Lemire, Suayan, and Baron push Bloodshot to the forefront of emotional complexity.
The comic book adventures of Rick and Morty continue into a third issue! While much of this series is hit or miss so far, in the end it's still better than no Rick and Morty at all - amirite?
Barb Wire #1 is the revival of the comic series that most people know for that terrible Pamela Anderson movie. Wipe that memory from your mind as this comic burns the bad memories of that to the ground.
Midnight Society struggles as it fails to bring anything unique.
Frankenstein is way better than Voyage.
Sex! Drugs! Mayham! Sure the G+ Virus will kill you, but not before it gives you the power to do anything. What do YOU do with the time left? A new arc starts here.
The conclusion to the continuation of what will inevitably be continued...
The final issue of Archie is on the stands, and it's found favor with an unlikely group of fans.
Will Jack finally defeat Aku and make it home?
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!
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