2001 meets JFK meets We3 in Primordial, a frighteningly revisionist history, sci-fi miniseries.
The horrors depicted in the first issue of Maw are, depressingly, of this world.
For anybody that loves great, unique art, Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land #1 is a definite enjoyable treat for your eyes.
The Harbinger #1 delivers another solid return for a classic Valiant Comics character.
The first issue of Arcane takes some big swings, like all decent first issues should, and some of them wind up connecting.
Mazebook is a labyrinthian story of love and loss and the search for peace, full of emotion and human truth.
Some writers have a knack for delivering stories unfettered by timelines and death. When they can let loose, unencumbered by canon. We’re looking at you, Tom Taylor.
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.
You already know what we’re going to recommend, don’t you? Don’t you?
You know creators are doing something right when you finish a book and your immediate thought is “I can’t wait to see what comes next.”
Writer Elliott Kalan and artist Andrea Mutti return for the next chapter of the hit horror-satire Maniac of New York.
Echolands is fresh and exciting and a marvel to behold, courtesy of creators J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman.