One issue, two writers, four artists, four stories and worth your four dollars.
Snow Blind is a refreshing break from the superhero stuff which tends towards clear cut good versus evil.
Seriously, this is the best book involving food and murder this side of Chew.
In a world where wizards look down on the masses from the top of ivory towers, and the commoners live in squalor in the shadows below, what choice does the ungifted have but to steal?
Red Sonja enters a new chapter in her story as volume 3 begins.
Regardless of being born in the 80's or being able to honestly use the phrase "scout's honor", this should be an essential part of your pull list.
After years of growing dust on the shelf, Joe Kelly finally deems us worthy of a second installment of Four Eyes. Plus side? It is still quality writing! Down side? Bastard opted for black and white (mostly).
James Bond is back! After twenty years Britain's famous secret agent returns to comic book glory!
The adventures of the Head Lopper, Son of the Minotaur and Executioner, continue!
You've never heard of the movie, now it's time to ignore the comic book!
Come get your free underwear from Itty Bitty Hellboy!!
A thoughtful, in-depth rebuttal of Gavin's review of Double Take's Remote #2.
As the Double Take Universe builds, Medic begins to establish its importance.
The second issue far surpasses its predecessor, but that doesn't mean much.
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