A review of Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr.'s first issue of Superman.
Where things turn out to not be as simple as they seemed.
Nathan T. Rex struggles to woo the girl of his dreams whilst trying to bury the film of his worst nightmares.
The turtles take on the prehistoric age!
It's what orgasms aspire to be.
Bows, Babes, and Big Ol' Dinosaurs?! How can this not be awesome? This issue somehow found a way.
Mark Millar's newest comic is coming at you faster than Fox can buy up the movie rights.
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).
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