DC's smallest hero returns in the hands of Jeff Lemire. Leave your Ryan Choi rants at the door, and let Ray Palmer into your heart.
Porcelain38 does two reviews for the price of one!
fieldy snuts had the pick for new comics shipping June 30th and he selected Deadpool: Wade Wilson's War #2 by Duane Swierczynski and Jason Pearson.
Action Comics #890 marks the beginning of Paul Cornell and Pete Wood's new story featuring Lex Luthor's quest for a black ring. However, will Action Comics suffer with the continued absence of Superman? Click to find out!
Marvel reboots its vampire mythos and gives readers a taste of what to expect in the new X-Men book with Death of Dracula!
Last week it was all DC. This week I review all Marvel titles. Next week... I review every book I buy!!!!! My poor Editor.
The Warrior Princess of the DC Universe reaches a milestone, and Royal Nonesuch has your review!
For the tenth edition of The Spinrack: Retro Reviews, GLX checks out three Grant Morrison comics.
Porcelain38 reviews the first Invincible Iron Man Annual! Why? Because Matt Fraction's evil brain demanded him to do so!
Like Vampires? Like Zombies? Then David Hine's FVZA is the book for you!
Just in time for the end of Pride Month, e_galston reviews the GLAAD Award winning Batwoman: Elegy, by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III
thefourthman had the pick for new comics shipping June 23rd and he selected Bullet to the Head #1 by MATZ and Colin Wilson.
This week I review all DC titles, with very mixed results.
Jude Terror reviews Tales From the Fringe, based on the future cult classic television show Fringe.
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