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Engineered For Maximum Toughness!: Samurai Jack #13!

The secret origin of Jack's sword revealed.

Pacific Remix: World Trigger Volume 1 Review

It's like Pacific Rim with teenagers instead of robots.

I Hope Neil Young Will Remember Southern Bastards Don't Need Him Anyhow

Two Jasons sounds like a bad 90's song, but hear they sing a different Song of the South. A review of Southern Bastards Vol. 1.

In Soviet Russia, Time Warps You: Station 16 Hardcover

Twilight Zone meets The Hills Have Eyes in a short but sweet terror filled excursion to an abandoned nuclear test facility.

Like Super-Father, Like Super-Son: Imperial #3

Imperial and Mark bond in the desert and Mark learns a little bit about great power and great responsibility (all without losing an uncle!).

Movie Review: Kikaider Reboot

70s Japanese television series… er… rebooted for the 21st Century.

Presenting Dark Horse Presents #3!

Add a teaspoon of Norse, a cup of nature and a heaping helping of sci-fi. Mix well and enjoy!

A Double-Sized Issue! The Mice Templar IV Legend #14!

Legends have a way of creating themselves.

Who Would You Pledge?: Wytches #1

Will Scott Snyder's newest series cast a spell on its readers?

Review: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #1

A review of the new horror series by Archie Comics.

Punks: The Comic #1 Now With More Bounce Per Ounce

Fialkov and Chamberlain's crude and clever commentary is back.

Comic Book Facelift: Masterplasty One Shot

James Harvey delivers an unconventional horror book where the monster is societal pressure to look gorgeous!!!

GattaGaga: Pop #2

Coop and Elle go on the run and do drugs and go on the run some more.

The Lady From Roche Limit: Roche Limit #1

A new series about murder and mystery in space is here to stick it to your preconceived notions.

All is Fair in Love and Food: Food Wars Vol. 2 Review

Iron Chef meets Iron Shirt, Kung Pao meets Kung Fu, and whatever other food/combat puns you can think of.

The Manhattan Projects - Holy Crap my Brain... (Review)

Jonathon Hickman and Nick Pitarra recreate the story of the atomic era... and somehow manage to make it way scarier. And perverted? With a hint of cannibalism! And Xenophobia!?