Royal Nonesuch takes a look at Fantastic Four #579, published by Marvel Comics!
Peter V. Brett takes us back to the world of The Warded Man in this follow-up volume. The Desert Spear starts in a new place with a different character, but ties it all in as the epic continues.
This week was neck and neck, but war and Phillips won over Austin. So, is it worth picking up, Lee gives us the downlow.
E_galston reviews the next chapter of Second Coming.
What would possess Zechs in reviewing the direct to DVD Universal Soldier: Regeneration (2010)? Something very simple really: Dolph Lundgren versus Jean-Claude Van Damme, round 2.
Royal Nonesuch reviews the first issue of the latest installment of The Amory Wars, by Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez and comic book veteran Peter David!
Chubbles had the pick for new comics shipping May 19th and he selected Avengers #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita, Jr.
Two weeks, two Avengers #1 issues. So how is Brubaker's Shadow Ops Team book?
A great week for DC and a very special review of the Tiny Titans as Starlord says his final goodbye to an Old friend.
Marvel's strangest collection of oddballs are back with a new #1 and the return of 3-D Man! Hot stuff.
This is a heck of a way to make a debut. Peter V. Brett blew me away with The Warded Man, it was a book I could not put down.
Zechs takes a look at Farscape: Scorpius #1 by Boom! Studios.
Royal Nonesuch reviews the new Zatanna #1, published by DC Comics!
Jude Terror wraps up a week of Siege reviews with Siege: Embedded #4, by Brian Reed and Chris Samnee!
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