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.

Savage (2021) #1 Review

Savage is a bit of a tongue in cheek riff on the Tarzan legend, updated with an interesting twist. It definitely looks like a lot of fun.

Dune: House Atreides #1 Review

For those interested in some background to the old days of House Atreides, long before Paul comes into the picture. File this under supplementary material designed to appeal to completists.
Nocterra #1

Nocterra #1 Review

A novel supernatural horror tale about a world suspended in eternal night, Nocterra accomplishes everything a modern comic book should, and more. Thought-provoking and exciting, Nocterra #1 is a stunning debut that should not be missed.

Chained to the Grave #1 (of 5) Review

Chained to the Grave is a humorous weird western with enough plots twist to keep interest.

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.

Geiger #1 Review

As origin stories go, this one about a nuclear-powered superhero is clever. It manages to feel fresh and packs enough action supplemented by sentiment to make this a worthy read.

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.

Home Sick Pilots #3 Review

Like 2001's Thirteen Ghosts, but better...way better. Home Sick Pilots is a must-read supernatural horror tale with some serious attitude.

Detective Comics (2016-) #1029 Review

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