The first season finale of The Killing has come and gone, and it reminds us of where it all started in some ways, while in other ways shows us just how much potential was squandered.
It's another edition of The Spinrack: Retro Reviews!
Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca's Invincible Iron Man #505 gives depth to the greater Fear Itself storyline. Rumble in the Rubble : Round 2!
And we have our first front page review of Green Lantern. Is it a hit or a flop? Click to find out!
This comic is building into something intricate and detailed. Don't miss out on being on the ground level of a well-crafted story.
Fresh off the heels of defeating Vlad, T'Challa has to face yet another dangerous foe. Can our potenially lethargic hero give us yet another thrilling adventure? The answer is just a click away.
Rising star Kyle Higgins has revived the Supreme Power brand, but is it good, or just another disappointment?
Apparently local politicians are total perverts. Who knew?
GLX reviews a trio of X-Men comics including Uncanny X-Men #130!
So hot it'll burn your eyes out of your head.
GLX reviews Dream:scape for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
After recently dropping Secret Avengers I am having serious thoughts about dropping The New Avengers. I miss the old New Avengers!
Red Hulk is sent to space, and trapped on a barbarian planet. Sound familiar? Well, this ain't your daddy's Planet Hulk!
The investigation into Rosie Larsen's murder will not be seen tonight, so that we can bring you "Search for Sarah Linden's Punk-Ass Kid."
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