1 is exceptional and makes for a reading experience that is not to be missed.

Radiant Black #1 Review

Radiant Black is a silly, but potentially amusing story about a would-be writer who never should have quit his day job, but then accidentally gets superpowers. So at least he has that going for him.

The Last God: Songs of Lost Children (2020-) #1 Review

The Last God: Songs of Lost Children (2020-) #1 is a haunting, must-read issue.

Fear Case #2 Review

Fear Case, as one would hope, is full of some fearsome creepy material, and never lets up. Thrilling and nuanced.

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.

Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #7 Review

A stunning conclusion to what has been a hellacious ride, Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 teems with breathtaking artwork and evocative writing. More than just the last chapter of an epic tale, the final moments of Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 speaks directly to readers and promises a bright future for DC and for readers.