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.

Fear Case #1 Review

Fear Case is a supernatural detective story with well realized characters and a mystery that already appears to have layer upon layers.

Chained to the Grave #1 (of 5) Review

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

X-O Manowar (2020) #4 Review

Out of the frying pan and into the fire, X-O Manowar successfully fends off one foe and then immediately finds himself in the grasp of another.

“WandaVision” is Stranger Than I Imagined: Episode 1 & 2 Review and Recap

Sure, every piece of content that falls under the MCU umbrella ultimately serves it—that’s how a cinematic universe works. But is WandaVision more than just an exercise in extended stage-setting?

First Appearance of Vision, Part 1: The Golden Age

Before the term “Cinematic Universe” was coined and popularized, before the comics industry crippled itself by releasing variant foil covers in an already oversaturated market, before Spider-Man, Iron Man, and Captain Marvel, the Vision made his comic book debut. But this mysterious hero is far different than the one seen in the Avengers’ films and Disney+’s upcoming series, WandaVision.

Bloodshot (2019-) #10 Review

Bloodshot (2019) # 10 is a fine spot to jump into the ongoing trials of the nanite infected Ray Garrison. There’s plenty of action in this issue and a great sense of where the story is heading.

Haha #1 Review

A series that demands to be read, Haha is dark, depraved, and humorous. This first issue is as thought-provoking and unsettling as it is entertaining; don't miss it.

Home Sick Pilots #2 Review

Home Sick Pilots continues to impress. Now that the stage has been successfully set, I'm eager to step further into darkness contained within the Old Jame House.

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.