Firefly #20 Review

Once again, Boom has shown consistency in quality with an exploration of the backstories in an existing IP. Come for the family characters, stay for the compelling story.

Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1 Review

Based on a video game or not, Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team #1 is exciting, dramatic, and everything that it intends to be, making for a worthwhile reading experience.

Bill & Ted Are Doomed #1 Review

Bill & Ted Are Doomed is everything it needs to be: perfectly charming and never too serious, fitting well into the beloved franchise with welcomed callbacks to familiar characters.

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.

Coffin Bound #6 Review

Coffin Bound remains a necessary-read as this second arc continues to burrow deeper beneath the collective consciousness, exploring all of the filth that resides there, bringing it to the surface, one nasty bit at a time. 

Inkblot #1 Review

Inkblot is a fun and funny YA tale chock full of fantasy and magic, dragons, and giants.

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.
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.