We’ve got discussion and reviews for this week’s two mutant-centric debut issues.
What starts as a simple fantasy premise unfolds into something much more… what it means to be self-aware; to be alive. WARNING: This review contains spoilers for Self–Made issues 1-3. The first issue’s cover alone hints at the true nature of the story, but it begins with Amala, a warrior of Arcadia, a kingdom ravaged […]
Still waters run deep.
Marvel’s original heroes and titles return in time for the publisher’s milestone anniversary.
Paradiso is hungry, but so are her people.
A solid, almost great action sci-fi comics with incredible colours!
Zdarsky writes and draws his farewell to Spider-Man, while SPIDER-GEDDON #0 introduces the Insomniac video game version of the character!
Where She Walks: A Canadian urban fantasy comic that’s almost there
August is a hot month here, so it needs equally hot comics to keep me from my arch nemesis…the sun. Fortunately, this week has some stuff I’ve been waiting on as Predator makes due without killing Gary Busey while the team of Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins make me tolerate kids in Black Badge. Predator: Hunters […]
Now that my body has finished a full week in cryotherapy recovery chambers from the SDCC, it’s time to get back to talking about debuting comics. The end of July/beginning of August is loaded with quality books, making it impossible to pick a single best or worst one, so let’s make up for lost time […]