The Last God from Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Ricardo Federici is grand in scope, and terrifying when it needs to be.
There are beginnings and endings in both Cable #12 and Fantastic Four #34.
MAWRTH VALLIIS by author/ artist Electric Pick aka EPHK is a brilliant work that shows what properly done visual storytelling can do.
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!
With Moon Knight #1, Jed MacKay and Alessandro Cappuccio have found that often-elusive balance between character development and action that only the comics medium can deliver.
Even with its flaw, there is much to admire in Red 5 Comics’ The Dark Age.
The Lock & Key Keyhouse Compendium collects all six volumes of the Lock & Key series in one pelvis-shattering, easy to lug around volume.
Fiction and pop culture legends Vern, Swift, Burroughs and Harryhausen all find their influence in the new high-adventure series, Bermuda!
Experience the direct sequel to 1986’s Aliens, in Marvel Comics’ next installment in the terrifying, fan-favourite, science fiction franchise!
X-Men #1 puts the new team through its paces, while Extreme Carnage #1 delivers its story with a horror bent and a tinge of red.
After reading Masters of the Universe: Revelation #1 E.A Henson says that the property is safe in Kevin Smith’s excitable and nerdy hands.
Mamo is a beautiful coming-of-age story with lush panorama of small-town life and the countryside that surrounds.