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.

American Vampire 1976 (2020-) #2 Review

 American Vampire 1976 (2020-) #2 is dense with well-crafted artwork and dialogue/narration; this second chapter continues to pique interest and gain momentum as the plot thickens.

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.

Origins #1 Review

Origins is more than a typical post-apocalypse survival battle. The grim resilience of the hero is compelling and not at all assured of success. A very promising start.
Crossover #1 Cover

Crossover #1 Review

Demanding to be read, Crossover is a passionately penned love letter to comics. This well-crafted first issue is compelling and should not be missed.

Colonel Weird: Cosmagog #1 Review

Bizarre, thought-provoking, and extremely well-crafted, Colonel Weird: Cosmagog #1 is stunning and must not be missed by Black Hammer fans.

Giga #1 Review

Giga is a layered mystery in a land of giant fighting robots, a thriller with a touch of creep factor all about the people who worship these metal monsters.

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.

Detective Comics (2016-) #1029 Review

There's a new villain in Gotham and he's leading the charge to unmask the city's heroes.

The Scumbag #1 Review

The Scumbag shows how even the dregs of humanity have a chance to be heroes even if they hate people. Gross and profane and exactly what the title suggests.