Time Before Time is a good book about time travel that has the potential to really do something different and unique with the genre.
Time After Time is an exciting, edge-of-your-seat romp through the back alleys and back times of a world gone miserable.
The Good Asian is a dark and brutal tale, with murder, backstabbing, conspiracy, and a noticeable lack of nobility.
Image has had a slew of strong, genre-bending releases as of late, and Lighthouse is a worthy addition to anyone’s pull list.
There’s lots of good to be found in Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s new book Geiger, but is it enough?
Published by Image Comics, Rick Remender’s The Scumbag is one of the most accurate and astute criticisms of the world we live in.
Shadecraft is the perfect comic for anyone looking to fill that void in their lives with the end of Supernatural and Sabrina.
If you’re a history buff looking for a fresh take on something old, Two Moons is the book for you.
As its first arc concludes, it’s clear that The Department of Truth is a deeply human book that looks at who we are as a society.
The first issue of Radiant Black from Kyle Higgins and Marcelo Costa is a slow burn that builds to an exciting finish
HAHA #1 from W. Maxwell Prince is a book that might just teach you to love clowns again.
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