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Bryant Thomas

Bryant Thomas is far too over attached to his dog, Dexter. He talks to him. Confesses to him. But most of all, he reads comics to him. When Bryant isn't working for the energy industry, helping companies figure out what to buy to make them profitable, he reaches for a new trade or drools over all of the insane JH Williams art in Batwoman's early issues. Growing up in Texas has given Bryant a very complex palate to BBQ Sauces, ranch dressing, and the occasional whiskey. His free-time is filled with panels and panels, and even more panels as he writes reviews for the wonderful institution that is, The Outhouse. 

The Death Defying Doctor Mirage #1 Review

The Doctor Mirage reboot defies most of the tropes but still feels too familiar

Death may not be permanent: Robin Rises: OMEGA

The possible return of your favorite jerk-Robin begins now!

A fantastical fish out of water romp: Rise of the Magi #2 Review

Enchanted meets Legend in this Saturday-Morning-Cartoon fantasy comic.

Welcome to the Truman Show of the dead!: The Life After #1 Review

All work and no play makes you a dead, dull boy. But this issue is anything but!

Southern Bastards #3 Review

Hey battuh battuh suh-wing battuh

Review: Fatale #23

Fatale nears its end by going balls deep into the cosmos.

Review: The Empty Man #1

Cullen Bunn continues his streak of great titles with a horror-noir that guarantees to creep you out.

How do heroes stay relevant without villains? C.O.W.L. #1 Review

C.O.W.L. treads familiar territory but the art keeps things engaging.

Delicious deep fried destiny: Southern Bastards #2 Review

A great second serving of deep fried, deep South crime drama.

There was a fire fight!: Zero #8 Review

Zero continues to give zero reasons to drop this title.