This week Uncle Highlander takes a look at Undiscovered Country, one of the most interesting, ambitious, and perhaps controversial independent comics on the market right now.
In this week’s edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson doesn’t go to SDCC but does finish reading Middlewest.
That Texas Blood is ostensibly an anthology series, where multiple stories of dark drama and trauma will all be set in the same place, Ambrose County.
Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy is interesting and tense, with genuine moments of suspense and fear for characters’ wellbeing.
In addition to the wacky violence and hilarious ridiculousness of The Ludocrats, the real highlight is the amazing art from Jeff Stokely.
Uncle Highlander arrives at Biff Bam Pop! with his new column, Read This Book. In the first instalment, he looks at the new Jonathan Hickman book, Decorum.
E.A. Henson weighs in on new books from Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt in this week’s Heroes & Villains.
Comicdom’s greatest sci-fi fantasy series, Saga, gets a massively epic compendium publication that collects the entire series…thus far!
The long-standing series that changed comic book publishing and cemented creator ownership in the comic book business finally comes to an end after a 15-year run with The Walking Dead #193!
In this edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson reviews Image Comics’ Sonata and looks at two big games coming out of E3.
The way magic has been portrayed in popular fiction in the last couple decades has gotten pretty stale and Excellence is a much needed shot in the arm.
This week’s Heroes and Villains sees E.A. Henson take on the role of the cool adult from a modestly budgeted after school special with looks at The Alcoholic and Burnouts.