The first 25 issues of Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s Black Hammer make for the perfect gift for the comic fan in your life.
‘X of Swords’ managed to deliver a good, epic story, while ultimately setting up the next run of X-stories.
Jonathan Hedrick and Gabriel Ibarra’s The Recount has some real potential to reveal some deeper truths about America.
Eve Ewing’s new Champions series actually feels like a very important book for our somewhat treacherous times.
Find out why E.A. Henson says that X-Men: Evolution is a superior cartoon when compared to the 90’s Fox X-Men cartoon.
Shadow of the Batgirl’s plot is clever and well developed, with a logical progressions of events that feels natural and interesting.
Our E.A. Henson is a fan of what the new creative team on The Flash has been delivering to readers.
Writer Clay McLeod Chapman and artist Guiu Vilanova absolutely knock Web of Venom: Empyre’s End out of the park.
Donny Cates, Geoff Shaw, Dee Cunniffe and John J. Hill have carefully crafted what could end up being one of the most important indie books of 2020
Howard and Hickman walk the fine line of X-Men: Stasis being a filler issue and one of consequence and ultimately land on the side of the latter.
Like the best adaptations, Bram Stoker’s Dracula Starring Bela Lugosi from Legendary Comics honours the source material while giving readers something new to appreciate.
As October comes to a close and the wind gives off its chill, Hellstrom: Prince of Lies is a solid story to curl up with.