The creative genius behind "Monster," brings to life a classic adventure story in the tradition of Tintin and Indiana Jones.
Issues 1-5 of Spread offer gory action, apocalyptic terror, and pure joy. Trade-wait at your own risk!
A great comic that is just slightly off the mark for reasons. Just like this banner.
Bright colors, gorgeous women, bombs, guitars! An art book is reviewed, because DEEP DEEP down, the outhousers are cultured souls. Like REALLLLLLY deep down.
Ya ever wanted to see adorable furballs and cute hooting owls, plot, murder, and generally be a bunch of assholes to each other? Now's your chance!
Includes a brief note about the letterer because we go in depth with our reviews.
It’s a walk through time, courtesy of Fred van Lente, Clayton Henry, Brian Reber, and Valiant Comics!
You got Red Sonja on my Conan. You got Conan on my Red Sonja. Two great characters that work great together!
No vultures were harmed in the making of this comic book.
Hickman barrels full steam ahead into a promising finale, while fellow site users trash me for suggesting this book.
While the artwork can be confusing, the story is simple and fun.
Marvel hasn't sent us a review copy of Star Wars #1, but that's not going to stop ol' Jude Terror from reviewing it!
These students are stuck with a world-destroying octopus monster for a teacher. Enough said.
Love: the Tiger is a deep and visceral tale. It is both brief and vast, beautiful and disturbing, and quite worth your time.
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