Love: the Tiger is a deep and visceral tale. It is both brief and vast, beautiful and disturbing, and quite worth your time.
God Hates Astronauts delivers a cohesive story and lots of sound effects.
The creator of Dragon Ball Z brings us his first new serialized manga in more than ten years
Mother knows the best way to start a series.
No use crying over spilled blood.
*According to the Tapirapé people of central Brazil, a particularly evil demon
Is this Alphabet Guild policy?
GLX gives his thoughts on The Cigar That Fell in Love With A Pipe.
Guys punch each other and things crash into other things and it's pretty OKAY!
The X-Files X-Mas Special would have been a great holiday present for casual fans if it had been released a week earlier.
Tom Taylor continues to forget who his comic is about and tries to convince us that a person turned evil by magic has a motive.
Graveyard Shift lands itself squarely in the "okay" pile.
GLX gives his take on the trade paperback collection of Toe Tags Featuring George A. Romero.
Drive In, Bleed Out turns ultra-violence into a meaningful allegory of hope.
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