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Jack Kraken: Three Stories for the Price of One!

A superhero with tentacle arms, but it's not creepy, I promise.

Godzilla (2014)

No amount of Warner Bros redaction can stop Zechs as he AT LAST reviews the movie that supposedly heralds the TRUE return of the King!!

The Auteur Becomes Even More Titillating: Auteur #3 Review

The creative team have created a book that proudly stands fully cocked and ready to go.

The Serpent In The Garden: Abe Sapien #12!

No dialogue means maximum story-telling.

Mystery Man: The Field #2

The man in the field is identified, but things are about to get a whole lot weirder.

Fear Leads to Anger and Anger leads to Poor Characterization: A Star Wars #17 Review

Star Wars #17: a book that made me long for the sizzling tensions of Phantom Menace trade negotiations.

You are what you eat in Power Lunch: Seconds

Joey harnesses the power of the food pyramid in this great all ages book.

Indiana Jones and His Crazy Ass Kids: Shutter #2

Kate's been kidnapped! Who's behind it?

Advanced Review: Princess Ugg #1

Princess Ugg is another gem from Ted Naifeh.

Strike Goes Head to Head With The Army!: The Victories #11!

"Isn't that exactly the kind of prying into people's lives that we're fighting against?"

Flapjacks Are Happiness: Rat Queens #6!

The Rat Queens deal with hangovers and vandalism, while Sawyer gets to the bottom of Bernadette's disappearance.

Review: Black Science #6 (BIG SPOILERS)

If this issue is any indication, there's a bright future ahead for this bleak series.

Review: Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #4

The Operative? Alive? And working with Mal and the crew? Surely not!

Rai #1 Review

Valiant's newest title debuts this week from Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain.

Review: Dream Police #1

"The dream police / They're coming to arrest me" (Sorry, I couldn't help myself).

Review: Vandroid #3

The greatest 80's movie you've never seen.

Review: Sovereign #2

Five characters from three perspectives are heading to one spot, but very little actually happens. Exposition, ahoy!