Lee takes a look at the first volume of the Smurfs from Papercutz. In doing so, he realizes that in thirty years, not much has changed.
Lee takes a look at one of the most experimental and interesting introductory entries to a comic franchise, ever.
In anticipation of Thursday's review group, Lee takes a look at the penultimate issue of the very first tale featuring Billy and the circus freaks.
The Outhouse's expert on Horror takes a look at a different kind of Zombie book.
In anticipation of this week's review pick, Lee continues reviewing the inaugural run of Powell and Hotz's Billy The Kid's Old Timey Oddities.
Royal Nonesuch writes up a review of the new TASKMASTER #1, published by Marvel Comics!
The third volume of this inventive all ages title is on the shelves, can it live up to its pedigree or will it succumb to its influences.
Wolverine goes to Hell in his new series, and it's devilishly good stuff.
Yeah right like this really the finale, but Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) acts like one. In it, Jason meets his greatest foe, Corey Feldman. Oh and Greg's back stating, "Of course he's his greatest foe! He hunts vampires!" Plus one additional surprise.
In anticipation of this Wednesday's Review Group, Lee offers up daily reviews of the original Billy the Kid Mini-Series. Here we find that the beginning is a very good place to start.
Mark Millar's new Brit-Comic venture started this week, is it a revolution? Or is it pants?
This week saw the much delayed release of Stumptown #4 and in celebration, the smartest man in the outhouse, Eli Katz takes a look back at the first arc.
GLX reviews Red Robin: The Grail.
Radical Comics has released a preview of their upcoming Mata Hari OGN, and Royal Nonesuch has your review!
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