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Gives You The Willies: Outcast #1 Review

Kirkman and Azaceta's brand new horror series!

Knight's Shelf - My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #20

Can this issue redeem this story, or does it end up being an appropriately disappointing ending?

REVIEW- Transformers: Windblade #3

Where things turn out to not be as simple as they seemed.

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.

Review: The Wicked + The Divine #1

It's what orgasms aspire to be.

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.

Another Trip Down the Rabbit Hole: Drumhellar #6 Review

Everything does seem brighter, sharper somehow... No crazy peacocks this time.

Age of Ultron TPB Review

GLX takes a look at the trade paperback collection of Age of Ultron.

Witchfinder: The Mysteries of Unland #1 Review

The third arc in Mike Mignola's Witchfinder series- but now without Mignola directly writing, does it hold up?

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.

Meet The Crew!: Manifest Destiny #7!

External and internal threats put the expedition in jeopardy!

You're a Robot, But That's Okay: That's Because You're a Robot Review

Hard Boiled, Blade Runner, and Lethal Weapon all rolled up into one(-shot).

Real Hero, Real Problems: Real Heroes #3 Review

Bryan Hitch can definitely draw big superhero action, but can he write it as well?

Review: The Empty Man #1

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

Bring 'Em On: Armor Hunters #1 Review

X-O Manowar is a wanted man.

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?

Review: Red City #1

Blade Runner on Mars, but with brighter colors, less rain, and no replicants…yet.

Review: Infinity Man and the Forever People #1

A review of Dan Didio and Keith Giffen's newest series.