Sick of all that dainty PG PC Game of Thrones crap? Squarriors might scar you for life, while being simultaneously adorable!
Chris Sebela's We(l)come Back may only be a handful of issues away from cancellation, but that really shouldn't stop you from diving in. In fact you could help save it!
Some marines and an unstoppable alien hunter walk into a jungle - stop me if you've heard this one before...
Not the Power Rangers from your childhood, and trust me, that's a good thing.
While the story and artwork improve, some basics of comics stay stagnant.
Vampirella #1 is superficial in the best way, with a fun story and cute characters.
Dragons and fisticuffs make Kings and Canvas an enjoyable read.
Fans of cruelty, violence, and the Bible get their money's worth in the Goddamned: Before the Flood #3.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #55, in which we catch up with our beloved heroes. Alopex! Casey Jones! Harold! The Fugitoid! wait......
Orphan Black Helsinki #4 is like Valentine's Day lingerie: you're not seeing anything new but it's still pretty damn hot.
Snowfall #1 is dangerously close to being style over substance, while advertising itself as a challenging political thriller, attacking environmental irresponsibility and corporate personhood.
Story telling flaws and a reliance on cliches prevent Faith #2 from really shining.
Dirk Gently A Spoon Too Short #1 is funny, but needs to work on the interconnectedness of its humor a little.
Hellboy and the BPRD 1953: Beyond the Fences #1 gives us the further past adventures of America's favourite demon guy.
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