The horrors depicted in the first issue of Maw are, depressingly, of this world.
If you have a younger reader in your life who you want to get interested in comics, The Last Witch is definitely the place to start them out.
While we eagerly anticipate the big screen release of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune later this year, get in deep with sci-fi’s most ferocious warriors, the Sardaukar!
Mamo is a beautiful coming-of-age story with lush panorama of small-town life and the countryside that surrounds.
Good Luck is a very heavy first issue with a lot of stuff being thrown at the reader right away, but it’s worth the work.
In this week’s Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks at Compass #1 from Image Comics and Save Yourself! #1 from Boom! Box.
Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Under the Spell is a gorgeous collection from BOOM! Studios, and if you’re a big fan of the original film, you’ll probably love a lot that’s in here.
Things get supernatural in Heroes & Villains with looks at An Unkindness of Ravens from BOOM! Studios and Aftershock Comics’s Out of Body.
The world in Eve feels alive, and even in its calm and placid moments there is an awareness that disaster awaits around every corner.
The Many Deaths of Laila Starr is a good book, written by a great writer, and illustrated by a fantastic team.
Wynd is a wonderful spin on the well trod trope of the epic fantasy quest but with themes of discovery and acceptance folded into it.
The Many Deaths of Laila Starr is a work that puts mankind’s greatest and most important philosophy – death and life – front and center.