Richard Delgado returns to his epic dinosaur series, Age of Reptiles, to push the realm of visual storytelling to new heights. By the time you finish this review you'll have read more words than in the actual comic.
A classic Zelda manga by a classic manga artist, based on a classic Zelda game. Time to break out my thesaurus.
The Worlds Unite Event begins here in Sonic Universe #76. Bad, good, or great, find out in this review if this event is worth seeing two gaming franchises unite once more.
A poorly paced beauty reminiscent of Nailbiter.
A new anthology series from Tank Girl's original creators!
The shit hits the fan.
What have we here? Oh, a beautiful revamping of a Top Cow cheesecake classic! Also, some classic cheesecake story for those of us who hate writing.
After mysterious illness drives 99% of the world's population into the sea the survivors try to rebuild what remains. Surface Tension takes the familiar 'end of the world' scenario and adds several more phobias in for good measure. A solid read!
If you are a fan of the superhero 'deconstruction' genre Indestructible Stingray #1 might be worth a look. Unfortunately once you get past that edgy premise there just isn't that much to keep readers invested for further reading.
Image Comics is racing to the bottom with this pandering, depraved reboot of an American classic.
Wood, Zezelj, and Stewart remind us what indie comics are truly capable of: insanity.
A little Nazisploitation never hurt anyone.
A proper mash of science fiction, horror, and ghost stories.
"What is taken must be given."
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