Continuing the comic celebration leading to the movie, this one shot lets us know a little too much about the character played by Morgan Freeman.
Justice Society of America Special #1 isn't a JSA book at all. It's a book about a character who really should have never left the cautionary story he was spawned in.
Season Three begins with a pair of sequel episodes to one of Season One's (and one of the series thus far) best episodes, Rookies.
It has returned. Need I say more?
There's a new comic adaptation headed to theaters. This means a new slate of prequels. Lee takes a look at the entire comic world of Red!
Lee looks at the "second" of four one shots exploring the world created for the movie version of a comic.
Eli returns to the past with this look at Radical's brand spanking new Time Bomb #2.
Sylar, a true Blood actor, and a graphic designer teamed up to bring you this book about a mage as a superspy. So is it worth picking up?
A quiet milestone in Archie comics, Erik takes a look at the first gay character in Riverdale.
Royal Nonesuch writes a review of the new Original Graphic Novel published by Vertigo!
Tiny Titans! New Avengers! Garrison?! 1 Month 2 Live! In this installment of the Review Group's front page thing, John Snow plays catch-up.
GLX reviews the final issue of Daytripper.
Check out GLX's review of Daredevil #510.
Ah Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) aka the other more infamous Friday movie where Jason isn't the killer.
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