I put the call out for a couple of reviews on social media and landed this gem: a sci-fi, action comic. Even better? It's just my style... indie.
It's not great. But it's Hunter S. Thompson, so it's not bad either.
It's the beginning of the end, and all of Chew's plot lines are starting collect into one last arc.
The Rebs aren't the only thing that need to be runnin' in "Homecoming."
Is Lottie Person who you want? Is she who you follow?
They call it Belle Notte. I call it so cute, I'm gonna puke kittens. In a good way.
In Betty & Veronica #1, Adam Hughes delivers a comic that is much like the title characters themselves: funny, smart and beautiful.
Carlyle has a new Head of Family, and she makes sure everybody knows.
Would you be able to resist offers of great power?
A superhero that defies superhero norms. Mostly.
More Guillermo Del Toro than J. M. Barrie. Actually, can we please have Del Toro direct an adaptation to this? You know, right after Justice League Dark?
If you don't mind a little teen angst, this is one of the most fun comics being produced right now.
So, all in all, pretty typical for William Gibson.
A lot of people are talking about Civil War II #3, but how is it as a comic? GLX gives you his take.
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