If you are a fan of the superhero 'deconstruction' genre Indestructible Stingray #1 might be worth a look. Unfortunately once you get past that edgy premise there just isn't that much to keep readers invested for further reading.
Image Comics is racing to the bottom with this pandering, depraved reboot of an American classic.
Wood, Zezelj, and Stewart remind us what indie comics are truly capable of: insanity.
A little Nazisploitation never hurt anyone.
A proper mash of science fiction, horror, and ghost stories.
"What is taken must be given."
A price tag that's hard to beat and a story that isn't there.
Sometimes ya mess with a classic, and ya get burned. But on rare occasions... like kangaroo-unicorn rare... someone tinkers and gets it right.
I voluntarily read a romance comic and I didn't hate everything.
Every 14 year old boy's favorite book turned movie gets a sequel next month.
Is that new bionic horse body anatomically correct?
The only thing more ruthless than Waid to GG's is Golgoth to everyone.
A memory that you should experience.
The wildest Archie crossover ever!
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