E.A. Henson says that fans of the puzzle and stealth genres will go nuts for 7th Sector on the Switch.
It’s a pot pourri of publishers this week as E.A. Henson looks at a bunch of new releases including LOUD from Black Mask Studios and Image Comics’ Tartarus.
This week’s edition of Figure Friday finds E.A.Henson contemplating the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figures.
The Star Wars Adventures series of books by IDW is wonderful. It’s everything the title promises: Adventures set in the Star Wars universe.
Heroes & Villains celebrates 10 years of Nicholas Gurewitch’s The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack.
There’s a lot of toy stuff to talk about and only a limited time with which to do it because Friday only comes but once a week.
The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event wrapped up last night and… you did it, you crazy bastards actually did it.
The first trailer for the Netflix adaptation IDW Entertainment/Publishing’s Locke & Key by of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s has dropped.
Batman #86 introduces a new creative team who deliver a pitch perfect story.
It’s the first Figure Friday of the new year! New decade? Do decades start at year zero? I feel like I should have figured this out twenty years ago.
With the end of the decade nigh, our E.A. Henson takes on the task of listing off some comics from the 2010s that he really liked.
Two new Rise of Skywalker books hit shelves today along with the arrival of the film itself.