Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #55, in which we catch up with our beloved heroes. Alopex! Casey Jones! Harold! The Fugitoid! wait......
Orphan Black Helsinki #4 is like Valentine's Day lingerie: you're not seeing anything new but it's still pretty damn hot.
Snowfall #1 is dangerously close to being style over substance, while advertising itself as a challenging political thriller, attacking environmental irresponsibility and corporate personhood.
Story telling flaws and a reliance on cliches prevent Faith #2 from really shining.
Dirk Gently A Spoon Too Short #1 is funny, but needs to work on the interconnectedness of its humor a little.
Hellboy and the BPRD 1953: Beyond the Fences #1 gives us the further past adventures of America's favourite demon guy.
What happens when two icons of the 90's are mashed into one book? Yes, Michael Bay possibly gets a boner, but they also inevitably start beating the crap out of each other!
As we near the Tranquility Gambit, the stakes are at an all time high for Sebastian and Tyler Durden, while the writers of this comic are forced to intervene and help their beloved hero survive from one panel to the next!
An adamantium anniversary review of the modern classic 12 Reasons Why I Love Her
A shark is eating people and Alice Cooper is a fucking tree.
Read through this first arc of Paper Girls and you'll realize that the choice of main characters isn't just a reliance on nostalgic cinematic tropes, but a tongue-in-cheek examination of the whole coming-of-age genre.
Deep down, Dejah Thoris still wants to be wearing nothing but bedazzled nipple rings and a see-through, floor-length, breech cloth.
Penile Paranoia? Junk Jitters? Dong Distress? Wang Willies? - Look no further, The Shrinking Man is the comic book you've been searching for!
Pencil Head delivers a lot more than comic book gossip and dead strippers.
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