Being a little out-there seems to work-out just fine in La-La land. Bendis, Maleev and Wilson introduce us to Moony's new LA pals while hitting their bullseye with Moon Knight #3.
Project Superman is a well-crafted comic with an adequate story. Good reading, but not great.
A brand new comic by two brand new creators debuts from a brand new imprint of Image Comics!
GLX reviews Batman INC #7.
GLX takes a look at Camelot 3000 #1, Flash #201 and Hero #5.
GLX gave Death Rally a spin and here is his take on the iOS game.
Snarked is one of those All-Ages books that's truly for all ages. Pick up this book today!
Zechs tackles the final installment of Michael Bay's Transformers' trilogy, Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011). Is it the summer blockbuster as many had hoped? Or is it just meaningless summer garbage?
GLX reviews Ultimate Comics Doomsday HC.
GLX reviews X-Force #116 and two issues of Uncanny X-Men!
The Mighty Thor is starting to shape-up into the must read Marvel title. Galactus and the Silver Surfer vs. Thor and the Asgardians...all drawn by Olivier Coipel... yeah, it's freak'n amazing.
TheGeek dissects another Zatanna done-in-one!
The first season finale of The Killing has come and gone, and it reminds us of where it all started in some ways, while in other ways shows us just how much potential was squandered.
It's another edition of The Spinrack: Retro Reviews!
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