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Manhattan Projects #15: Being Joseph Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer, Oppenheimer. Hmmmmmmm.

Theremin #3: Everything breaks

A Theremin would be a great soundtrack to accompany this comic.

Review: Afterlife with Archie #1

An instant classic in the making, one of the year's top comics.

10 Reasons to Catch Up to Think Tank #10

Caution: Reading this book will make you smarter.

The Crocodile's Got Bite: Peter Panzerfaust #15

The Crocodile is fully revealed, and who is the mystery woman?

Review: Archer & Armstrong #14

The Sect Civil War begins!

Fish Out Of Water: Abe Sapien # 6

A short and sweet 2 issue arc starring Abe Sapien.

Creepy is Fun! Creepy Comics #14 Review

Another dose of old school style horror in this latest issue.

Shaolin Cowboy #1: More Zombies! More Chainsaws!

Dark Horse presents Shaolin Cowboy, the bastard love child of Samurai Jack and Deadpool.

These Vampires Are Scary When They Sparkle : Bushido #2 Review

The twilight is in their eyes, but these vampires aren't here to win your heart with mixtapes, these guys have a plan.

God Hates Astronauts Comes to Image: Review Vol 1 TP

No catchy title needed, God Hates Astronauts is just plain awesome.

That's No Moon! It's The Star Wars #2!

The Death Star is revealed and Han Solo is a giant, green alien. Eventually.

A Lesson In Subliminal Messaging With Bedlam #9

Rarely is a book about a villain going good, well, this good.

To Kill or Not to Kill, That Is A Voice in the Dark: Review Deluxe Issue #1

Meet the Rick Allen (Def Leppard drummer) of comics, Larime Taylor, who created a killer Kickstarter comic that got the attention and green light from Top Cow.

Review: The Activity #15

The modern day warfare drama is escalating!

Bees and Breasts in Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight #1

Alex de Campi and Chris Peterson craft a sexy tale of terror from Dark Horse Comics!

Come for the Art, Stay for the Story: Review of Carbon Grey Volume 2 "Daughters of Stone"

Come for the art, stay for the story. Leave several hours later, mentally exhausted. Repeat as desired.

Review: Dark Horse Presents #28

Some of comics best talent come together for another round of genius.

Review: Saga #14

What will happen when Marko and Alana finally meet their idol, author D. Oswald Heist?