Everything does seem brighter, sharper somehow... No crazy peacocks this time.
GLX takes a look at the trade paperback collection of Age of Ultron.
Fatale nears its end by going balls deep into the cosmos.
The third arc in Mike Mignola's Witchfinder series- but now without Mignola directly writing, does it hold up?
This issue begins with a huge explosion and ends with a creepy skeleton butler, and everything in-between is just as interesting.
External and internal threats put the expedition in jeopardy!
Hard Boiled, Blade Runner, and Lethal Weapon all rolled up into one(-shot).
Bryan Hitch can definitely draw big superhero action, but can he write it as well?
Cullen Bunn continues his streak of great titles with a horror-noir that guarantees to creep you out.
X-O Manowar is a wanted man.
Can Duke McQueen step it up and lead the resistance to victory? Can this comic step it up and become something more than passable summer entertainment?
Blade Runner on Mars, but with brighter colors, less rain, and no replicants…yet.
A review of Dan Didio and Keith Giffen's newest series.
Dr. Krall has spit in the face of God and resurrected his dead lover, but raising the recently deceased is easy. Teaching table manners to a monster? Now that's hard.
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