John Seven reviews ‘Quincredible’
Review: Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life & Death Comes Close to Blossoming into an Excellent Superhero Story
John Seven reviews The Breakaways by Cathy G. Johnson and Chronin Volume 1 by Alison Wilgus
Nate Grey’s hitmen are revealed, Steve Rogers is an agent without a cause, and Carol Danvers is late for a very important date.
Crack the sky! Shazam is back and better than ever
In Guillaume Singelin’s PTSD, a fictional war and a fictional city bear resemblance to real life, examining in dark and gritty terms how people are stripped of their connection with other humans, and the daunting work of rebuilding what they lost. Jun is a homeless veteran who staggers through a chaotic and filthy urban environment […]
The Art of Dying Written by Raule Illustrated by Philippe Berthet Europe Comics Prolific Spanish writer Raule crafted this story especially for French noir legend Bethet, and the combination of the two of them results in a fun throwback that pays tribute to Raule’s hometown of Barcelona even as it evokes the hardboiled comics of […]
We’ve got discussion and reviews for this week’s two mutant-centric debut issues.
John Seven reviews ‘The Antifa Comic Book’ by Gord Hill
John Seven reviews The Girl in the Bay #1, The Lollipop Kids #3, and Malaterre.