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Connor Lane

John Condor hails from the red hot wastes of Arizona. When he isn't out looking for his next meal, usually in the form of a microwavable mac & cheese bowl or a sandwich he found on the sidewalk, he can be found in his room studying, chatting with his honey across the country, or reviewing comics. He usually sticks to the independent stuff, but occasionally he can be lured into the mainstream to read something that doesn't make him look like a complete hipster.

We Are Not Alone: Letter 44 Vol. 1 Review

The newly-elected U.S. President Stephen Blades receives an alarming letter from his predecessor on his first day of office.

Lovecraft meets Bleach: Death Vigil #1 Review

Image Comics launches a new series features undead vikings, giant Cthulhu monsters, and a raven that turns into a t-rex.

The Long Game: East of West #13 Review

Death gets in a good ol' fashion scrape with the ranger while Wolf and Raven deal with some daddy issues.

Better than an Acid-Fueled Vegas Road Trip: Deadly Class #6 Review

The end of the series' first arc! Who will live? Who will die? Who will have unholy relations with an alley cat?

We Now Return to Your Regularly Scheduled Tragedy: Saga #20 Review

Marko learns to dance, Alana experiments, and Prince Robot gets his freak on.

The Best Comic That Absolutely None of You Are Buying: The Auteur #4 Review

Nathan T. Rex struggles to woo the girl of his dreams whilst trying to bury the film of his worst nightmares.

Dicking Around at Super Speed: MPH #1 and #2 Review

Mark Millar's newest comic is coming at you faster than Fox can buy up the movie rights.

In with a Bang: Shutter #3 Review

This issue begins with a huge explosion and ends with a creepy skeleton butler, and everything in-between is just as interesting.

Same Old Sci-Fi: Starlight #4 Review

Can Duke McQueen step it up and lead the resistance to victory? Can this comic step it up and become something more than passable summer entertainment?

It's Alive! But Can it Curtsy?: Madame Frankenstein #2 Review

Dr. Krall has spit in the face of God and resurrected his dead lover, but raising the recently deceased is easy. Teaching table manners to a monster? Now that's hard.