GLX takes a look at Michael Cho's debut graphic novel.
The gods work in mysterious ways. Or they could just be total dicks.
Our hero hits rock bottom.
"I'm a subversive artist like Bansky or Carrot Top."
A tale of two ships.
At least there are no scenes lifted straight from the animated movie this time.
What happens when the Flash is hunting you, the Human Torch wants to BBQ you, and Cupid turns out to be a homicidal psychopath? A perverted version of The Running Man... and its Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore's fault.
The Names has a familiar storyline and some compelling art, but can't seem to avoid mediocrity.
A pinch of western, a dash of mystery and a dollop of sci-fi!
Pretty much Godzilla in the Hellboy U.
Greg Rucka returns to Stumptown with a new art team and an ongoing book!
A new arc begins! Another Lazarus is introduced, Forever finally questions a family member about her origins, and Jonah Carlyle continues to have a really bad week.
Kung-Fu! Kaiju! And an Arabic Ninja! This is the reason comic books are a thing.
Jason Aaron and Jason Latour wrap up their first arc, and I tell you why this series is worthy of your attention.
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