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.
DC keeps trying to make Cyborg happen!
Oversized, moderately-priced first issue of this comic-mag displays some cool things…but is it worth it? Or should you buy that crack rock you’ve been eyeing…
Space-Western-Murder-Mystery. Read it.
The Names has a familiar storyline and some compelling art, but can't seem to avoid mediocrity.
Absurdity runs rampant in this ridiculously entertaining comic.
Sundowners is your prescription for a refreshing superhero tale.
The Devilers #2 has caught my eye...OF THE BEAST! OY VEY!
The Anarchist Cookbook. FOR KIDS!
Fatale comes to an end that just feels oh so good.
The Doctor Mirage reboot defies most of the tropes but still feels too familiar
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